The Carnegie Mellon University football team hosted the Bearcats of Saint Vincent College on Saturday and came away with a 42-27 win. Carnegie Mellon is now 2-1 overall and 1-1 in Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) play while Saint Vincent moves to 0-4 and 0-3.
The Carnegie Mellon University volleyball team finished its home DoubleTree Invitational with a clean slate, earning two more victories on Saturday, September 22. The Tartans opened the day with a 3-0 victory against previously undefeated University of Mount Union before closing the night with a 3-0 win against the University of Mary Washington. The Tartans improved to 10-5 after four weekend victories.
The Carnegie Mellon University men's tennis team prepared for the upcoming ITA Southeast Regional with a home invitational against Duquesne University on Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22. The Tartans won 25 of 35 matches for the weekend with senior Chaz Downing (Newport Beach, Calif. / Corona Del Mar), senior Vayum Arora (Fremont, Calif. / Mission San Jose) and sophomore Ray Boppana (Boxborough, Mass. / Acton Boxborough Regional) leading the group with four wins apiece.
The Carnegie Mellon University women's volleyball team opened the CMU DoubleTree Invitational on Friday with two wins. The Tartans started the night with a 3-0 win against Marietta College before topping Kean University, 3-0. The Tartans are now 9-5 on the season.
Junior Ryan Casey (Marina del Rey, Calif. / Polytechnic) scored twice for the 10th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University women's soccer team in Friday evening's 4-0 victory at home against Washington and Jefferson College. The Tartans are now 5-1-1 for the season while the Presidents dropped to 2-4-1.
Two first half goals pushed the 10th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University men's soccer team to a 2-0 victory at Grove City College on Friday, September 21. The Tartans have won five straight and are now 6-0-1 for the season.
Carnegie Mellon University's volleyball team hosted the Barons of Franciscan University Tuesday night on the hardwood of Skibo Gymnasium and swept the match winning all three sets by the score of 25-9. The win is the fifth straight for the Tartans and moves their recorded to 7-5 while Franciscan is now 1-13.
The Carnegie Mellon University men's golf team competed in the final round of the 54-hole NCAA Division III Preview held at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky on Tuesday afternoon. The Tartans carded a 301 during Tuesday’s round to finish sixth in a field of 18 teams with an 894 (307-286-301) on the par-72, 7,190-yard course.
Junior libero Kayla Yew (San Francisco, Calif./Sacred Heart Cathedral) of the Carnegie Mellon University volleyball team was named University Athletic Association (UAA) Athlete of the Week. Yew helped the Tartans to a 4-0 mark last week.
Freshman James Pak (Palisades Park, N.J./Bergen Catholic) of the Carnegie Mellon University men’s golf team was named University Athletic Association (UAA) Men’s Golf Athlete of the Week following his performance at the Carnegie Mellon Fall Shootout. Pak helped the Tartans 'B' Team to a fourth-place showing at the 14-team event.
The 14th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University men’s soccer team won its fifth match of the year when an 8-1 score toppled Allegheny College on Monday, September 17. With this game, the Tartans’ record moves to 5-0-1 as the Gators move to 3-4-0.
The Carnegie Mellon University men's golf team competed at the opening day of the 2018 NCAA Division III Preview held at the par-72, 7,190-yard Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky. The 54-hole event is being hosted by Transylvania University. The Tartans currently are tied for second place in a field of 18 teams after carding a 36-hole score of 593 on Monday. The Cardinal and Gray opened play with a 307 and the followed with a round of 286 in the afternoon.
The Carnegie Mellon University women's golf team hosted the 36-hole Carnegie Mellon Fall Shootout on Saturday and Sunday at The Links at Spring Church in Apollo, Pennsylvania. The Tartans carded a school record round of 301 Sunday to finish with a school record two-round total of 617 (316-301) to win the 10-team event on the 5,830-yard, par-74 course.
The Carnegie Mellon University men's golf team hosted the 36-hole Carnegie Mellon Fall Shootout on Saturday and Sunday at The Links at Spring Church in Apollo, Pennsylvania. Carnegie Mellon enter a’ B’ and ‘C’ Team into the shootout, as the Tartans will compete at the 2018 NCAA Division III Preview on Monday and Tuesday at Keene Trace Golf Club in Lexington, Kentucky.
