Adam Gruber Staffwriter

Class of 2013


  • Ian Bangor shoots one for the books

    Sophomore Ian Bangor was the winner of the Tartans’ Spring Invitational last Thursday, shooting a one-over-par 71 at the Longue Vue Club. This win is Bangor’s sixth, becoming the Carnegie Mellon all-time wins leader. Since Bangor has a few years at Carnegie Mellon, there are still plenty of chances left for him to add to that total.

    Sports | April 30, 2012
  • Women’s track and field hosts UAAs

    The University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships were held this past weekend at Gesling Stadium. The women’s track and field team finished fifth out of seven teams with 62 points. Emory University came out as the victor of the UAA Championships with 226.5 points.

    Sports | April 30, 2012
  • First-round NBA Playoff predictions feature no upsets

    And then there were 16. The 2012 NBA Playoffs, after the shortened regular season which seemed to dash to the finish line, are now here. Since each team needs 16 wins to receive an NBA title, the playoffs feel like a whole new season. The long journey to the precipice of the best league in the world began last Saturday. But let’s talk first-round predictions. I’m sorry to inform you, but I don’t s...

    Sports | April 30, 2012
  • Women’s track and field competes in two invites

    Carnegie Mellon’s women’s track and field team have competed at invitationals the past two weekends, setting several season bests and career highs.

    Sports | April 23, 2012
  • Hockey to lose four seniors

    After an unexpected playoff run for Carnegie Mellon club hockey, the team bids farewell to its graduating teammates: senior center Chaten Boscha, senior goalie Torrey Brenner, senior forward Ephraim Hathaway, and senior defenseman Dan Behmke. The team is losing its offensive firepower in Boscha and Hathaway as well as its dominant defense in Brenner and Behmke.

    Sports | April 23, 2012