Carl Glazer Senior Staffwriter
On Saturday, the Carnegie Mellon Football team played at Bethany College.
Junior quarterback Andrew Hearon ran for a touchdown before The Tartans faltered. The defense let up 19 straight points, and the offense averaged less than 3.5 yards a play and turned the ball over twice for the game. The team fell 19–7.Sports | October 13, 2014
CMU soccer splits matches
The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s soccer teams hosted Washington University in St. Louis on Saturday, as they each continued University Athletic Association (UAA) play.Sports | October 13, 2014
Men’s and women’s tennis win all three weekend matches
This weekend, the Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s tennis teams both played at home at the indoor facility in Monroeville.
On Friday, the women’s team took on Oberlin College as it returned to the duel format after last playing in an individual format.Sports | October 6, 2014
The Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team started their University Athletic Association (UAA) schedule on Saturday when they traveled to Chicago to face off against the University of Chicago Maroons. The two teams each came into the game with six wins and looked even.Sports | October 6, 2014
Beginning Sept. 20, the Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team participated in the USTA-ITA Southeast Regional Women’s Tennis Championships. Unlike the standard team format, each player or pair advances individually. On Sept. 20, the Tartans had four individuals advance on to the round of sixteen in addition to two doubles pairing advancing to the quarterfinals.Sports | September 29, 2014