Adam Gruber Staffwriter

Class of 2013


  • 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
  • Women's track and field finishes second

    On a sunny Saturday in the Steel City, the Carnegie Mellon women’s track and field team hosted its first meet of the season. Penn State Behrend, Washington & Jefferson College, and Westminster College were all in attendance, with Westminster winning the meet just 4.5 points ahead of the Tartans.

    Sports | April 9, 2012
  • Athlete Profile: Kasey LaMothe

    Even after herniating two discs in her lower back and tearing her psoas muscle, junior Kasey LaMothe returned to the volleyball court. “It is extremely hard coming back from an injury. Besides the mental issues, it is hard to get your body back in shape after being out for so long,” LaMothe said.

    Sports | April 2, 2012
  • Tartan golf wins Titan Invitational

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team won the 2012 Titan Invitational hosted by Westminster College at the New Castle Country Club on Monday. Led by sophomore Ian Bangor, who was the top individual medalist at the event, the Tartans scored 313 to beat second-place Clarion University by nine strokes.

    Sports | April 2, 2012
  • Men’s track and field athletes set several personal bests

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team competed at the Washington and Jefferson Invitational last Saturday. It was the team’s throwers and distance runners that were the most successful in Washington, Pa.

    Sports | April 2, 2012