Katherine F. Yang Staffwriter

Class of 2011


  • Hall to join other model athletes and appear on NCAA on Campus

    Carnegie Mellon men's soccer team member and business administration senior Jon Hall has been selected to be featured on the September episode of [ITAL]NCAA on Campus[ITAL]. The show is set to air on CBS College Sports on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 9 p.m.

    Sports | August 31, 2009
  • COMMENTARY: Relax, the sun will probably still rise October 5

    Rooting for a losing team is a mighty tricky business. As sports fans, we initially sign up to follow a team through the championship years and the no-chance-at-playoffs years; just as you can’t truly appreciate the good until you’ve had the bad, you can’t truly feel the pure joy of finally bringing home the championship trophy unless you’ve endured many seasons of almosts. But what if you wait an...

    Sports | April 20, 2009
  • Golf finishes 22nd at Jekyll Island

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team spent their spring break at Bonita Bay Country Club in Naples, Fla. playing golf and working on perfecting their techniques.

    Most recently, the Tartans spent this past weekend competing in the Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational held on the par-72 Oleander Course in Jekyll Island, Ga. to finish 21st place out of 27 schools.

    Sports | March 23, 2009
  • COMMENTARY: Cheating is not the way to go, kids

    When Oakland Athletics left fielder Rickey Henderson broke St. Louis Cardinals left fielder Lou Brock’s all-time stolen base record, he concluded his speech with the memorable line, “Today, I am the greatest of all time. Thank you.” The public has mixed reactions to the concluding remark, with many finding it arrogant and disrespectful to Brock. There is no question, however, that Henderson is one...

    Sports | January 26, 2009
  • One for the other hand

    The AFC Championship brutally outlived all the expectations. Three years after the Pittsburgh Steelers won the coveted Lombardi Trophy that sealed head coach Bill Cowher’s place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and sent off veteran running back Jerome Bettis off as a champion, the Steelers are going back to the Super Bowl, this time with second-year head coach Mike Tomlin.

    Sports | January 19, 2009