Alex Horowitz Staffwriter
...Sports | November 7, 2005
Competing at the UAA Championship tournament held at Brandeis University this weekend, the fourth-seeded women?s volleyball team went 2?3, ultimately placing fourth in the eight-team bracket. On the first day of the tournament, the Tartans advanced to the semifinals with a 2?1 mark, only to fall to two of the toughest teams in the nation on Saturday.
Carnegie Mellon opened the University Athletic...Sports | November 7, 2005
Volleyball wins 3 out of 4 at UAA tournament
Playing in their second and final UAA round-robin tournament of the season, the women?s volleyball team took three of four from their competition at Washington University in St. Louis. With victories against Brandeis, Case Western, and Rochester, the Tartans upped their conference record to 4?3, putting them in fourth place in the University Athletic Association standings. The team?s final placing...Sports | October 31, 2005
Women's volleyball loses to Washington
The women?s volleyball team lost their first UAA round-robin game on Saturday, falling to the Washington University in St. Louis Bears in three matches. The game, part of the first University Athletic Association (UAA) round-robin tournament, was played at Case Western Reserve University, and ended the Tartans? winning streak at nine games. The loss came days after outside hitter Catie Fisher was ...Sports | October 3, 2005
The women?s volleyball team beat Marietta College at home on Tuesday, and then swept their second consecutive tournament over the weekend, winning all four of their matches at the 2005 Carnegie Mellon Crossover. With the victories, the Tartans now stand at 12?5 on the season, after beginning the year with a 3?5 stretch.
In their first home match, Carnegie swept Marietta College: 30?16, 30?22, and...Sports | September 26, 2005