Last Friday and Saturday, the Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at the Washington and Lee Carnival in Lexington, Va.
Before this year, March Madness was usually unsurprising, with the higher-seeded teams taking care of business.
The Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team proved once again why it is a top-10 team, after the Tartans defeated the University of Mary Washington 5–4.
After earning All-UAA honors after finishing third in the 200-yard butterfly, first year Dan Glaser-Garbrick continued on to compete at the NCAAs.
The match was very competitive, but the Tartans suffered a 7–2 loss to the number-three Ephs.
The number-62 Ultimate Frisbee team (of 400 teams), boasting a 9–1 season record, is the only team to compete in Division I at Carnegie Mellon.
The Carnegie Mellon golf team hit the links to start its spring season by competing in the three-day Jekyll Island Invitational last week.