"We knew we had a good chance of winning coming into the game, so our mentality was to go out and have fun, and that's what we did," senior guard Ashleigh Tondo said.
Logan, a 2-year-old who has cerebral palsy and has benefited from the Children's Miracle Network, came to the event with his family. Also in attendance were some of the Cavalier Girls, who performed during halftime.
"I think the team will continue to win next year," said Erce. "With the teams at the top of the UAA losing seniors, they have a chance to win the conference title."
"Hitting looks to be our strength - we hit real well in [North Carolina], and although we will face some better pitching, I don't see any team shutting us down for nine innings." - Junior first baseman, Chad Mullins
"The Spartan softball program is still in a rebuilding phase. I truly believe that this year we will come out strong." - Coach Erin O' Neill
I hate to say it, but the Indian' have done little to nothing to try to improve on a dismal '09 campaign.
John Smetona is the lone senior on the men's tennis team. He plays in the No. 1 or 2 singles spot and on the No. 1 doubles team. Smetona hails from Medina, Ohio and attended University School before he came to CWRU. He is majoring in biomedical engineering and music.