April 13, 2005
The Bulldogs were responsible for seven of the first place finishes as Yale teamed up with usual rival Harvard to take on the visiting Oxford and Cambridge teams in Boston.
Brandon Giles won two events, taking home first place in the 100 meter dash (10.70) and 200 meter dash (21.63) as teammates Victor Cheng and Russell Kempf finished behind him in the respective events.
Yale's Kevin Alexander finished first in 48.02 in the 400 meter run, and Dan O'Brien won the 110 hurdles in a time of 14.56. Jihad Beauchman won the high jump with a 2-meter effort, and Matthew Lachman pole vaulted to a 4.50 meter victory.
Yale and Harvard's 4x100 team took home first with a time of 41.35.