The Tartans dominated the turf at Gesling Stadium again, clobbering the DePauw University Tigers on Saturday by a score of 51–28.
The Tartans put on a goal-scoring showcase on the back of junior forward Max Tassano’s three goals and one assist, beating the Bethany College Bison, 6–2.
The Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team staved off the College of Wooster Fighting Scots last Saturday with a 3–1 victory, remaining undefeated this season and bringing its overall record to 6–0–2.
The volleyball team finishes a weekend-long tournament with two wins and two losses.
For the second time in eight seasons, National Hockey League (NHL) owners have locked out their players.
Darren Kerfoot is the Tartans' new hard-throwing ace. In his first two starts, he is 2–0, with a 1.28 ERA, and 24 strikeouts.