At the end of season banquet two weeks ago, the Yale women's Swimming and Diving Team honored several swimmers with the traditional end of season awards. Seniors Chelsea Dunlap and Courtney Randolph, sophomores Eva Fabian, Emma Smith and Ali Stephens-Pickeral and freshmen Michelle Chintanaphol, Lilybet MacRae and Kina Zhou all received individual awards for their performances this season.
The Yale women's swimming and diving team has elected junior Elizabeth Larsen to be the team's captain for the 2014-15 season. Larsen is a history major in Trumbull College who hails from Richmond, Va. She will be assuming the role of captain from senior Chelsea Dunlap.
Yale's representatives at the 2014 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships wrapped up their events this weekend, with sophomore swimmer Eva Fabian competing in the 1,650-yard freestyle and freshman diver Lilybet MacRae taking part in the three-meter dive.
Both of Yale’s representatives at the 2014 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships participated in the first day of competition on Thursday, with sophomore Eva Fabian competing in the 500-yard freestyle and freshman diver Lilybet MacRae taking part in the one-meter diving competition.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will be sending two athletes to compete in this weekend’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, held in Minneapolis, Minn. Sophomore distance freestyle swimmer Eva Fabian and freshman diver Lilybet MacRae will be representing the Bulldogs in competition at NCAAs.
Freshman diver Lilybet MacRae has qualified for the 2014 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships following her excellent performance on Day Two of the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships. MacRae finished third in Tuesday's three-meter competition, one day after finishing third in the one-meter competition.
The first day of competition at the 2014 NCAA Zone A Diving Championships is in the books, with Yale’s two divers, sophomore Danielle DeNunzio and freshman Lilybet MacRae, both delivering solid performances.
Two Yale divers will be competing in the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships with six spots at the NCAA Championships up for grabs. Sophomore Danielle DeNunzio and freshman Lilybet MacRae will be traveling to Blacksburg, Va. for the Zone A meet.
The All-Ivy Swimming and Diving Teams were announced on Wednesday, with Yale boasting four All-Ivy First Team recipients (in five events), more than any other school in the league. Yale also tied for the most individual All-Ivy Second Team recipients in the league with five and had a relay team earn Second Team honors as well.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced the 2013 Fall CSCAA Scholar All-America Teams on Wednesday, and the Yale women’s swimming and diving team finished 16th among all Division I schools in the country. Yale finished above all seven other Ivy League schools.
Competition wrapped up today at the 2014 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, as Yale finished in third place with 1163.5 points. Harvard finished in first place with 1409 points, with Princeton in second with 1384 points.
After two days of competition, the Yale women’s swimming and diving team sits in third place at the 2014 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships with 739 points. Harvard is in first place with 952 points, followed by Princeton in second with 924 points. The Bulldogs came into the day in third place with 351 points, 90 points behind first-place Princeton.
After one day of competition at the 2014 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, Yale sits comfortably in third place with 351 points. Princeton leads the meet with 441 and Harvard is a close second with 424.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is traveling to Providence, R.I., to compete in the 2014 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, which begin on Thursday. In last year’s meet, the Bulldogs finished in fourth place, a result that Yale is keen to improve on this year.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team won its final regular season meet on Saturday, traveling to Providence, R.I., to defeat Brown by a score of 156-144. Following the come-from-behind victory over the Bears, the Bulldogs can look ahead towards the Ivy League Championship meet in two weeks.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will travel to Providence, R.I., on Saturday to face Brown in its final meet of the regular season. The Bulldogs will try to carry their momentum from HYP’s into their meet with the Bears.
The 2014 HYP swimming meet wrapped up on Sunday, as the Yale women’s swimming team finished up behind both Harvard and Princeton in the two-day meet. The Bulldogs were outscored by the Crimson 195-105 and finished behind the Tigers 179-121.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team concluded the first day of competition vs. Harvard and Princeton Saturday at Kiphuth Exhibition Pool. The Bulldogs showcased their strength in the distance events, taking three of the top five spots in the 1000 free -- including a first-place finish for sophomore Eva Fabian (9:56.90). Freshman Isla Hutchinson-Maddox was third (10:00.14) and sophomore Casey Lincoln was fifth (10:09.60).
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team hosts the biggest meet of the season so far this weekend, as Harvard and Princeton come to town for the annual “HYP” meet. Yale has rattled off a number of impressive wins this season and is prepared to make a major statement against two of the Ivy League’s premier teams.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team continued its torrid start to the 2014 calendar year, beating the University of New Hampshire by a tight margin of 156.5 to 143.5. The Wildcats had been undefeated heading into the meet.
Following a weekend off from competition, the Yale women’s swimming and diving team is back in action on Friday, Jan. 24, when it travels to Durham, N.H., to take on the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. It will be the Bulldogs’ final tune-up before the two-day tri-meet with Harvard and Princeton.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team won its first home meet of the season today, prevailing 181-116 against Cornell. It was a dominant performance for the Bulldogs, who won 11 of 16 events. Yale improves to 1-1 in Ivy League dual meets with the win, and remains unbeaten at home since the 2010-11 season.
Yale’s women’s swimming and diving team will kick off the New Year with two home meets this week. The Bulldogs host Cornell on Wednesday and face off against Dartmouth and Penn on Saturday. As they enter the heart of their Ivy League schedule following an extended break from competition, the Bulldogs are excited to improve on the already impressive speed they have shown in earlier meets.
Following three hard-fought days at Princeton’s Big Al Open, the Yale women’s swimming and diving team finished second. In a truly impressive early season performance for a young squad, the Bulldogs totaled 961 points over three days of competition, ahead of everyone but defending Ivy League champion Princeton, with 1113 points.
Through two days of Princeton’s Big Al Open invitational, the Yale women’s swimming and diving team is showing very impressive speed for this early point in the season. Following the second day of action, the Bulldogs are still in second place with 656 points, behind Princeton with 721 points. Both teams are well in front of third-place Dartmouth.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team sits in second place after the first day of Princeton’s Big Al Open invitational. The Bulldogs delivered strong performances in each of Friday’s five events and sit within striking distance of the Tigers with two days of competition left. Princeton leads with 281 points, Yale is second with 258 points and Dartmouth is in third with 183 points.
After a weekend off competition during Thanksgiving Break, the Yale women’s swimming and diving team returns to action this Friday for the first day of the three-day Princeton Invitational. The Bulldogs will travel to Princeton, N.J., for their final meet of the fall semester.
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team started Thanksgiving Break off with an impressive meet, beating both the University of Bridgeport and Sacred Heart. The Bulldogs topped the host Bridgeport Knights by a score of 100-79 and beat the Pioneers 107-76.