Basketball teams start semester with winning records
After a promising 4–0 season start, an up-and-down run has left the Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team at 8–5 halfway through the season. Senior guard Christian Manoli has led the charge, averaging close to 18 points and 7 rebounds per game, including a career-high 32 points against Emory University on Friday in the team’s first conference victory. That game and a heartbreaker to Case Western R...Sports | January 20, 2014
Some good, some bad in NFL coach shuffling
With the end of the NFL’s regular season, many teams are now vying for a spot in Super Bowl XLVIII. For those teams not lucky enough to make it past the regular season, many coaching changes are underway. The following details a short guide to the head coaching changes around the NFL:Sports | January 20, 2014
Men’s basketball cruises in second half to take opener
At the start of the season, every team is optimistic about its chances. There’s a clean slate: no wins and no losses.
On Monday’s home opener, the men’s basketball team gave substance to this optimism with a dominant second half, vanquishing Geneva College in an 81–67 victory.Sports | November 25, 2013
Special teams and trick plays foil football team in season finale
The Carnegie Mellon football team opened its final game of the season against Case Western Reserve University on an optimistic note – but ultimately lost 35-32 last Saturday night.
After an impressive Carnegie Mellon defensive stop ended Case Western’s opening drive, senior quarterback Rob Kalkstein connected with junior wide receiver Tim Swanson for a 72-yard touchdown score.Sports | November 18, 2013
CMU volleyball impresses in penultimate home game
In its penultimate game before the University Athletic Association (UAA) championships, the Carnegie Mellon women’s volleyball team built impressive momentum with a dominating win over Mount Aloysius College.Sports | November 4, 2013