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W. tennis secures winning Ivy record

April 27, 2006 • 0
The Bulldogs’ victory yesterday against Brown was a particularly sweet end to the 2005-06 season. Yale women’s tennis (9-9, 4-3 Ivy) was finally able to move forward from the inconsistencies and false starts that characterized the earlier part of the season to beat Brown (5-13, 1-6) decisively, 5-2. For their last three matches of this »
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M. track takes second in R.I.

April 18, 2006 • 1
Though the Bulldogs did not take first place overall in the Brown Invitational, Saturday was still a great day for Yale men’s track. The Elis finished with 149 points, behind host Brown, which took first with 249 points. Despite this spread in points, the afternoon was full of highlights for the Bulldogs. Kevin Alexander ’06 »
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Elis split doubleheader

April 7, 2006 • 0
Playing the same team twice does not always mean putting up the same results. On Thursday afternoon, the softball team (21-11) split a doubleheader with Fairfield (21-13), dominating in the first game and struggling in the second. After splitting these two games, the Elis move into Ivy League competition this weekend, first facing Princeton in »
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Softball sweeps doubleheader, drops another

March 27, 2006 • 2
Although the Bulldog softball team did not have a flawless weekend, it showed considerable improvement from earlier in the season, demonstrated mental toughness and benefited from more valuable preparation for Ivy League competition. The Elis (15-9) swept Farleigh Dickinson (2-19), winning the first game, 9-1, and the second, 9-8. On Sunday, they lost in a »
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Softball looks for more non-Ivy wins

March 24, 2006 • 0
Though the opponents Yale softball will face this weekend are not colorful, perennial Ivy League rivals such as Harvard or Princeton, Farleigh-Dickinson (2-17) and Marist (7-5) remain two formidable opponents for the Bulldogs. “We’re expecting two pretty competitive games this weekend,” shortstop Aracelis Torres ’08 said. Fresh off a win against local rival Quinnipiac, the »
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Sellers discusses job world

March 23, 2006 • 0
Patricia Sellers says planning ahead is overrated. Sellers, who currently serves as Fortune Magazine’s editor-at-large, spoke to a group of about 40 students, faculty and New Haven residents at Yale Law School on Wednesday afternoon. In her talk, Sellers addressed the importance of following one’s passions, in addition to discussing gender differences in corporate America. »
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Elis defeat Ivy opponents despite inconsistent play

February 13, 2006 • 0
Inconsistency seems to be a defining characteristic of Yale men’s basketball this season. The Bulldogs undeniably work hard, but they cannot always convert their efforts into consistent play at a high level. “I think we’ve been up and down all season,” captain Josh Greenberg ’06 said. “Even within practices, there’s just different teams that show »
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January 30, 2006 • 0
Officially, there is no heckling allowed in the Ivy League. But on Friday night, a taste of the shenanigans usually associated with such basketball powerhouses as Duke — home to the famous Cameron Crazies — was served up in Yale’s own John J. Lee Amphitheater as the Elis took on archrival Harvard. “It was definitely »
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January 19, 2006 • 0
On Monday, Ross Morin ’09 was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week for the second time in a month. Morin went 4-for-4 from the field and 3-for-3 from the free throw line, compiling 11 points, a career-high seven rebounds and a block in 18 minutes off the bench. Morin said he was happy to »
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January 17, 2006 • 0
Little more than a minute into the Bulldogs’ first Ivy contest of the season, swingman Casey Hughes ’07 stole the ball, dribbled down the court and almost gleefully finished the play with an assertive dunk. That score, the first score of the game, set both the pace and the tone for the rest of the »
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Young Elis lose stars but still find ways to win

December 1, 2005 • 0
On Tuesday night, the Eli men committed 20 turnovers and 21 fouls, and their shooting percentage fell by more than 10 percent after the break. And yet, after 40 minutes of play, they still walked away with an exhilarating win against Sacred Heart and a winning record. While the Bulldogs have gotten off to a »