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Bulldogs’ race for Ivy title over after five-game loss to Big Red

November 5, 2007 • 0
One loss and the Ivy League title has slipped out of the volleyball team’s grasp. The Bulldogs (14-6, 8-3 Ivy) fell to two-time defending conference champion Cornell (8-14, 4-7) on Saturday night in a tough five-game match (27-30, 30-19, 28-30, 30-19, 14-16). The Bulldogs had first defeated Columbia (3-20, 0-11 Ivy) for their sixth straight »
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Volleyball regains hold on second place

October 29, 2007 • 0
With five conference wins in a row, the Bulldogs only need to win another five to have a chance of beating out Princeton for the Ivy title. The volleyball team (13-5, 7-2 Ivy) won both of their matches in the John J. Lee Amphitheater against Harvard (7-15, 2-8) and Dartmouth (13-7, 6-4) over the weekend. »
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Volleyball’s close losses lead to split

October 15, 2007 • 0
Another hard-fought weekend on the road has the volleyball team still in the running for the league title. The Bulldogs (9-5, 3-2 Ivy) first played Princeton (13-3, 5-0) on Friday night and lost an extremely close match, with three of the four games running into overtime. The Tigers dominated when the play went beyond regulation, »
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Ozurovich fills the Perlebach void

October 11, 2007 • 0
The volleyball team began the year with a huge problem. Yale’s all-time leader in digs, libero Anja Perlebach ’07, had graduated and left her crucial defensive position up in the air. Someone had to come through for the team in order to fill the hole in the lineup, and rookie libero Kelly Ozurovich ’11 eagerly »
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Volleyball splits a pair in league play

October 8, 2007 • 0
The Bulldogs may have succumbed to the Big Green, but at least they did not lose to the Crimson. The women’s volleyball team (8-4, 2-1 Ivy) ended the weekend 1-1, losing to Dartmouth (11-3, 4-0) on Friday in New Hampshire, then rallying for a victory against Harvard (6-10, 1-3) in Cambridge on Saturday. The Bulldogs »
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Surging volleyball will host Brown

September 28, 2007 • 0
From the beginning of the season it’s been all about the Ivies, and now Yale has a chance to prove itself. The women’s volleyball team (6-3) will face off against Brown (2-8), the Elis’ first opponent from the Ancient Eight, on Saturday at John J. Lee Amphitheater. With a home court advantage and strong fan »
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Elite squads deal vball first losses

September 17, 2007 • 0
The volleyball team had to hand over the Yale Classic title this year, but attracting two of the nation’s top teams to New Haven was quite an accomplishment in itself. The Bulldogs (4-2) brought in tough competition for their annual tournament this year, including No. 2 Stanford (11-0), No. 3 Penn State (8-2) and Delaware »
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Elis sweep home tourney

September 10, 2007 • 0
All of that preseason training has finally paid off. With 135 kills, 26 service aces and 169 digs, the women’s volleyball team now has something to show for its hard work over the past few weeks. The team (3-0) won the Yale Invitational this weekend, beating out Rhode Island (6-3), Sacred Heart (0-7) and Maine »
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Preseason to prep v-ball for Ivy run

September 6, 2007 • 0
Despite losing two of its strongest players to graduation, the women’s volleyball team hopes to keep up last season’s momentum with one goal in mind: the Ivy League title. The team finished last season with an overall record of 16-7 and an Ivy League tally of 11-3, so the Bulldogs have a lot to live »
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Golf takes 2nd at NE tourney

April 16, 2007 • 0
It might be time to print out more NCAA brackets, but not for basketball. Following a successful one-day showing at the New England Division I Championships, the men’s golf team has put forth a solid record so far this season that may qualify it for the NCAA East Regional Tournament. In a tournament cut short »
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Ex-agent discusses FBI

April 12, 2007 • 0
Law school applications are already long, but if former FBI agent Asha Rangappa LAW ’00, had her way, background checks and polygraph tests might be added to the requirements. “I’ve thought about doing fact checks on applicants’ resumes after we admit them over the summer,” said Rangappa, now the assistant dean of admissions at Yale »
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Golf teams take 2nd and 3rd in weekend play

April 10, 2007 • 0
Yale’s most cherished and hated rival in the Ivy League came out in full force against the golf teams this weekend. The men’s team came back after the first day to place higher than Harvard at the Yale Spring Opener, but the women’s team just couldn’t surpass the Crimson, who won first place at the »