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Breaking the Carnegie Mellon triple-jump record as a first-year, Ivana Moses has already made her mark on the school’s track and field program.

Golf ties first at McDaniel Invitational

Michael Cheng led the Carnegie Mellon golf team to a first-place tie with Susquehanna College at the McDaniel Spring Invitational, held at the Bridges Golf Club in Abbottstown, Pa. this past weekend.

Women’s tennis maintains third rank, wins over Grove City, Kenyon

The Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team kept its rock-star season going this past weekend, winning 9–0 Friday at Grove City College before coming back home Saturday to bulldoze Kenyon College 8–1.

Men’s tennis fall 3–6 to Kenyon, rally against Mary Washington 6–3

The Tartans lost 3–6 to Kenyon but rallied Sunday to defeat Mary Washington 6–3. The win over Mary Washington is a first for the Tartans in 15 years.

Doubleheader for crew shows success

The Carnegie Mellon rowing club proved a force to be reckoned with as it recorded strong performances in two 2000-meter races — the Murphy Cup Regatta last Saturday and UAA Regatta yesterday.

Track, field performs strong at meet

The Carnegie Mellon track and field teams kicked off their outdoor seasons by competing in the unscored Washington and Lee-Virginia Military Institute Carnival.

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