Carnegie Mellon Tartans

All times Eastern
Overall: 9-16 - Conference: 3-11
11/18 vs. Elmira W, 70-59 BX
11/19 vs. Mount Union L, 74-54 BX RC
@ Pittsburgh, Pa.
11/22 at Grove City W, 73-43 BX
11/26 at Denison L, 63-58 BX
@ Cleveland, Ohio
11/27 vs. Kenyon L, 87-72 BX
@ Cleveland, Ohio
11/30 vs. Baldwin-Wallace • L, 50-47 BX RC
12/4 vs. Penn State-Altoona W, 94-46 BX
12/9 vs. Oberlin W, 69-46 BX
12/10 vs. Point Park L, 56-54 BX
1/3 at Allegheny W, 61-54 BX RC
1/7 at Case Western Reserve * • L, 63-51 BX RC
1/10 vs. La Roche W, 58-57 BX
1/13 vs. Chicago * • L, 81-44 BX RC
1/15 vs. Washington U. * • L, 80-68 BX RC
1/20 at Emory * • L, 59-55 BX
1/22 at Rochester * • L, 74-29 BX RC
1/27 at New York University * • W, 65-48 BX
1/29 at Brandeis * • L, 67-56 BX RC
2/3 vs. New York University * • L, 68-57 BX RC
2/5 vs. Brandeis * • W, 65-56 BX RC
2/10 at Chicago * • L, 95-46 BX RC
2/12 at Washington U. * • L, 86-74 BX RC
2/17 vs. Emory * • L, 83-60 BX
2/19 vs. Rochester * • W, 67-62 BX RC RC
2/25 vs. Case Western Reserve * • L, 57-43 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 9-16 - Conference: 3-11
1/7 at Case Western Reserve * • L, 63-51 BX RC
1/13 vs. Chicago * • L, 81-44 BX RC
1/15 vs. Washington U. * • L, 80-68 BX RC
1/20 at Emory * • L, 59-55 BX
1/22 at Rochester * • L, 74-29 BX RC
1/27 at New York University * • W, 65-48 BX
1/29 at Brandeis * • L, 67-56 BX RC
2/3 vs. New York University * • L, 68-57 BX RC
2/5 vs. Brandeis * • W, 65-56 BX RC
2/10 at Chicago * • L, 95-46 BX RC
2/12 at Washington U. * • L, 86-74 BX RC
2/17 vs. Emory * • L, 83-60 BX
2/19 vs. Rochester * • W, 67-62 BX RC RC
2/25 vs. Case Western Reserve * • L, 57-43 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)

2011-12

Chicago 14-0 27-1
Washington U. 10-4 21-6
Emory 9-5 18-7
Rochester 8-6 19-6
Case Western Reserve 8-6 15-10
Carnegie Mellon 3-11 9-16
New York University 2-12 10-15
Brandeis 2-12 9-16

Past Records

2012-13 (13-13, 5-9 UAA)
2011-12 (9-16, 3-11 UAA)
2010-11 (2-23, 0-14 UAA)
2009-10 (9-16, 2-12 UAA)
2008-09 (5-20, 0-14 UAA)
2007-08 (7-18, 0-14 UAA)
2006-07 (8-17, 2-12 UAA)

Team Quick Facts

Coach: Jacquie Hullah
Conference: UAA

Carnegie Mellon

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 5609
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Colors: Cardinal, White
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Skibo Gym (1100)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

January 31, 2014
Friday wrap: Amherst falls; Williams and Wash U. rally
No. 7 Washington University and No. 11 Williams rallied from late second-half deficits, but No. 3...
January 31, 2014
Carnegie Mellon Holds Home Court, Upset #20 New York 71-68
Senior Jacquie Shaw scored a season-high 20 points and scored what ended up as the winning points,...
November 21, 2013
Murphy's Double-Double Leads Tartans to 4-0 Start
Freshman Lisa Murphy (McLean, Va./McLean) had a career night leading the Carnegie Mellon University...
January 5, 2013
Career Day by Gabrielle West Propels Tartans to UAA Victory over Case Western
A career day by sophomore Gabrielle West propelled the Carnegie Mellon University women's basketball...
November 28, 2012
Carnegie Mellon Holds Second Straight Opponent Under 30 Points in 61-29 Victory
The Carnegie Mellon University women's basketball team won its fourth straight game Wednesday night...
April 27, 2011
CMU hires former Dartmouth head coach
Carnegie Mellon has named Jacquie Hullah as head coach of the women’s basketball program....
March 16, 2011
Carnegie Mellon women's coach resigns
Gerri Seidl reached 275 career wins at Carnegie Mellon this year, but is within 10 losses of 400 as...

What We're Reading

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  • »D-I eyes 2016 for combined Final Four
  • While much remains to be done to coordinate having all three women's basketball championship divisions participate at the same site, the committee endorsed this taking place as early as 2016 in Indianapolis.