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M. GOLF | Elis good in tough field

October 23, 2008 • 0
Appearances can be deceiving, particularly for the men’s golf team at their most recent tournament. The Bulldogs competed Monday and Tuesday at the Sycuan Collegiate Invitational in El Cajon, Calif., tying for 13th out of 20 teams total. The Elis shot 17-over par over three rounds, well behind first place Colorado State at 27-under par. »
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M. GOLF | Elis win by one stroke

October 14, 2008 • 0
A win is sweet, but revenge is even sweeter. The men’s golf team captured first place this weekend in the ECAC Championships, holding off a late charge by Columbia to win by one stroke. The Lions had previously upset the Elis at last year’s Ivy League Championship, which saw the Bulldogs drop from first to »
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W. GOLF | Yale wins close tourney

October 14, 2008 • 0
“Anything you can do, I can do better” seemed to be the mantra of the women’s golf team this weekend. The Bulldogs won the LPGA Xavier Invitational Sunday, a day after the men’s team won their tournament this weekend. Like their counterparts, the women also won by only one stroke, this time over Florida Atlantic, »
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Men’s Golf | Runner-up finish for Elis

October 6, 2008 • 0
After a disappointing opener three weeks ago, the men’s golf team again found success this weekend on the links. The Bulldogs finished in second place at the two-day Macdonald Cup hosted at the Yale Golf course this weekend with a score of 868, finishing eight shots behind champion Oklahoma. The Elis dominated their fellow Ivy »
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Women’s golf | Washed out at home, Elis finish sixth out of 19

September 30, 2008 • 0
It was a washout this weekend for the women’s golf team, both figuratively and literally. Hosting the Yale Women’s Intercollegiate at the Yale Golf course, the Bulldogs finished sixth out of 19 teams. The Elis shot 27 over par, 10 shots behind Harvard, which won the tournament at 17 over par. The contest saw Saturday’s »
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Women’s golf: Kemmer wins her first start

September 16, 2008 • 1
As a new season begins, a new star emerges from the women’s golf team. Callie Kemmer ’12 won the individual competition at the Nittany Lion Invitational in State College, Pa. this weekend, finishing four-over after three rounds to best Columbia’s Sara Ovadia by four strokes. The Bulldogs as a team finished seventh out of 14 »
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Rough start for m. golf

September 16, 2008 • 1
After finishing last season on a high, the men’s golf team began the fall season on a low — a last-place finish at the 2008 Gopher Invitational. Hosted at the Spring Hill Golf Club in Wayzata, Minn., the tournament featured tough competition, including teams from the Big 12, SEC and Pac-10, the best golf conferences »
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Dixwell calls for park near police station

April 25, 2008 • 11
Parks often symbolize entire communities, and Dixwell demonstrated the strength of its community last night in rallying for a new park development. The New Haven Board of Aldermen’s Community Development Committee met Thursday to review and approve city funding for a new park development. The new park will expand the existing recreational area in the »
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W. golf struggles early, ends in middle of pack

April 22, 2008 • 0
In championship situations, the best players elevate their games to new levels. Unfortunately for the women’s golf team, this meant seeing the competition rise past them. The Bulldogs finished fourth in the Ivy League Championships in Northfield, N.J., this weekend behind Harvard, Columbia and Princeton. The Elis shot 928 for the weekend, 27 strokes behind »
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M. golf blows lead, places second in league

April 22, 2008 • 0
Potential victory turned into agonizing defeat for the men’s golf team at the Ivy League Championships this past weekend. The Bulldogs led Columbia by two shots entering the final round on Sunday but struggled throughout Sunday, finishing in second place, nine strokes behind the Lions. The Elis shot 315 for the third round, well over »
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Shoddy greens hinder w. golf

April 15, 2008 • 0
A putt can be thrown off course by the slightest of perturbations, something the women’s golf team learned all too well this weekend. The Bulldogs finished third out of 14 teams at Columbia’s Roar-EE Invitational with a score of 988 over 54 holes. Brigham Young took first place while Harvard finished second, 23 strokes ahead »
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Moore leads m. golf to tournament win

April 14, 2008 • 0
While Trevor Immelman was winning the green jacket at the Masters in Augusta, Colby Moore ’09 won his own championship Sunday. Moore lead the Bulldogs to the New England Division I Championship at Triggs Golf Club in Providence, R.I., their first tournament win in almost five years. They shot 583 for the weekend, finishing four »