[4] Western Reserve would have their revenge two years later in 1894, finally defeating Heisman while at home in Cleveland, ending the season with a 7–0 undefeated record. >RH�q � [Content_Types].xml �(� ���j�0E����Ѷ�J�(��ɢ�eh JHU Press. The 1902 team scored the first touchdown against Michigan's legendary coach Fielding H. Yost, who began his coaching career posting twelve consecutive shutouts. Name. McCune plunged over. [9] Case Tech holds a 10–11–2 all-time record against the Ohio State Buckeyes, with Coach Joe Fogg posting a perfect 4–0 record during his tenure. Visit ESPN to view the Case Western Reserve Spartans team schedule for the current and previous seasons They are coached by Greg Debeljak. In fact, the headline in the Detroit Free Press referred not to Michigan's victory but instead read, "MICHIGAN'S GOAL LINE CROSSED. Ht. NUMERICAL ROSTER * indicates varsity letters earned | (c) indicates team captain "Case–Alabama battle in this city clinched". 1Bryan ErbSr.WR6-2205Charlotte, N.C. / Charlotte Country Day. 2019 Case Western Reserve Spartans football team, "Visual Guidelines | UMC | CWRU - University Marketing & Communications - Case Western Reserve University", "Case Western Reserve University to debut new 'Spartie' mascot", http://mgoblue.com/news/2009/4/21/university_of_michigan_football_all_time_records_vs_opponents.aspx, http://athletics.case.edu/sports/spartan_club/bios/orr_chester?view=bio, "A violent game: 110 years ago, a death brought Ohio State to a crossroads in a debate about football's future", "Notre Dame Football :: UND.COM :: The Official Site of Notre Dame Athletics", "This Day In History: Rockne Takes The Reins // Moments // 125 Football // University of Notre Dame", "History of the Academic Bowl - Case Western Reserve", "2015 Case Western Reserve Football Media Guide", "Case Western Reserve football schedule and results - D3football", "Widener vs. Case Western Reserve - Game Summary - November 17, 2007 - ESPN", http://www.cleveland.com/sports/college/index.ssf/2017/11/case_western_reserve_blanks_il.html, https://athletics.case.edu/sports/fball/2017-18/releases/20171125mvnk1w, "NFL Players who Attended Case Western Reserve University - databaseFootball.com", http://www.profootballresearchers.org/coffin-corner70s/01-06-008.pdf, "Obituary: George Roman / Played three seasons in NFL after starring at Penn Hills, Western Reserve", "Stanley E. Skoczen was a star athlete and school superintendent", https://www.hookem.com/2017/06/04/daily-longhorn-football-history-1923-season/, Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Case_Western_Reserve_Spartans_football&oldid=991721823, American football teams established in 1890, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 1 December 2020, at 13:55. NUMERICAL ROSTER * indicates varsity letters earned. Johnny Ries led the Red Cats offense with two rushing touchdowns. In 1940, the mascot was changed to the Rough Riders, in honor of their head coach Ray A. The team was established in 1920 and plays its home games at the 5,416 seat Don Shula Stadium. Cleveland had its own Big Four Conference, which was formed in 1933 consisting of Baldwin-Wallace, Case Tech, John Carroll, and Western Reserve. Both the Red Cats and Rough Riders names were dropped, and the new mascot, Spartans, was adopted. Finally in OAC play, Case would win two more titles—first in 1932, ironically losing only to Western Reserve who exited the conference in 1931—and another in 1941, again suffering their only loss to rival Western Reserve. During the league's first year in 1984, the Spartans achieved a 9–0 undefeated season, winning the first conference title led by two-time All-American quarterback Fred DiSanto. [10] Although the home team could not play spoiler in his debut, Case lays claim to scoring the first touchdown against Rockne. PK ! Upon the merger of the two schools, the Spartans name was adopted in 1970, as the team is now known. In 1892, Western Reserve declined Clevelander John Heisman's offer to be their head coach, and then ironically faced him and his Oberlin Yeomen during the season opener, getting destroyed 38–8. The Spartans played in the PAC until 1983. The most successful coach by winning percentage in the post-merger era was Coach Jim Chapman, who amassed a 36–7–1 (0.830) record from 1982–1986, including a 14-game win streak.[21]. 494 likes. The Spartans reached the playoffs during the 2007, 2008, and 2009 seasons, led by quarterback Dan Whalen. Name. ... How college football is handling its COVID-19 protocols one month into the season. A new rivalry game emerged in 1970 against the Carnegie Mellon Tartans. �*�8�i�����Ĕ�ĥI6y�{5��7F'+Q9��A�g X�re������YQ�\hg!c[�lN�bBj3�@��G� #b�. 497 likes. [20] Another rivalry against the College of Wooster began in 1984, where the winner holds on to the Baird Brothers Trophy. p. 12. [2] Western Reserve originally used the mascot Pioneers from 1921 to 1927, until being forced to change by Marietta College, who claimed earlier usage of the namesake. Wt. The John Carroll Blue Streaks football program is the intercollegiate American football team for John Carroll University located in the U.S. state of Ohio. Carnegie Mellon University Official Site of Carnegie Mellon AthleticsSkibo Gymnasium Tech and Frew Streets Pittsburgh, PA 15213 (412) 268-1236 In 1954, Western Reserve withdrew from the MAC, citing the need for the school to focus more energy on academics and the high cost of running a big time program spearheaded by President John S. Interestingly, the undefeated 1893 Case team handed coach John Heisman his first career loss after he started his coaching career with a 13–0 record.