Casey Taylor

Class of 2009


  • Football comes back in fourth quarter to tally win

    There is a variety of sports clichés out there, one of which states that it’s not how you start, but rather how you finish. For the Carnegie Mellon football team Saturday, that cliché was the difference between a hard-earned win and a devastating loss to an inferior squad.

    Sports | October 6, 2008
  • Football defeats Hiram 41–6 home

    In the beginning of the third quarter Saturday, a light drizzle turned into a heavy rain for about 15 minutes, and that was about the only thing that went wrong in Carnegie Mellon’s 41–6 romp over Hiram College. The Tartans dominated on both sides of the ball at Gesling Stadium, outclassing the Terriers of Hiram. The Tartans evened their record at 2–2 with the win, stopping a two-game losing skid ...

    Sports | September 29, 2008
  • Football drops 21–17 decision in home opener

    Two yards and one shove: that was the difference for the Carnegie Mellon football team on Saturday. The Tartans fell to Hobart College during their home opener at Gesling Stadium by a score of 21–16. The Carnegie Mellon record now stands at 1–2, while the Hobart Statesmen remain undefeated at 2-0.

    Sports | September 22, 2008
  • Football drops 19–10 decision at Grove City Saturday, tallies 1–1 record

    Turnovers and a second-half collapse were the story on a humid, rainy Saturday, as the Carnegie Mellon football team suffered a tough road loss, 19–11, to Grove City College. The loss moved the Tartans' record back to 1–1. The Grove City Wolverines scored 16 straight second-half points to pull away in the game and even their record, which also stands at 1–1.

    Sports | September 15, 2008
  • Men’s basketball concludes 2007-08 season as first-time ECAC champions with77–67 win over break

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team won the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) championship for the first time over spring break. Coming into the tournament as second seed overall, the team defeated the Gwynedd-Mercy College Griffins 75–67. The Tartans benefited from a great team effort, but it was junior forward Ryan Einwag who shined brightest during the tournament weekend.

    Sports | March 24, 2008