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  • Men's track finishes second at UAAs; women sixth

    Battling through inclement weather, the men?s and women?s track teams continued to impress during their outdoor campaigns. The men?s team placed second of seven teams, just 23 points behind champion Washington. The women placed fifth in the competitive division.
    This past weekend marked the end of the track season for athletes not moving on to national competition. The UAA Track and Field Champ...

    Sports | April 25, 2005
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    Sports | April 11, 2005
  • Track teams place first, second at W&J Invite

    Despite hosting a meet Wednesday this week, the men?s and women?s track teams didn?t hold anything back Saturday. The Tartans performed at an exceptional level this past weekend, where the Men took first and the women placed second at the Washington and Jefferson College Invitational. This showing proved to be the best of the young 2005 season so far.
    In their ascent to second place, the women?s ...

    Sports | April 11, 2005
  • Despite hosting a meet Wednesday this week, the men?s and women?s track teams didn?t hold anything back Saturday. The Tartans performed at an exceptional level this past weekend, where the Men took first and the women placed second at the Washington and Jefferson College Invitational. This showing proved to be the best of the young 2005 season so far.
    In their ascent to second place, the women?s ...

    Sports | April 11, 2005
  • Mens Basketball at Emory

    This past Friday the Tartans encountered another obstacle on their road to the top of the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference standings. Despite their best efforts, the Carnegie Mellon men?s basketball team met defeat in Atlanta last weekend, dropping a close game to the Emory Eagles, 88?85. With this loss the Tartans fall to 12?4 on the season and 4?2 in UAA play. They are now second...

    Sports | January 31, 2005