Bowl work moves ahead

September 1, 2005 • 0
Yale football fans will soon be sitting in new bench seats and walking through refurbished entrance tunnels when they come to home games. Last spring, the first of two stages of renovation began on the legendary Yale Bowl, with the goal of restoring the stadium to its former glory. Throughout the unusually hot summer, workers »

Men’s crew teams take pair of cups

April 19, 2005 • 0
The Bulldog heavyweight and lightweight crews are proving very hard to beat on their home waters. In their second home regatta of the season, the lightweights faced off against Penn and Columbia for the Dodge Cup trophy Saturday. Starting in the inside lane of the staggered Housatonic course, the Bulldogs managed to pull their way »

Bulldogs face nation’s best in NCAA Regionals

April 12, 2005 • 0
With one of the most successful seasons in Yale gymnastics history behind them, Kathryn Fong ’05 and Anne McPherson ’06 tried their luck against the best in the country. On Saturday, Fong and McPherson traveled to the NCAA Regional Championships at the University of New Hampshire to compete in their signature events, the uneven bars »

Men’s crew teams see mixed results over the weekend

April 11, 2005 • 0
After dealing with the headwinds and rain delays caused by last weekend’s storm, Yale’s men’s crew teams finally received a respite from the tempest this weekend. The heavyweight crew team traveled to Stanford to race in the Windermere Classic, where the team raced in near-perfect water conditions and enjoyed the 70 degree weather. In a »

Midshipmen sink men’s lightweight

April 4, 2005 • 0
In their first regatta of the season, the men’s lightweight crew team had more than one opponent on the water. At the Eads Johnson Cup last Saturday, the Bulldogs not only had to overcome the Naval Academy crews, but a violent spring deluge. Forecasts on race day called for strong winds over much of New »

Gymnastics finishes in fourth at ECACs

March 28, 2005 • 0
At their last meet competing alongside the class of 2005, the underclassmen of the Yale gymnastics team gave their leaders a performance to remember. As the final meet of the season, the nine-team ECAC Championships proved to be a battle between several evenly matched squads. As the only ECAC team ranked in the top 50 »

Heavy, light m. crew rev up for ‘The Race’

March 22, 2005 • 0
After spending most of the winter indoors, the heavyweight and lightweight crew teams are ready to break the ice on the spring season. Although both teams have trained on the frigid Housatonic already — the lightweights spent all of spring break on the river — they will be returning to their regular season practice schedules »

Top teams trouble gymnasts

March 22, 2005 • 0
This spring break, the gymnastics team finally met its match. Until the break, the team had dominated the competition, winning five of six meets and its second Ivy Classic title in three years. But the team’s spring break trip, which included meets at Towson, Md., Washington, D.C, and Gainesville, Fla., pitted the Bulldogs against some »

Gymnasts vault to Ivy title

February 28, 2005 • 0
For the seniors on the women’s gymnastics team, Saturday provided fitting closure. In the final home meet of the season, Yale defeated Brown, Cornell and Penn with a season-high 191.525 points to claim its second Ivy Classic title in three years, a welcome gift to the team’s departing members. In addition, the Bulldogs won the »

Gymnasts win twice as they prepare to host Ivy Classic

February 21, 2005 • 0
With the Ivy League championship a week away, the Yale gymnastics team appear to be in top form. In a tri-meet against Brown and Bridgeport Sunday in Providence, the Bulldogs won convincingly, coming away with 189.700 points to Bridgeport’s 183.650 and Brown’s 183.125. Yale gymnasts dominated, with Anne McPherson ’06 winning the all-around competition for »

Eli gymnasts top MIY and SCSU again

February 16, 2005 • 0
The Bulldog gymnastics team won their tri-meet against MIT and Southern Connecticut despite an uncharacteristically low score that seemed unlikely to win them anything. In a meet tainted by low scoring, Yale beat out Southern Connecticut (180.95) and MIT (173.325) with its lowest team score all season, 184.400. The score is 3.481 points lower than »

W. squash clinches national title

February 14, 2005 • 0
Further cementing its reputation as the pre-eminent team in women’s squash, the Eli squad showed its moxie as it found a way to down Harvard to claim both the national and Ivy League titles for the second straight year. This year’s contest was a collision of two powerhouse teams. The Bulldogs, sporting one of the »