Four Yale women were named to All-American teams by the College Squash Association on Wednesday. For the fourth consecutive year, senior Millie Tomlinson earned a spot on the list as a First Team All-American.
After a strong quarterfinal win, senior Millie Tomlinson came up short in the semifinals of the CSA National Individual Championships in Philadelphia. Meanwhile, freshman Shiyuan Mao defeated a fellow Bulldog, sophomore Annie Ballaine, to advance to the semifinals in the Holleran Division.
Three Yale players survived the first day of the College Squash Association Individual Championships in Philadelphia. Senior Millie Tomlinson advanced to the Ramsay Cup quarterfinals, while freshman Shiyuan Mao and sophomore Annie Ballaine moved on to the round of 16.
The No. 4 Yale Bulldogs saw their national title hopes come to an end Saturday as they suffered a 6-3 defeat against No. 1 Harvard in the Howe Cup semifinals. While the Bulldogs kept it close in the early going, Harvard pulled away from a 2-2 tie to secure the victory.
No. 5 Yale began its final week of Ivy League play with a 7-2 victory over No. 10 Brown Tuesday at the Pizzitola Sports Center. With the win, Yale (14-2, 4-1 Ivy) began a critical week of play on the right foot.The Bulldogs are still in the hunt for the Ivy League title, but need to win out in order to keep their hopes alive.
The No. 5 Yale Bulldogs came up just short Saturday in a 5-4 loss to the No. 3 Penn Quakers. Yale (12-2, 2-1 Ivy) fought hard all day, but Penn prevailed in a nail-biting contest that saw four matches — including those in the three top spots — require all five games to decide a winner.
No. 5 Yale closed out a long week of squash action with 9-0 victories over No. 12 George Washington and No. 17 Middlebury at the Brady Squash Center on Saturday. The wins nicely wrapped up a five-match week for the Bulldogs (12-1, 2-0 Ivy), who notched victories against four of their five opponents.
Despite an early lead, No. 5 Yale came up short against No. 2 Trinity Wednesday night at the Brady Squash Center. The 5-4 loss was the Bulldog’s first of the season, while the Bantams remain undefeated on the year.
This Sunday, No. 5 Yale will host No. 32 Haverford and No. 28 Tufts at the Brady Squash Center. The Bulldogs (6-0, 2-0 Ivy) have earned 9-0 victories in each of their first six matches, and will look to keep up their high level of play this weekend.
No. 5 Yale returns from winter break this week with a busy slate of games. The Bulldogs will travel to matches with No. 13 Franklin and Marshall and No. 14 Drexel on Wednesday before opening the Ivy League season against No. 11 Columbia on Saturday and No. 6 Cornell on Sunday.