[5]. Some of the highest attended games in school history occurred during this decade, needing to be played at Cleveland Municipal Stadium and League Park to handle the larger crowds. 2017 CWRU Football Media Guide. [24] In the second round, they were defeated by 45-16 by Mount Union.[25]. Get the latest Case Western Reserve Spartans news, scores, stats, standings, rumors, and more from ESPN. The official 2020 Football Roster for the . 2016 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL. 2015 CWRU Football Roster. The Official Page of Spartan Football Home games are played at DiSanto Field. The Official Page of Spartan Football Case Tech won the inaugural in 1933 and then Western Reserve won eight out of the next nine—1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, and 1942. 2017 CWRU Football Roster. "College Football: History, Spectacle, Controversy". In fact, the team outscored opponents a combined 232–8, and posted five shutouts. In conjunction with other top research universities in the country, Case Western Reserve University became a charter member of its fifth and final conference, the University Athletic Association, being joined by the football teams of University of Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, Carnegie Mellon University, and University of Rochester in 1986. Four other future NFL players played in the game for Western Reserve, Dom "Mickey" Sanzotta, Stan Skoczen, Dick Booth, and Andy Logan. Umphlett, W. L. (1992) Creating the Big Game: John W. Heisman and the Invention of American Football. Yr. Pos. Case formally updated their school name in 1947 to Case Institute of Technology. Only Oberlin and Ohio State scored on Western Reserve that year. Coach Greg Debeljak holds a 10–6 record against rival Carnegie Mellon. In 2017, he recorded another perfect 10–0 regular season, sharing the PAC conference title with Washington and Jefferson, also earning another playoff victory. 1Justin PhanJr.WR5-8155Atlanta, Ga. / Greater Atlanta Christian. [19] In conjunction with reviving the Case Institute program who had disbanded in 1954, both teams helped form the Presidents' Athletic Conference as charter members in 1955, with Western Reserve winning conference titles in 1955, 1958, and 1960. The Spartans played as a member of both the NCAC and UAA, until finally departing the NCAC in 1999. Within a few years, the Spartans achieved three consecutive 10–0 undefeated seasons in (2007, 2008, and 2009), which helped set an all-time school record of a 38-game regular season win streak, leading to the school's first NCAA DIII playoff appearances (2007, 2008, and 2009) and playoff win (2007). Hometown / High School. Due to high civic interest and large crowds, the games were often held at larger Cleveland city venues, such as League Park and Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Capt. They compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division III level and hold dual membership in both the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) and the University Athletic Association (UAA). 2016 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL. The local tradition came to an end due to the interruption of World War II. [21] Six UAA conference titles (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2016, and 2017) have been won. The official 2020 Football Roster for the Lafayette College Leopards Greenwood Publishing Group. No. 493 likes. Case Western Reserve University Football, Cleveland, OH. Western Reserve led the all-time series 49–20–5. A total of eleven undefeated seasons have been recorded—Western Reserve (1894, 1935, 1936, and 1938) and Case (1892, 1893) both while Independent and Case Western Reserve while in the NCAC or UAA (1984, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2017). Ohio State University's only death of a player from game-related injuries, team captain John Sigrist, occurred against Western Reserve in 1901. CWRU Football Play of the Week - Gavin Sandidge Blocked Field Goal 2014 Case Western Reserve University Football Play of the Week Game #1 vs. Carnegie Mellon University (Sept. 6) Junior linebacker Gavin Sandidge (Pittsburgh, Pa./Central Catholic) keeps CMU off of the scoreboard with a field goal block as time expires in the first half. Case Western Reserve University Football, Cleveland, OH. Ht. Wt. In 1946, Western Reserve became a charter member with the formation of the Mid-American Conference, in conjunction with Ohio University, Butler, Cincinnati, and Wayne State. Conference titles were won in 1988 and 1996. The football teams combined in 1970, a few years after the federation of the two universities. When the Ohio Athletic Conference was formed in 1902, Case dominated the early years winning its first four titles (1902–1905), posting a combined 18–1–1 league record, led by Chester Orr[7] and Peggy Parratt, a quarterback who would later throw the first forward pass in professional football history. In 1986, the annual game and trophy was officially dubbed the Academic Bowl. The champion received the Douglas S. Campbell Trophy. Physically bordering each other, the two schools became instant rivals. After a short hiatus during World War II, football resumed in 1946 where Western Reserve pushed hard to elevate the program to the national stage scheduling teams such as Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Rutgers, West Virginia, Marshall, Kent State, Miami of Ohio, Ohio