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Women’s track team finishes fifth in Boston

February 4, 2003 • 0
Even without its distance runners, the women’s indoor track team proved itself at the Reggie Lewis Center this weekend. On Friday night, the women’s indoor track team finished fifth overall at the Husky Invitational in Boston with a 70.50 score. Host Northeastern University’s 102 placed it second behind the University of Southern Florida’s winning 110.33 »
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W. squash team places second in Ivy Scrimmage

November 21, 2002 • 0
The women’s squash team has high expectations to live up to this winter, and this weekend the team was able to size up its Ivy League opposition. The Bulldogs traveled to Princeton for the Ivy Scrimmage exhibition where they proved that a national championship is well within their reach. The team defeated Pennsylvania in the »
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Both freshman boats struggle

November 13, 2002 • 0
This weekend the freshman rowers traveled to Princeton to make their Ivy League debut at the Belly of the Carnegie Regatta. The Yale men’s crew team’s mixed boats of recruited freshmen and walk-ons both competed in the three-mile headrace. The heavyweight men finished eighth and ninth with times of 15:49.94 and 15:51.70 respectively. Princeton won »
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Rookie crew teams compete

November 6, 2002 • 0
The Yale freshmen lightweight and heavyweight crew teams competed at the Yale Freshmen Invitational Regatta this Saturday on the Housatonic River. The regatta, which is a head race better known as the “Demolition at Derby” because of the frequent collisions between competing boats during races. The race gave the freshmen and first-year walk-ons a chance »
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Lightweight crew finds winning ways

October 29, 2002 • 0
One week after failing to defend its Head of the Charles regatta title, the lightweight men’s crew team defended its championship title at the Princeton Chase Sunday. The women’s crew team and the heavyweight men also competed in the three-mile headrace in New Jersey, which allowed the Bulldogs to race multiple boats in their last »
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W. crew shines, men falter at Head of the Charles

October 22, 2002 • 0
The crew teams traveled to the Head of the Charles regatta in Boston Saturday and Sunday for their most important competition of the fall season. Among the most notable performances of the weekend, the women’s crew team finished third in the women’s championship, just behind the U.S. and Canadian National teams. The team finished first »
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Crew team prepares for Head of Charles regatta

October 18, 2002 • 0
This Saturday and Sunday, over 300,000 people will crowd Cambridge to cheer on a favorite athletic team. Instead of supporting Harvard or Yale on the football field, however, the crowds will swarm the banks of the Charles River for the Head of the Charles Regatta. Yale will send all three of its crew teams to »
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Lightweight crew falls to Canada’s Brock University

October 15, 2002 • 0
Although the men’s lightweight and heavyweight crew teams spent Sunday competing in the Stonehurst Regatta in Rochester, N.Y., most of the competition was spent gearing up for this weekend’s regatta at the Head of the Charles in Cambridge, Mass. The women’s team had its own tune up, at the Head of the Housatonic in Derby. »
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Crew prepares for season opener

October 8, 2002 • 1
Men’s Lightweight The men’s lightweight crew team won the national championship for the second time in three years last spring. And while a repeat title remains within reach, the team is focusing on the fall season right now to gain experience. “Our expectation this fall is to get some good racing experience that will prepare »
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Cross country hits the road for Paul Short Invt’l and the Iona Meet of Champions

September 27, 2002 • 0
After a strong performance at Georgetown, the men’s and women’s cross country teams hit the road this weekend in hopes of improving their competitive performance. Although the Eli runners train to peak in November, these early meets set the tone for the season, largely focusing on development of team chemistry. For their second meet of »