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Vball takes 2 out of 3 in Brooklyn

September 24, 2007 • 0
Even though the volleyball team didn’t close out their preseason with a win, they still got out of Brooklyn with a winning record for the weekend. The Bulldogs (6-3) finished the Long Island University Invitational with two wins and a loss, knocking off Binghamton (6-9) and Towson (3-13) before falling to hosts Long Island University »
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W. lacrosse tops Big Red

April 23, 2007 • 0
Fate stole the Bulldogs’ hopes for an Ivy title, but they nevertheless offered a demonstration of their prowess with a solid win over Cornell on Saturday. Despite coming in second place in the Ancient Eight, the Bulldogs ended their season at home with the same consistent play they have exhibited in their last eight games. »
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Elis win, but Penn takes title

April 19, 2007 • 0
Going into their afternoon game against Brown, a victory was essential for the women’s lacrosse team in its pursuit of the Ivy title. But despite their stellar season, only a Penn loss later in the evening could guarantee them first-place in the league. No. 12 Yale (11-3, 5-1 Ivy) defeated Brown (4-7, 1-3), 13-5, yesterday »
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Taylor, w. laxers roll to seventh in a row

April 12, 2007 • 2
After defeating the defending Ivy League champions, knocking off a series of nationally ranked teams and racking up a seven-game winning streak, it seems the women’s lacrosse team can do no wrong. Closing in on the coveted top spot in the Ancient Eight after a historic weekend, the Bulldogs traveled to New York yesterday in »
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W. lax still in hunt for title

April 9, 2007 • 0
Johnson Field reverberated with the cheers, gasps and at times, the silence of its 250-odd occupants, who came out on an unseasonably cold Saturday afternoon to support the women’s lacrosse team. The weather did not hamper the spirits of the spectators or the team, which proved that Princeton’s higher rankings and past accolades had nothing »
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Tigers stand in way of sixth straight

April 6, 2007 • 0
If the last five games are any indicator of what the women’s lacrosse team is capable of, then Princeton is going to have a tough battle ahead of it on Saturday. The Bulldogs have so far outperformed opponents in a torrential downpour, avenged last year’s defeats against Ivy foe Harvard and posted a season-high single-game »
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W. lax foils Harvard’s Ivy kickoff

April 2, 2007 • 0
On Saturday, the Bulldogs set off for the home of their longtime rivals in an attempt to regain lost glory. A few hours later, they were on the bus back from Cambridge, having more than doubled the Crimson point total. No. 16 Yale (8-3, 2-1 Ivy) defeated Harvard (2-6, 0-1 Ivy), 17-8, to secure their »
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W. lax survives late scare

March 29, 2007 • 0
For the third consecutive time in a week, members of the Yale women’s lacrosse team donned their jerseys in the comfort of their dressing room at Johnson Field. With a perfect record on the current homestand, the Bulldogs took to the field on an unseasonably warm March day looking to take the finale. No. 17 »
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W. lax welcomes in spring with Ws

March 26, 2007 • 0
More than halfway through the season, the women’s lacrosse team can look back at mixed results — a spring break respite in Florida and a winning season were tempered by dreary New England weather and the team’s lowest goal output in six years. The end of spring break brought a three-game homestand for Yale (5-2, »
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W. lax rolls in unexpected home game

March 1, 2007 • 0
A chance to take the field to the sound of their new warm-up CD, familiar faces in the bleachers and a reprieve from the hour-long drive up I-91 — for the women’s lacrosse team, the weather forecast on Wednesday brought news of play-preventing conditions at UConn, and with it an unexpected home game. Yale (2-0) »
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W. lacrosse pounces on Stags in 2007 opener

February 27, 2007 • 0
With a clean slate, the women’s lacrosse team kicked off their 2007 campaign just a few exits down I-95 from Johnson Field, and their quest for a 14th consecutive winning season started off on the right foot with an afternoon full of explosive play at Fairfield. Yale (1-0) kicked off the season on a winning »
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W. squash ends Ivy season

February 22, 2007 • 0
After playing their last eight games at home, the women’s squash team had to travel quite a bit farther than Payne Whitney Gymnasium to compete on Wednesday. In a encounter originally slated for last week, but postponed due to inclement weather, Yale faced off against the Crimson at the Murr Center in Boston, Mass. The »