GYMNASTICS: Tough loss for Bulldogs
The Yale gymnastics squad nearly tied its record-setting team total against Ivy rival Penn on Sunday, thanks to solid routines by captain Morgan Traina ’15 and Tatiana Winkelman ’17, but ultimately fell 193.150–191.000 in heartbreaking fashion.
GYMNASTICS: Elis hope to vault into contention
With their eyes on the Ivy League title, the members of the Yale gymnastics team will begin their 2015 season on Sunday at the New Hampshire Invitational. Following a second-place finish at the Ivy Classic and a fifth-place finish at ECAC Championships. And with top gymnast and team captain Morgan Traina ’15 returning, the Bulldogs hope to soar to greater heights this year.
Yale seeks consistency in fourth place finish
Coming off one of its best performances and a second-place finish at the Ivy Classic, the gymnastics team was looking to carry its momentum forward this past Friday in a quad meet against Western Michigan, Bridgeport and host Penn State.
GYMNASTICS: clinches home opener
In Yale’s first gymnastics meet of the 2014 season, the Bulldogs took down Ancient Eight competitor Penn by a narrow 184.350 to 182.800 margin on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. in the John J. Lee Amphitheater in Payne Whitney Gym. The Quakers traveled to New Haven for their second meet of the season after losing »
Gymnasts spring into ’14
While most Yale students neglected their fitness routines over the holidays, Yale’s gymnastics team was busy gearing up for its 2014 season. The team opened the season this past Sunday at the New Hampshire Invitational. The Bulldogs competed against the University of Minnesota, the University of New Hampshire and Brown, finishing fourth with a final »
GYMNASTICS | Sooksengdao ’16 takes beam title
While most Yale students spent spring break relaxing with friends and family, the gymnastics team remained hard at work preparing for its biggest competition of the year, hoping to win its first season meet and upset the field at Saturday’s ECAC championships.