Jeremy King

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  • Tiger’s infamy is only temporary

    Prior to a couple of months ago, professional golfer Tiger Woods was recognized as the best golfer in the world, and possibly the best golfer of all time. Then, in the early morning of Nov. 27, 2009, Woods was involved in a minor car accident, but the details of what caused the accident were not released. A few weeks later, it was discovered that the accident took place while Woods was fleeing fro...

    Sports | January 18, 2010
  • Women’s tennis has high goals

    After coming off a strong fall season, the Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team looks to continue its success in an always-challenging spring season. The Tartans are currently ranked number six in the country, coming off an undefeated fall that featured a variety of accolades.
    Last year, the team finished the season with a 21–3 record, earned its first showing in the history of Carnegie Mellon at ...

    Sports | January 18, 2010
  • Tartan sports more recognized

    When the average individual thinks about college sports, often Division I powerhouse teams such as University of North Carolina or the University of Pittsburgh come to mind. Division III sports receive no respect because many people believe that Division III is merely for athletes who couldn’t make a Division I team. However, any top D3 athlete knows that they can compete with some of the top team...

    Sports | November 23, 2009
  • Yankees rightfully reclaim World Series title again

    As I watched the New York Yankees celebrate their 27th World Championship at around 11:30 p.m. last Wednesday, I couldn’t help but think, “It’s about time.” It had been nine years since the Yankees last won the World Series, and those nine years were probably the most frustrating nine years of my life. For the last decade, the “Bronx Bombers” have been throwing money at big-name players in the hop...

    Sports | November 9, 2009