Marika Yang Publisher

Class of 2020


  • Men's soccer splits games vs. Penn State, Brandeis

    The 11th-ranked Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team defeated the Penn State Behrend Lions at home on Tuesday, Oct. 3, improving its record to 8–1–1. The Tartans got on the board in the fourth minute of the match and did not relinquish their lead, winning the game 2–1.

    Sports | October 9, 2017
  • Fantasy football: turmoil matches eventful reality

    The third week of the football season was quite eventful — both in real life, and in The Tartan’s fantasy football league. With some stunning performances from unexpected players, and several disappointments, we had both a blowout and a nail-biter. My team still has not managed to win a single game, living up to its name. I started the season confident, but now I’m contemplating if I should make i...

    Sports | October 2, 2017
  • Football emerges unscathed over visiting Thomas More

    The football team faced off against the Thomas More College Saints at home on Saturday. The Tartans forced four turnovers and scored five touchdowns in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) showdown, claiming a 37–17 victory to stay undefeated in the season at 4–0 and 2–0 in PAC play.

    Sports | September 25, 2017
  • Men's soccer earns fourth straight win in Friday game

    The men’s soccer team faced the Westminster College Titans at home on Friday evening. The Tartans scored early, and finished the match 4–0, winning their fourth game in a row with a season record of 4–1.

    Sports | September 18, 2017
  • Football maintains perfect record in blowout victory

    On Saturday, the Carnegie Mellon football team scored their second win of the season, and first at home, with a dominant first-half performance against the University of Rochester Yellowjackets, opening the 2017 season 2–0. The offense was propelled by a four-touchdown game from senior running back Sam Benger, and by the defense, which forced a punt or turnover on downs in each of Rochester’s firs...

    Sports | September 11, 2017

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