Sara Wingen

Class of 2010


  • James Hulley named NSCA Athlete of the Year

    Wrapping up an outstanding career with the track and field team, senior mechanical engineering major and thrower James Hulley was recently named a 2010 National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Athlete of the Year. With this honor, Hulley became recognized as one of the top collegiate athletes in the country for hard work and success in strength training and conditioning. Hulley was al...

    Sports | April 26, 2010
  • ‘Mr. Yuk’ ultimate team trains to be the best

    For many people, Ultimate Frisbee is a rather unknown sport. While the sport may not be as popular as football or basketball, Ultimate players are motivated and extremely hardworking. Carnegie Mellon boasts a pioneering program that has been around since 1975, when only a handful of teams existed in the nation. Competition for Ultimate Frisbee is structured in a tournament style, usually held on t...

    Sports | April 19, 2010
  • Chris Lee finds niche with school and golf

    After leading the past several tournaments for the Tartans’ golf team, senior Chris Lee hopes to place in the top 10 during the remaining two tournaments of the season. Moreover, Lee notes a team goal of repeating the conference title at the University Athletic Association (UAA) tournament at the end of this month. Last season, Lee was an UAA Individual Champion and was given First Team All-UAA ho...

    Sports | April 12, 2010
  • Nate Bussiere, all-star track and field runner

    After finishing fourth in the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference for the indoor season, Carnegie Mellon’s track and field team is forging ahead into outdoor competition. Recently, junior middle distance runner Nate Bussiere was named the UAA’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week. Bussiere finished third in the mile run at the indoor championship meet. He has since stepped up his perf...

    Sports | April 5, 2010
  • Dan Glaser-Garbrick shows rookie success both in and out of the pool

    With the swimming and diving season coming to a close, the Tartans finished second in the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference and sent several athletes to the national meet. After earning All-UAA honors after finishing third in the 200-yard butterfly, first year Dan Glaser-Garbrick continued on to compete at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Swimming and Diving Champ...

    Sports | March 29, 2010