Gabriela Colon Roura Junior Staffwriter

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  • Stats in soccer

    Historically, people who follow soccer have not paid much attention to statistics. Some may argue that talent and skill cannot be quantified easily, or they might suggest that numbers and mathematical models fail to acknowledge the beauty and elegance of the game. For the most part, they are right. Soccer is a low-scoring game with few other standard statistical markers. The game also involves 22 ...

    Sports | February 4, 2019
  • Volleyball’s Maia So-Holloway looks to future after great 2018

    Last weekend, Carnegie Mellon University’s volleyball team played against Ithaca College in the Regional Final of the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championship. Though the Tartans lost by the scores 25–21, 25–22, and 25–23, the team made history by becoming the first Carnegie Mellon volleyball team to make it to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Volleyball Championship tournament.

    Sports | November 19, 2018
  • With clubs on int’l break, a look at the season so far

    For many of us European soccer fans, the international break always comes at the worst possible time. Regardless of what team you personally support, the two-week hiatus from club football seems to always either break your team’s rhythm or result in key players lost to injury.

    Sports | October 15, 2018