2009-10 Yale Women's Track and Field News

  • Yale Posts Best GPA in Ivy League, Earns All-Academic Team Honor from USTFCCCA
    August 04, 2010
    With the 10th-best team grade-point average in the country, and the best in the Ivy League, Yale was honored by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Wednesday as an All‐Academic Track & Field Team. The Bulldogs' GPA of 3.45 placed them well above the cut-off point of 3.0 for All-Academic team recognition.
  • Cadicamo, Duncan, Grace and Lovelace Earn All-Academic Honors from USTFCCCA
    July 28, 2010
    Four Yale student-athletes were named to the 2010 Division I All-Academic Track & Field team, announced by the USTFCCA Wednesday. Yale’s honorees were Alexandra Cadicamo ’10 (Shrub Oak, N.Y.), Claudia Duncan ’10 (Harlingen, Texas), rising senior Kate Grace (Los Angeles, Calif.) and rising junior Anne Lovelace (Boise, Idaho).
  • Kate Grace is All-American
    June 14, 2010
    The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) officially announced the Division I Outdoor Track & Field All-American athletes. Junior Kate Grace has been honored for her seventh-place finish in the 800-meter run on Friday the 11th. A total of 428 individuals were named All-American for their top-eight finishes at the NCAA Championships last weekend.
  • Grace Finishes Seventh in 800 at NCAA Championship
    June 11, 2010
    After a long season and many qualifying rounds, the finals of the 800-meter run were held on Friday at the NCAA Championships at the University of Oregon. Junior Kate Grace competed as one of the top eight runners in the country in a tough event, which should qualify her for All-American honors.
  • Lovelace Competes at NCAA Championships
    June 10, 2010
    Thursday was the second day of the NCAA Championships, hosted by the University of Oregon. Sophomore Anne Lovelace competed in the semifinals of the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
  • Grace Advances to Finals at NCAA Championships
    June 09, 2010
    The University of Oregon is hosting the top college runners in the country for the NCAA Championships June 9-12. Junior Kate Grace competed in the semifinals of the 800-meter run on Wednesday, in which she finished with the seventh-fastest time to advance to the finals.
  • Grace and Lovelace to Compete at NCAA Championships
    June 08, 2010
    The 2010 NCAA Championships begin June 9 and continue until June 12 in Eugene, Ore., hosted by the University of Oregon. Junior Kate Grace will be competing in the 800-meter run and sophomore Anne Lovelace will be competing in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
  • Claudia Duncan Named Second Team CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District
    June 03, 2010
    Claudia Duncan ’10 has been selected to the 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Women's Track & Field/Cross Country Second Team, which was announced Thursday. A political science major, Duncan was a 2010 NCAA Regional qualifier in the 400-meter run outdoors, breaking her own school record with a time of 54.54 at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
  • Lovelace Qualifies for Nationals in Steeplechase
    May 29, 2010
    On the final day of NCAA Regional Championships, sophomore Anne Lovelace qualified for nationals in a close race in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Senior Alexandra Cadicamo also competed in the 5,000-meter run.
  • Four Bulldogs Qualify for NCAA Regionals
    May 28, 2010
    As the regular track and field season has finished, the time for National Championships has approached. The NCAA Regionals will be hosted by North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, N.C., on May 27-29. Senior Alexandra Cadicamo, senior Claudia Duncan, junior Kate Grace and sophomore Anne Lovelace have qualified for the East Regional Championships.
  • Grace Advances to NCAA Championships
    May 28, 2010
    On the second day of the NCAA Regional Championships, junior Kate Grace competed in the quarterfinals of the 800-meter run and qualified for NCAA Championships in Portland, Ore., June 9-12. Senior Claudia Duncan competed in the quarterfinals of the 400-meter dash and sophomore Anne Lovelace competed in the 3,0000-meter steeplechase.
  • Duncan, Grace Advance on First Day of NCAA Regionals
    May 27, 2010
    Both Yale runners made it through the first round of their respective events Thursday at the NCAA East Regional, hosted by North Carolina A&T. Senior Claudia Duncan's time of 54.03 in the 400-meter dash advanced her to the quarterfinals, which take place Friday at 5:45 p.m. Junior Kate Grace's time of 2:08.51 in the 800-meter run also advanced her to the quarterfinals, which take place Friday at 6:45 p.m.
  • Duncan Scores On Last Day of ECACs
    May 16, 2010
    On the last day of the ECAC Championships, two Bulldogs competed. Senior Claudia Duncan competed in the 400-meter dash, and freshman Elizabeth Marvin competed in the 3,000-meter run.
  • Two Bulldogs Qualify for Finals on Day Two of ECACs
    May 15, 2010
    On the second day of the ECAC Championships, two individuals and three relays competed. Junior Kate Grace and Senior Claudia Duncan qualified for Sunday's finals in their respective events, while others performed well in their last meet of the season.
  • Lovelace and Cadicamo Score on Day One of ECACs
    May 14, 2010
    On the first day of the ECAC Championships at Princeton, Yale had two incredible performances. Sophomore Anne Lovelace set a new school record in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and senior Alexandra Cadicamo ran a new personal record in the 5,000-meter run.
  • Eve King Named 2010-11 Captain
    May 13, 2010
    At the annual track and field banquet on Tuesday night the team elected next year’s captain and listened to the presentation of several awards. Those honored with awards include senior Faith Briggs, senior Claudia Duncan and junior Kate Grace. Junior Eve King was elected captain for the 2010-2011 season.
