2016-2017 Women's Swimming and Diving News

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    March 07, 2017
    Tennant Has Solid Performances at NCAA Zones Junior McKenna Tennant of the Yale women's swimming and diving team wrapped up her performances at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships today. Tennant finished in 26th place in the 3-meter event (245.25 points) and 28th place in the 1-meter event (227.95 points). Although she did not qualify for finals, her performance on both boards placed her in the top half of all competitors, an impressive feat considering the high level of competition. Head diving coach Chris Bergere noted that Tennant performed a respectable list of dives in the 3-meter event and that she remained optimistic throughout. The experience will be valuable for Tennant as she moves towards her final season as a Bulldog in 2017-2018.
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    March 03, 2017
    Tennant to Compete at NCAA Zone Diving Championship Junior of the women’s swimming and diving team McKenna Tennant is set to compete at the NCAA Zone Diving Championship next week. The meet will be contested at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., Mar. 6-7. This will be the most challenging competition that Tennant has faced all year, but Head Diving Coach Chris Bergere noted that it will be a valuable experience for Tennant and it will make her stronger mentally. That will be especially important as she looks towards her senior season next year.
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    February 24, 2017
    Bulldogs Earn All-Ivy Recognition, Henry is Ivy League Coach of the Year Following the Bulldogs' Ivy League Championships Title, multiple team members were named to the All-Ivy team, four members won special awards, and Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women's Swimming and Diving, Jim Henry was named Ivy League Coach of the Year. This is Henry's fifth season with the Bulldogs, who earned the program's first Ivy League Championship title in twenty years. Teammates Bella Hindley and Cailley Silbert shared the honor of Individual High Point Swimmer of the Meet. Hindley won the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle and placed second in the 100-yard backstroke. Silbert won the 1000-yard freestyle and the 1650-yard freestyel and placed second in the 500-yard freestyle.
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    February 18, 2017
    Yale Wins Ivy League Championship for First Time in Two Decades The Yale women’s swimming and diving team captured its first Ivy League Championship since 1997 Saturday following four days of competition at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships. The team fought a close battle against Harvard before pulling ahead on day three and holding on for the win with 1681 points. Throughout the meet, the Bulldogs set 12 Yale records and five Ivy League records.
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    February 17, 2017
    Yale Moves into First Place on Day Three of Ivy Championships The Yale women’s swimming and diving team demonstrated their depth during day three of competition at the Ivy League Championships. Fourteen Bulldogs qualified for finals or consolation finals based on their prelim performances in individual swimming events and two Bulldogs were in the top seeded heat of the 1000-yard freestyle. During prelims, thirteen performances were under the NCAA B qualifying time in the respective event and Charlotte O’Leary’s prelim time of 1:00.88 in the 100-yard breaststroke was a new Brown pool record. Three Bulldogs qualified for finals in the 3-meter diving event and three divers qualified for the consolation finals.
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    February 16, 2017
    Another Relay Victory and Three School Records on Day Two of Ivy Championships The Yale women’s swimming and diving team followed up on their early successes with a strong second day at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships. Eleven swimmers qualified for finals in individual events and four divers qualified for finals in the 1-meter diving event. Destiny Nelson secured a new Yale record in the 200-yard individual medley, Isabella Hindley posted a new record in the 50-yard freestyle and the 200-yard freestyle relay squad of Hindley, Kate Rogers, Maddy Zimmerman and Kina Zhou also posted a new Yale record time.
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    February 15, 2017
    Bulldogs Start Ivy Championships with Three School and Two Ivy Records The Yale women’s swimming and diving team got off to a strong start on the first day of the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships with three new Yale records and two new Ivy League records. At the conclusion of day one, they sit firmly in first place in the team rankings. In the first event, the 200-yard medley relay, Yale took first place with a final time of 1:37.71, beating the former Yale and Ivy record (1:39.06) by more than a second. Heidi VanderWel led off the with a 24.77 backstroke split, followed by Charlotte O’Leary on the breaststroke split (27.69), Maddy Zimmerman on the butterfly split (23.46) and Isabella Hindley on the freestyle split (21.79).
