Brian Friedrick Junior Staffwriter

Class of 2009

Articles

  • Swimming, Nike Cup Invitational and Miami Invite

    Last weekend, the swim teams participated in the annual Nike Cup Invitational, which took place at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. The Tartans continued their team and individual successes, setting several school records throughout the invitational.

    Sports | December 3, 2007
  • Tartan swimming and diving hosts quad meet

    The Carnegie Mellon swim teams hosted a quad meet last weekend against Franklin & Marshall, the University of Rochester, and Washington & Lee.
    The Tartan women won all three events, achieving seven first-place finishes and five second-place finishes. The men’s team took two out of three competitions, combining for five first-place finishes and eight second-place finishes. The competition brings b...

    Sports | November 19, 2007
  • Volleyball advances season record to 17–14

    Since winning 13 of 17 matches against opponents such as Case Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, and Otterbein College, the Tartans have participated in four days of tournament play as well as a match against fellow Pennsylvania competitor, La Roche College. Against highly ranked opponents, the Tartans fought well but lost.
    On Wednesday, Oct. 17, the Tartans faced off against La...

    Sports | October 29, 2007
  • Golf finishes second in Westminster Invitational

    Last Monday Carnegie Mellon, along with 10 other teams, participated in the Westminster Invitational at the New Castle Country Club.

    The Tartans had a strong outing, finishing in second place overall with a carded score of 307. The Tartans finished three strokes behind Division II rival Clarion University which shot a combined 304 for the day.

    Sports | October 8, 2007
  • Volleyball wins two matches

    The Carnegie Mellon Tartans continued their hot streak, winning two out of three matches last weekend in the Round Robin Tournament at New York University. The two wins for the Tartans brought their season record to 9–8.

    Sports | October 1, 2007