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W. lax falls to Tiger streak

April 12, 2004 • 0
After avenging a 2003 loss to Rutgers Wednesday, the tables were turned on the women’s lacrosse team three days later, when the Elis received a dose of Princeton payback. At Class of 1952 Stadium in New Jersey, the No. 1 Tigers (11-0, 3-0 Ivy) may not have dominated the game, but they dominated the scoreboard. »
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W. lax rides to victory against Scarlet Knights

April 8, 2004 • 0
Nothing, not even several sticks to the face, could stop midfielder Miles Whitman ’04 from racking up six goals and an assist as the women’s lacrosse team defeated Rutgers 10-8 at Johnson Field yesterday. The Scarlet Knights grabbed a 2-0 lead less than four minutes into the game, but the Elis (5-3, 2-1 Ivy) came »
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W. lax squashes late-game rally to lick Harvard

April 5, 2004 • 0
The women’s lacrosse team held off a late-game rally by the Crimson and got back over .500 in the conference with an 8-6 win over Harvard Saturday. The Bulldogs (6-3, 2-1 Ivy) led 8-3 with two minutes left in the game, but the Cantabs (4-4, 0-2) made things interesting with three goals in the last »
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W. lax showers Stags with 25 goals

April 1, 2004 • 0
The best description of yesterday’s events for the victorious offensive corps of the women’s lacrosse team can be captured in the saying, “When it rains, it pours.” While the nationally ranked No. 14 Bulldogs’ motto might be “so sick,” it was the Fairfield Stags (1-6) who may have left Johnson Field feeling under the weather. »
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Big Green outscores w. lacrosse

March 29, 2004 • 0
Despite outshooting Ivy League rival Dartmouth 30-27, the nationally ranked No. 15 women’s lacrosse team could not find the net often enough, dropping a crucial conference game 13-9 at Hanover, N.H., Saturday. First team All-Ivy midfielder Miles Whitman ’04 carried the load offensively, figuring in two-thirds of Yale’s goals with four tallies and an assist. »
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Sargent torches BU in win

March 26, 2004 • 0
After a 12-7 defeat of nationally ranked No. 15 Boston University Wednesday, the women’s lacrosse team — also ranked 15th — will look to string together three consecutive wins for the first time this season when it takes on No. 11 Dartmouth tomorrow. At the Terriers’ Nickerson Field, midfielder Katie Sargent ’05 paced the Bulldogs »
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Callahan, Dwyer join the pros

March 25, 2004 • 0
While an overtime loss to St. Lawrence ended the men’s hockey team’s season March 6, it marked a new beginning for Yale’s top two defensemen, Joe Callahan ’05 and Jeff Dwyer ’04. Over break, Callahan, who forfeited his final season of college eligibility, and Dwyer signed professional contracts and are already playing in the American »
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NHL gets bad break due to Bertuzzi

March 22, 2004 • 0
Over spring break, the mainstream sports media did something it rarely ever does: it paid attention to hockey. Thanks to Vancouver Canucks’ winger Todd Bertuzzi’s malicious cheap shot on Colorado Avalanche player Steve Moore on March 8 — a sucker punch that easily could have paralyzed the Harvard alum — every ESPN anchor, Sports Illustrated »
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W. lax eases above .500

March 22, 2004 • 0
Fun in the sun took on a different meaning for the women’s lacrosse team during the first week of spring break, but its twice-a-day practice sessions in Florida prepared it well for its Ivy League opener against the University of Pennsylvania. The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association No. 16 Bulldogs (3-2, 1-0 Ivy) doubled up »
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M. hockey wraps up season on sour note

March 1, 2004 • 0
It seemed like the men’s hockey team went on spring break seven days early. With the ECAC playoffs next weekend, if the seventh place Bulldogs (12-17-0, 10-12-0 ECAC) cannot drastically improve from weekend home losses to Union, 3-1, and to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 6-0, they might have two full weeks of fun in the sun. »
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M. hockey hopes home is sweet

February 27, 2004 • 0
Warm, friendly and pleasant are not popular adjectives for New Haven in February, but after the last two weekends on the road, the men’s hockey team might use just those words to describe the Elm City. The Bulldogs (12-15-0, 10-10-0 ECAC), who have lost three in row, host Union (12-15-5, 6-11-3) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute »
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Hockey falls twice on road

February 23, 2004 • 0
February, the so-called month of love, has shown no affection for the men’s hockey team, which — after two road losses — is 1-5 in the last three weeks. The Bulldogs (12-15-0, 10-10-0 ECAC) dropped into a tie with Harvard (11-13-3, 9-9-2) for sixth place in the conference after two losses, 4-2 to the University »