Rae Wen Shee

Class of 2011


  • Women’s basketball concludes regular season play with loss to Rochester

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team finished the season at the University of Rochester this past Saturday and fell to the Yellowjackets in a devastating 52–103 loss. This moves the team’s record to 5–20 overall and 0–14 in the University Athletic Association. The team graduates three seniors, Corey Innes, Stacie Aleski, and Colleen Light, who conclude their collegiate career in the last st...

    Sports | March 2, 2009
  • Women’s basketball trumps Oberlin, 52–47, away

    Last Monday, the Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team traveled to Oberlin College to take on the Yeowomen. In a tight contest, the Tartans used strong defense to come up victorious, 52–47. Then the Tartans played host to the University of Chicago on Friday and Washington University in St. Louis on Sunday. Chicago, however, proved too strong as the Tartans fell 66–38. With that, the Tartans drop...

    Sports | January 26, 2009
  • Women's basketball fights hard against Rochester

    The Carnegie Mellon University women’s basketball team ended its season with a close loss to the University of Rochester Yellow Jackets, 49–55, last Saturday.

    Sports | March 3, 2008
  • Women’s basketball drops games at NYU, Brandeis

    The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team capped off a disappointing week of University Athletic Association (UAA) action with losses to the New York University Violets Friday and the Brandeis University Judges Sunday last week. The losses dropped the Tartans record to 7–15 overall and 0–11 in UAA play.
    “Right now we are working to improve our shooting percentage and transition defense,” said j...

    Sports | February 18, 2008
  • Women’s basketball losses in Chicago and St. Louis

    Poor shooting cost the Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team two matches in the past week; the team lost to the Washington University (Mo.) Bears 37–64 Friday and to the University of Chicago Maroons 38–67 Sunday. Carnegie Mellon is now 7–13 for the year and 0–9 in University Athletic Association (UAA) play. The Bears improve to 14–5 and 6–2 in the UAA, and the Maroons improve to 15–5 and 6–3, r...

    Sports | February 11, 2008