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Swimming to compete in UAA Championship

The Carnegie Mellon women’s swimming and diving team hosted and won an invitational on Friday, scoring 592 points. The men's team defeated Clarion and Duquesne but narrowly missed beating Denison after the last relay was disqualified due to a false start.

Men’s basketball trumps #1 Washington University

The Tartans got right back into the league title mix by knocking off University of Chicago Maroons on Friday night and upsetting the Washington University Bears on Sunday.

Tennis starts season off with three strong wins

The Carnegie Mellon tennis teams started off their spring seasons with a bang this weekend. Saturday, the fifth-ranked women's team routed Division II Slippery Rock University 8–1 and Penn State Erie’s Behrend College 9–0. Yesterday, the 14th-ranked men's team was equally impressive in defeating Division II Mercyhurst College 8–1.

Track and field competes in State Farm Games

The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams traveled to West Virginia University to compete at the State Farm Games on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Women's basketball defeated twice at Skibo

The University of Chicago defeated the Tartans 84–53 on Friday night, and the Washington University (Mo.) edged the Tartans 54–47 on Sunday afternoon. Carnegie Mellon now stand at 7-11 overall and 0-7 in the University Athletic Association (UAA).

Golden Age of basketball has arrived

Women's college basketball is showcasing some of the most talented female athletes ever to play the game. Call it the Golden Age of the sport.


The Tartan interviewed Andy Douglass, a captain of the Tartan swim team, on what it’s like to be a scholar athlete at Carnegie Mellon and his thoughts on the conclusion of his collegiate athletic career.

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