Doug Fricker Senior Staff

Class of 2008

Articles

  • Football loses to Spartans in overtime 20–17

    The Carnegie Mellon football team hasn’t received many breaks lately, as they opened up University Athletic Association (UAA) play with a 20–17 loss in overtime Saturday at the hands of the visiting Case Western Reserve Spartans. After the Tartans (2–4 overall, 0–1 in the UAA) failed to score on their overtime possession, Case (6–0, 1–0) attempted a 30-yard field goal that was partially blocked bu...

    Sports | October 15, 2007
  • Football extends losing streak to three

    The Carnegie Mellon football team went into Saturday’s game against the Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets looking to end a two-game losing streak. Three Carnegie Mellon turnovers in the first half and time-consuming Yellow Jacket drives in the second half were the difference in the game, as Randolph-Macon sent the Tartans to their third straight loss by the score of 21–10.

    Sports | October 8, 2007
  • Tartans men’s soccer ties UAA rival Chicago

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team played once this past week, in a University Athletic Association (UAA) showdown on Saturday against the University of Chicago Maroons in Gesling Stadium. Both teams entered the game looking for their first win in UAA play and Chicago nearly got theirs, except for some late-game heroics from Tartan first-year Adam Bogus.

    Sports | October 8, 2007
  • Men’s soccer tamed at Wash. U.; lose to the Bears 3–2

    The men’s soccer team opened up its University Athletic Association (UAA) season on Saturday with a stiff test, traveling to St. Louis to play 10th-ranked Washington (Mo.) University. The Bears handed the Tartans their first loss of the season, beating them 3–2 with all five goals coming in the second half. Earlier last week, Carnegie Mellon came from behind to defeat the Grove City Wolverines 2–1...

    Sports | October 1, 2007
  • Men’s soccer wins two, remains undefeated

    The men’s soccer team maintained their spotless record with two victories this past week. The win moves their record to a perfect 5–0 as they approach their University Athletic Association (UAA) games.

    The Tartans defeated Penn State Altoona 2–1 at home Wednesday thanks to a late goal from sophomore forward Patrick Lutz. On Saturday, the team blanked Mount Union 3–0 in Gesling Stadium.

    Sports | September 24, 2007