2018-19 Yale Gymnastics News

  • Yale Gymnastics Beats Big Ten's Rutgers, Makes History in Season Opener
    January 12, 2019
    The Yale gymnastics team experienced incredible success in the first meet of the 2019 season earning a team score of 193.775. Last season, the team earned a 191.550 in their season opener. This is the highest score Yale has had in a season opener in school history. The Purple Knights followed Yale with a 193.750. Big Ten Rutgers earned third place with 193.175. The Owls of SCSU took fourth posting a 190.275 team score. The Bulldogs placement shows a fantastic sign of what is to come for this 2019 team.
  • Bulldogs Travel to Bridgeport for Gymnastics Season Opener
    January 11, 2019
    The Yale gymnastics team will take the competition floor for the first time in 2019 at the Wheeler Recreation Center Sat., Jan. 12 as they travel nearby to Bridgeport for a quad meet with the Purple Knights, Big Ten competitor Rutgers and Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU). Competing with gymnasts from power conferences will bring out some impressive performances for the Bulldogs, as they look to set the bar high this season. With Yale's second ECAC championship win and 15th Ivy Classic title in 2018, the team is ready to start off strong.
  • Gymnastics Looks to Build on Tonry’s Legacy for 2019
    January 10, 2019
    Given the opportunity to choose this year’s motto for this year's team, Yale gymnastics seniors Kiarra Alleyne, Sarah Caldwell, Mary Catherine Fletcher, Roxanne Trachtenberg and Jessica Wang did not falter.
  • Collins Named Yale Gymnastics Assistant Coach
    January 07, 2019
    Yale head coach Barbara Tonry has announced Jason Collins as the new Yale gymnastics assistant coach. Collins comes to Yale from EVO Athletics, where he was vice president, chief athletic officer and director of men’s gymnastics, and women’s elite team coach.
  • Yale to Host Four Home Gymnastics Meets in 2019
    October 26, 2018
    The team is looking forward to a challenging 2019 schedule as forty-seventh year head coach Barbara Tonry announced the Bulldogs’ schedule on Wednesday.
  • Gymnastics Adding Three in Class of 2022
    August 20, 2018
    Coming off the most successful year in team history, the Yale gymanstics team plans to build on last season's ECAC conference and Ivy Classic victories with the addition of the class of 2022. The team welcomes three first-years who show promise of adding outstanding routines, bigger scores and championship-caliber gymnastics to Yale's team.