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  • Sports Briefs

    Men’s Tennis

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team started its dual meet season with a 9–0 victory at Grove City College on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

    Sports | September 25, 2017
  • Volleyball obtains best start in program's history: 16–0

    The volleyball team hosted and competed in the Carnegie Mellon DoubleTree Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The Tartans went undefeated in the four games they played against Messiah College, Salisbury University, Otterbein University, and the University of Mount Union. Carnegie Mellon improved to 16–0 and are off to their best start in program history, topping the previous best start of 12 stra...

    Sports | September 25, 2017
  • Men's soccer shutouts end at six in a row after Sunday

    Junior midfielder Jamie Wheaton scored his first career goal on Friday, as the 14th-ranked men’s soccer team defeated Grove City College 2–0 on Friday. The Tartans move their record to 6–1 with their sixth consecutive shutout, while the Wolverines drop to 4–2–2.

    Sports | September 25, 2017
  • Sports Briefs

    Women’s Cross Country

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s cross country team traveled north to compete in the Allegheny College Classic on Saturday, Sept. 16. Senior Aparna Alavilli was the first of 134 runners to cross the finish line with a time of 18:03. The senior helped the Tartans to a first-place team finish in a field of 11 teams.

    Sports | September 18, 2017
  • The Tartan fantasy football gears up for a second year

    With the new year in football comes the revival of fantasy football leagues across the nation, as millions return to the game that manages to get people to care about even the worst teams like the Cleveland Browns: fantasy football. Last year, Editor-in-Chief India Price defeated my team by two points to take the championship in The Tartan’s first year of fantasy football. This year, the league ha...

    Sports | September 11, 2017