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  • Sports Briefs

    Women’s Tennis

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team split up this weekend to play Grove City and Seton Hill. Both halves of the squad were successful, sweeping their respective competitors.

    Sports | September 21, 2015
  • Women's volleyball team continues dominant campaign

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s volleyball team returned to campus for its home opener on Wednesday to face the St. Vincent College Bearcats. The Tartans got off to a quick 3–0 start in the first set, setting the tone early as they rallied to a 25–9 score and took the first set. The second set began with a fiercely contested rally, the ball traveling over the net many times before finally falling in t...

    Sports | September 14, 2015
  • Andrew Hearon begins senior year

    Senior quarterback Andrew Hearon prepares for his last football season with as much hope as ever for the team’s success. The civil engineering major has found on the team a consistent, positive culture that has remained as supportive as it was when he first came onto campus unsure of what the future lay in store.

    Sports | September 14, 2015
  • Despite eighth ranking, CMU Football remains optimistic

    Last Friday, the Carnegie Mellon men’s football team held a scrimmage with the Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets. The two teams engaged in 7-on-7 drills and linemen drills before pitting their special teams, offenses, and defenses against each other in earnest.

    Sports | August 31, 2015
  • Steelers looking forward to a strong offensive season

    “Defense wins championships.”

    Despite the effects of player safety rules that have allowed offenses to gain more yardage and score more points than ever before, defense remains the top priority for any team that wants a shot at Super Bowl glory. This was proven more than convincingly when the Seattle Seahawks decimated the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.

    Sports | August 24, 2015