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    February 13, 2017
    Undefeated Bulldogs Ready to take on Ivy Championship Challenge The Yale women’s swimming and diving team, undefeated thus far this season, is prepared for its next challenge, the Ivy League Championships. The four-day meet, which begins on Wednesday, will give the Bulldogs a shot at the Ivy League Championship title, which they only narrowly lost to Harvard in the 2016 Championships. Competition will be held at the Katherine Moran Aquatics Center at Brown in Providence, R.I. It begins with the 800-yard freestyle relay on Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. and will continue with three days of prelim-final competition from Thursday to Saturday, with prelim swimming sessions beginning at 11:00 a.m., prelim diving sessions at 1:30 p.m. and final sessions beginning at 6:00 p.m.
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    February 07, 2017
    Liu and Zhou Earn Swimmer of the Week Honors Danielle Liu '18 and Kina Zhou '17 earned swimmer of the week honors his week from Collegeswimming.com. Both women had strong performances at the HYP meet last weekend and were instrumental in helping Yale to it's victory over Harvard and Princeton.
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    February 04, 2017
    Bulldogs Dominate Competition and Defeat Harvard and Princeton The Yale women’s swimming and diving team built on their successes from day one to emerge victorious after day two of HYP competition. The Bulldogs defeated Harvard, 223.50-76.50 and defeated Princeton, 230-70. This leaves the Bulldogs with an undefeated regular season record, 16-0 and 7-0 in the Ivy League.
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    February 03, 2017
    Bulldogs Take the Lead After Day One of HYP The Yale women’s swimming and diving team dominated day one of the tri-meet against Harvard and Princeton at the conclusion of the first of two days of competition. The team score against Harvard stands at 107-43 and the team score against Princeton stands at 115-35. The day started off on a strong note with the 3-meter diving event. The field of divers was the deepest in the Ivy League and competition was tough. Senior Lilybet MacRae won the event by nearly thirty points, with a final score of 322.20. McKenna Tennant took third with a final score of 284.55. Hannah Walsh and Talbott Paulsen finished in seventh and eighth, respectively.
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    February 02, 2017
    Yale to Host Harvard and Princeton in HYP Showdown The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is preparing to host the annual HYP meet this weekend, Feb. 3-4. The tri-meet meet will the be the last regular season competition for the Bulldogs before the Ivy Championships in February. All three teams, Harvard, Princeton and Yale, are undefeated in official Ivy dual meet competition so far this season, so this weekend’s showdown will determine who holds on to the undefeated record and earns the Ivy dual meet trophy.
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    January 25, 2017
    Women Record 12th Highest Fall GPA Amongst Division I Teams The Yale women's swimming and diving team recorded the 12th highest team GPA amongst all NCAA Division I women's teams for the fall semster, according to the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA). The Bulldogs' fall 2016 GPA of 3.60 easily cleared the hurdle of 3.00 required to be considered for the Scholar All-America Award. In addition to their national ranking, the Bulldogs have the scond-highest GPA in the Ivy League, with Brown taking the top spot.
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    January 20, 2017
    CCSU Falls and Bulldogs Remain Undefeated The Yale women's swimming and diving team defeated Central Connecticut State University today, 158-80. The latest vicotry bolsters the Bulldogs undefeated record to 14-0. The meet was highlighted by numerous individual event and relay event victories, including a 1-2-3 sweep in the 1-meter diving event led by Talbott Paulsen, a sweep of the 100-yard butterfly led by Isabella Hindley, a sweep of the 500-yard freestyle led by Destiny Nelson, and sweeps of the 50-yard freestyle and 200-yard freestyle events, led by Amy Zhao and Beatrix Thompson, respectively.
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    January 18, 2017
    Women’s Swimming and Diving Breaks into National Top 25 The Yale women’s swimming and diving team has broken into the top-25 NCAA Division I team rankings, according to the most recent poll published by the College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA). The Bulldogs’ undefeated dual record and recent upset of Penn State contributed to the ranking. The Bulldogs seat in 24th places them just behind powerhouses such as Florida, Ohio State, Duke and Virginia Tech.
