GYMNASTICS: Elis near record score, take fourth
Following a season-high performance at last week’s Ivy Classic, the Yale gymnastics team put up another strong performance, scoring less than four-tenths of a point off of their record at Towson.
GYMNASTICS: Elis compete in Windy City
On Friday, the Yale gymnastics team rebounded from last week’s season-worst performance against Springfield College in a tri-school meet in the Windy City. The Bulldogs scored 190.750 points at the Navy Pier Quad Meet in Chicago, placing behind Iowa State’s 194.950 and Northern Illinois’s 194.475.
GYMNASTICS: Bulldogs notch win at home
Despite uncharacteristic mistakes that led to a season-low team score, strong individual performances propelled the Yale gymnastics team to a victory over visiting Springfield College on Saturday. The Bulldogs defeated the Pride 188.650–184.250 and placed first in every event, though Springfield College senior Abby Clark took the all-around title.
GYMNASTICS: Yale takes second in home opener
The Yale gymnastics team posted a season-high point total at its first home meet of the season, placing second out of four teams at the competition that honored former Yale coach Don Tonry.
GYMNASTICS: Meet honors former Yale coach
The Yale gymnastics team will host its first home meet on Saturday, but the first annual Don Tonry Invitational has a special meaning to anyone who has been part of the Yale gymnastics program since 1962. A lynchpin of Yale gymnastics, Tonry was a coach, an Olympian and an administrator. He died at the age of 78 in May 2013.
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.