The men's varsity basketball team anticipates the best season Case Western Reserve University may have ever seen. The Spartans are already 1-0, winning their season opener on Monday, Nov. 15 in Horsburgh Gymnasium. CWRU entered the game holding the No. 2 spot in the University Athletic Association conference preseason poll.
The Case Western Reserve women's basketball team is eager to begin play in the 2010-11 season. Seeking their third winning season in four years, the Spartans are coming off a 13-12 finish last year and look to continue this performance. The Spartans have their eyes on improving on last year's sixth-place place finish in the University Athletic Association (UAA).
The end to the Case Western Reserve University volleyball season came later than everyone thought and ended before anyone wanted. The Spartans lost in their maiden trip to the NCAA Division III Championship in the first round to SUNY-Cortland, 3-2. They pushed the region's third seed to the wire but ultimately fell short in the final set, 15-11.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team opened up dual meet action last weekend by hosting the Yellow Jackets of Baldwin Wallace College. The Spartans lost 31-15 in one of only two home matches all season. Regardless of the score, head coach Bob Del Rosa was impressed with the performances and excited for the season.
The Spartan men's swimming and diving team blew its competition out of the water this past weekend at the Veale Classic, hosted by Case Western Reserve University. The men lost just one race all weekend, systematically dismantling rival College of Wooster 180-57 on Friday night and Oberlin College 152-62 on Saturday for the championship.
Senior wide receiver Zach Homyk became Case Western Reserve University's all-time leading receiver as the Spartans closed out the season with a 28-0 victory versus Carnegie Mellon University in the 25th annual Academic Bowl on Saturday, Nov. 13 at Case Field.
Senior Justine Jeroski placed fifth overall to earn an automatic berth to nationals and helped lead the Case Western Reserve University women's cross country team to a third-place finish in the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Cross Country Regional at Hope College on Saturday, Nov.