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    January 14, 2017
    Bulldogs Upset Penn State and Rutgers to Remain Undefeated The Yale women’s swimming and diving team wrapped up the second and final day of competition against Penn State and Rutgers by defeating both teams. Day two started off on a strong note with a victory in the 200-yard medley relay from the “A” squad of Heidi VanderWel, Charlotte O’Leary, Maddy Zimmerman and Isabella Hindley with a final time of 1:43.12. They just out-touched the Penn State “A” squad by half a second. Yale’s “B” squad of Jacquelyn Du, Pauline Kaminski, Lili Margitai and Kate Rogers was not far behind, taking third place with a final time of 1:44.68.
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    January 13, 2017
    Bulldogs Conclude Day One of Penn State and Rutgers Tri-Meet on Strong Note The Yale women’s swimming and diving team completed the first of two days of competition against Penn State and Rutgers. Day one was highlighted by two relay victories and four individual victories against a very competitive field. Currently, Yale sits in the lead, 132-54 against Rutgers and 123-62 against Penn State.
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    January 11, 2017
    Undefeated Bulldogs to Take on Two Non-Ivy Teams This Weekend The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will take on Penn State and Rutgers on Jan. 13-14 in a tri-meet. Last year, the Bulldogs took on Penn State and Rutgers at home and defeated Rutgers 231-122, but fell to Penn State, 157-196. This year, given their recent successes against both Ivy and non-Ivy teams, the Bulldogs hope to remain undefeated after the weekend matchup. That will take a total team effort, with strong individual and relay event performances, as well as solid performances from the divers.
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    January 07, 2017
    Dartmouth and Penn Fall to Yale in Tri-Meet After a strong start with the diving events last night, the swimmers continued to dominate Dartmouth and Penn, emerging victorious over both teams. The final score against Dartmouth was 252-48 and the final score against Penn was 221-79. In the swimming events, the Bulldogs started off with a strong 1-2 finish in the 200-yard medley relay. The “A” squad of Heidi VanderWel, Charlotte O’Leary, Maddy Zimmerman and Isabella Hindley won with a final time of 1:42.78. The “B” squad of Jacquelyn Du, Pauline Kaminski, Sydney Hirschi and Kate Rogers grabbed a second-place finish with a final time of 1:46.80, still nearly two seconds ahead of Penn’s “A” squad.
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    January 06, 2017
    Bulldogs Dominate Diving Events against Dartmouth and Penn The Yale women's swimming and diving team started the tri-meet against Dartmouth and Penn on a strong note with the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events. Yale divers swept the top six spots in the 1-meter event and the top four in the 3-meter event, reeling in nuemrous points for the Bulldogs. In the 3-meter event, Talbott Paulsen led the sweep with 316.95 points, followed by Hannah Walsh and Mckenna Tennant and Lilybet MacRae in second through fourth places with 273.20, 268.90 and 268.65 points, respectively. In addition, Samantha Traina took sixth place with 246.00 points and Olivia Loucks took seventh place with 244.10 points.
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    January 04, 2017
    Yale to Host Dartmouth and Penn in Tri-Meet Matchup The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will host Dartmouth and Penn this weekend in an Ivy League tri-meet. The matchup will come just a few days after the Bulldogs return from their winter training trip in Florida. Last year, the Bulldogs defeated both teams when the meet was held at the University of Pennsylvania. The final score against the Dartmouth Big Green was 249-51 and the final score against the Penn Quakers was 195-105. Historically, Penn has put up some strong competition in the relay events and that will be a good test for the Bulldogs again this year.
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    December 29, 2016
    Bulldogs Defeat Calvin, Cornell and Florida International The Yale women’s swimming and diving team started off their annual winter training trip with a quad meet against Calvin College, Cornell and Florida International University. The Bulldogs defeated all three teams: 251-46 against Calvin College, 235-64 against Cornell and 222-77 against Florida International. The meet was a good chance for the Bulldogs to get back into racing, as they will have a full schedule of competition in January and February after they return from the training trip. The competition started off strong with the 200-yard medley relay. The Yale “A” squad of Heidi VanderWel, Charlotte O’Leary, Maddy Zimmerman and Kina Zhou took first place in 1:42.67, about two seconds ahead of their Florida International competitors. The “B” squad of Jacquelyn Du, Pauline Kaminski, Lili Margitai and Isabella Hindley was right behind in third place.
