MEN’S SQUASH | Elis sweep Bears
The Bulldogs have regrouped strongly over their past two matches, defeating No. 12 Penn 6–3 on Sunday and sweeping No. 18 Brown on Wednesday night
MEN’S SQUASH | Tough split at home
The No. 4 Yale men’s squash team (9-2, 3-1 Ivy) hosted two nationally ranked Ivy League rivals this weekend at the Brady Squash Center.
MEN’S SQUASH | Yale dominates on the road
The nationally ranked No. 6 Yale men’s squash team extended its winning streak to five games after defeating two Ivy League opponents this weekend in New York.
MEN’S SQUASH | Yale opens season
Last weekend, the men’s squash team came in a close second against a heavily favored No. 3 Harvard squad at the Brady Squash Center.
MEN’S TENNIS | Bulldogs dominate at home
At the first home tournament of the fall season the Yale men’s tennis team won 41 of its 44 matches in two consecutive days. The Bulldogs hosted Army and St. Bonaventure at their Yale Shootout this past weekend at the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center in New Haven. The tournament lasted two days and featured both singles »
MEN’S TENNIS | Hoffman and Huang play at ITA Men’s All-American Championships
Two nationally ranked members of the Yale men’s tennis team competed in hard-fought qualifying matches at the Intercollegiate Tennis Associations’s Men’s All-American Championships in Oklahoma on Tuesday. Team captain Daniel Hoffman ’13 and John Huang ’13 both competed in the national championships at the University of Tulsa, which started Monday. They each lost two singles »
M. TENNIS | Yale shows depth in singles
The Yale men’s tennis team packed the final rounds in singles at the historic site of the U.S. Open last weekend. While Yale traditionally shines in doubles matches, the Bulldogs sent four players to the final matches in the singles draws at the USTA Collegiate Invitational in Flushing, N.Y. Since entering the tournament in 2010, »
M. TENNIS | Doubles outshines Ivy rivals
At the Princeton-Farnsworth Invitational, Yale doubles dominated the Ivy scene. Amid raucous partiers from Princeton’s lawnparties and enthusiastic Tigers fans, the Elis team capitalized on its freshman talent for a consistently strong showing in both singles and doubles at the team’s first competition of the year. During the first day of play, Yale went undefeated »