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  • Student groups raise awareness for athletics

    “I didn’t even know until after my freshman year that we had a varsity golf team,” recalled sophomore Becky Metler. This is probably true of a lot of Carnegie Mellon students, and explains why groups such as the Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC), Carnegie Clan, and Student Athlete Volunteer Experience (SAVE) are working together to bring athletics above ground both on campus and in the Pitt...

    Sports | April 10, 2006
  • Men's track team looks to build on strong indoor campaign

    After a successful end to the indoor track season, the men?s track team is ready to take on their outdoor season, finishing a great first week of training. Though the team decided to skip the Clarion Early Bird meet, they should still be primed to compete at home next week to open their season.
    There were many highlights from the indoor conference meet at the Armory Stadium in New York, including...

    Sports | March 28, 2005
  • Men's indoor track team places first overall/women take third

    by Drea Garvue
    Layout Staff

    Sports | January 31, 2005
  • Men

    This weekend, the Carnegie Mellon men?s cross country team competed at the UAA championships in Rochester, New York. Carnegie Mellon placed third out of the eight schools with a total score of 80 points, losing to Washington University, which scored 60, and the University of Chicago, which had a score of 59. Carnegie Mellon had four runners place in the top 25: Nick End in fourth, Dana Irrer in ei...

    Sports | November 1, 2004
  • Men


    Sports | October 11, 2004