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    December 27, 2016
    Bulldogs to Contest Cornell in Florida The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will be competing in a double-dual meet against Cornell and Florida International University in North Miami, Fla., later this week. The meet will be contested not far from the location of the winter training trip site for the Bulldogs, who will spend about one week in Florida after the meet to train outside and enjoy the weather. Last season’s matchup against Cornell was in Puerto Rico and the Bulldogs easily defeated the Big Red, 158-84. Yale took the win in nearly every individual event, including 1-2-3 sweeps of both diving events.
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    December 08, 2016
    Bulldogs Take Down Southern Connecticut The Yale women’s swimming and diving team took on Southern Connecticut State University this afternoon and came away victorious 157-83. The meet gave the Bulldogs one last chance to compete before they take a few weeks off of competition to focus on the end of the academic semester and winter training. On the swimming side, the meet started off strong with a 1-2 finish in the 200-yard medley relay. The “A” squad of Heidi VanderWel, Pauline Kaminski, Sydney Hirschi and Mackenzie Franklin took the win in 1:47.71. The “B” squad of Michelle Chintanaphol, Alexa Kalandiak, Isla Hutchinson-Maddox and Carrie Heilbrun took second with a final time of 1:51.35.
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    December 06, 2016
    Bulldogs Ready for SCSU on Thursday The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will take on Southern Connecticut State University this Thursday in the final dual meet before the student-athletes head into final exam period and the winter break from classes. Coming off their recent victories against Boston University and the University of Connecticut, this meet will provide one final competitive tune-up before the Bulldogs take a few weeks off of competition to focus on winter training. In past matchups with Southern Connecticut, the Bulldogs have come away victorious; last year, Yale won 155-97.
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    December 03, 2016
    Bulldogs Take Down Connecticut and BU The Yale women’s swimming and diving team took on two local non-Ivy teams today in a tri-meet hosted by the University of Connecticut. The Bulldogs beat the University of Connecticut, 182-117 and Boston University, 210-89. “It was a fantastic day of racing. To come away with two wins and five pool records is a great day,” commented Jim Henry, the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women’s Swimming.
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    December 01, 2016
    Bulldogs Ready for Local Tri-Meet This Weekend The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is set to compete against Boston University and the University of Connecticut in a tri-meet this weekend. After a series of Ivy dual meets and competitive mid-season invitationals at Ohio State and Virginia Tech, this meet will give the Bulldogs a chance to compete against a few local, non-Ivy teams. The meet will keep the Bulldogs competitive as they finish up the final few weeks of the fall semester and before they head off for winter break and a winter training tip in Florida.
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    November 22, 2016
    Sophomore Nelson Named Swimmer of the Week Sophomore Destiny Nelson, from the Yale women’s swimming and diving team, was named Collegeswimming.com Ivy League Swimmer of the Week for the period Nov. 14-20. Nelson had outstanding performances at the Ohio State Invitational Nov. 18-20, posting three top-10 individual finishes and a top-10 relay finish. She also set three new Yale school records in individual events. In the 200-yard individual medley, Nelson finished in 10th place with a final time of 1:59.59, beating the former Yale record of 2:00.97 set in 2009 by Hayes Hyde ‘12. In the 400-yard individual medley, Nelson finished in eighth place with a final time of 4:13.73, beating the former Yale record of 4:14.24 set in 2014 by Emma Smith ‘16. In the 200-yard backstroke, Nelson finished in 10th place with a final time of 1:56.27, beating the former Yale record of 1:56.72 set in 2011 by Molly Albrecht ‘13.
