The men’s soccer team traveled to St. Louis this past Sunday to face University Athletic Association (UAA) rival Washington University.
The Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team hosted national finalist Amherst University and defeated them 5–4.
Last week, Muliawan and Ljuboja took the ITA doubles title. The men’s team fell to Duquesne University 3–6 to bring their season record to 2–1.
The Tartans woman's tennis team shut out Case Western Reserve University, 9-0, before doing the same to Oberlin College.
Despite the fierce competition, Carnegie Mellon’s runners rose to the top. Both teams placed first overall.
The Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team carried over its momentum from previous matches to triumph over Mount Union College 4–1 last Wednesday.
Despite their diligent efforts, the Tartans fell just short of victory with a final score of 38–35.
As annoying as bandwagoners are, and as much as I dislike them, I admit that they add to team spirit.
As the football team looks to maintain their longstanding streak, they are getting some help from Richard Pattison in securing their victories.
The Carnegie Mellon volleyball team got off to a rough start as they traveled to Rochester, N.Y. last weekend for the opening of UAA play.
Stanley Onyimba, Elsa Wu, Ricjy Griffin, and Laura Chen, were all honored with UAA's Athlete of the Week award.