The Spartans' volleyball team carry on pummeling opponents as the squad works to extend its eight-game winning streak. Case Western Reserve University swept the Carnegie Mellon Crossover last weekend, going 4-0 to extend their streak to seven games. The Spartans, now 11-3, then traveled to Wooster on Sept.
After weeks of uncertainty, the Case Western Reserve University swimming and diving team has hired a new head coach. Director of Athletics Dave Diles announced the decision to hire Doug Milliken last week. After spending the past four years at University Athletic Association rival University of Chicago, Milliken replaces former head coach Christopher Conlon, who led the Spartans for the past six years.
Case Western Reserve University's men's soccer team lost for the second time this season this past Saturday at Oberlin College, falling to 3-2-2 for the season. With two losses and a tie in the last three games, the Spartans are taking this week to practice and focus on getting back into a possession-oriented style of play, which proved very successful in the beginning of the season.
In the past few games on the Spartan soccer schedule, the Levey sisters have certainly made themselves known. This past Tuesday in the matchup against Baldwin Wallace, sophomore Deena Levey scored the second goal of the game and was assisted by none other than freshman Leah Levey.
Kristina Vaci is a junior defender on the women's soccer team. She is from Mentor, OH and is majoring in biomedical engineering. Peter Cooke: So how long have you been playing, and how'd you get started in soccer? Kristina Vaci: I've been playing for 16 years, my mom and dad just kind of signed me up one day and it was better than ballet class.