The Carnegie Mellon men's golf team won the the 2007 Titan Invitational last Monday for the second year in a row, claiming victory with a team score of 300. The event was hosted by Westminster College at the New Castle Country Club and had 11 schools in attendance.
The Carnegie Mellon track and field teams competed in the Washington and Jefferson Invitational. The men overpowered their opponents, winning the invitational with 144 points, and the women saw several top runners in the sprinting events, taking eighth among 15 teams, with 42 points.
Carnegie Mellon's Director of Athletics, Susan Bassett, has appointed the new head men's soccer coach, Arron Lujan, to take over the position from Nick Gaudioso.
The Carnegie Mellon men's and women's tennis teams dropped 6–3 decisions to the University of Mary Washington Friday. On Saturday, the women bounced back, crushing Swarthmore 8–1. On Sunday, the women handily defeated 14th-ranked Johns Hopkins University, but the men lost a terse, closely contested match 6–3.
The Carnegie Mellon men’s lacrosse team played its final home game Saturday losing 12–7 to Ferris State University.
The Tartan sat down with Mattingly as she discussed her interesting start in running races and her challenges as a scholar-athlete.
With the NCAA men’s basketball national championship set to be played between powerhouse universities Kansas and Memphis, it is easy to forget what makes March Madness so, well, mad.
Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC) had a transition meeting last week, introducing 14 new members to the organization. SAAC will host a community service field day on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Cut.
This past week marked the beginning of the big intramural season for softball. Easily one of the favorite intramural sports at Carnegie Mellon, the popularity of softball can be attributed to the nice weather and the relaxed level of play.