Athletes of the Week
Football ? Junior placekicker Nathaniel Greenstein accounted for all six of the Tartans? points this Sunday in a 6?9 heartbreaking loss against Johns Hopkins. One of his two field goals was a 39-yard shot that tied a career high for the junior kicker.
Women?s Tennis ? Alison Liu and Mai Otsuka each won their singles matches and then teamed up to win the match of the night in doubles play. The two defeated California?s third doubles team 9?8 behind the strength of a
Men?s Soccer ? Jonathan Browne scored his second goal of the season against Washington & Jefferson on Tuesday. His goal was the game-winner in a 1?0 victory. He also added two more goals in a 4?0 blanking of Juniata Saturday night. Browne now leads the team in scoring for the year and needs only one more to tie the Carnegie Mellon career scoring record.
Women?s Soccer ? Hallie Dumont?s goal, barely two minutes after a Wooster goal put the women?s soccer team behind in a game for the first time all season, sent a message to the opponents and swung the momentum of the game back to Carnegie Mellon. The Tartans won the game, 2?1.
Men?s Cross Country ? Seniors Nick End and Dana Irrer picked up where they left off last season, guiding the Tartans at the James Madison University Invite. Irrer and End placed third and fifth, respectively, in the five team meet that included many Division I competitors.
Women?s Cross Country ? First-year Carolyn Clayton helped provide depth for the women?s cross country team, placing third on the team and 27th overall at the Penn State?Behrend Invite Saturday. Her addition will help offset the loss of senior Drea Garvue, who is currently studying abroad.
Volleyball ? Outside hitter Brea Carlock led the team in assists throughout their matches this week, registering 45 in a four-set loss to Washington & Jefferson.
Baseball ? First-year pitcher Jon Coens led the Tartans to a doubleheader split against Penn State?Beaver last weekend, going seven innings on the mound and allowing only two earned runs.