Sara Wingen

Class of 2010

Articles

  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Ivana Moses

    Breaking the Carnegie Mellon triple-jump record as a first-year, Ivana Moses has already made her mark on the school’s track and field program. Moses is no stranger to holding records, as she is revered in her high school’s hall of fame at Phillips Exeter Academy and has records in the triple jump and 55-meter dash, along with being a gold medalist in 2007 and a silver medalist in 2008 in the trip...

    Sports | March 30, 2009
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Courtney Chin

    Recently honored as the University Athletic Association Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week, first-year Courtney Chin has been an asset to the program’s impressive performance so far this season. Competing in both singles and doubles matches, Chin maintains winning records as the Tartans tennis team finishes out a handful of regular season matches before conference and national playoff competition ...

    Sports | March 23, 2009
  • Basketball drops second round NCAA

    For the Carnegie Mellon’s men’s basketball team, this year’s season was a monumental one, finishing with a record of 20–7 to tie the most wins in a season for the program and mark the furthest advancement in to the NCAA tournament ever. Unfortunately, the Tartans lost to host John Carroll University in the second-round game in a fraction-of-a second heartbreaker that followed some questionable off...

    Sports | March 23, 2009
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Elliott Curtis

    As one of the six graduating Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball seniors, Elliott Curtis has been a significant part of one of the most successful squads in the program’s history. When Curtis isn’t dishing out assists for the Tartans, he stays busy with academics, as well as with teaching a stylish StuCo course called “Sneakerology” and working with his shoe and clothing line, vitaminTHICK. With hope...

    Sports | February 23, 2009
  • ATHLETE PROFILE: Brianne Burton

    Last swim season, sophomore Brianne Burton had a notable rookie entrance with the Tartans. Achieving All-University Athletic Association (UAA) honors in the 200- and 400-yard freestyle relay events and making it to competition at the UAA championships, Burton proves to be a promising contender for future success with the swimming program at Carnegie Mellon. Burton took some time to chat with The T...

    Sports | February 9, 2009