The Spartans' performance over spring break was their best best-ever finish in the UAA - they finished second last year, but had a 3-3 record.
The pro day, held in Columbus, attracted scouts from most of the NFL's 32 teams. It was a key day in Whalen's drive to get drafted into the league. Not getting to show his accuracy and arm strength was a big setback for Whalen.
A highlight for many of the underclassmen on the team was playing at the Kiawah Resort, where many players were able to play tennis on a clay surface for the first time.
Erin O'Shea is a senior sprinter for the women's indoor and outdoor track teams. O'Shea is from Morristown, N.J., and is majoring in management with a concentration in finance.
"The fact of being a three time All-American hasn't really hit me yet," said Nwanna. "Right now, I'm still thinking about the meet, what went right or wrong, and what to fix to get better for outdoor."
CWRU was led by sophomore third baseman Kaeleen Boden and freshman shortstop Melissa Moore. Both batted .400 over the first four games, leading the Spartans