Sara Wingen

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Jen Larsen shoots for the stars

    Returning to competition after an injury last semester, sophomore Jen Larsen has made determined efforts to help out the Tartans’ women’s basketball team in some close matches. In the first University Athletic Association (UAA) conference game at Emory in Atlanta, Larsen posted a career-high 26 points and nine rebounds, and she as been contributing respectable numbers in more recent games as well....

    Sports | January 18, 2010
  • Ryan Browne strives for perfection

    During the opening round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championship, senior Ryan Browne put up an impressive three goals across the two games, scoring twice against Thomas Moore and clinching the win over Medaille College on a penalty kick. Browne’s performance helped advance the Tartans to the sectionals round of the tournament for the first time in Carnegie Mellon’s history.

    Sports | November 23, 2009
  • Cross country’s Emily Wobb runs on success

    In only her first year at Carnegie Mellon, Emily Wobb is already making the most of life as a busy student athlete. Between balancing the challenging first courses of a major in fine arts and bonding with her dorm-mates over her projects, Wobb has been a top performer for the Tartan women’s cross country team. Earlier this season, Wobb was recognized by the University Athletic Association (UAA) as...

    Sports | November 16, 2009
  • Athlete Profile: Jeff Dahlen set to make a big splash

    With his senior swimming season underway after a victorious showing against Clarion University on Halloween, Jeff Dahlen is hopeful that the talent and determination he already sees in himself and his teammates will take them far. Dahlen was the University Athletic Association (UAA) Champion last season in the 100-yard and 200-yard backstroke and is currently on the A team for the swimmers for the...

    Sports | November 9, 2009
  • Athlete Profile: Pat Lutz

    With one regular season game remaining this season, being No. 9 in the NCAA Division III is a pretty gratifying reward for the hard work of senior Pat Lutz and the determined and skillful Tartan men’s soccer team. Recently, Lutz collected his third UAA Men’s Soccer Athlete of the Week honor, as well as being venerated as the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Player of the Week. Lutz was a...

    Sports | November 2, 2009