Jeffrey Wang

Class of 2009

Articles

  • Track prepares for UAA championship

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s track and field team had three very successful meets during the past week, starting off strong with a win at home and then going to the Bucknell Outdoor Classic and Slippery Rock Invitational. While the latter two events were not scored, the Tartans used these opportunities to fine tune their abilities, pushing themselves to maximize their potential as the Uni...

    Sports | April 17, 2006
  • Track and field performances on the upswing

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s track and field teams persevered in the face of inclement weather conditions to take home second and third places at the Washington & Jefferson Invitational on Saturday.

    “Our race was freezing and windy,” remarked junior runner Geoff Misek.

    “It was snowing,” added senior Jocelyn Sikora.

    Sports | April 10, 2006
  • Difficult week for Tartan tennis teams

    The Tartan men’s tennis team fell short at the University of Mary Washington (Va.) this past weekend during a three-day tournament. During the tournament, the 22nd-ranked Tartans faced seventh-ranked Mary Washington, 16th-ranked Swarthmore (Pa.), and unranked Rhodes College (Ohio).
    Carnegie Mellon kicked off the tournament against Mary Washington, suffering a setback as the Eagles swept the Tarta...

    Sports | April 3, 2006
  • Women’s tennis faces stiff conference competition at Fab Five Tournament

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team competed in the Fab Five Tournament hosted at Washington & Lee University this past weekend.

    Entering the tournament with a record of 10–3 and ranked 12th in the nation, the Tartan women tasted some of the country’s highest competition. They embraced the challenge and held their own.

    Sports | March 27, 2006
  • Men’s and women’s tennis handily serve Case a defeat

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s tennis teams came up with victories over Case Western Reserve University on Saturday. The Tartans dominated the competition with a clean 7–0 sweep for the men and an 8–1 victory for the women. It was an important win for the 22nd-seeded Tartan men’s team, which bounced back from previous close losses to secure a blowout win. The Tartan women’s team also won by...

    Sports | February 27, 2006