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Golf wins mid-atlantic regional

Rounding out the two day Mid-Atlantic Regional with 614 (306–308) points, the Carnegie Mellon golf team took home its first ever regional invitational.

Rugby wins Cooper Lake Collegiate Plate Classic, ends fall season with 5–1 record

"Carnegie Mellon Rugby Football club steps on the field every game seen as pushovers and walks off the field earning the respect of the opposition and usually a win," said head coach John Elash.

Track, field teams place second, third at W&J

Track and field competed as one of the 13 teams in the Washington & Jefferson College Invitational. Men came in third overall with 85 points and women placed second overall with 117 points.

Men’s tennis defeat Division I Duquesne 4–3, improve to 13–5 record

The 14-ranked men's tennis team had a change of schedule this week, taking a break from the usual dual matches against Division III opponents to win 4–3 against local Division I Duquesne University.

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As a member of the Carnegie Mellon golf team, first-year Michael Cheng has been a top performer in his rookie year, ranking in the upper echelon of competitors...

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