Casey Garth

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Men’s lacrosse drops final home game to Ferris State with a 12–7 loss

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s lacrosse team played its final home game at Gesling Stadium on Saturday against Ferris State University (Big Rapids, Mich.). The Tartans played tough but were unable to come away with a win against the bulldogs. After a grueling 60 minutes of play, Carnegie Mellon left the field with a 12–7 loss.

    Sports | April 7, 2008
  • Tartans continue Scottish tradition by playing rugby

    After its 1871 debut with a match between Scotland and England, the sport of rugby has finally made its way to Carnegie Mellon, where students are continuing the tradition and representing the university’s Tartan heritage. With its roots in England, Scotland, and New Zealand, rugby is still a relatively unknown sport in the United States, but is rapidly gaining popularity.

    Sports | March 31, 2008
  • Money vs. education at the collegiate athletic level

    On March 19, thousands of Americans turned on their televisions and eagerly awaited the answer to the question: Where would the number-one high school football recruit in the nation, Terrelle Pryor, commit? As he unzipped his jacket and revealed that he will join the Ohio State Buckeyes, the students and alumni at Ohio State celebrated; they knew they were in for an exciting college football seaso...

    Sports | March 31, 2008
  • Golf placed second in tournament over break

    While most students relaxed at home or caught some rays in the tropics, the Carnegie Mellon University golf team spent its spring break working on each player’s swing in Florida. Webber International University, hosted Carnegie Mellon, along with Warner Southern University and Doan University in the Grenelefe Webber International Tournament at Grenelefe Golf and Tennis Resort in Haines City, Fla. ...

    Sports | March 24, 2008
  • Six Carnegie Mellon scholar athletes receive honors

    Six Carnegie Mellon scholar athletes received both academic and athletic honors this week. Junior track and field runner Brian Harvey, and two tennis players, senior Amy Staloch and first-year Jennifer Chui, received the title of the University Athletic Association (UAA) Athlete of the Week. In addition, junior Carolyn Clayton, senior Geoff Misek, first-year J.P. Allera, and Harvey were all named ...

    Sports | March 3, 2008