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Bulldogs gnaw past Terriers

February 20, 2007 • 0
After a series of intense matches all around the country, the women’s tennis team finally returned from their longer-than-average road trip. Ten months, to be exact, as the squad was back to compete at home this past weekend for the first time since April 2006. Yale (2-4) defeated No. 67 Boston University (5-1), 6-1, at »
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Elis finish fourth in Howe

February 19, 2007 • 0
The women’s squash team wrapped up its final weekend with rematches against the only three teams it has lost to this season and a Player of the Year award. At the 2007 edition of the Howe Cup tournament at the Brady Squash Center, where 30 teams from around the country come together to compete for »
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Harvard postpones squash showdown

February 15, 2007 • 0
The men and women’s squash teams both have an extra week to focus on their match against Harvard after inclement weather and icy roads kept the Bulldogs from making the trip to Cambridge last night for the highly anticipated match. The Eli women will now face the unusual situation of playing for the Howe Cup »
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W. squash claws past Brown Bears

February 12, 2007 • 1042
Coming back to support the women’s squash team for the second Saturday afternoon in a row, the students and alumni crowding into the Brady Squash Center were not disappointed this time around. After last week’s tough home loss to Princeton, Yale (10-3, 3-2 Ivy) bounced back and overwhelmed last-place Brown (6-8, 0-6) in a 8-1 »
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Tennis picks up pace in Week 2

February 6, 2007 • 0
Kicking the spring season into full gear, the men’s tennis team went on the road to Minneapolis this weekend, where they lost to two fierce opponents. The women didn’t rack up quite as many frequent flier miles this weekend, but they had more success as they headed seven exits up I-91 to take on Quinnipiac. »
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Powerful Tigers edge w. squash

February 5, 2007 • 0
The Brady Squash Center reverberated with the din of strident spectators out on a cold Saturday afternoon to show their support for the women’s squash team. Judging from the calls of encouragement and cheering that lasted right until the very end, they were certainly not entirely disappointed — despite a Yale loss. The Elis could »
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W. squash coasts in Round Robin

January 29, 2007 • 0
After Tuesday’s tough loss against Trinity, the Bulldogs showed their spirit, strength and determination on Saturday, getting right back into the habit of completely crushing their opponents. Bouncing back from their loss to the Bantams this past week, the women’s squash team dominated the Yale Round Robin, winning all three matches with a commanding 9-0 »
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No. 3 Trinity edges w. squash in non-Ivy game

January 24, 2007 • 0
Winning doesn’t always come down to who practiced more or who has more talent. Sometimes, it just comes down to luck. The women’s squash team lost to Trinity, 5-4, in a nail-biting match Tuesday evening at the Kellner Center in Hartford, Conn. The defeat was the Bulldogs’ first loss in seven matches and ended their »
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Cornell folds to streaking w. squash

January 22, 2007 • 0
Embarking on a five-hour journey this weekend, the women’s squash team traveled to Ithaca, N.Y., to face off against Ancient Eight foe Cornell in a quest for continued perfection in 2007. Stretching their winning streak to six, the No. 2 Elis steamrolled Cornell to a final 9-0 score. The dominance was reflected deep through the »
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W. squash dominates over break

January 17, 2007 • 0
After a frenzied two weeks filled with intense practices and five matches throughout the Northeast, the start of the spring semester brings with it a much-welcomed normal schedule for the women’s squash team. The Elis started shopping period with an impressive performance over break behind them, having won all five of the matches they played. »
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USSRA visits Elm City

December 13, 2006 • 0
Facing off against an eclectic mix of teams and testing their talents against a variety of skilled competitors, the Yale women’s squash team started off reading week with a refreshing change from its regular matches. Fielding two squads at the United States Squash and Racquet Association’s U.S. Team Championships, the Bulldogs competed at the Brady »
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Yale falls in w. squash opener

December 4, 2006 • 0
Blending experience and youth, match play and training, excitement and anxiousness, the Yale women’s squash team was full of optimism at the start of their campaign to claim the national title for a fourth-consecutive year this weekend. The Elis kicked off the 2006-’07 season on Saturday against Penn at the Brady Squash Center. Even though »