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    November 20, 2016
    Bulldogs Finish Strong in Fourth Place at Ohio State Invitational The Yale women’s swimming and diving team wrapped up the Ohio State Invitational with a fourth-place team finish of ten teams total, pulling ahead of Iowa in the third day of competition to finish with 385 points. Ahead of Yale, Stanford finished first in the team rankings with 1080 points, Kentucky was second with 615 points and Ohio State was third with 609 points. “We had a great meet against some of the top swimmers in the NCAA. The [Yale] team improved with each session and finished with our strongest performances on the last day,” said Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women’s Swimming and Diving, Jim Henry.
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    November 19, 2016
    Bulldogs Remain in Fifth Place After Day Two The Bulldogs gained strength on day two of the Ohio State Invitational, posting multiple top-10 finishes in individual and relay events. The evening finals session was also highlighted by another new Yale team record for Destiny Nelson. In the opening event, the 200-yard medley relay, Yale’s “A” squad of Isabella Hindley, Charlotte O’Leary, Maddy Zimmerman and Kina Zhou finished in fourth place with a final time of 1:40.01. The race was close, with the second through sixth place teams finishing within one second of each other. Yale’s “B” squad of Heidi VanderWel, Pauline Kaminski, Lili Margitai and Kate Rogers finished in 11th place to bring in extra points for the Bulldogs.
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    November 18, 2016
    Yale In Fifth Place After Day One of Ohio State Invitational The Yale women’s swimming and diving team sits in fifth place after the first of three days of competition at the Ohio State Invitational. The first through fourth place teams are Stanford, Ohio State, Kentucky, and Iowa, respectively. The day was highlighted by a strong relay performance and multiple strong individual performances, including a new Yale team record set by Destiny Nelson. Three individual events and two relays were contested today: 200-yard freestyle relay, 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard freestyle, 400-yard medley relay. The top 40 athletes in the preliminaries qualified for finals.
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    November 17, 2016
    MacRae, Paulsen, Tennant Dive Well in 3-Meter Finals Three divers from the Yale women's swimming and diving team qualified for finals in the 3-meter diving event at the 2016 Hokie Fall Invitational, hosted by Virginia Tech. Lilybet MacRae, Talbott Paulsen and McKenna Tennant qualified for this evening's finals based on their performance in six dives during the prelims earlier today. Tennant finished in seventh place with 263.00 points, Paulsen finished in eighth place with 230.35 points and MacRae finished in ninth place. Head Diving Coach Chris Bergere was pleased with the results in the 3-meter event and is looking forward to continued success tomorrow in the preliminaries of the 1-meter event.
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    November 14, 2016
    Bulldogs Gear Up for Mid-Season Invitational Meets The Yale women’s swimming and diving team will head to two different invitational meets at the end of this week, just before the Thanksgiving holiday. The divers will travel to the Virginia Tech Invitational to compete Nov. 17-19 and the swimmers will travel to the Ohio State Invitational to compete Nov. 18-20. These two invitational format meets will be an excellent chance for the Bulldogs to prepare for the length and intensity of the championship meets at the end of the season. The Bulldogs will find some good competition with teams that have been in the top-25 national rankings this season. At the Virginia Tech Invitational, the divers will compete against NCAA Division I teams from non-Ivy conferences, including Connecticut, Navy, Old Dominion, Virginia Tech and William & Mary. At the Ohio State Invitational, the swimmers will compete against Iowa, Kentucky, Kenyon, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Utah and Washington State. Yale fell to Penn State in a tri-meet last season, but the Bulldogs have not competed against any of the other teams in recent years, so the meet will be a good test of Yale’s depth and early-season success.
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    November 11, 2016
    Bulldogs Overtake Lions at Home The Yale women’s swimming and diving team was victorious over Columbia in their second official Ivy dual meet of the season. The final score was 176-113. The Bulldogs depth was apparent as they clinched eight 1-2-3 sweeps in individual events. Two new pool records, one in the 400-yard individual medley, and one in the 200-yard freestyle relay, also highlighted the meet.
