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Sailors place sixth to start ’06

September 7, 2006 • 0
The weather in last weekend’s Harry Anderson Trophy seemed to be just as inconsistent as the sailing team itself. Racing against incredibly blustery conditions on Saturday and nearly no wind on Sunday, the Bulldogs earned a sixth-place finish in the regatta with 147 points. No. 1 Boston College proved that it deserves its top seed »
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W. tennis loses big to Crimson

April 24, 2006 • 0
In the midst of a close match against No. 15 Harvard on Friday, victory for the women’s tennis team seemed within reach. Halfway through the singles matches, the results were looking up — the Bulldogs were down 3-1, but the Elis were either winning or tied in the three remaining matches. But, as has been »
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Elis look to improve Ivy record

April 21, 2006 • 0
Buoyed by its sweep of Providence on Wednesday, the softball team hopes to redeem itself among the Ancient Eight this weekend. The Bulldogs (27-17, 2-6 Ivy) host Columbia (20-21-1, 3-5) on Saturday, followed by Cornell (20-20, 6-2) on Sunday. After losing doubleheaders against both the Lions and the Big Red last year, the Elis hope »
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Women’s tennis splits in the Empire State

April 17, 2006 • 0
Strong doubles play, dramatic three-set matches and ultimately inconsistent results. It was a typical weekend for the women’s tennis team. The Bulldogs (9-8, 2-2 Ivy) continued to find mixed outcomes in New York City with their heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Columbia (9-7, 3-2) on Friday and then a decisive 6-1 win against Cornell (8-6, 2-3) »
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Gymnasts hold own at Regionals

April 11, 2006 • 0
Without the support of their fellow Elis, the four members of the women’s gymnastics team competing at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships could have had a tough time this weekend. But Kimberley So ’09, Alina Liao ’09, Lauren Tatsuno ’09 and Miki Seltzer ’07 excelled even without the encouragement of their teammates and left Ann »
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Women’s tennis defeats UMass

March 27, 2006 • 0
For the talent-loaded women’s tennis team, it’s only a matter of time. The Elis (5-6) took a step in the right direction with their 5-2 win against UMass (5-6). The victory came after a tough spring break in which the Bulldogs faced strong competition and finished 1-4. But team members said they were looking toward »
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Bulldogs finish season quietly

March 27, 2006 • 0
Despite a season that saw some of the program’s greatest successes in recent years, the women’s gymnastics team parted ways on a relatively quiet note. The Bulldogs wrapped up their 2005-06 campaign on Saturday at the ECAC championships, finishing fourth of nine teams. The Elis tied Cornell with a team score of 188.80. Towson, the »
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Elis rebound in Providence

March 21, 2006 • 0
At Brown on Sunday, it was deja vu for the women’s gymnastics team, just not necessarily a memory that the team wanted to experience again.After a disappointing Ivy Classic on February 28 in Providence, R.I., the Bulldogs were faced with the same obstacle for the second time — beginning their meet with the balance beam, »
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Gymnasts falter, end up third at Classic

February 27, 2006 • 0
Sometimes things just don’t go as planned. Vying for their second straight Ivy Classic title, the women’s gymnastics team fell short on Sunday, finishing in third place with 187.675. Cornell took home the championship with a score of 188.25, just nudging out Penn’s 188.05. Brown, who hosted the meet, finished fourth with a score of »
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Gymnasts top URI by large margin

February 20, 2006 • 0
At this point in the season, gymnastics isn’t just about hitting routines. Presentation becomes just as important as athletic skill, and having a smile on your face can make the difference between winning and losing. With these principles in mind, the women’s gymnastics team delivered strong performances across the board in front of an energetic »
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February 16, 2006 • 0
Athletes often experience performance anxiety on the court or the field, but for ex-women’s track team member Lauren Davis ’06, performance anxiety also extended into the bathroom stall. As one of few females in a room full of football players at a drug test in the fall of 2003, Davis choked under the pressure and »