2017-18 Yale Women's Cross Country News

  • No. 27 Yale Takes on Nuttycombe Invite
    October 13, 2017
    The Yale women’s cross country team heads to Wisconsin this weekend for its biggest meet yet: the Wisconsin Nuttycombe Invitational. The Nuttycombe Invite brings together some of the best runners across the nation. In fact, more than half of the nation’s top-30 ranked teams will descend upon the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course in a race of more than 30 teams. 
  • First Years Impress at Nuttycombe Invite
    October 13, 2017
    The Yale women’s cross country team competed at the Wisconsin Nuttycombe Invitational this afternoon on the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course. This meet brought together the top cross country teams in the country, with more than half of the nation’s ranked teams being represented at this meet. No. 27 Yale placed 20th out of 33 teams with 526 points. No. 3 New Mexico won the meet with 87 points, while No. 5 San Francisco took second with 126 points. 
  • No. 27 Yale Competes at NEICAA Champs
    October 07, 2017
    The Yale women’s cross country team competed at the NEICAA Championship meet this afternoon, placing 14th out of an astounding 28 teams. The meet brought together schools all across the nation, with more than 180 runners in the varsity race and an equal number in the Sub Varsity race. 
  • No. 27 Yale Heads to New England Champs 
    October 06, 2017
    The Yale women's cross country team will send a contingent of athletes to the New England Championships in Boston this weekend. This meet brings together more than 30 teams from across the region for the first championship meet of the year. The meet will feature a 5k race on the Franklin Park Course, with both a Varsity and sub-Varsity division. The Sub Varsity race kicks off at 11:00 a.m. while the Varsity race will take place at 11:45 a.m.
  • No. 29 Bulldogs Place Second at Panorama Farms
    September 23, 2017
    ­The Yale women’s cross country team competed in the Panorama Farms Invitational this morning, placing second out of eleven teams. No. 29 Yale earned a total of 67 points in a competitive race, falling only to the University of Virginia who scored a total of 41 points. Southern Methodist University placed third with 97 points. 
  • No. 29 Yale Heads to Panorama Farms Invite
    September 21, 2017
    The Yale women’s cross country team heads to the University of Virginia this weekend to compete in the Panorama Farms Invitational. The women’s 5k race kicks off at 10:00 a.m. and will feature a field of 130 women from 11 schools all across the Eastern seaboard. No. 29 Yale is the only ranked DI school in the competition. 
  • Masterson Wins HYP, Team Takes Close Second
    September 15, 2017
    This afternoon at the Course at Yale, junior Andrea Masterson took first by a wide margin at the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet. Meanwhile, the Yale women’s cross country team took second, besting Harvard’s squad but falling to an impressive Princeton showing. Yale scored 39 points, while Princeton took 32 points and Harvard took 59 points.
  • Bulldogs Host Harvard, Princeton in First Contest of the Season
    September 14, 2017
    The Yale women’s cross country team returns to competition this Friday after an all-around historic season in 2016. Last season, the Bulldogs had strong performances throughout the season, ranking as high as No. 17 on the USTFCCCA poll after finishing second at Heps and an impressive third at the NCAA Northeast Regionals. Their success culminated in the Bulldogs' first berth in the NCAA National Championships since 2001.