Sara Wingen

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Duke Miller shines on and off the tennis court

    With the snow melted away and spring showing signs of being here for good, Carnegie Mellon’s spring sports season is underway. Notably, the men’s tennis team is currently ranked ninth in the country in Division III. While the team was competing in Claremont, Calif. for their spring break trip, first-year Duke Miller was named the University Athletic Association’s (UAA) Men’s Tennis Athlete of the ...

    Sports | March 22, 2010
  • Brit Phillips, new talent on team

    The Tartan women’s basketball team has had a roller coaster season, starting strong and hitting a few rough patches due to injuries and close-fought contests. One of the peaks of this active season occurred on Feb. 12 in Skibo Gymnasium, as the Lady Tartans took on Emory University in a University Athletic Association (UAA) competition. First-year Brit Phillips sunk a buzzer-beater jump shot to se...

    Sports | March 1, 2010
  • Justin Kurp goes the distance

    While it may seem impossible to even think about track and field with the stadium covered in a thick blanket of snow, the men’s and women’s teams have been making moves indoors. Notably, junior middle-distance runner Justin Kurp finished third at his last meet in the 1000-meter run, a great feat in the midst of the indoor season and in preparation for indoor championships and the upcoming outdoor ...

    Sports | February 22, 2010
  • Brandon Yee, another star on an already sucessful swim team

    While the snowstorm loomed in the forecast, the men's and women's swimming and diving teams continued to work hard indoors in the pool with the end of their regular season quickly approaching. Recently, first-year Brandon Yee was named the University Athletic Association's (UAA) Men's Swimming Athlete of the Week with a notable performance in the meet against Denison University. Yee placed first i...

    Sports | February 15, 2010
  • Alex Hanson, a star swimmer

    With a solid season in the making, the men’s swimming and diving team has had a strong performance from its members so far this year. Currently holding a record of 7–3, the Tartans have one last meet at the University of Pittsburgh next weekend before the conference and national championship competition begins. Last semester, junior Alex Hanson was named the University Athletic Association (UAA) M...

    Sports | February 1, 2010