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Men’s soccer makes NCAA history but falls to Calvin 1–2

If you weren’t at Gesling Stadium last Friday evening, you missed out on a very memorable night at Carnegie Mellon University.

Women’s basketball starts off season with three victories

The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team finished their first week strong with a perfect record of 3–0.

Cross country men finish 12th at NCAAs, Wobb competes for women

The Carnegie Mellon men’s cross country team traveled to Cleveland this past Saturday to compete at the NCAA Division III Championships.

Swimming and diving teams dominate W&L, Rochester

The Carnegie Mellon University swimming and diving team defeated Rochester and W&L in a double dual meet hosted by the Tartans on Saturday.

Ryan Browne strives for perfection

Browne’s performance helped advance the Tartans to the sectionals round of the tournament for the first time in Carnegie Mellon’s history.

Men's basketball splits at Wooster tournament

The Carnegie Mellon University men’s basketball team traveled to Wooster, Ohio to compete in the College of Wooster's Al Van Wie/Rotary Tournament.

Tartan sports more recognized

A top D3 athlete knows that they can compete with some of the top teams in D1, and many of the students at Carnegie Mellon are realizing this as well.

Athletic Honors

Congratulations to all Tartan athletes who have earned these prestigious honors.

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