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Women’s tennis records nine victories over nationally ranked teams

After winning the ITA National Indoor Championships, the women’s tennis team earned its number-three rank and went on to kick-start a hectic but certainly productive outdoor season with nine wins.

Seven Tartans swim at NCAAs, conclude season strong

Members of the men’s and women’s swimming teams competed in the NCAA Division III championships in Minneapolis, Minn. this weekend and showed well, coming away with strong finishes and honors.

Men’s tennis defeats W&J 8–1, falls to Johns Hopkins 3–6 on the road

The past few weeks have been busy for the Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team, which spent spring break in southern California and won three out of five dual matches.

Golf finishes 22nd at Jekyll Island

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.

Track, field conclude indoor season at UAAs

The men’s track team ended its season one point away from winning the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference meet.

Basketball drops second round NCAA

This year’s season was a monumental one, finishing with a record of 20–7 to tie the most wins in a season for the program and mark the furthest advancement in to the NCAA tournament ever.

Rowing club hit the water, training over break

The Carnegie Mellon Rowing Club traveled down to Camp Bob Cooper in South Carolina for spring break, a week full of intense training in preparation for the following weeks of competition


The Tartan features first-year tennis player Courtney Chin.

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