The skeet and trap team finished second nationally in the American Skeet competition in San Antonio, Tex.
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Shooting for the skies

April 28, 2011 • 2
The Yale skeet and trap team will finish the school year having completed one of its most successful seasons in over 30 years. In early April, the team competed at the ACUI Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Tex. The team’s A squad finished second in the nation in »
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W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs drop season opener

February 28, 2011 • 0
The women’s lacrosse team fell in its season opener at Holy Cross on Saturday afternoon, losing 12–5 in a turnover-plagued performance. “Everyone was really rusty,” goalie Whitney Quackenbush ’12 said. “It was hard because it was their third game but our first game. Everyone left that game feeling that we can play better.” Holy Cross »
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MLB CFO talks business and baseball

January 26, 2011 • 0
Nothing grabs the attention of a baseball fan quite like a World Series ring. About 40 Yale students were able to see one at a Berkeley College Master’s Tea with Jonathan Mariner, the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Major League Baseball in the Office of the Commissioner. Mariner began the discussion with »
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VOLLEYBALL | Elis back on track

October 18, 2010 • 0
The volleyball team brought out the brooms this weekend. The Bulldogs (10–7, 4–2 Ivy) swept through Cornell (4–11, 2–4) and Columbia (5–13, 3–3) at the John J. Lee Amphitheater, and improved to 7–0 at home this season. “Our team played their best volleyball of the year this weekend,” head coach Erin Appleman said. The Bulldogs »
Setter Kendall Polan ’14 has 28 kills this season. She leads the Bulldogs in assists with 310.
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VOLLEYBALL | California not so golden for volleyball

September 20, 2010 • 0
California was not so sunny for the volleyball team. The Bulldogs made the cross-country trip to the Golden State for three games at the Fullerton Classic and returned home with a three-match losing streak, falling to Liberty (8-4) Friday, and West Virginia (10-5) and host Cal State-Fullerton (10-3) Saturday. “We battled really hard this weekend,” »
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VOLLEYBALL | Elis take two of three in N.Y.

September 13, 2010 • 0
Although the volleyball team lost their first game of the season Saturday, they quickly recovered to defeat their next opponents on the same day. The Bulldogs (5–1) swept the New Jersey Institute of Technology (1–6) on Friday before losing to Georgetown (5–5) in four sets Saturday afternoon. The Elis, though, bounced back to sweep Long »
Captain Kelly Ozurovich ’11 sets the ball during last weekend’s Yale Invitational.
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VOLLEYBALL | Elis look to extend winning streak

September 10, 2010 • 0
After opening its season last weekend with three wins, the women’s volleyball team hope its wins continue coming in bunches of three. Yale (3–0) will try to extend its winning streak against the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Georgetown and host Long Island University at the Blackbird Invitational this weekend. The Bulldogs are coming off »
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VOLLEYBALL | Bulldogs sweep Invitational

September 6, 2010 • 0
The volleyball team seems to start every season with a broom. For the fourth season in a row, the Bulldogs (3–0) swept the Yale Invitational, defeating Stony Brook (0–5), Quinnipiac (0–6)and Rhode Island (3–3)at the John J. Lee Amphitheater over the weekend. “We got better as the tournament went along,” head coach Erin Appleman said. »
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Bulldogs return a lone senior

September 2, 2010 • 0
As the volleyball team prepares for the upcoming season, the Bulldogs hope to pick up right where they left off after the departure of five seniors, who over four years amassed a 74–27 record — the best four-year run in Yale history. “There are definitely some things we are going to miss,” head coach Erin »
Outfielder Lauren Huddleston ’10 has 12 hits, five RBIs and one home run this season.  She had a hit in the Elis’ 10–3 loss to Harvard.
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SOFTBALL | Crimson have no trouble in sweep

April 26, 2010 • 0
The softball team was two outs from splitting a doubleheader with archrival Harvard, but a 10-run explosion by the Crimson in the seventh inning of game two capped off a road sweep for the Crimson (20–20, 11–3 Ivy) Saturday at Dewitt Family Field. The Bulldogs (9–24, 4–10) were shutout 6–0 by Harvard in the first »
Pitcher Jackie Manzer ’13 has 40 strikeouts so far this season. She has pitched 47.1 innings for the Bulldogs.
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SOFTBALL | Bulldogs looking forward to Harvard

April 23, 2010 • 0
The softball team hopes to salvage its Ivy League season this weekend. The Bulldogs (9-22, 4-8 Ivy) will host their archrival and divisional opponent Harvard Crimson (18-20, 9-3) for two doubleheaders, on Saturday and Sunday, at Dewitt Family Field. The Elis are coming off four deflating losses to divisional opponent Dartmouth last weekend in which »
Allie Canulli ’10 takes a pitch against Cornell. Canulli had two hits in Yale’s 7–3 loss against Dartmouth Monday.
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SOFTBALL | Pitching falters in losses

April 20, 2010 • 0
Monday went a lot like Sunday did for the softball team. After being swept by Dartmouth on Sunday, the Big Green swept the Bulldogs once more as Yale fell 7–3 in the first game before losing the second game 11–3 at Sachem Field. “It was a rough weekend,” centerfielder and captain Ashley Sloan ’10 said. »