Over spring break, the Carnegie Mellon indoor track and field men's and women's teams competed in the University Athletic Association (UAA) championships held at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Carnegie Mellon men's and women's swim and dive teams had a total of seven representatives at the NCAA Division III championships March 13-15.
While most students relaxed at home or caught some rays in the tropics, the Carnegie Mellon University golf team spent its spring break working on each player's swing in Naples, Fla. The team placed second in the Grenelefe Webber International Tournament on March 14 and 15.
After winning four out of five matches against ranked teams in California over spring break, the Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team lost a tight match 6–3 to 27th-ranked Washington & Lee University Saturday in Virginia. The women, who also won four of five spring break matches, had a week off.
Carnegie Mellon Intramurals hosted its biggest event of the year, IM Night, Thursday in Skibo Gymnasium. For the past 59 years, the athletic department...
The Carnegie Mellon University football team recently announced the hiring of Jason Makrinos as a full-time assistant and defensive backs coach.
The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team won the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) championship for the first time over spring break. Coming into the tournament as second-seed overall, the team defeated the Gwynedd-Mercy Griffins 75–67.
The last thing China needs as it heads into the stretch run preparing for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games is an international outcry to boycott the games to be held in Beijing this summer. But that is where things stand after the Chinese government used brutal means to put down Tibetan protesters two Fridays ago.
Carnegie Mellon Athletics has created an organization for scholar-athletes called the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The organization enables the students to be liaisons between the 17 varsity sports teams on campus and the Athletic Department.
Anna Kochalko talked to The Tartan about her views on the swim program and her experiences at the university.
The Carnegie Mellon Athletic Department has announced the retirement of men's soccer coach, Nick Gaudioso, after 27 years of experience with the Tartans.
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