In Cambridge, w. track loses by 2

April 19, 2004 • 0
For an Eli, there are few things worse than losing to Harvard, and for the women’s track team, losing by just two points at Cambridge made it that much worse. After defeating Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania April 10, the Bulldogs fell 82-80 to the Crimson, Saturday, at McCurdy Track. “We had gone to »

W. track races past Princeton, Penn

April 12, 2004 • 0
The women’s track and field team is a few strides — not to mention jumps and throws — closer to making its disappointing winter Heptagonals performance a distant memory. In Saturday’s meet against Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania in New Jersey, the Bulldogs finished first with 77 points, followed by the Quakers with 71 »

W. track goes the distance at N.C. State

March 30, 2004 • 0
Life without the O’Neill twins has continued for the women’s outdoors track and field team this spring. Despite losing All-American distance runners Kate O’Neill ’03 and Laura O’Neill ’03, showings from top Eli returners and freshmen at two early invitationals indicated that the Bulldogs will still be competitive in the Ivy League. At the Raleigh »

W. bball shoots for strong home finale for seniors

March 5, 2004 • 0
It is too bad for the Yale women’s basketball team that the Ivy League is the only conference in college hoops without a postseason tournament. Saving their best basketball for the end of the season, including a 78-71 overtime victory at the league’s second-place Dartmouth last Saturday, the Bulldogs (6-19, 3-9 Ivy) will end their »

W. bball gets revenge vs. Dartmouth in OT

March 1, 2004 • 0
Every road trip has its hills and valleys. On their journey to Cambridge and Hanover this weekend, the Yale women’s basketball team’s final weekend had plenty of both. The Bulldogs (6-19, 3-9 Ivy) had their biggest win of the season Saturday evening when they defeated Dartmouth (15-9, 8-3) 78-71 in overtime. But the night before »

W. bball hopes to repeat vs. Crimson on the road

February 27, 2004 • 0
If it works once, use it. And if it almost worked once, try it again. Playing at Hanover and Cambridge this weekend, the Yale women’s basketball team will stick to the game plan that nearly led to a sweep of Dartmouth and Harvard two weeks ago. In their Friday rematch against the Big Green (14-8, »

W. bball defeats Princeton in OT

February 23, 2004 • 0
The Yale women’s basketball team has done a good job of containing its opponents’ star players this season. But this weekend, the Elis failed to stick to their game plan, a dereliction that cost the Elis one of their two games at the John J. Lee Amphitheater this weekend. The Bulldogs (5-18, 2-8 Ivy) ended »

W. bball makes a run at .500

February 20, 2004 • 0
One down, six to go. With one league win finally under its belt, the Yale women’s basketball team needs to win its final six league games to finish with a .500 Ivy record. First, the Elis (4-17, 1-7 Ivy) will face two imposing obstacles this weekend at the John J. Lee Amphitheater, playing Princeton (6-14, »

Women’s bball downs defending Ivy champs

February 16, 2004 • 0
Judging by the halftime scores at the Yale women’s basketball pair of home games this weekend, it would have been difficult to predict that the Bulldogs would lose Friday night, but pick up their first Ivy League win the following evening. Against defending league champion Harvard (10-10, 3-4 Ivy) Saturday night, the Elis (4-18, 1-7) »

Elis want to bring the fans out and the house down

February 13, 2004 • 0
All week long, fliers have been going up around campus to encourage fans to come out Saturday night and help the Yale women’s basketball team break the program’s fan attendance record. Although the Bulldogs (3-16, 0-6 Ivy) are in last place in the Ivy League, there are several reasons why Saturday’s game against Harvard (9-9, »

W. bball has nowhere to go but up in Ivies

February 6, 2004 • 0
Whenever you’re in last place, no conference opponent can be looked at as an easy win. But despite entering this weekend’s games in the Ivy League basement, the Yale women’s basketball team (3-14, 0-4 Ivy) also cannot be looked at as a pushover. The Bulldogs’ four Ivy League losses this season have all come against »

Women’s bball loses heartbreaker to Pennsylvania

February 2, 2004 • 0
The Yale women’s basketball team could not make it to the John J. Lee Amphitheater this past weekend. But after losing hard-fought games at Pennsylvania (9-6 , 3-0 Ivy) 59-57 Friday night and at Princeton (5-11, 2-1) 66-58 Saturday evening, the Eli women (3-14, 0-4) knew exactly how the men’s squad felt after its heartbreaking »