Some of the greatest moments in the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games were brought about by the great American afterthought: hockey.
The Tartans now have a blemish on their otherwise spotless record, and move to 5–2.
The five-year-old team, made up of 30 students, has now qualified for regional competition two years in a row.
The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s swimming and diving team competed at the University of Pittsburgh in the (ECAC) Championships.
The Carnegie Mellon team ended the season 5–20 overall and just 1–13 in University Athletic Association (UAA) play.
The Tartans finished their season with an overall record of 9–16 and a record of 2–12 in University Athletic Association (UAA) play.
First-year Brit Phillips sunk a buzzer-beater jump shot to send the game into overtime, where Carnegie Mellon clinched the victory.