University, Western Michigan, Colgate, Brown, and Duquesne. George "The Gipper" Gipp led the Fighting Irish to a 26–6 victory rushing for two touchdowns. The Case Western Reserve Spartans football team is the varsity intercollegiate football team representing the Case Western Reserve University, located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Case, originally known as Case School of Applied Science, carried the name Scientists from 1918 to 1939. Western Reserve played its first season in 1890 and Case began the following year in 1891. This would become both the only bowl game played and won in school history, ending in a 26-13 victory. During the 1935 college football season, Ray Zeh led the nation in scoring with 112 points. The Case Western Reserve Spartans football team is the varsity intercollegiate football team representing the Case Western Reserve University, located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.They compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division III level and hold dual membership in both the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) and the University Athletic Association (UAA). The Plain Dealer (NewsBank: America's Historical Newspapers). The official media guide for the 2016 Case Western Reserve University football team. Yr. Pos. For the Red Cats, Steve Belichick, father of NFL coach Bill Belichick, scored the first touchdown. The following season, they helped charter their fourth conference, the North Coast Athletic Conference. The Bill Edwards era (1936–1941) propelled Western Reserve into the national spotlight, achieving three undefeated seasons (1935, 1936, and 1938), a 28-game win streak, and the school's only bowl game — 1941 Sun Bowl, played Jan 1, 1941. Spartans Basketball Case Western Reserve University vs. Emory University, February 23 2020 p. 30. The undefeated teams featured strong play from Ray Zeh, Frank "Doc" Kelker,[13] Phil Ragazzo, Albie Litwak,[14] Johnny Ries,[15] Gene Myslenski,[16] Mike Rodak, Dick Booth, and Johnny Wilson. Three experienced kickers are returning to the roster… [22] The lone playoff victory during this stretch occurred in 2007, with a thrilling 21-20 victory over Widener University[23], In the first round of the 2017 playoffs, the Spartans traveled to and shut out Illinois Wesleyan 28-0. Western Reserve is the only Ohio team with a winning record, 6–5–1, against the Ohio State Buckeyes, playing from 1891–1934. Highlights from the CWRU football game vs. the University of Rochester on September 1, 2018. Hometown / High School. Arguably the most significant game in school history was played between Western Reserve University and Arizona State University in the 1941 Sun Bowl. "[11], In 1920, The Alabama Crimson Tide played their first ever game in the north at University Circle's Van Horn Field against Case, mainly due to coach Xen C. Scott, prior coach of both Case and Western Reserve, wanting to showcase his new team to the Cleveland audience.[12]. After a couple decade hiatus, the team rejoined the PAC in 2014 while retaining its membership in the UAA. Visit ESPN to view the Case Western Reserve Spartans team roster for the current season. once again be strong across the board on special teams. In 2004, Coach Greg Debeljak moved into the head coaching role, where he set and holds the record for most wins in post-merger era history. The Official Page of Spartan Football The team in its current form was created in 1970 after the federation of Western Reserve University and Case Institute of Technology. Carnegie Mellon University Official Site of Carnegie Mellon AthleticsSkibo Gymnasium Tech and Frew Streets Pittsburgh, PA 15213 (412) 268-1236 No. The official 2020 Football Roster for the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers Edwards, Henry P. (November 10, 1920). 2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL. Founding charter members of five conferences: Western Reserve University Case Tech Case Western Reserve University, Football team for Case Western Reserve University. Carnegie Mellon University Official Site of Carnegie Mellon AthleticsSkibo Gymnasium Tech and Frew Streets Pittsburgh, PA 15213 (412) 268-1236 THE OFFICIAL ATHLETICS WEBSITE OF COE COLLEGE Millis. "[8] Western Reserve emerged to win league titles in both 1907 and 1908, and again in 1915. The AP story recounted the scoring drive: "Case scored in the opening period when brilliant open field running by Hale and a forward pass, Hale to Wolf, placed the ball on Notre Dame's two-yard line. [17] Over his six-year tenure, Coach Edwards guided the team to a 49–6–2 (0.877) record, earning a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame before heading off to coach the Detroit Lions. Case Western Reserve University Football, Cleveland, OH. A total of 23 conference titles have been earned—9 (OAC), 8 (UAA), 5 (PAC), and 1 (NCAC). No. 2016 SEASON PREVIEW. John Sayle Watterson (2002). [3] The famous Red Cats mascot was then used beginning in 1928. Ohio’s first ever intercollegiate TV football game aired on October 23, 1948, where Western Reserve battled Kent State to a 14-14 tie.[18]. Official ATHLETICS WEBSITE of COE college 2017 CWRU Football Media Guide name in 1947 to Case of. 2016, and again in 1915 Ray Zeh led the Fighting Irish to 26–6. Spectacle, Controversy '' dropped, and again in 1915 a 10–6 record against Carnegie... The 5,416 seat Don Shula Stadium Irish to a 26–6 victory rushing for two touchdowns with a winning,. 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