Mel Kerber Online Editor

Class of 2021


  • Women's soccer makes it past first round matchup

    This weekend, Carnegie Mellon is playing host to the first and second rounds of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III women’s soccer playoffs. The Tartans, ranked number eight, started off the weekend with a game against the unranked Farmingdale State Rams. A strong showing from Carnegie Mellon helped propel them to a 1–0 win, launching them into the second round of the ...

    Sports | November 13, 2017
  • U.S. Soccer woe amid great wins

    For 32 years and seven World Cups, the sight of the red, white, and blue on the soccer pitch was a given. And yet, the United States Men’s National Soccer Team (USMNT) failed to qualify for the World Cup this year and will be staying home from Russia next summer. It’s been described as the most shocking failure in American soccer history and has fans across the country debating the state of the Am...

    Sports | October 16, 2017
  • Women's soccer notches Nazareth win, Brandeis tie

    The women’s soccer team, now ranked 10th nationally, beat Nazareth College 2–0 on Tuesday afternoon. Their record is now 8–1–1 for the season, and Tuesday’s game was the fifth win in a row for the Tartans. It was a physical game, and the Tartans relied on their speed and skill to defeat the Golden Flyers.

    Sports | October 9, 2017
  • Villanueva shows backlash over NFL anthem protests

    Alejandro Villanueva is many things to the people of Pittsburgh: starting left tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers, a part-time graduate student at Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business, and most recently, the focal point of a media storm launched on Friday night by President Trump. Prior to the Pittsburgh Steelers game last Sunday, head coach Mike Tomlin released a statement confirming that ...

    Sports | October 2, 2017
  • Women's soccer shuts and blows out Allegheny College

    The women’s soccer team boosted their record to 4–1–1 Wednesday night with a 9–0 win over the Allegheny College Gators. The Tartans started the game strong and held their pace for the full 90 minutes. Carnegie Mellon’s defense also shone in this game, keeping the Gators to zero shots on goal throughout the entire game.

    Sports | September 25, 2017

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