TRACK&FIELD: Track excels at Yale Invitational
The Elis hit the ground running in the new year and completed their final unscored meet of the Indoor season in the Yale Invitational last weekend. After returning from winter break, the Yale track and field team lined up against nearby collegiate institutions including Brown, Bryant and Boston College. In the 32nd annual Yale Invitational »
INDOOR: Snajder ’14 paces the Bulldogs
In her junior campaign with the women’s track and field team, Amanda Snajder ’14 set the school record in the pentathlon during the 2012–’13 indoor season with 3658 points and set personal best records in high jump, long jump, shot put, javelin toss and the heptathlon. Following her stellar season, Snajder was elected captain of »
INDOOR: Elis ready for their first hurdle
Although the Elis appear to be the strongest in the longer distances, a similar combination of veteran experience and freshman talent will carry Yale in sprinting events.
FOOTBALL: Scott ready to step in under center
Yale has struggled with the loss of several key offensive leaders this year, but quarterback Logan Scott ’16 stepped in under center for Hank Furman ’14 at Princeton and became an impact player.
FOOTBALL: Oppenheimer the center of attention
On Saturday, offensive lineman John Oppenheimer ’14 will emerge from the tunnel and enter the Yale Bowl in front of thousands of fans. The News sat down with Oppenheimer to discuss the emotions and energy that accompany playing in The Game. Q. What does The Game mean to you? A. The Game means a lot to »
Division I AD’s seek reallignment
Student-athletes, administrators and coaches across the country have long made claims that the NCAA is a flawed system and balance of power in Division I legislation is an underlying problem. As the annual NCAA convention approaches in January, schools around the country are discussing major changes to how Division I NCAA athletics are governed. In »