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Top tennis players outplay competition

Professional tennis in recent years has been plagued by a phenomenon perhaps unique to tennis: players pulling out of tournaments.

Men's tennis wins the GLCA, women's loses to Denison

With their high levels of play this week, the Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s tennis teams showed that they could be major threats at the University Athletic Association (UAA) championships and the NCAA tournament, scheduled for the last few weeks of April.

Track hosted Tri-Meet at Gesling Stadium

The Carnegie Mellon track and field teams had a busy week competing in three meets. Last Tuesday, the Tartans hosted a tri-meet. Over the weekend, the distance runners participated in Bucknell University’s Bison Outdoor Classic, while the rest of the team traveled to Robert Morris University.

Tartans golf takes second at home invitational

Carnegie Mellon men’s golf competed in two events this week, taking fifth place on the road and second place at home.

Carnegie Mellon club crew takes the silver medal at the Knecht Cup

The Carnegie Mellon club rowing team was in Camden County, N.J. this past weekend for the Knecht Cup, hosted by Villanova University. The event is one of the most competitive races of the year for Carnegie Mellon crew.

Lacrosse travel to Indiana for season finale

The Carnegie Mellon men’s lacrosse team concluded its season with two tough games against the Taylor University Trojans and the Tri-State University Thunder.

Baseball falls to West Virginia 5–4

The Carnegie Mellon club baseball team traveled to West Virginia University on Saturday to challenge the Mountaineers to a doubleheader but fell short in both games. The Tartans were coming off a 9–6 loss against Kent State on Thursday.


Demonstrating his more comedic side, Nemerov chatted with The Tartan last week about his thoughts on Carnegie Mellon, athletics, and other miscellaneous categories.

Compubookie predicts 2008 buggy results for men’s and women’s teams

Editor’s Note: Compubookie is a highly sophisticated betting robot that has been predicting Buggy results since 1974. He is in no way affiliated with the Tartan sports staff. We just print this stuff.

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