CREW: Yale takes three titles over weekend
The Yale women’s, men’s heavyweight and men’s lightweight crew teams saw intense competition from Dartmouth, Boston University, Penn, Columbia and Cornell this weekend.
CREW: Bulldogs roll in tough conditions
The Yale men’s lightweight crew team opened its season with a victory against Navy, while the women’s team triumphed over Ivy opponents Penn and Columbia at home this weekend.
WOMEN’S CREW: Elis top Ivy competition
The women’s crew varsity eight finished in second place at the Princeton Chase on Sunday, building on its strong finish at the Head of the Charles regatta the week before. With this result, the Elis varsity eight finished its fall season without losing to an Ivy League crew. The only collegiate team to top them »
LIGHTWEIGHT CREW: First place at Princeton chase
With one last chance to set the stage for the spring season, the Yale men’s lightweight crew team made its final regatta count. The Eli varsity crew won the lightweight eights race at the Princeton Chase regatta on Sunday over a field of IRA crews that included Princeton and Harvard, both of which placed above »
MEN’S CREW: Yale competes at Head of Charles
This weekend, the men’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams emerged satisfied with their performance at the Head of the Charles in Boston, the most important event of the fall season. The heavyweight varsity eight placed 11th out of 32 boats in the Championship Eights event, but more importantly, they were sixth out of Intercollegiate Rowing »
MEN’S CREW: Elis start season on the Housatonic
The men’s lightweight and heavyweight crew teams asserted their dominance in their fall season openers on Saturday, winning every event in the Head of the Housatonic against Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (EARC) opponents Brown, Williams and Columbia. With their first race of the season behind them, the Eli rowers now prepare for the much »
Eight rowers compete at U-23 Worlds
For a few Yale rowers, the 2013 Under-23 World Rowing Championships in Linz, Austria, marked their first time competing internationally.