Adam Gruber Staffwriter

Class of 2013


  • Tartan football the victor at Cancer Awareness Game

    The Tartans won the Cindy Lackner Memorial Football Game 41–21.

    Football fans dressed in pink to honor the late wife of head coach Rick Lackner and to support finding a cure for breast cancer at the team’s home game against the Denison University Big Red on Saturday.

    “It was great to be able to dedicate this game to coach’s wife and come with a win,” senior cornerback Sam Thompson said.

    Sports | October 8, 2012
  • Women’s tennis clobbers Oberlin College, winning 8–1

    The women’s tennis team dominated Oberlin College on Friday, winning eight of its nine matches. Luckily, the weather channel was wrong and the rain held off. The day proved to be the perfect weather for tennis; it was 70 degrees and partly cloudy by the time the Tartans took to the court. Carnegie Mellon won all six singles matches and took two of the three doubles matches at the team’s last match...

    Sports | October 8, 2012
  • Martin exceeds first-year expectations

    The women’s tennis team made its yearly trip to Fredericksburg, Va., where they played in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Southeast Regional Championships, hosted by the University of Mary Washington. The Tartans were competing for spots in the ITA Small College Championships, hosted in Mobile, Ala.; however, the team did not have any women qualify this year. Nevertheless, the ITA Reg...

    Sports | October 1, 2012
  • Football suffers first loss of the season at Wabash

    The Tartan football team tried to keep its undefeated streak alive Saturday when playing the No. 17-ranked Wabash College Little Giants in Crawfordsville, Ind. After a tremendous first quarter, in which the Tartans jumped out to a 21–7 lead, the Little Giants played big and took the game from Carnegie Mellon, 54–28.

    Sports | October 1, 2012
  • Tartan offense explodes for 51 points, team now 4–0

    The Tartans looked dominant on the turf at Gesling Stadium again, clobbering the DePauw University Tigers on Saturday by a score of 51–28. The 51-point offensive outburst helped the Tartans reach a total record of 4–0 for the season.

    Sports | September 24, 2012