Sam Kim Staffwriter

Class of 2010


  • Track and field competes at Bison Classic, Bennie Benson invitational

    Last weekend, the men’s and women’s track and field team participated in two separate track meets. The top athletes competed in the Bison Outdoor Classic Meet hosted by Bucknell University on Friday and Saturday. The rest of the team traveled to Robert Morris University’s Bennie Benson Memorial Invitational. While the Bison Outdoor Classic Meet represented the top-tier competition from 74 teams, t...

    Sports | April 13, 2009
  • Track, field teams place second, third at W&J

    Last Saturday, the Carnegie Mellon track and field team competed as one of the 13 teams in the Washington & Jefferson College Invitational. Both the men’s and women’s teams looked strong with key performances from several players who did not participate in last week’s meet. The men’s team came in third overall with 85 points behind Penn State Behrend (97.5) and Seton Hall University (90). The wome...

    Sports | April 6, 2009
  • Track, field performs strong at meet

    This past weekend, the Carnegie Mellon track and field teams kicked off their outdoor seasons by competing in the unscored Washington and Lee-Virginia Military Institute Carnival, competing against other Division I, II, and III programs including both co-hosts, Messiah College, Ohio Wesleyan University, and Duquesne University. Despite the poor weather conditions, both the men’s and women’s teams ...

    Sports | March 30, 2009
  • Track, field perform well at Bucknell Invitational, Kent State meet

    The Carnegie Mellon track and field teams participated in the indoor Bucknell Winter Classic two weekends ago and competed in the unscored Kent State Tune-up indoor track meet last Saturday.
    The Kent State Tune-up was an important meet for a several runners who were still trying to qualify for the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships.

    Sports | February 23, 2009
  • Indoor track and field has promising performance at Slippery Rock Invite

    Last Friday, the Carnegie Mellon track and field men’s and women’s teams continued their indoor season by participating in the Slippery Rock Invitational. The unscored meet provided an opportunity for several new members to face some stiff competition.

    Sports | February 9, 2009