The men’s swimming and diving team competed against UConn on Feb. 6 at the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Exhibition Pool. Yale beat its in-state rivals 174–126.
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SWIMMING | Kim ends career at NCAAs

March 23, 2010 • 0
Susan Kim ’10 and Alex Forrester ’13 finished their seasons with top-15 finishes in the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., this past Saturday night. Kim took 12th in the 200-yard breaststroke with a personal best of 2:09.85, while Forrester finished the 200-yard butterfly in 1:55.32, securing a 10th place finish. Kim and Forrester were the »
The women’s swimming team finished in third place at the Ivy League Championships this past weekend at Harvard. Princeton took first; the Crimson were second.
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M. SWIMMING | Yale finishes third at Ivies

March 1, 2010 • 0
Perennial powers Harvard, Princeton and Yale battled it out for best in the Ivy League on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the women’s swimming Ivy League Championships in Cambridge, Mass. Although the Elis finished in third place behind the Tigers and the Crimson — the same place Yale earned in last year’s championships — the »
In head coach Frank Keefe’s final home meet of his storied career, both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams dominated UConn on their way to victories. At right, Keefe is honored before the start of the competition.
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W. SWIMMING | Huskies no match for Elis in final home meet

February 9, 2010 • 0
The women’s swimming and diving team finished an impressive regular season Saturday with a commanding 202–98 win over UConn. Perhaps more notably, though, it was the final home meet for Frank Keefe, after 32 years as Robert J.J. Kiphuth Director of Swimming. “[Saturday] was the best possible way to end the dual meet season,” Hayes »
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SWIMMING | Piecing it back together

February 4, 2010 • 0
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams rebounded from their losses to Harvard and Princeton last weekend with two decisive victories against Brown on Wednesday, winning 161–137 and 191–107, respectively. The women’s team won every race in the meet, while the men won 11 out of the 16. The women’s A squad won the »
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M. SWIMMING | Bulldogs fall to Crimson, Tigers

February 2, 2010 • 0
The men’s swimming team was unable to keep up with Ivy League powerhouses Harvard and Princeton in last weekend’s H-Y-P meet at Princeton. Yale (3–6, 1–5 Ivy) trailed both rivals after Friday’s events, and were unable to make up enough ground on Saturday to change their position, falling to the Tigers (6–0) and Crimson (7–2, »
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W. SWIMMING | Yale drops two at H-Y-P

February 2, 2010 • 0
Unbeaten rivals, Harvard, Princeton and Yale all faced off last Saturday in a meet that essentially decided the Ivy League women’s swimming and diving title. Princeton (6–0) defeated both the Crimson (6–1) and Bulldogs (6–3, 4–2 Ivy), securing at least a share of the Ivy League win. Yale left Princeton with two losses, denying them »
Craig Steen '10 finished fourth in the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke against Navy on Saturday.
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M. SWIMMING | Depth hurts Bulldogs against Navy

January 26, 2010 • 0
The men’s swimming and diving team suffered from a lack of manpower in last weekend’s dual meet loss to Navy by a score of 152–142. “Our problem is depth,” coach Frank Keefe said in a statement. “Their third person versus our third person … [Saturday] there was little comparison, and we have to have people »
The Bulldogs couldn't hold on to a 3-point lead heading into their final race against Navy, falling 151-149 in the dual Saturday at the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Pool.
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W. SWIMMING | Photo finish in loss to Navy

January 26, 2010 • 0
In heartbreaking fashion, the women’s swimming and diving team fell to Navy last Saturday in a competition that came down to the final event. Heading into the 400-yard freestyle relay, the Bulldogs were leading 143–140 in overall points and needed a victory to clinch the dual meet win. After leading the race until the last »
The Yale women’s swimming team swam through two more squads to remain undefeated.
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SWIMMING | Bulldogs defeat Ivy rivals

January 19, 2010 • 0
Both the men and women’s swimming and diving teams came away from Philadelphia last Saturday with Ivy League victories, but only the women were outright winners in the meet. The women’s team (6–0, 4–0 Ivy) defeated both Penn and Dartmouth by scores of 204.5 to 95.5 and 234 to 66, respectively, while the men’s team »
Hayes Hyde ’12
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W. SWIMMING | Elis remain undefeated

January 12, 2010 • 0
The women’s swimming and diving continued right where they left off before the new year on Sunday at Robert J.H. Kiphuth Pool in New Haven. The Bulldogs dominated Cornell at home, 207–93, improving their record to 4–0 in dual meets this season. With the help of seven combined victories from Susan Kim ’10 and Alex »
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M. SWIMMING | Bicer ’12 shines in loss to Cornell

January 12, 2010 • 0
The men’s swimming and diving team suffered from a lack of consistency in its first meet of the new year, losing 169–131 to Cornell’s Big Red on Sunday in New Haven. Despite Yale’s commanding start and dominant performances by Goksu Bicer ’12, who won three races, Cornell earned more overall top-three finishes in their first »
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SWIMMING | Bulldogs dominate at home

December 9, 2009 • 0
In Yale swimming and diving’s first home meet of the season Saturday, both the men and women dominated their opponents, sweeping the top three spots in nine individual events. The women’s team defeated Vermont 209–74 to maintain its perfect record in three dual meets this season while the men’s squad beat the University of Massachusetts »