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Men’s Soccer Kicks off Season to Great Start

The Tartans are now No. 4 in the nation according to the NSCAA/HendrickCars.com Division III rankings, the highest in the school’s history.

Women’s soccer has three-game winning streak, moves to 3–2

With a 2–2–0 record, the Tartans hope to improve with a new head coach, a strong group of returning players, and fresh talent.

Football beats Grove City 28–21, drops 34–27 decision to Allegheny

It’s only two weeks into football season, and the Carnegie Mellon football team already has two games under its belt.

The Cutoff Man: How baseball helped heal New York

People needed a distraction, a reprieve from the sad reality of living in an uncertain world, and baseball was more than happy to help our town heal.

Cross country places 1st, 2nd at Waynesburg College Invitational

The men’s team competed in an 8k, placing first out of 10 teams, while the women raced a 6k, placing second out of 12.

Women’s tennis dominates at Carnegie Mellon Invitational

Overall, it was a successful day for the Tartans, as they notched 12 wins in singles and went undefeated in seven doubles matches.

Volleyball ends busy week at 4–4

Coming into this weekend, the Tartan volleyball team sat at 2–3 after a disappointing performance at the Haverford College tournament. The women opened...

Katie Davis juggles soccer and school

Whether in soccer or school, Davis’ positive attitude and focus will surely help her find success.

Tartan Rewards is only a start

For the program to be successful, it needs to create excitement about a variety of campus events while increasing school pride in the long run.

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