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Basketball finish with 6–8 UAA, 16–9 overall record

It was an emotional afternoon for Greg Gonzalez and Geoff Kozak as they finished out their regular-season careers against the University of Rochester Yellow Jackets in Skibo Gym.

ATHLETE PROFILE: Brian Harvey

Harvey took some time out to talk with The Tartan about the relationship between his running lifestyle and life as a Carnegie Mellon student.

Undefeated women’s tennis is 6–0 for spring season

On Saturday, the women were perfect in chalking up two 9–0 victories over Case Western Reserve University and Oberlin College, improving their record for the year to 7–2 (including a perfect 6–0 spring). Also Saturday, the men defeated Case 8–1, moving their record to 7–2 (including 4–1 this spring).

Is Tiger Woods the greatest athlete of all time?

Let’s be honest, Tiger Woods is old news. Ever since he picked up a club at the age of two, the former child prodigy seemed destined for greatness. Sports analysts are beginning to postulate that Tiger Woods may not only be the best to play the sport of golf, but that he may be the greatest, most dominant athlete of all time.

Women's basketball fights hard against Rochester

The Carnegie Mellon University women’s basketball team ended its season with a close loss to the University of Rochester Yellow Jackets, 49–55, last Saturday.

Six Carnegie Mellon scholar athletes receive honors

Six Carnegie Mellon scholar athletes received both academic and athletic honors this week.

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