Ian Tanaya Sports Editor
Women’s Track & Field
The Carnegie Mellon women’s track and field team won its third meet of the outdoor season and fifth combined when it topped a field of 16 teams at the Westminster College Invitational on Saturday, April 8. The Tartans tallied 178.50 points to lead the pack with Westminster finishing second with 101.50 points.Sports | April 10, 2017
Men's Tennis comes back to defeat Mary Washington
The seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team hosted 16th-ranked University of Mary Washington on Saturday, April 8 and earned a 5–4 victory after strong singles play. The Tartans moved to 14–7 on the year while the Eagles dropped to 14–6.
The Eagles led 3–0 after doubles, winning all three matches by 8–6 scores as the Tartans fell into a deep hole.Sports | April 10, 2017
The seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team traveled to Kenyon College to face 24th-ranked Kenyon and 26th-ranked Lewis & Clark College. The Tartans earned two victories, 5–0 versus Lewis & Clark and 5–4 versus Kenyon, to improve to 13–7 on the year.Sports | April 3, 2017
Jared Moore breaks record in Tartan Quad Meet victory
The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team hosted the annual Carnegie Mellon Quad Meet on Saturday, April 1.
The Tartans won first place with 227.5 points. Penn State Behrend placed second with 186 points.
Sophomore Jared Moore’s performance highlighted the day, as he recorded a school record time of 8:41.63 to win the 3,000-meter run.Sports | April 3, 2017
NFL Free Agency: Big money for questions and concerns
As April begins, the NFL’s free agency period, which started at the beginning of the new league year on Thursday, March 9, has long since blown past the frenzy that sees established players negotiate new contracts for either new teams or their old one. The period is built on the premise that teams can potentially find a centerpiece in establishing a new identity or acquire the last piece of the pu...Sports | April 3, 2017