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Riders compete in zone regionals

April 30, 2003 • 6
Marked by strong individual performances in the final three shows, the Yale equestrian team closed a successful 2002-03 season with momentum that it hopes to ride into next year. Anna Robertson ’04, Philippa Pavia ’05, Phoebe Heffron ’04, Liz Streibich ’04 and coach Margot Sanger-Katz ’02 represented Yale at the Zone 3 Region 1 competition »
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Women’s crew surges toward final regatta

April 30, 2003 • 0
With one regatta left in the regular season, the Yale women’s crew team is coming on strong. Bulldog women rowers will take to the waters of the Housatonic River in Derby one final time this year to battle Brown and Northeastern for the Nate and Ann Case Cup this weekend. “It is going to be »
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Lightweights prep for H-Y-Ps

April 25, 2003 • 0
Every boat on the nationally ranked No. 5 lightweight crew team has something extra to race for Saturday: the inaugural Vogel Cup. This year’s HYP regatta features the first Vogel Cup, named in honor of Dave Vogel ’71 — a longtime Yale lightweight and heavyweight oarsman and coach. The Vogel Cup will be awarded to »
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Columbia ends lightweight’s 10-year reign

April 16, 2003 • 0
On a weekend designed for celebration, the women’s crew team did not disappoint. Before a large group of alums, assembled for the 30th anniversary of Yale women’s crew, the Bulldog women dominated Boston University and Dartmouth by winning four races, none by less than three seconds. Yale’s varsity 8 boat clocked a 6:08.8 over the »
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Lightweight crew dominates Navy

April 11, 2003 • 0
After sneaking past Navy by just .41 seconds to win the national title last spring, the lightweight crew team expanded the gap between the Elis and the Midshipmen this time around. Last weekend, the nationally ranked No. 1 men’s lightweight crew team defended its titles in the lightweight and open eight races at the San »
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M. swimming earns third place at EISLs

March 25, 2003 • 0
The men’s swimming team completed its season with a strong third-place finish at the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League Championship at the Nassau County Aquatics Center March 6 to March 8. For the seventh time in the last eight years, Harvard was champion, followed closely by a very competitive Princeton squad. Though well behind the Tigers, »
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M. swimming seeks third place

March 6, 2003 • 0
After 13 dual meets and hundreds of hours of intense workouts, the men’s swimming team’s season boils down to the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League Championship at the Nassau County Aquatics Center on Long Island this weekend, starting today. “Everyone is very psyched up,” captain Greg Palumbo ’03 said. “We are looking forward to improving upon »
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Women’s swimming takes fourth at Ivy meet

March 3, 2003 • 0
The women’s swimming and diving team concluded its season over the weekend with a strong fourth place finish at the Ivy League Championship meet at Princeton’s DeNunzio Pool. The home team Tigers were champions for the fourth consecutive year, followed by Harvard and Brown. No. 4 Yale easily distanced itself from Columbia and Penn, both »
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W. swimming hoping to finish in top three at Ivies

February 27, 2003 • 0
For the Yale women’s swimming and diving team (8-4), hundreds of hours of training over the last six months — both in and out of the water — will boil down to three days of intense competition at Princeton during this weekend’s Ivy League Championships. “We’re all really excited to prove that we are one »
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Equestrian wins hometown show

February 25, 2003 • 0
The equestrian club team kicked off its spring season Sunday, hosting and winning its annual show at the Westbrook Hunt Club in Westbrook. “We did great, and it was really exciting, as a smaller team, to win,” coach Margot Sanger-Katz ’02 said. With a team of 12 riders, Yale won the 11-team competition and defeated »
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Elis’ Veazey: Freestyle, Beta, Red Sox fan

February 20, 2003 • 0
At the urging of his parents, after their friends’ daughter drowned in a pool, Jimmy Veazey ’04 learned how to swim when he was just five years old. “They wanted to make sure nothing like that happened to me,” Veazey said. Little did they suspect that this concern for their son’s safety would spark in »
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Harazin worms, raps, swims

February 17, 2003 • 0
Paige Harazin ’04 loves to do the worm, show off her newest moves on the dance floor, and closely follow Michigan Wolverine football. She has been known to “waste” many hours a day in front of her computer, enjoys chocolate cookies in large quantities, and is very fond of rap music. More than anything else, »