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Brian Harvey becomes an All-American for a Third Time

Carnegie Mellon University junior Brian Harvey (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) became an All-American for the second straight year on the track for the men's track and field team after his finish at the 2008 Division III Track and Field Championships held at Ohio Northern University.
Harvey crossed the line fourth in the mile run for his highest finish ever at the championships and earned his second straight All-America honor and third overall as a Tartan.
Posted by CMU SID on 03-18-2008

Harvey Qualifies for Finals, Tang Stumbles out of Blocks

Junior distance runner Brian Harvey (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) of Carnegie Mellon University's men's track and field team made his way to the finals of the mile run at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio.
Harvey, who finished eighth in the mile run last year at the championships, has the second best time after the preliminaries and will join nine others in the finals on Saturday afternoon.

Senior Eric Tang (Alhambra, Calif./Dunn School) also competed at the championships but was unable to make the finals of the 55-meter dash as he sprinted to a 6.63 finish. Eric stumbled out of the blocks at the start which hurt his chances for finishing in the top 8 dramatically.
Posted by on 03-18-2008

Xiao "Eric" Tang and Brian Harvey Qualify for NCAA Division III Nationals

Junior Brian Harvey (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) and senior Eric Tang (Alhambra, Calif./Dunn School) have qualified for the 2008 NCAA Men
Posted by CMU SID on 03-18-2008

Men Finish 3rd @ UAA Championships

The Carnegie Mellon University men's indoor track and field team finished third at the University Athletic Association Indoor Track and Field Championships behind three first place finishes on Saturday. The Tartans finished with 93 points while the University of Chicago used a big second day to finish as champions with 120 points.
Senior Eric Tang (Alhambra, Calif./Dunn School) broke the school record in the 55 meter dash with an NCAA provisional time of 6.38 on his way to the title and was just .02 seconds off the automatic qualifying mark. Junior Brian Harvey (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) also provisionally qualified for the NCAA Championships with a victory in the mile and a time of 4:15.82. The last Tartan to win a title on Saturday was senior Scott Fortune (Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel) who finished the 800 meter run in a time of 1:55.97.

Tang broke another school record with his fourth place finish in the triple jump as he leaped 13.71m. Junior Chris Fornataro (Ellwood City, Pa./Riverside) earned a point for the Tartans with his sixth place finish in the shot put (12.84) while sophomore Chris Bridgman (Casselberry, Fla./Lyman) also finished sixth in the pole vault as he vaulted to 4.20m.

Sophomore Chris Bogie (Darien, Conn.) was the last individual to finish in the top six as he crossed fifth in the 400 meter dash with a time of 52.35 and the 4x400 relay team of freshman Casey Piper (Butler, Pa.), freshman Nate Bussiere (Canton, Conn.), Bogie and Fortune finished third to earn All-UAA honors with a time of 3:28.35.
Posted by CMU SID on 03-18-2008

Diane Mattingly leads the Tartans with an UAA 400m Title on 2nd Day

Carnegie Mellon University's women's indoor track and field team completed competition at the University Athletic Association Championships with a sixth place finish on Saturday, March 8 at Case Western Reserve University. The Tartans earned all 18 of their points during the final days competition. The University of Chicago nipped Washington University in St. Louis for the title by three points, 151-148.
Junior Sami Simmons (West Chester, Pa./Henderson) earned the Tartans first point with a sixth place finish in the triple jump leaping 10.68m. Sophomore Diane Mattingly (Leonardtown, Md.) broke her own school record in the 400 meter dash as she became a UAA Champion with a time of 59.35.

Freshman Laura McKee (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron) finished sixth in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:28.50 and the 4x400 meter relay team earned All-UAA with a third place finish of 4:10.05. The team consisted of Simmons, senior Shauna Ormon (Rochester, N.Y./Wilson Magnet), Mattingly and freshman Courtney Baker (Fairfax, Va./Nashoba Regional).
Posted by CMU SID on 03-18-2008

Women's T&F Team Compete on 1st day of UAA Championships

The Carnegie Mellon University women
Posted by CMU SID on 03-18-2008

Tartans Lead UAA after 1st Day

Carnegie Mellon University men
Posted by CMU SID on 03-18-2008

Clayton Named All-Academic for Women's XC

Carnegie Mellon University's Carolyn Clayton (Northampton, Mass.) was named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches' Association's (USTFCCCA) All-Academic team which was announced late Monday. To be eligible for the honor each student-athlete must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and finish in the top 25 percent of the field at the NCAA regional meet.

Clayton, a junior, finished 63rd at the Mideast Regional meet on November 10 with a personal best time of 23.42 as she led the Tartans to their 16th place finish. She earns the All-Academic award for the first time.
Posted by CMU SID on 02-28-2008

Misek, Harvey, Allera named XC All-Academic

Three Carnegie Mellon University men's cross country athletes were named All-Academic by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches' Association
Posted by CMU SID on 02-28-2008

Carnegie Mellon’s Harvey Honored by UAA

Feb. 26 - (ROCHESTER, N.Y.)
Posted by CMU SID on 02-27-2008