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Men’s soccer tops Medaille to advance to 3rd round of NCAAs

After overcoming Thomas More 4–2 in the previous round, Carnegie Mellon defeated Medaille College in an epic second-round match.

Men’s soccer wins 4–2, advances to 2nd round of NCAAs

Expectations were high for the men’s soccer team as they went into the NCAA Division III men’s soccer tournament.

Football is defeated by Chicago 7–21 in final game of the season

The Tartans fell to the Maroons with a score of 7–21, putting their season record at 5–5 and their UAA record at 1–2.

Men’s basketball opens season with 65–70 loss to St. John Fisher

The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team hosted their first game on Sunday against St. John Fisher College, losing a close game 65–70.

Men’s swimming and diving takes 1st, women’s lose 138–158

The Tartans swimming and diving team competed at Grove City. The women fell while the men were able to pull out a win with a score of 176–124.

Good behavior on the court is secondary to producing wins

Women’s college soccer made headlines with a five-minute montage of University of New Mexico defender Elizabeth Lambert attacking her opponents.

Cross country competes at Mideast Regional

On Saturday, the Carnegie Mellon cross country team competed in the Mideast Regional in Bethlehem, Pa. hosted by Muhlenberg College.

Cross country’s Emily Wobb runs on success

In only her first year at Carnegie Mellon, Emily Wobb is already making the most of life as a busy student athlete.

Athletic Honors

Men's soccer, volleyball, and football earned honors this week.

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