Vlad Bouchouev

Class of 2013


  • Men’s soccer looks forward to next season

    Back in the beginning of October, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team seemed to be in cruise control. Having gone an impressive 8–0 in the first month of the season and being ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation, the Tartans looked like they would continue to improve on the successes of the year before. But a tough schedule, injuries, and other unexpected setbacks foiled the Tartans’ aspiration...

    Sports | November 22, 2010
  • Max Tassano already making an impact

    For many, getting admitted to Carnegie Mellon is an accomplishment in itself. The first semester allows recovering victims of senioritis a modest transition from high school to college. But for the first-years on the Carnegie Mellon’s men’s soccer team, coming to college meant business even before the school year began. With such a large pool of players trying out this year, it was clear that not ...

    Sports | November 15, 2010
  • Men’s soccer awaits postseason fate, ends season on a high note

    After a season filled with many ups and downs, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team was able to pull off another victory in its last game of the regular season. The Tartans convincingly defeated the Eagles of Emory University in what proved to be a very one-sided match. The game was a must-win for the Tartans, who needed to beat the No. 12 Emory University in order to have any chance of making to...

    Sports | November 8, 2010
  • Men’s soccer falls to Case Western Reserve

    With only two games left this season, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team now has a tough task of qualifying for the NCAA Championships, having gone only 1–3–1 in conference play so far. Despite home-field advantage typically being a stronghold for the Tartans, the men fell at home to Case Western Reserve University 2–1 last Friday, marking their second loss on the new field.

    Sports | November 1, 2010
  • Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team loses steam

    Having won most of its non-league matches relatively easily, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team is now beginning to feel the tougher end of the season. The Tartans started off the year with a splendid 8–0 run and were ranked as high as No. 2 in the NSCAA/[SLANT12]HendrickCars.com[SLANT12] Division III rankings. However an unexpected loss at the University of Chicago on Oct. 2 was the beginning ...

    Sports | October 25, 2010