Senior quarterback Alex Cline (Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Jerome) passed for a school record 410 yards, as the Carnegie Mellon University football dropped a 36-14 road contest to 13th-ranked Washington & Jefferson Saturday night in Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) play. Cline broke a 25-year old record which was held by Chris Dee, who passed for 379 yards at Rochester September 18, 1993. The Tartans move to 1-1, 0-1 while W&J remains unbeaten at 3-0, 2-0.
Junior Vinaya Rao (Vernon Hills, Ill. / Adlai E. Stevenson) and sophomore Melissa Strome (West Bloomfield, Mich. / West Bloomfield) were crowned doubles champions at the Hall of Fame ITA Grass Court Invitational on Saturday, September 15. The two played in the finals of the Bueno/Court Flight.
The 22nd-ranked Carnegie Mellon University women’s cross country team repeated as champions of the Allegheny College Classic on Saturday morning. The women defeated a field of competitive teams including Case Western Reserve University, Allegheny College, and Waynesburg University.
The 13th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University men’s cross-country team was the definitive champion at the Allegheny College Classic on Saturday, September 15. The men’s team finished with eight runners in the top 15 to record their second consecutive win this season and second consecutive win at Allegheny.
The 10th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University women's soccer team hosted fifth-ranked Messiah College on Saturday, September 15, falling to the Falcons, 4-1. The Tartans move to 4-1-1 for the year while Messiah advances to 5-1.
The Carnegie Mellon University volleyball team continued play at the Muhlenberg College Quad on Saturday with wins over SUNY Cortland and Franklin & Marshall College. The pair of victories extends the Tartans win streak to four, as they improve to 6-5 on the young season. The Cardinal and Gray started the day with a straight set win over Cortland, winning 25-8, 25-22, 25-16 before topping F&M 3-1 (25-23, 22-25, 25-18, 25-22).
A goal in the final two minutes propelled the 14th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University men's soccer team to a 2-1, come-from-behind win, at Westminster College Friday night. The Tartans, who gained entrance to the national rankings this week, are now 4-0-1 for the year while Westminster falls to 4-2.
The Carnegie Mellon University volleyball team opened play at the Muhlenberg College Quad with a five-set win over the host Mules. The Tartans won by the scores of 24-26, 25-23, 25-23, 23-25, 16-14 to move to 4-5 on the season. Muhlenberg is now 8-2.
Four members of the Carnegie Mellon University women's tennis team opened play at the Hall of Fame ITA Grass Court Invitational on Friday, September 14 in Newport, Rhode Island, with both doubles teams winning their first matches.
On Tuesday, September 11, The Career & Professional Development Center (CPDC) partnered with the Athletics department to host a Student-Athlete & Employer Networking session from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Legacy Plaza.
The Carnegie Mellon University women’s tennis team will participate in the 2018 Hall of Fame Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Grass Court Invitational on September 14-16 in Newport, Rhode Island. The three-day event will be held on the historic Bill Talbert Stadium Court and additional grass courts at the International Tennis Hall of Fame, all of which have hosted many of the sport’s greatest tennis legends over the years.
The 10th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University women’s soccer team topped Grove City College at home on Wednesday, September 12 by a 2-0 score. The unbeaten Tartans are now 4-0-1 while the Wolverines dropped to 2-3.
The Carnegie Mellon University volleyball team traveled to Latrobe, Pennsylvania on Tuesday and left with a 3-0 win over the Bearcats of Saint Vincent College. The Tartans move to 3-5 on the year while the Bearcats are now 3-6.
Freshman placekicker Brandon Nguyen (Maitland, Fla./Lake Highland Preparatory) of the Carnegie Mellon University football team was recognized by the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) as Special Teams Player of the Week following his play in the Tartans’ 31-7 win over the University of Rochester this past Saturday. The Tartans also swept the University Athletic Association (UAA) weekly awards, as Nguyen was named Special Teams Athlete of the Week, senior cornerback Ethan Anderson (McMurray, Pa./Peters Township) received the defensive award and senior running back Rory Hubbard (Rolling Hills Estates, Calif./Palos Verdes Peninsula) the offensive accolade.