Casey Garth

Class of 2010


  • Volleyball rebounds with wins on Sunday

    After a challenging weekend Aug. 29 and 30 at Ohio Northern University, the Carnegie Mellon volleyball team headed to Washington, Pa. to take on Muskingum College and Capital University in the Washington & Jefferson Holiday Invitational this past weekend. The team started out the tournament with two losses before rebounding Sunday with two wins, moving their record to 2–6.

    Sports | September 8, 2008
  • Club baseball concludes 2008 season

    The Carnegie Mellon club baseball team had a busy week playing three games: one against the Robert Morris University Colonials and a doubleheader against the University of Pittsburgh Panthers on Saturday. Last Friday, first-year Zach Cohen pitched one of his best games of the season against Pitt and was named Pitcher of the Week by the North Atlantic Conference-South for his performance. He is the...

    Sports | April 28, 2008
  • Club men's baseball loses to rival Pitt 12–7

    The Carnegie Mellon club baseball team traveled to its home field in Bethesda, Pa. this weekend to face off against the University of Pittsburgh Panthers.

    Sports | April 21, 2008
  • Baseball falls to West Virginia 5–4

    The Carnegie Mellon club baseball team traveled to West Virginia University on Saturday to challenge the Mountaineers to a doubleheader, but fell short in both games. The Tartans were coming off a 9–6 loss against Kent State on Thursday and were hoping to redeem themselves this weekend. In Thursday’s game, the Tartans started out strong with a 3–0 lead after three innings, but could not sustain th...

    Sports | April 14, 2008
  • Lacrosse travel to Indiana for season finale

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s lacrosse team concluded its season with two tough games against the Taylor University Trojans and the Tri-State University Thunder. On Saturday, the Tartans played their last league game against the Trojans in muddy, swamp-like conditions. Similar to the rest of their season, the Tartans struggled to overcome injuries. With only 12 healthy players, Carnegie Mellon was lef...

    Sports | April 14, 2008