A total of 115 participants in fall sports at Case Western Reserve University were among the 808 across the conference that received University Athletic Association Fall All-Academic Recognition, as announced by the league on Wednesday morning.
Throughout the week, Case Western Reserve University will be recognizing the seniors on its fall sports teams. While some of their athletic careers may be continuing, we wanted to take some time to show our appreciation for their efforts during the time of the year that would traditionally mark the end of their time as collegiate athletes.
Every day this week, athletics.case.edu will be featuring a virtual senior day ceremony and a short article on each team’s senior class. Today’s team is volleyball.
Case Western Reserve University Head Volleyball Coach, Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator Karen Farrell has been appointed the Isabel Wetmore Lowman Chair for Health Education by the Board of Trustees on the recommendation of Vice President for Student Affairs Lou Stark.
As Case Western Reserve kicked off its first virtual homecoming weekend at the annual Blue Block Party, university leadership announced a $2 million commitment from alumnus James C. Wyant (CIT ’65), split between both athletics and education.
This Thursday, October 1, at 5:00 p.m., the Case Western Reserve University Department of Athletics & Physical Education will be hosting a live webinar with the COVID Action Team to answer pre-submitted questions by student-athletes.
The Case Western Reserve University Department of Physical Education and Athletics and the CWRU Association of Student Athletes (CASA) will be working with the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) to help increase voter registration and voting among the student-athletes and other constituents, leading up to the 2020 general election on November 3.
During the week of August 31 – September 4, the online home of the Case Western Reserve University Spartans, athletics.case.edu, will be airing live media days for each of our fall sports teams – women’s soccer, football, volleyball, men’s soccer and cross country.
The 2019 Case Western Reserve University volleyball team was selected as a recipient of the United States Marine Corps (USMC) and the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award, based on the squad’s outstanding grade point average during the 2019-20 academic year.
Case Western Reserve University announced on Wednesday afternoon that its fall varsity sports (football, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country and men’s and women’s tennis) will not be participating in intercollegiate competition this season.
We'll be checking in with our student-athletes each Tuesday over the next few weeks to see what's going on in their lives. This week, we checked in with a pair of Spartans - junior Caitlyn VonFeldt of the women's swimming and diving team and senior Brianna Lemon of the volleyball team.
Case Western Reserve University junior Katie Kaminski has been a major factor for the Spartans on the court for all three of her years on the volleyball team. This past fall, Kaminski was named to the All-University Athletic Association Second Team for the first time in her career. She appeared in all 29 matches and played a total of 114 sets during the year, finishing second on the team with a .305 hitting percentage. Kaminski ranked third on the squad with 247 kills (2.17 per set) and second with 68 total blocks (including 14 solo). She also added 247 digs and 21 service aces during the season.
While athletics at Case Western Reserve University might be on hold for the time being, athletics.case.edu will be providing a new way for Spartan fans to follow the program. For the remainder of the spring and into the summer, the official website of Spartan Athletics will be providing ‘Spartan Stories,’ a series daily features on teams, athletes and alumni to allow fans to keep up with their favorite teams.
The health, safety and well-being of our student athletes, coaches, staff and community is our top priority. Due to the rapidly changing circumstances related to the CoVid-19 pandemic, Case Western Reserve University Department of Physical Education and Athletics has announced the cancellation of the remainder of the 2020 spring varsity athletics season beginning on Saturday, March 14th.
As the ongoing situation with the spread of the Coronavirus in the United States continues to develop, the Department of Physical Education and Athletics at Case Western Reserve University will be announcing policies to help ensure the health and well-being of our constituents. This page will serve as a hub for those policies, and will be updated as necessary.
The Case Western Reserve University volleyball team finished the 2019 season strong as they won seven of their final 10 matches and placed fifth at the UAA Championships. The Spartans finished the year with a 13-16 overall record, while facing a difficult schedule that included 12 matches against ranked teams at the time of play.
Case Western Reserve University senior outside hitter Karley King has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America® Division III Volleyball First Team, based on her outstanding achievements both in the classroom and on the court over her career as a Spartan.
Due to her outstanding performance both in the classroom and on the court, senior outside hitter Karley King of the Case Western Reserve University volleyball team has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District volleyball first team.
Case Western Reserve University junior Travis Johnston, an inside linebacker on the football team, and senior Haley Sims, a middle hitter on the volleyball team, have been named the Spartan Club Athletes of the Week for their performances this past weekend.
The Case Western Reserve University volleyball team won by a score of 3-0 to New York University in the fifth-place match at the 2019 University Athletic Association Championship on Saturday afternoon at the Ratner Athletics Center in Chicago, Illinois.
The Case Western Reserve University volleyball team split a pair of matches to open the 2019 University Athletic Association Championship Tournament on Friday at the Ratner Athletics Center in Chicago, Illinois. The sixth-seeded Spartans fell to third-seeded Washington (Mo.) University in three, but bounced back to win 3-0 against Brandeis University.
The Case Western Reserve University volleyball team is set to travel to Chicago, Illinois for the 2019 University Athletic Association Volleyball Championships hosted by the University of Chicago at the Ratner Athletics Center.
The Case Western Reserve University volleyball team swept a pair of matches in Cleveland, Ohio on Saturday, defeating the College of Wooster 3-1, and claiming a 3-0 victory over Buffalo State College in the late affair.