Men’s track and field takes second place at UAAs
The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team finished out its season at the Dave Labor and Ed Fry Invitational meets on April 14 and 21, respectively.
At both meets, the athletes worked to improve their performances in preparation for the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship meet, hosted by Carnegie Mellon this past weekend.Sports | April 30, 2012
Men’s track and field wins by 5.5
The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team hosted its annual quad meet this past Saturday. The Tartans finished in first place overall with 171.5 points, followed by Westminster College with 166 points. Penn State Behrend and Washington & Jefferson College both came in third with 161 points.Sports | April 9, 2012
Men’s track and field start outdoor season
“This is the nicest first day of outdoor season we have ever had,” said head coach Dario Donatelli when the men’s track and field team gathered for its first practice this season. Having just finished Indoor University Athletic Association (UAA) with a tie for second place, the Tartans were ready to begin outdoors, with the post-spring break weather in their favor.Sports | March 26, 2012
Swimming and diving at UAA
The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving team traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, last Wednesday and stayed through Saturday for the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship meet. The men’s team took fifth place in the conference, while the women came in third overall.Sports | February 20, 2012
Women’s tennis sweeps 9–0
The Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team was victorious against Slippery Rock University, a Division II school, this past Friday.
It was the first match of the season, and the Tartans won with an overall score of 9–0.
Starting with the No. 3 doubles, first-year pair Clare DuBrin and Bryn Raschke came out with a strong 8–0 win.Sports | February 13, 2012