Jonas Altman-Kurosaki Assistant Sports Editor

Class of 2010


  • Women’s tennis falls in Virginia

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team traveled to Lexington, Va., on Saturday to take on Washington and Lee University. Following two big wins at Emory’s Fab 10 tournament the weekend before, the eighth-ranked Tartans were riding high into their match with ninth-ranked W&L. They left glumly, however, after a 6–3 defeat.

    Sports | April 4, 2011
  • Women’s tennis team wins two matches

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team traveled to Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., to compete in the Fab 10 tournament this past weekend.

    Ranked seventh in Division III going into the tournament, the Tartans won against the University of Mary Washington on Friday and Sewanee: The University of the South on Saturday. They are now 10–3 on the year.

    Sports | March 28, 2011
  • The Cutoff Man: Giving the defense its due

    Baseball players always talk about hoping to play “meaningful baseball” in September, a term that alludes to being in a pennant race late in the season. This is the only context in which that term is really thrown around. However, in order to be playing meaningful baseball in September, teams must play meaningful baseball through the season’s first five months; and, if a team plays exceptionally w...

    Sports | March 28, 2011
  • Golf takes third place at UAAs

    The Carnegie Mellon golf team took a trip down to Florida for spring break this year, but not for any rest or relaxation. The team traveled to Sorrento, Fla. to compete in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships at the Red Tail Golf Course.

    Sports | March 21, 2011
  • The Cutoff Man: Baseball ’n’ Roll

    Last night, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted its 2011 class. This year’s class included performers Neil Diamond, Dr. John, Tom Waits, Darlene Love, and Alice Cooper.

    Sports | March 21, 2011