TRACK & FIELD: Track starts outdoor season
Although it still feels like winter in New Haven, the men’s and women’s track and field teams started the outdoor season in South Carolina at the Shamrock Invitational.
TRACK & FIELD: Bulldogs build momentum on home turf
After impressive individual showings two weeks ago in Boston followed by a week of recovery, the Bulldogs were back on the track on Friday and Saturday as the host of the 10th annual Giegengack Invitational, held in Coxe Cage.
TRACK & FIELD: Elis set records at invitational
On Friday and Saturday, the men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled up to Boston to compete in the 2014 John Thomas Terrier Classic Meet. Held annually by Boston University, the unscored Terrier Invitational attracts a large field of competitive athletes, many of whom the Bulldogs will expect to face in the Northeast Regional »
TRACK & FIELD: Individuals impress in Hanover
In their first officially scored meet of the spring season on Saturday, Yale’s men and women’s track and field teams competed in their annual tri-meet against Dartmouth and Columbia, this year hosted by the Big Green in Hanover, New Hampshire. Although there were some very strong individual performances, both teams placed in third overall. The »
TRACK&FIELD: Track excels at Yale Invitational
The Elis hit the ground running in the new year and completed their final unscored meet of the Indoor season in the Yale Invitational last weekend. After returning from winter break, the Yale track and field team lined up against nearby collegiate institutions including Brown, Bryant and Boston College. In the 32nd annual Yale Invitational »
INDOOR: Snajder ’14 paces the Bulldogs
In her junior campaign with the women’s track and field team, Amanda Snajder ’14 set the school record in the pentathlon during the 2012–’13 indoor season with 3658 points and set personal best records in high jump, long jump, shot put, javelin toss and the heptathlon. Following her stellar season, Snajder was elected captain of »
INDOOR: Elis ready for their first hurdle
Although the Elis appear to be the strongest in the longer distances, a similar combination of veteran experience and freshman talent will carry Yale in sprinting events.