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  • Tiger Woods can get his career back, if he gets his head straight

    As the 2010 PGA Tour season reaches its conclusion, the news headlines do not center around the four different winners of the four major tournaments, or the upcoming Ryder Cup event. Instead, the reporters are still focused on a golfer who has not even won a tournament this year. He’s also currently the No. 1 golfer on tour. He also had a sex scandal. Yes, it’s Tiger Woods.

    Sports | August 23, 2010
  • Good behavior on the court is secondary to producing wins

    Last week, women’s college soccer made national headlines, but not for a championship, an outstanding player, or even a long goal. Instead, it was a five-minute montage of University of New Mexico junior defender Elizabeth Lambert kicking a ball at a defenseless opponent on the ground, punching an opposing player in the back, and — for the knockout blow — pulling an opponent to the ground by her p...

    Sports | November 16, 2009
  • Steelers paint the town black and gold; Steelers win one for the other thumb

    Yesterday, two franchises on different ends of the Super Bowl winning spectrum met in Super Bowl XLIII. The Pittsburgh Steelers won their NFL-record sixth ring at the expense of the Arizona Cardinals’ first Super Bowl appearance.

    Sports | February 2, 2009
  • Volleyball defeats Westminster College 3-2

    The Carnegie Mellon women's volleyball team ended its successful home schedule with a comeback victory Saturday as the team beat the Westminster College Titans 3–2. After losing the first two games, the Tartans won the next three games to grab the win, improving their record to 19–14.
    Before the game, seniors Chisom Amaechi, Liz DeVleming, and Julianne Bierwirth were honored as a part of the Seni...

    Sports | November 3, 2008