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Men’s track and field takes second place at UAAs

The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team finished out its season at the Dave Labor and Ed Fry Invitational meets on April 14 and 21, respectively.

Women’s track and field hosts UAAs

The University Athletic Association Championships were held this past weekend at Gesling Stadium. The women’s track and field team finished fifth out of seven teams with 62 points.

Ian Bangor shoots one for the books

Sophomore Ian Bangor was the winner of the Tartans’ Spring Invitational last Thursday, shooting a one-over-par 71 at the Longue Vue Club. This win makes Bangor Carnegie Mellon's all-time wins leader.

Steelers’ draft picks

An analysis on the Steelers' 2012 NFL draftees.

Women’s tennis finishes fourth place

This weekend, the No. 4-ranked Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team competed in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship at Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs, Fla.

Men’s tennis takes home fourth place

The Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team travelled down to Altamonte Springs, Fla., to compete in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships.

First-year Thomas Cooper has success with Tartans’ tennis

After finishing 5–1 in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships, first-year Thomas Cooper of the men’s tennis team spared a few moments to talk about his career as a college athlete.

First-round NBA Playoff predictions feature no upsets

The 2012 NBA Playoffs, after the shortened regular season which seemed to dash to the finish line, are now here.

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