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  • Men’s soccer competes in second round of NCAAs

    Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer finished its season this weekend, falling to Ohio Wesleyan University after advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament. The Tartans rolled over first round opponent Calvin College with a score of 3–0 before falling 3–0 to OWU.

    Sports | November 17, 2008
  • Men’s soccer defeats fourth-ranked Emory 4–2

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team defeated the Emory University Eagles, ranked fourth nationally, 4–2 in a hard-fought game Saturday. The 20th-ranked Tartans staged an incredible comeback from a 2–0 deficit to score four goals in under 35 minutes, posting a victory over one of the top competitors for this year’s NCAA championship. The Eagles (16–1–1) were undefeated in conference play and had ...

    Sports | November 10, 2008
  • Men's soccer triumphs over New York, Brandeis on the road

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team hit the road to New York this past weekend to play the New York University Violets and the Brandeis University Judges in a University Athletic Association (UAA) double-header. The men defeated New York 2–0 on Friday and went on to beat Brandeis 2–1 on Sunday.

    Sports | November 3, 2008
  • Men’s soccer beats Case Western 3–2

    Two weekends ago, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team hosted two University Athletic Association (UAA) opponents, the University of Rochester Yellowjackets and the Case Western Reserve University Spartans. The Tartans fell short Friday night against Rochester, losing 2–0, but rebounded with a 3–2 win over Case Western Reserve.

    Sports | October 27, 2008
  • Men’s soccer triumphs 3–0 over host Chicago

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team defeated the University of Chicago Maroons Saturday, improving the team’s record to 10–1–1 overall and 1–1–0 in the University Athletic Association (UAA). The Tartans dominated the Chicago side, and although they led by three goals for the majority of the second half, they continued to create scoring opportunities and take chances in their offensive third.

    Sports | October 13, 2008