Yale Honors Seven Seniors and One Team at Senior Student-Athlete ReceptionSeven seniors and one team were honored by the Yale Athletics Department with awards at the annual senior student-athlete reception Saturday afternoon at the Lanman Center in Payne Whitney Gymnasium. The men’s fencing team earned the Brodhead Award for highest team grade point average. Paige Decker (New Preston, Conn.) of the women’s ice hockey team, Jane Kozey (Ansonia, Conn.) of the women’s crew team and Beau Palin (Oconomowoc, Wisc.) of the football team were the recipients of the Ford Student-Athlete Community Outreach Award. Tucker Kocher (San Francisco, Calif.) of the men’s soccer team and Brenda Seah (Singapore) of the women’s fencing team were the recipients of the Kiphuth Student-Athlete Distinction Award. Pat Killian (Nashville, Tenn.) of the men’s swimming and diving team and Kallie Parchman (Baltimore, Md.) of the women’s lacrosse team were the recipients of the Meyer Humanitarian Award.
Three Fencers Wrap Up Competition at NCAAsUp against some of the strongest fencers in the nation, a trio from the Yale women’s fencing team—freshman Joanna Lew, sophomore Katherine Miller and junior captain Lauren Miller—have wrapped up competition at the Mar. 20-23 NCAA National Championship.
Trio Readies for NCAA National ChampionshipThree members of the Yale women’s fencing team—freshman Joanna Lew, sophomore Katherine Miller and junior captain Lauren Miller—will represent the Bulldogs at the Mar. 20-23 NCAA National Championship.
Three Fencers Advance to NCAA NationalsAfter a weekend of competition against some of the toughest fencers in the region, three members of the Yale women’s fencing team have been selected to advance to the Mar. 20-23 NCAA National Championship, which will be hosted this year by Ohio State at the French Field House in Columbus, Ohio. The NCAA made the announcement of the championship field in Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Miller Leads Bulldogs at NCAA RegionalsJunior captain Lauren Miller led the way for the eight members of the Yale women’s fencing competing at the Mar. 9 NCAA Northeast Regional, finishing in sixth place in foil competition.
All-Round Performance at Squad ChampionshipsFacing off against some of the top teams in the nation, the Yale women’s fencing team posted an all-round performance at the Feb. 23 US Collegiate Squad Championships, with its saber squad claiming fourth, epee team finishing fifth and foil squad coming in sixth.
Bulldogs Head to Ivy League ChampionshipOn the heels of victories against Drew and Vassar this past weekend, the Yale women’s fencing team will head to the Feb. 8-9 Ivy League Championship, hosted this year by Brown in Providence, R.I.
Fencers Beat Drew and VassarIt was a successful return home to New Haven, Conn., for the Yale women’s fencing team. After spending last weekend in New York, this weekend it beat out both Drew and Vassar in the seventh-floor fencing salon in Payne Whitney Gymnasium.
Yale Hosts Drew and VassarReturning home after a weekend on the road, the Yale women’s fencing team will host Drew and Vassar for matches on Feb. 1 in Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven, Conn.
Bulldogs Secure Two Wins at NYU InvitationalA mixed day of competition out on the strip saw the Yale women’s fencing team finish with a 2-3 record at the NYU Invitational, held at the Coles Sports Center on Jan. 25 in New York.
Fencers Ready for NYU InvitationalOn the heels of a thrilling victory against Sacred Heart this past weekend, the Yale women’s fencing team will compete at the Jan. 26 NYU Invitational, held at the Coles Sports Center in New York.
Yale Wins Nail-Biter Against Sacred HeartIt came right down to the wire. With the match tied at 13-13, junior captain Lauren Miller fenced the deciding bout of the Yale women’s fencing team’s match-up against Sacred Heart on Jan. 18. Miller and her opponent went into overtime but Miller was able to triumph 5-4, handing the Bulldogs a thrilling 14-13 victory at home in Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven, Conn.
Bulldogs Host Sacred HeartThe Yale women’s fencing team will open spring competition with a Jan. 18 bout against Sacred Heart in Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven, Conn.
Bulldogs Score Two Victories at BrandeisA mixed day out on the strip Sunday saw the Yale women’s fencing team post two wins at the Dec. 8 Brandeis Invitational in Waltham, Mass. Victories came against Boston College and MIT.
Fencers Open Season at BrandeisThe Yale women’s fencing team will kick off its 2013-14 season this weekend at the Dec. 8 Brandeis Invitational in Waltham, Mass.
Bulldogs Ready for 2013-14Bolstered by the addition of three talented freshmen, the Yale women’s fencing team is in good shape for the 2013-14 season ahead.
Bulldogs Add Three FencersThe Yale women’s fencing team will welcome three freshmen—Olivia Briffault, Lillie Lainoff and Joanna Lew—when it starts up competition again in the fall.