The men’s tennis team sent four players, including John Huang ’13, to the singles finals in the USTA Collegiate Invitational last weekend.

M. TENNIS | Yale shows depth in singles

September 25, 2012 • 2120
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, »
Doubles tennis has been a consistent strength for the Elis, and the pairs defeated their Ivy competitors at Princeton last weekend.

M. TENNIS | Doubles outshines Ivy rivals

September 18, 2012 • 0
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 »
Molly Wolf ’16 scored her first career goal in Yale’s home season opener against Quinnipiac on Sunday.

FIELD HOCKEY | Elis win at home opener, kick off campaign

September 4, 2012 • 0
Yale field hockey ended its home opener against Quinnipiac in a victory with minutes to spare. With Sunday’s match, the field hockey team launched its third annual Get A Grip fundraiser for the Myotonic Dystrophy Foundation in honor of teammate Ona McConnell ’13, who has been battling the disease since her freshman year. The Bulldogs »
Captain and forward Maddy Sharp ’13, far right, played in all 17 games last season for the field hockey team.

FIELD HOCKEY | Elis look to repeat championship

August 31, 2012 • 0
After becoming the first Yale field hockey team crowned Ivy League champions in 31 years, the Bulldogs are aiming for another championship title this season under the leadership of captain and forward Maddy Sharp ’13. The Bulldogs graduated six players from last year’s team, including four of their top six scorers. The championship team earned »

M. TENNIS | Squad double faults

April 23, 2012 • 0
In a disappointing turn of events, the men’s tennis team was defeated by two Ivy League rivals this weekend. On the road Friday, the newly ranked No. 73 Bulldogs fell 5–2 to their Ancient Eight archrival, the No. 24 Crimson. Continuing its Ivy League competition, Yale hosted the No. 60 Big Green (18–3, 4–2 Ivy) »
John Huang ’13 beat Columbia’s No. 96 Haig Schneiderman on Saturday. The Elis won 4-3.

M. TENNIS | Upsets for Bulldogs

April 16, 2012 • 0
The men’s tennis team fought through a tough weekend, battling rowdy fans and rain during its run for the Ivy League title. In the first match of the weekend, Yale (13–8, 2–2 Ivy) upset the No. 37 Columbia Lions 4–3, serving them their first loss in the Ivies. In a disappointing turn of events the »

M. TENNIS | Yale splits road trip

April 9, 2012 • 0
The men’s tennis team started off the Ivy League season with a win and a loss this past weekend while on the road. The Bulldogs battled 20 mph winds in addition to an unranked Penn team to come out with a hard-earned first victory in the Ivy League, 5–2. The next day’s match against the »
Author, chef and food writer Tamar Adler encouraged students at a Master’s Tea Thursday to experiment with different career paths.

Food writer goes off recipe

April 6, 2012 • 674
Tamar Adler had a message for Yalies at a Master’s Tea Thursday: Whatever you have planned for the future is not what you will end up doing. Adler, recent author of “An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace,” spoke to a group of about 30 people about how she began writing about food at »
The men’s tennis team is looking to go back to its winning ways when it begins Ivy League play this weekend against Penn and Princeton.

M. TENNIS | St. John’s snaps Elis’ winning streak

April 3, 2012 • 0
The men’s tennis team suffered its first loss at home in the spring season this past Saturday to No. 58 St. John’s, 4-3. Yale (11-6, 0-0 Ivy) swept the doubles matches but could not carry the momentum to the singles round for the win. Both teams won two singles matches each, placing the pressure of »

Child study center helps at-risk children

April 3, 2012 • 0
Jean Adnopoz is the Director of In-Home Clinical Services at the Yale Child Study Center (YCSC), which studies children’s mental health problems. Adnopoz’s focus revolves around creating programs and policies that address the needs of children severely at risk for mental disorders while keeping them involved in normal community activities. Q What does the YCSC »

M. TENNIS | Bulldogs fall to three rivals

February 21, 2012 • 0
The unranked Yale men’s tennis team suffered three straight losses to other Ivy League schools during the ECAC Indoor Championships in Hanover, N.H. The Bulldogs, seeded No. 8 for the tournament, went into the weekend with a 4–0 record and came out 4–3. The Elis fell to nationally ranked No. 60 Harvard and No. 70 »

SQUASH | Elis finish sixth in nation

February 20, 2012 • 0
PRINCETON, N.J.: Ranked No. 1 in the nation for two weeks during the season, the Bulldogs entered the Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships with high hopes. The season highlight, a win over Trinity that broke a historic 252-game winning streak, indicated Yale squash was on its way to top. But the Elis left »
designated hitter Josh scharff ’13 went two-for-four with a double in sunday’s 1–0 win over penn. The senior is hitting .326 on the season with seven rbis.
The Bulldogs have outscored opponents 24–10 during their three-game winning streak this week.
The Elis opened Ivy League play with a 1–2 performance over the weekend at Princeton and Cornell. The Bulldogs are currently fourth in the Ancient Eight with a .237 team batting average through 17 games this season.
The Bulldogs will look to snap a 10-game losing streak as they head south to take on 2–16 Princeton for a double-header Saturday afternoon.