Carl Glazer Senior Staffwriter

Class of 2015


  • Men’s basketball guarantees winning season, women drop

    In their Friday night double header at home, the Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s basketball teams played in a set of nail bitters that each came down to the final minute. The women were on the wrong side of the late game heroics as they were sunk by a last second basket by the University of Rochester Yellowjackets, and senior guard MacKenzie Boyd’s desperate half-court heave was offline. On the ...

    Sports | February 23, 2015
  • CMU basketball splits final home games of the season

    On Sunday, Carnegie Mellon finished its home basketball season as both the men’s and women’s teams faced off against Emory University during their senior games. While the squads split the midday double header, both teams saw their single season blocks records fall as they closed out their home schedules in front of the Carnegie Mellon faithful.

    Sports | February 23, 2015
  • Away Game Briefs

    Men’s Basketball

    Friday night, the Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team traveled to Brandeis University as they continued their University Athletic Association (UAA) conference play. Despite coming off of a strong home stand where the men went 2–0, the Tartans fell behind in the opening minute and never fully recovered as they went on to lose 68–57.

    Sports | February 16, 2015
  • Swimming

    Starting Thursday, the Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams competed in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships hosted by Emory University. The championships were not only about team placement, but provided a top opportunity for many of the individuals to provisionally qualify for NCAA Division III (DIII) national meet based on the top time of the season, whi...

    Sports | February 16, 2015
  • Away Game Briefs

    Women’s Tennis

    This weekend marked the beginning of the spring season for the seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team. On Friday, the Tartans took on Slippery Rock University at their home indoor facility in Monroeville and won 8–1. The next day, Carnegie Mellon faced off against Division I opponent Duquesne University and fell 6–1.

    Sports | February 9, 2015