Today's Top 10 Award winner Cassandra Laios, a track and field thrower and electrical engineering: circuits and biomedical applications graduate from Case Western Reserve University.
Former Case Western Reserve University student-athlete Cassandra Laios has been selected to receive the NCAA Today’s Top-10 Award, one of the most prestigious honors awarded by the NCAA each year.
Washington University in St. Louis sophomore back Gabbie Cesarone and senior forward Taylor Cohen were named to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Women's Soccer All-America First Team, as announced Thursday at the 2019 NCAA Championship Banquet in Greensboro, N.C.
University of Chicago soccer players Hanna Watkins and Aaron Katsimpalis were each honored as Second Team All-Americans by the United Soccer Coaches (USC) on Thursday evening.
Carnegie Mellon University women's soccer freshman Alex Adams was named to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches All-America Team on Thursday evening when the association announced the 48-player team at the NCAA Championship Banquet in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Case Western Reserve University junior Matthew Chen and first-year James Hopper claimed the Division III doubles title at the 2019 ITA Cup on Saturday, becoming the first duo in program history to accomplish the feat.
Former CWRU Track & Field Student-Athlete Cassandra Laios Named Among Top 30 Honorees for NCAA Woman of the Year
Cassandra Laios, a recently-graduated member of the Case Western Reserve University indoor and outdoor track and field teams, was selected among the top 30 honorees for the prestigious 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
Emily Bryson of Brandeis University and Cassandra Laios of Case Western Reserve University Selected as UAA NCAA Woman of the Year Representatives
Brandeis University cross country and track & field student-athlete Emily Bryson and Case Western Reserve University track & field student-athlete Cassandra Laios have been selected as the UAA representatives for NCAA Woman of the Year.
Sophomore Jason Li of the Carnegie Mellon University men's golf team has been recognized as a NCAA Division III PING First Team All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).
Four Emory University golfers have been recognized with the release of the Golf Coaches Association of America's Division III Ping All-America teams.