Sara Wingen

Class of 2010

Articles

  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Diane Mattingly

    As the school record holder for the 400-meter dash, sophomore Diane Mattingly is already making her mark at Carnegie Mellon on the women’s track and field team. The Tartan sat down with Mattingly as she discussed her interesting start in running races and her challenges as a scholar-athlete.

    Sports | April 7, 2008
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Howard Smith

    Making the All-Tournament Team at the Grenelefe Webber International Tournament over spring break, senior Howard Smith attributes much of his lifestyle to the game of golf, one of the few varsity sports that spans both semesters. Smith discussed his sentiments regarding his academic and athletic experiences at Carnegie Mellon as his Tartan career comes to a close.

    Sports | March 31, 2008
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Anna Kochalko

    As the swim teams completed their seasons over the past few weeks at the University Athletic Association meet and at nationals, senior co-captain Anna Kochalko has been quite successful in her career as a scholar athlete. Earning a school record in the 200-yard butterfly and multiple UAA honors during her four years at Carnegie Mellon, Kochalko talked to The Tartan about her views on the swim prog...

    Sports | March 24, 2008
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Brian Harvey

    With the end of the indoor season rapidly approaching, junior distance runner Brian Harvey has collected UAA Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week honors and set two school records, one in the 5000-meter run and one in the mile event.

    Sports | March 3, 2008
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Greg Gonzalez

    With just one regular-season game left, graduate student Greg Gonzalez has seen a lot of action during his time in Skibo Gymnasium. After red-shirting due to an injury last season, Gonzalez has returned to the court, acquiring UAA honors and double-double statistics in rebounding and scoring. As co-captain, Gonzalez reflected on life at Carnegie Mellon both on and off the hardwood.

    Sports | February 25, 2008