ATHLETE PROFILE: Chisom Amaechi
After placing third overall for the regular season at the University Athletic Association (UAA) volleyball tournament this past weekend, senior Chisom Amaechi and the rest of the Tartans are eagerly waiting to hear whether or not they received a bid to the NCAA tournament.
As the team holds onto the hope of continuing into post-season play, Amaechi gave The Tartan her insights on maintaining her...Sports | November 10, 2008
ATHLETE PROFILE: Ricky Griffin
Junior Ricky Griffin has accrued numerous athletic and academic honors during his career at Carnegie Mellon, including a recent honor by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), along with several of his teammates.
The men’s soccer team has seen much success so far this season, and with the end of the year fast approaching, Griffin took some time to share his insights on the...Sports | November 3, 2008
ATHLETE PROFILE: Liz Stern
First-year Liz Stern made a place for herself as a lead runner on the Carnegie Mellon cross country team. Winning the home invitational and as the team front runner at the Oberlin College Inter-Regional Rumble, Stern looks to keep up her success as the Tartans head into the last leg of their season with conference and national championships ahead. Last week, Stern shared aspects of her collegiate ...Sports | October 27, 2008
ATHLETE PROFILE: Anthony Ruzga
As a sophomore, fullback Anthony Ruzga has scored in the past five games for Carnegie Mellon and has played a key role for the winning football program so far this season.
The Tartan spoke with Ruzga about living in Pittsburgh and his outlook on the rest of the football season.Sports | October 13, 2008
ATHLETE PROFILE: Anya Rosen
After being honored with her third University Athletic Association (UAA) Women’s Soccer Defensive Athlete of the Week last week, sophomore goalkeeper Anya Rosen has continued to show her goalkeeping prowess in recent games. The Tartans had an impressive 5–1 win over Kenyon College Saturday, improving their record to 4–2–2. Rosen gave The Tartan her take on Carnegie Mellon, her outlook for the rest...Sports | September 29, 2008