Elizabeth Haldane Sports Editor

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Yon Struble set to head soccer

    After the resignation of previous five-year head coach Sue Willard in December, the Director of Carnegie Mellon University Athletics Susan Bassett hired Yon Struble as head coach for the women’s soccer program, effective March 1.

    Sports | February 8, 2010
  • Jackson, Gauntner appointed as new Assistant Athletic Directors

    The Carnegie Mellon director of athletics, Susan Bassett, has appointed Todd Jackson and Sara Gauntner as assistant directors of athletics, with Jackson heading intramurals and club sports and Gauntner heading the instructional programs and recreation.

    Sports | August 24, 2009
  • With preseason underway, here is a glimpse of varsity success from last season

    Men’s basketball made it to the NCAA second round but fell to John Carroll 76–74 in the final three-tenths of a second. The team finished the season with a 20–7 overall record and 9–5 in the University Athletic Association (UAA) to take third in conference. Recent graduate Ryan Einwag received numerous accolades including ECAC Men’s South Basketball All-Star second team, National Association of Ba...

    Sports | August 15, 2009
  • Carnegie Mellon provides outlets for students to get involved in fitness

    Carnegie Mellon’s athletics department offers numerous ways to stay in shape: get involved with students of different majors, ages, and backgrounds, and enjoy recreational activities: 17 varsity sports, at least 20 club teams, over 40 intramural sports, more than 15 fitness courses, and over 30 physical education courses.

    Sports | August 15, 2009
  • Golf places second at Fred B. Kravetz Invitational, prepare for UAAs

    The Fred B. Kravetz Invitational pulled the Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team away from the Spring Carnival festivities and onto the links, giving the Tartans a third place finish with a two-day total of 608 (310, 298), just behind Huntingdon College and Skidmore College. Senior Alex Timmons also received a fourth University Athletics Association (UAA) Athlete of the Week honor.

    Sports | April 20, 2009

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