Case Western Reserve Spartans
|Overall record: 11-1 - Conference: 3-0|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/1||at Oberlin •||W, 37-15|
|9/8||vs. Denison •||W, 45-6||BX|
|9/15||at Kenyon •||W, 49-26|
|9/22||vs. Wooster •||W, 30-17|
|9/29||at Gallaudet||W, 52-13|
|10/13||at Carnegie Mellon * •||W, 20-17|
|10/20||vs. St. Vincent||W, 42-0|
|10/27||at Chicago * •||W, 35-3|
|11/3||vs. Washington U. * •||W, 35-27|
|11/10||vs. Ohio Wesleyan •||W, 20-17|
|11/17||vs. Widener||W, 21-20|
|11/24||vs. Wabash||L, 38-23|
November 15, 2017 #16 CWRU Heads to Bloomington to Face #11 Illinois Wesleyan in NCAA Playoffs 16th-ranked Case Western Reserve University (10-0, 8-0 PAC, 2-0 UAA) will be making its fourth NCAA Division III Playoff appearance, when the team travels to Tucci Stadium in Bloomington, Illinois to face the Illinois Wesleyan University Titans in the first round on Saturday, November 18th at 1:00 p.m. ET.
November 14, 2017 Cuda Named PAC Offensive MVP; Debeljak Co-Coach of the Year; 17 Spartans on All-PAC Teams Case Western Reserve University senior quarterback Rob Cuda was selected as the 2017 Presidents’ Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player, while Head Coach Greg Debeljak was named the conference’ Co-Coach of the Year, as 17 total Spartans were named to the All-PAC teams, as voted on by the league’s 11 coaches and released on Tuesday afternoon.
November 13, 2017 The punt block that changed the bracket This is not an exaggeration, and it's not a drill. The game was essentially over until this punt blocked reversed one team's fortunes and left someone else, somewhere, out of the playoffs. It's the D3football.com Play of the Week.
November 11, 2017 Case survives in miracle finish; SJU wins tight battle St. John's defeated Concordia-Moorhead in an apparent at-large play-in game, while Wabash knocked DePauw off the bubble and Delaware Valley played its way in. More on how the playoff contenders fared on Saturday in our roundup.
November 11, 2017 #14 CWRU Tops Carnegie Mellon 41-34 in OT to Claim PAC & UAA Championships In arguably the most exciting game in the rivalry's history, 14th-ranked Case Western Reserve University defeated Carnegie Mellon University 41-34 in overtime in the 32nd-Annual Academic Bowl to clinch an undefeated regular season, a share of the 2017 Presidents' Athletic Conference Championship, and the University Athletic Association Championship outright.
November 8, 2017 No. 14 Spartans Look to Clinch PAC & UAA Titles vs. Carnegie Mellon The 14th-ranked Case Western Reserve University Spartans (9-0, 7-0 PAC, 1-0 UAA) will look to close out a perfect regular season on Saturday, November 11th at 2:00 p.m., when the team travels to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to face the Carnegie Mellon University Tartans (7-2, 5-2 PAC, 1-0 UAA) in the 32nd-Annual Academic Bowl.