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Frosh lead w. tennis’ Boston College upset

April 3, 2001 • 0
In its final tune-up before the Ivy League season, the Yale women’s tennis team edged out nationally ranked Boston College on the road Saturday. The Bulldogs adjusted to the speedy rubber courts — a stark contrast to their regular hard courts — and unusual lighting in time to defeat the No. 58 Eagles 4-3. The »
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Sarah Seo ’02 leads women’s golf in spring break campaign

March 21, 2001 • 0
The women’s golf team mixed business with pleasure as it teed off in Florida over spring break to mark the start of its 2001 spring season. Yale competed in two tournaments sponsored by Northern Illinois University, placing 10th out of 16 schools in the Third Annual Springlake Intercollegiate Invitational March 9-10. The Bulldogs then took »
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Women’s tennis gains momentum over break

March 20, 2001 • 0
The women’s tennis team went to California over spring break for an early season warm-up against some stiff West Coast competition. Yale (7-5) had six matches on its trip — both in dual meets and the University of San Diego Invitational tournament — winning three, including an impressive 6-1 victory over Wisconsin on the final »
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Bball captain Yanke shoulders weight of Ivy charge

February 28, 2001 • 0
Neil Yanke’s ’01 basketball career was foretold by the palm of his hand — or at least by the results of a medical examination. Shortly after birth, Yanke — who is now the captain of the Yale men’s basketball team — was given a test to determine his adult height. From the results, his doctor »
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Young talent bodes well for w. tennis

February 26, 2001 • 0
Ask any coach the recipe for a perfect roster, and invariably one will get the same answer. Take a dash of veteran leadership, a pinch of youthful enthusiasm, and a few heaping handfuls of talent. Mix them all together — and voila, you’ve got a sweet tasting treat called success. This season, the Yale women’s »
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M. squash beats No. 14 Amherst 8-1

February 21, 2001 • 0
The men’s squash team continued its run at the national championship this weekend, picking up its third straight victory and its ninth win in its last 10 games. In typical fashion, the men’s squash team overpowered yet another nationally ranked team Saturday, as No. 4 Yale (15-2, 4-1 Ivy) defeated No. 14 Amherst (6-9) 8-1. »