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Winless Ivy season for m. tennis

April 23, 2002 • 0
Entering the final weekend of the season, the men’s tennis team hoped to finish strong and possibly play the spoiler as they faced top-ranked Harvard and Dartmouth. The Bulldogs (11-11, 0-7 Ivy) dropped both matches 5-2, completing a defeated Ivy League season. Things started off well for the Elis on Friday. Both the first doubles »
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Men’s tennis falls to 0-5 in Ivy play

April 16, 2002 • 0
After dropping three close Ivy League matches on the road, the men’s tennis team came home to try to salvage their season as they hosted Columbia and Cornell. In almost identical fashion to their three previous Ivy losses, the Bulldogs came close to winning but fell to both Columbia and Cornell, 4-3. On Friday against »
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M. tennis drops third Ivy match

April 11, 2002 • 1
After starting Ivy League play with two losses, the men’s tennis team set out to turn its season around and avenge last fall’s ECAC championship loss to Brown. But in blustery conditions that affected both teams, the Bulldogs (11-7, 0-3 Ivy) dropped their third successive Ivy match, losing 4-3 to the Bears. As after the »
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Killer P’s ruin road trip for men’s tennis

April 8, 2002 • 0
Opening Ivy League play on the road at the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton this weekend, the men’s tennis team knew it would have to play its best tennis to come away with two wins. Despite playing hard, the Bulldogs (11-6, 0-2 Ivy) fell just short, falling 4-3 to Penn and 5-2 to Princeton. While »
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Men’s tennis turns tables on Navy, 7-0

April 2, 2002 • 0
The last time the men’s tennis team (13-5) traveled to Annapolis, Md., to play the Naval Academy they were shut out 7-0. Saturday, they were determined to avenge that defeat. “Two years ago, we were handed an embarrassing loss,” captain Chris Shackelton ’02 said. “This time we were focused on beating them as bad as »
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Men’s tennis breaks even on West Coast

March 27, 2002 • 0
The men’s tennis team (12-5) traveled to Southern California over spring break to play some of the top teams from across the country and prepare for upcoming Ivy League play. The Bulldogs went a successful 3-3 overall, including a huge 4-3 win over San Diego State University, the 25th ranked team in the country. Other »
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Tigers still a mystery for men’s squash

February 27, 2002 • 0
Thanks to its win over Harvard last Wednesday, the men’s squash team got its wish at the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquet Association team championships this past weekend — a potential rematch with Ivy League champion Princeton and a crack at the national title. The Bulldogs started off their weekend in fine form, cruising to an »
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W. squash falls to Harvard

February 21, 2002 • 0
Entering yesterday’s Ivy League championship match against Harvard (7-1, 6-0 Ivy), the women’s squash team (8-2, 5-1) felt like it had nothing to lose and everything to gain. Harvard, however, was confident in its role as favorite after its 9-0 win over Yale in last weekend’s Howe Cup. The Crimson’s confidence proved well-founded, as Harvard »
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Bulldogs dish out second straight goose egg to Jeffs

February 20, 2002 • 0
The men’s squash team (7-2, 4-1 Ivy) blanked the Amherst Lord Jeffs (7-8) Saturday for their second straight 9-0 win. The Bulldogs anticipated the result but were wary of complacency. “Playing a lesser opponent, there is the possibility that we would not have enough intensity and might play at a lower level,” Joshua Schwartz ’05 »
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W. squash rolls to 4-0 in Ivy League

February 13, 2002 • 0
Saturday, the women’s squash team (8-1, 4-0 Ivy) effortlessly beat Brown (8-5, 2-4) to continue their unbeaten streak in the Ivy League. In what was their first 9-0 win of the Ivy season, the Bulldogs set up a championship bout with Harvard for next Wednesday. The lineup of No. 1 Frances Ho ’05, No. 2 »
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W. squash team keeps rolling with rout of Amherst, 9-0

February 8, 2002 • 0
The women’s squash team (7-1) continued its domination against Amherst (10-6) Wednesday as the Elis blanked the 11th ranked Lord Jeffs 9-0. Unlike last weekend at Princeton, the Bulldogs experienced no early jitters, getting 3-0 wins from No. 2 Gina Wilkinson ’03, No. 3 Devon Dalzell ’04, No. 4 Sarah Coleman ’05, No. 5 Kate »
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Women’s squash beats Princeton, 7-2

February 5, 2002 • 0
This past Saturday, the women’s squash team traveled to New Jersey to battle Princeton (4-1, 3-1 Ivy) on its squash homecoming weekend in what would be the Elis’ toughest contest so far this season. The Bulldogs defeated Princeton 7-2 for their first win over the Tigers in 10 years. Yale (6-1, 4-0 Ivy) remained undefeated »