CROSS COUNTRY: Elis run at Franklin Park
The Yale varsity cross country teams raced at the Franklin Park Invitational meet last weekend, with the men placing 21st out of 39 teams with 524 points, and the women 24th out of 38 with 628 points.
CROSS COUNTRY: Elis race to fourth-place
Ten Bulldogs from each team competed in the gold race, the women in a field of 41 teams and the men in a field of 42 teams. Both the men and the women finished as the top Ivy League team in the meet.
CROSS COUNTRY: Payson ’16 discusses season
The men’s cross-country team is off to an impressive start this season, beating the Crimson and nearly upsetting the Tigers in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet — Yale’s first contest of the season.
CROSS COUNTRY: Elis top Harvard
Running at the Course at Yale, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams open their new seasons against some old, familiar foes.
CROSS COUNTRY: Yale readies for season
The Yale men’s and women’s cross-country teams will kick off the season this Friday on the Yale University Golf Course at 4:15 p.m. with their first meet.
CROSS COUNTRY: XC strong at regionals
On Nov. 2, members of the men’s and women’s cross-country teams toed the starting line at West Windsor Fields in Princeton, N.J., waiting for the gun to go off for the beginning of the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship meet. But when the race did start, the two squads had mixed results: The men finished in »
CROSS COUNTRY: Mini-Meet concludes regular season
The Yale men’s and women’s cross-country teams traveled to nearby New Britain on Friday to compete in Central Connecticut State University’s Mini-Meet. Each squad faced 15 other schools, and after a strong day of competition, the women placed sixth overall and the men finished in third. The women’s squad ran six runners, primarily middle-distance track »
CROSS COUNTRY: Bulldogs build confidence, depth and speed
This Saturday, the men’s and women’s cross-country squads were back on the Franklin Park course in Boston for the New England Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association Championships (NEIAAAC), which includes New England schools across the DI, DII and DIII levels. The men placed solidly, finishing 10th out of 41 teams. The women finished third out of »