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M. lax falls to Princeton, fails to repeat ’05 upset

April 3, 2006 • 537
Sometimes small mistakes can be overcome. But other times, like this weekend, they add up and impact the outcome. “We made a bunch of little mistakes, not holding possession and blowing faceoffs and clears,” attack Chris Kempner ’07 said. “I thought we came out really flat in the first half.” The men’s lacrosse team (3-5, »
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Men’s lax prepares for Tigers

March 31, 2006 • 0
The Yale’s men’s lacrosse team has high hopes of achieving a victory over Princeton in the Tigers’ Ivy opener, as it did last year, but this year the Elis will have to seek victory on the Tigers’ turf. Saturday, the Bulldogs (3-4, 0-2 Ivy) face No. 6 Princeton (4-2, 0-0) in Princeton, N.J. Last year, »
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M. lax rocks Hawks

March 29, 2006 • 0
Coming off tough losses to then-No. 15 Penn and No. 2 Cornell, the men’s lacrosse team needed a strong win. And they got that last night. The Bulldogs (3-4, 0-2 Ivy) dominated the Hartford Hawks (2-6), 13-3, at Johnson Field to end their two-game skid. The Bulldogs had an impressive performance in all areas — »
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Men’s lax falls to No. 2 Big Red

March 27, 2006 • 0
Yale’s men’s lacrosse team put up a good fight against then-No. 2 Cornell, but the Big Red dominated the Bulldogs from the start. “They played a very good game,” Eli faceoff man Dan Kallaugher ’06 said. “I don’t think we played our best game. I think there were times we played well and times we »
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M. lax faces tough test at Cornell

March 24, 2006 • 0
The men’s lacrosse team may be the facing the “sickest of the sickest” this Saturday. “Saturday is a chance at playing a team that could be No. 1 in the country,” midfielder Jonathan Koenig ’08 said. The Elis (2-3, 0-1 Ivy) go up against undefeated No. 3 Cornell (5-0, 0-0), who recently upset No. 2 »
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W. hockey starts 2006 strong

January 9, 2006 • 0
A new year means a fresh start, and the Yale women’s hockey team seems to have taken advantage of the new beginning. Having won only four of their last five games before winter break, the Elis (5-7-3, 2-1-1 ECACHL) launched into 2006 with two wins and one tie, beating Boston College (6-7-4) in a nail-biter »
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Carapiet ’06 takes ICSA title

November 28, 2005 • 0
Most people would expect a vacation in Hawaii to be relaxing. But the three members of the No. 1 women’s sailing team out in the Pacific over Thanksgiving were busy besting their competitors, as they have done for much of the fall. At the ICSA/Vanguard Singlehanded North American Championships, held Nov. 18-20 in Hawaii, Molly »
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W. sailing captures ACCs

November 14, 2005 • 0
With a dramatic comeback, a big upset and an Ivy title conquest on display, most Yalies were focused on the playing fields this weekend. But apparently the Elis can dominate on the water as well as on land. The No. 1 women’s sailing team cruised to the top this weekend, winning the Women’s Atlantic Coast »
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Eli frosh grab 15th at ACCs

November 8, 2005 • 0
The changing leaves on campus may signal the height of fall, but for most of Yale’s freshman sailors, they also mark the end of the season. The Elis finished 15th at the Freshman Atlantic Coast Championships this weekend in Rhode Island with 283 points, with Boston College, Hobart and William Smith, and Charleston taking the »
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Elis end strong preseason

November 1, 2005 • 0
Based on the men’s hockey team’s less-than-stellar record from last year, the rest of the ECAC may not be too worried about the Elis. But the Bulldogs seem to be warming up the ice just right this preseason, and the rest of the conference should be wary. The men’s hockey team said they feel confident »
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Sailing teams falter in snow, winds

October 31, 2005 • 0
The October snow and the accompanying weak winds in Boston proved too much for Eli sailors this weekend. The co-ed sailing team finished ninth with 335 points at the Erwin Schell Trophy regatta held at MIT this weekend. Meanwhile, the women’s team raced through snowflakes on the Charles River to finish sixth with 268 points, »
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Sailing cruises to successes in R.I. and Conn.

October 24, 2005 • 0
Winds might have been too much for some collegiate sailors, but they could not overpower most of the Elis this weekend. The No. 1 women’s sailing team dominated the Stu Nelson Trophy at Connecticut College, the top intersectional women’s event of the weekend, where they took first over Harvard and Dartmouth. At the Hoyt Trophy, »