Golf builds on last year’s success, wins invitational
After a fifth-place finish in its fall season-opener back in late September, the Carnegie Mellon varsity golf team appears to be picking up right where it left off last season.Sports | October 9, 2006
Tartan football team tramples the Tigers 50–26
Only the weather could slow down the Tartans Saturday night.
Playing under both the lights and rain (which forced a brief game delay due to lightning) for their week five matchup with Colorado College, Carnegie Mellon employed a patient and consistent offensive attack that carried the Tartans to a fifth straight victory.Sports | October 2, 2006
Tartan football dominates Westminster 33–6
This week it took them almost a quarter, but once the Tartans got rolling they put together their third-straight dominant performance to move to 3–0 on the season.
In their home opener, the Carnegie Mellon football team deployed their powerful run game and a tough defense to defeat the Westminster Titans 33–6 on Saturday afternoon.Sports | September 18, 2006
Football on a roll, wins first games
Carnegie Mellon’s varsity football team pushed its record to 2–0 with an impressive 28–0 victory Saturday afternoon against Grove City College in Grove City, Pa.Sports | September 11, 2006
Tartan golf drives home a fourth-place finish at UAA championship
The Carnegie Mellon golf team’s season ended in spectacular fashion last week as senior Matt Simone capped his career by winning the University Athletic Association individual championship following the Tartans’ fourth-place finish in Pomona, N.Y. Although the team will likely come up short in its bid for a first- ever appearance in next month’s Division III national tournament, by all accounts, t...Sports | May 1, 2006