Adam Gruber Staffwriter
Women’s basketball finds stifling defense in victories
Women’s basketball had a busy week, playing three games in six days. The Tartans won two of those games and lost one.
In both victories, the Tartans held their opponents under 30 points, beating Pennsylvania State University Altoona, 88–27, and Hiram College, 61–29. The loss came at the hands of John Carroll University by a score of 70–54.
The Tartans now sit at 5–2 on this young season.Sports | December 3, 2012
Men’s basketball starts 0–2
The men’s basketball team participated in the Al Van Wie/Rotary Classic at the College of Wooster on Friday and Saturday. The Tartans played a game on each day, battling the Wooster Fighting Scots on Friday and the Otterbein University Cardinals on Saturday.Sports | November 19, 2012
Women’s basketball goes 1–1 through first two games
The women’s basketball team opened its season with the DoubleTree Classic, hosted by Carnegie Mellon. The Tartans opened the season against Wesley College and played their second game against Otterbein University, splitting the two games.Sports | November 19, 2012
Football falls 28–24 in Southwest Bowl
In the final game of the season, the Tartans took on the Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Southwest Bowl on Saturday. In a closely fought game, the Tartans came up just short, losing 28–24.Sports | November 19, 2012
Tartans fall to Case Western Reserve in final game
In the final regular season game of the season last Saturday, the Tartans football team fell to Case Western Reserve University in the Academic Bowl, 36–24. Despite the disappointment, junior wide receiver Tim Kikta set the Carnegie Mellon single-season record for receiving yards with 63 in the game. Kikta needed 32 yards to break the record.Sports | November 12, 2012