Yale Bulletin and Calendar

May 10, 2002Volume 30, Number 29Two-Week Issue

During the last game of his Yale career, pitcher Matt McCarthy led the Bulldogs to victory over Brown, allowing just four hits, striking out 10 and allowing only one walk.

Baseball (12-27, 5-15 Ivy)

Last Week: May 1 -- Dartmouth 6, Yale 1, and Dartmouth 1, Yale 0; May 3 -- Brown 7, Yale 1, and Brown 12, Yale 5; May 4 -- Yale 4, Brown 1, and Brown 3, Yale 2.

Season Complete.

Senior Matt McCarthy (Winter Springs, FL) tossed a complete-game four-hitter in his final collegiate game in the victory over Brown. He struck out 10 and walked only one.

In six games last week, junior Chris Elkins (Tampa, FL) batted .381 (8 for 21). He finished the season with a team-best .374 average.

Heavyweight Crew (3-4, 1-4 Ivy)

Last Week: May 1 -- Yale 7:06.8, Boston University 7:11.7.

Next: May 19 at EARC Sprints.

Yale also won the junior varsity and second freshman races.

Lightweight Crew (8-0, 5-0 Ivy)

Last Week: May 4 -- Yale 6:28.6, Princeton 6:32.9, Harvard 6:37.4.

Next: May 19 at EARC Sprints.

The Bulldogs captured the Goldthwait Cup for the third straight year with the victories over Princeton and Harvard. The Bulldogs also won the second varsity and first freshman races.

Yale's varsity boat is ranked first in the nation.

Women's Crew (7-2, 5-2 Ivy)

Last Week: May 4 -- Brown 6:21.9, Yale 6:30.64.

This Week: May 13 at EAWRC Sprints.

The Bulldogs won the novice eight and varsity four races.

Men's Golf (0-0, 0-0 Ivy)

Last Week: Off.

Next: May 15-18 at NCAA Eastern Regionals.

Women's Golf (0-0, 0-0 Ivy)

Last Week: Off.

Next: May 9-11 at NCAA Eastern Regionals.

Men's Lacrosse (9-4, 4-2 Ivy)

Season Complete.

Women's Lacrosse (11-5, 5-2 Ivy)

Season Complete.

Softball (22-22-1, 5-9 Ivy)

Last Week: April 30 -- Yale 4, Quinni-piac 0, and Yale 1, Quinnipiac 0.

Season Complete.

Senior Cara Denver (Vancouver, WA) ended her career in impressive fashion, tossing a three-hit shutout as the Bulldogs blanked Quinnipiac 4-0. She struck out five. All three hits were singles, and she allowed only one Quinnipiac batter to reach third base. Denver ended the season with an impressive 1.09 ERA.

Third baseman Jesseka Bartholomew (Lake Forest, CA) has been elected captain of the 2003 softball team. The announcement was made on May 1 at the post-season banquet following a team vote. Bartholomew also was named the team's Most Valuable Player. She led the Bulldogs in several offensive categories, including average (.368), hits (53), doubles (10) and RBI (34). Her 34 RBI were only one shy of the Yale record, and she will enter her senior year with 71 career RBI, which is two shy of the school record. In 144 at bats this season, Bartholomew struck out only once.

Men's Tennis (13-11, 0-7 Ivy)

Last Week: Off.

Next: May 22 at NCAA Individual Championships.

Junior Steve Berke (North Miami, FL) has been selected to participate in the NCAA singles championships on May 22 at Texas A&M. Last year Berke became the first unranked player in NCAA history to reach the quarterfinals. Berke and sophomore Dustin West (Lynchburg, VA) were selected for the doubles championship.

Women's Tennis (12-5, 4-3 Ivy)

Season Complete.

Men's Outdoor Track (0-1, 0-1 Ivy)

Last Week: Off.

This Week: May 11-12 at Heptagonal Championships.

Women's Outdoor Track (0-3, 0-3 Ivy)

Last Week: Off.

This Week: May 11-12 at Heptagonal Championships.


Fourteen honored for strengthing town-gown ties

President Levin visiting Mexico

Improving science education and research in U.S. is key . . .

African American Studies revisits origins, imagines future


Future of therapeutic cloning is focus of bioethics symposium

IN FOCUS: School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Forest 'physician' contends fire is critical to health of woodlands

Event explores how humans transformed 'The Chicken'

Press director to bid farewell to venture he helped build

Committee to help search for new Yale Press director

Exhibit features noted American artist's woodcuts

Quilts by African-American women of the rural South are on view

Yale golfers and tennis players are bound for the NCAA

Long-time teacher Charles Rickart dies; helped introduce 'new math'

Sociologist Roger Gould, a specialist on conflict and violence, dies

Homebuyer Program is extended with a special incentive

Yale Library launching changes to Orbis

Yale Center for British Art temporarily closing library collections this summer

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