Adam Lazarus

Class of 2006

Articles

  • Carnegie Mellon football tramples Majors

    All season long, a photograph of the 1990 Tartans loomed above the players’ entrance at Gesling Stadium as a monument to the program’s last perfect regular season. Saturday morning, before his team’s first NCAA playoff game since that special group 16 years ago, Tartan head coach Rich Lackner taped over that portrait a photo of the 2006 Tartans to honor Carnegie Mellon’s newest undefeated team.-
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    Sports | November 20, 2006
  • Tartan football defeats Thiel to secure perfect 10–0 season

    Just like last year’s regular season finale, the Tartans and Tomcats put win-loss records, playoff dreams, and personal statistics aside and simply brawled for 60 minutes.

    “The game wasn’t over until it was over,” head coach Rich Lackner said. “It was a great team effort.”

    Sports | November 13, 2006
  • Tartans steamroll Bison in final home game

    On an ideal day to celebrate the individual, the Tartans reminded us just how much of a team sport football really is.

    Sports | November 6, 2006
  • Tartan football defeats Bears to win conference championship

    The Tartans left Francis Field in St. Louis Saturday afternoon with more than just a conference title in hand. By surviving a 10–7 overtime war of attrition against Washington University (Mo.), the newly crowned University Athletic Association (UAA) victors revealed the type of resolve and grit that defines championship teams.

    Sports | October 30, 2006
  • Tartans defeat Case Spartans to win annual Academic Bowl

    The annual Academic Bowl between Carnegie Mellon and Case Western Reserve University is supposed to be a reminder that two scholarly universities are also capable of excellence on the football field.

    Sports | October 16, 2006