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Men’s soccer awarded automatic NCAA bid

The Tartans, who finished the regular season at 14–2–1, now have to wait for Monday’s draw to see whom they will play in the NCAA tournament.

Tartans football drops 17–34 decision against Case Western

The Tartan football seniors took the home field on a beautiful fall day for the last time this weekend.

Yankees rightfully reclaim World Series title again

This season, they finally got it right.

Men’s basketball ready to win

The Carnegie Mellon University men’s basketball team has been picked seventh in the 2009–2010 University Athletic Association (UAA) this season.

Women’s basketball starts fresh

“The young and the restless” seems to be the theme for the Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team’s upcoming season.

Swim team to participate in Hour of Power fundraiser

The Carnegie Mellon swim team will be participating in a national swimming event to raise awareness and money for sarcoma research.

Women’s soccer loses 0–5 to Emory

Unfortunately, Emory competed at the top of their game, and the Tartans lost with a final score of 0–5.

Athlete Profile: Jeff Dahlen set to make a big splash

With his swimming season underway, Jeff Dahlen is hopeful that the talent and determination he sees in himself and his teammates will take them far.

Fiber Content: Indoor cardio workouts for the winter: part II

This week’s edition of Fiber Content will expose you to other cardiovascular options besides working out on the treadmill or elliptical.

Athletic Honors

UAA honors for the 2008–2009 academic year included All-America, All-Academic, and All-District honors.

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