Casey Garth

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Men’s basketball opens season play with two wins

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team commences season play with a not-so-surprising start, coming away with two wins from opening weekend. The Tartans hope to build on last season’s momentum, which they finished with a solid 19–9 record and the ECAC South Championship title. Three of the five starters from last year’s championship team return to the court this year, along with 11 other key re...

    Sports | November 24, 2008
  • SAAC hosts first annual Tartan Olympics in 2009

    The first annual Tartan Olympics, hosted by the Carnegie Mellon Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) the weekend of Jan. 23–25, calls for various student organizations to participate in this multi-contest event to celebrate school spirit through competition. Each organization will choose 10–12 representatives to compete in the Tartan Olympics in an attempt to draw the student body closer togeth...

    Sports | November 24, 2008
  • Volleyball finishes with record NCAA performance

    Carnegie Mellon volleyball came away with its first NCAA tournament win Thursday against Mount Lebanon Valley College, 3–0. However, the Tartans’ next opponent, top-ranked Juniata College, knocked Carnegie Mellon out of the tournament 3–0.

    Sports | November 17, 2008
  • Volleyball finishes third in UAA, awaits playoff fate

    Carnegie Mellon volleyball finished the regular season with one of the strongest performances in school history and now has the chance to receive an NCAA tournament bid. The Tartans finished third overall in University Athletic Association (UAA) play after four strong performances against Case Western Reserve University, New York University, Washington University in St. Louis, and Brandeis Univers...

    Sports | November 10, 2008
  • Volleyball continues success at tournament

    The Carnegie Mellon volleyball team headed to Boston to compete in the second University Athletic Association (UAA) round-robin over mid-semseter break. The Tartans split results on both days, defeating the University of Chicago and New York University but falling to Emory University and host Brandeis University. The team competed in the Wid Guisler Invitational at Juniata College last weekend, co...

    Sports | October 27, 2008