Case Western Reserve University Football is committed to excellence both academically and athletically without sacrificing one for the other. CWRU Football annually ranks amongst the nation’s leaders in team GPA, also boasting 13 Academic All-Americans since 2007 along with 3 semifinalists for the Draddy Trophy (commonly referred to as the academic heisman).
In addition to the success in the classroom we have excelled as a football program. Since 2007 we have compiled a record of 98-28 with 4 appearances to the DIII playoffs and are consistently ranked in the top 25 in the country. In the fall of 2017 we went to the 2nd round of the playoffs and finished the season ranked #13 in the country.
2018 Season Recap
The Case Western Reserve University football team combined a high-powered passing offense with an aggressive defense to win eight games and finish second in both the Presidents’ Athletic Conference and the University Athletic Association during the 2018 season.
The Spartans finished the campaign with an 8-2 record, improving to 28-4 over the last three seasons. It was the fourth-straight winning season overall for CWRU, and the team was ranked as high as 18th in the D3football.com Top-25 during the campaign, marking the fourth-straight year the Spartans have been featured in the organization’s rankings.
Case Western Reserve went 7-2 in PAC play, finishing a game behind Washington & Jefferson and tied with Westminster for second-place in the conference. In addition, CWRU went 1-1 in UAA games, finishing a game behind Carnegie Mellon for the league championship.
- 6x UAA Champions
- 2017 PAC Champions
- 2007-2009, 2017 DIII Playoffs
- Ranked in top 25 8x