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Golf wins first ever UAA championship

The Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team claimed its first ever University Athletic Association (UAA) team championship, finishing with a two-day total of 626 (305–321).

Women’s tennis advances to UAA finals, falls to rival Emory

The women’s tennis team competed at the University Athletic Association (UAA) championships hosted by Brandeis University this past weekend. The team fell to Emory in the final.

Track, field host UAA championships; men take second, women take sixth

Track and field teams fought through the stifling heat during the UAA championships which ended with Washington University coming away on top in both the men’s and women’s divisions.


As a past varsity soccer player and current club lacrosse member, not to mention a self-declared intramural enthusiast and buggy pusher, Alyssa Siefert has experienced the gamut of Tartan athletics

What the health?: Ready.... SET... GOALS

Goal setting not only helps a person reach a target, but also may increase the person’s confidence and self-esteem.

Move over Mighty Ducks! Tartans are here

Remember The Mighty Ducks, that heartfelt story about a hotshot lawyer forced to coach the worst peewee hockey team in the league, which was then winds up winning the championship?

On Jackie Robinson: Breaker of baseball’s color barrier honored

April 15 marked the 62nd anniversary of the most monumental event in baseball, and perhaps all of sports history.

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