Christian D'Andrea Captain Sexy

Class of 2006


  • Athletes of the week

    Volleyball ? Catie Fisher led the Tartans offensively, leading the team in kills consistently throughout their weekend tournament. She helped lead the team to a seventh-place finish at the Fifth Annual Marcia French Memorial Tournament.

    Sports | September 12, 2005
  • American Ale to Yuengling

    It?s Carnival weekend, and that can only signify the start of summer in Pittsburgh. The sun is finally shining, leaves are growing on trees, and soon this city will be hotter and sweatier than Lindsay Lohan doing ? well, pretty much anything. You?re going to need something to drink on these hot days that will still afford you enough money to get that sweet lower-back tattoo for your girlfriend. Th...

    Special | April 18, 2005
  • Men's tennis places seventh in UAAs

    A long drawn-out battle against Brandeis ended the men?s tennis team?s UAA tournament run Saturday. The team lost a tough match, 3?4 to the Judges despite strong efforts in both singles and doubles play. Ultimately, the match came down to a third set tiebreaker between sophomore Jordan Koslosky and the Judges? Adam Sher at fifth singles. When Sher pulled out a marathon victory, it spelled doom fo...

    Sports | April 18, 2005
  • Track teams win at home

    It was a busy week for the track teams, as the men and women found themselves in the midst of three meets in a three day span. On Wednesday, the teams hosted the Carnegie Mellon Invitational, where they defeated local competition. Last Friday, distance runners from the men?s team traveled to Bucknell while others traveled to Robert Morris.
    Wednesday?s meet was by far the smallest of the three, wi...

    Sports | April 18, 2005
  • Women's tennis claims third at UAAs

    Gritty play and determination weren?t enough for the women?s tennis team Saturday, as they lost in the semifinals to 16th-ranked Washington University 3?6. The team was overpowered in singles competition, which made the difference in the match. The loss put the team in the third-place match against Chicago, where they rolled to a 6?3 victory.
    The duo of first-year Amy Staloch and sophomore Mona I...

    Sports | April 18, 2005