The Carnegie Mellon men's basketball team participated in the Al Van Wie/Rotary Classic at the College of Wooster on Friday and Saturday.
The Tartan women's basketball team opened its season with the DoubleTree Classic, hosted by the Carnegie Mellon team.
The No. 17-ranked women’s soccer team continued to charge its way through the NCAA tournament draw, until facing a tight loss on Sunday against Emory University.
Although a panda isn’t usually known as an aquatic animal, sophomore Cole Um, previously nicknamed “Panda” by the Carnegie Mellon swim team, has contributed greatly to the Tartans’ recent success.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams dominated another home meet, each winning all three matchups this weekend.
The Steelers overcame the injuries sustained by their veteran team for much of the season and prevailed, earning a 6–3 record and placing themselves in the middle of the playoff hunt.
The men’s cross country team hit the road this weekend and traveled to Terre Haute, Ind., to compete in the Division-III Championships.
In the final game of the season, the Tartans took on the Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets in the ECAC Southwest Bowl on Saturday. The Tartans came up just short, losing 28–24.