  • Select Bulldogs Head to ECAC Championships
    May 13, 2010
    Members of the track and field team will return to Princeton, N.J. for the second weekend in a row for ECAC Championships. Athletes from the 90 NCAA Division-I member schools who have met the qualifying standards will compete in the three-day meet, which will take place Fri.-Sun., May 14-16. The ECAC hosts the women's track and field championship for eastern schools concomitantly with the men's IC4A Championships at Princeton. This year five individuals and three relay teams have qualified to compete.
  • Kate Grace Earns First-Team All-Ivy Honors
    May 10, 2010
    Junior Kate Grace received first-team All-Ivy honors for the 2010 outdoor track season. The Ivy League announced the 2010 honorees on Monday following the Heptagonal Championships this past weekend. Grace won the 800-meter run at the Ivy League Championships for the second year in a row.
  • 4x400-meter Relay Team Sets School Record at Heptagonal Championships
    May 09, 2010
    The women’s track and field team members ran past the finish line of the season on Sunday at the Heptagonal Championships. Junior Kate Grace won the 800-meter run. The 4x400-meter relay team set a school record, and the 4x100-meter relay team made Yale’s all-time top-10 list. The Bulldogs finished the meet in eighth place with 23 points.
  • Duncan Sets Record on Day One of Heptagonal Championships
    May 08, 2010
    The Heptagonal Championships opened to high winds on Saturday at Princeton’s Weaver Stadium. Only five events were scored for the women, as most of the events were preliminary rounds to determine who would race in tomorrow’s finals. Yale did not score points in any of those five events, but four Bulldogs qualified for finals on Sunday. Senior Claudia Duncan had the most impressive race of the day when she won her heat of the 400-meter dash in 54.54, smashing her own previous school record of 55.49. This time should qualify Duncan for the NCAA Regional Championships in the event.
  • Bulldogs to Compete at Heptagonal Championships
    May 06, 2010
    This weekend is the culmination of a long year of competition for the Bulldogs. On Saturday and Sunday they will compete against all of their Ivy League rivals at the Heptagonal Championships in Princeton, N.J. This is the last team competition for the Bulldogs, and the last meet that does not require certain qualifying times. On Saturday, Princeton will host preliminary heats of all running events (finals only of the 10,000-meter run), and finals of many field events. All of Sunday's events will be finals.
  • Yale Hosts Springtime Invitational
    April 25, 2010
    Yale hosted the last regular meet of the season on a cold, rainy Sunday. It was the last home meet for the seniors. Most of the Bulldogs who competed at Penn Relays in the past few days did not compete on Sunday. Many schools such as So. Connecticut State, Sacred Heart, and Ivy League rivals Dartmouth and Columbia came to the meet.
  • Yale Competes in 4x800 at Penn Relays
    April 24, 2010
    The Yale 4x800-meter relay team competed at Penn Relays on Saturday afternoon. It was the last and most crowded day of the 116th annual competition. The Bulldogs finished seventh in their field for a satisfying end to their week.
  • Lovelace Wins Steeplechase at First Day of Penn Relays
    April 22, 2010
    Seven Yale track and field athletes competed at the 166th Annual Penn Relays on Thursday. At one of the biggest and most historic track meets in the world – drawing more than 22,000 entries and more than 100,000 spectators over three days – Yale was able to show its strengths.
  • Bulldogs to Compete at 116th Penn Relays
    April 21, 2010
    This weekend a select group of Bulldogs will compete in the 116th Annual Penn Relays. Hosted by Penn, the three-day long Carnival takes place on Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. It is the largest and longest-running track meet in the world, and this year almost 250 colleges will send athletes, along with nearly 1,000 high schools and athletes from around the world, to total more than 22,000 entries. Yale will send three relay teams and several individual competitors. On Sunday, Yale will host the Springtime Invitational.
  • Many Wins at Home Meet
    April 17, 2010
    The Bulldogs braved an unusually cold and rainy day on Saturday to host the annual Harvard-Yale dual meet. Yale posted some very impressive times in running events, winning eight of the eleven events. Though there were many impressive performances, the Bulldogs ended the meet with 69 points to Harvard’s 93.
  • Bulldogs Host Annual Yale-Harvard Dual Meet
    April 15, 2010
    This Saturday Yale will host Harvard for the annual dual meet between the two rivals. The events will take place Saturday afternoon at the Cuyler Field-Dwyer Track complex. This is the Bulldogs’ first home meet of the season, and will be their last small meet.
  • Bulldogs Compete at Penn-Yale-Princeton Tri-Meet
    April 10, 2010
    The Bulldogs returned to Princeton this weekend to compete in the annual Penn-Yale-Princeton tri-meet. In the tough competition against two strong teams, the Bulldogs finished third with 25 points.
  • Yale to Compete at Ivy League Tri-Meet
    April 08, 2010
    The Bulldogs will be returning to Princeton, N.J., for the second weekend in a row to compete in the annual Penn-Yale-Princeton tri-meet. This will be the Yale women’s first small meet against league rivals, and it will be an interesting gauge of how the team can compete.
  • Big Wins for Yale at Sam Howell Invitational
    April 03, 2010
    The Bulldogs closed out a big day at the Sam Howell Invitational on Saturday with several more wins. After an auspicious opening on Friday night, with wins by junior Kate Grace and sophomore Anne Lovelace, the team continued to do well, with wins in three other events and strong performances all around.
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