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    November 10, 2016
    Bulldogs Prepare to Continue Early Season Momentum Into This Weekend The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is set to take on Columbia at home in the Bulldogs’ second Ivy dual meet of the season. The meet comes less than a week after their victory over Brown and Massachusetts. Highlight performances from last weekend came from experienced returners and rookie freshmen alike. Lili Margitai took the win in the 200-yard butterfly, Destiny Nelson in the 200-yard backstroke and 200-yard individual medley, Charlotte O’Leary in the 200-yard breaststroke, Talbott Paulsen in both diving events, Cailley Silbert in both distance freestyle events, Heidi VanderWel in the 100-yard backstroke and Kina Zhou in both sprint freestyle events. The Bulldogs also snagged a win in the 200-yard medley relay, but fell just short of Brown in the 400-yard freestyle relay, taking second in that event.
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    November 08, 2016
    Senior Kina Zhou Named Ivy League Swimmer of the Week Senior Kina Zhou was named Ivy League Swimmer of the Week by Collegeswimming.com for the week of Oct. 31-Nov. 6. Each week, CollegeSwimming.com recognizes one male and one female swimmer from each division and conference who has contributed in an outstanding way to their team's success in competition during that one-week period. In the Bulldog’s official season opener against Brown and Massachusetts, Zhou took two individual wins in the 50-yard freestyle (23.00) and the 100-yard freestyle (50.41). She also was part of the 400-yard freestyle relay that finished in second place; her split on the relay was 50.81. Zhou’s time in the 100-yard event was nearly a second faster than at this time last season, and her time in the 50-yard event was a few tenths faster. The trio of strong performances bode well for the remainder of her final season with the Bulldogs.
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    November 05, 2016
    Bulldogs Emerge Victorious in Season Opener The Yale women’s swimming and diving team defeated Brown and Massachusetts today in their first official meet of the 2016-2017 season. The final score against Brown was 196-104, the final score against Massachusetts was 246-54. The Bulldogs took the top place in 10 of the 16 swimming events and both of the diving events. Their depth also helped them secure multiple second- and third-place finishes to reel in more points. “Today was a strong meet for the team; we had some great competition,” said Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women’s Swimming and Diving, Jim Henry. “The team learned from their first events and improved as the meet went on. It was also valuable to compete in the same pool that will host the Ivy Championships in February.”
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    November 03, 2016
    Bulldogs Set to Open Season with Brown and University of Massachusetts The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is set to open the 2016-2017 season with a tri-meet against Brown and the University of Massachusetts. The meet will be contested along with the Yale men’s team and will take place at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center in Providence, R.I. The Bulldogs have a strong squad this season, despite the loss of key point-earners to graduation earlier this year. For the eight freshmen and one sophomore transfer, this will be the first official competition as a Bulldog, though those athletes have already had a taste of collegiate competition in a scrimmage against the United States Military Academy in mid-October.
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    October 26, 2016
    Nelson Named Ivy League Swimmer of the Week Sophomore transfer student Destiny Nelson was named Ivy League conference swimmer of the week by CollegeSwimming.com for the week of Oct. 17-23. Each week, CollegeSwimming.com recognizes one male and one female swimmer from each division and conference who has contributed in an outstanding way to their team’s success in competition during that one-week period. On Oct. 22, the Bulldogs competed in a scrimmage against West Point Military Academy, and Nelson dominated her races, taking first place in two individual events, the 200-yard freestyle (1:51.97) and the 200-yard backstroke (2:00.06), and also contributing to a first place finish in the 400-yard freestyle relay (lead-off split, 52.75). In the 200-yard backstroke, Nelson finished more than four seconds ahead of her West Point competitor.
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    September 30, 2016
    Bulldogs Release 2016-2017 Competition Schedule The Yale women’s swimming and diving team is gearing up for the official start of the season on Oct. 1, which means that competition is just around the corner as well. The Bulldogs will compete against a wide array of Ivy and non-Ivy teams as they prepare for the Ivy League Championships and NCAA Division I Championships in early 2017. The members of the coaching staff, including Robert J. H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women’s Swimming and Diving Jim Henry, Diving Coach Chris Bergere, assistant coaches Kerry Smith and Monica Dornick, and strength coach Mike Harris, are all optimistic about the team’s ability to keep the momentum going from the historic 2015-2016 season.
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