FOOTBALL: Heart of the bulldogs
Last weekend, the entire football team rushed the field when tailback Tate Harshbarger ’14 scored his first career touchdown against Columbia at the Yale Bowl.
Ivy ADs talk re-governance
The NCAA faces challenges both in how it is governed and in how conferences are organized. Last week, Ivy League athletic directors converged on New Haven to weigh in on these and other issues facing the Ancient Eight.
FOOTBALL: Historic run keys victory over Lions
Riding a three-game losing streak into today’s game against Columbia at the Yale Bowl, the Bulldogs broke records and regained the confidence that came with their 3–0 start to the 2013 season.
Football: Keys to the game against Columbia
Yale, now 0.500 on the season, has a chance to bounce back from its three-game losing streak when it faces Columbia in the Yale Bowl tomorrow. In last year’s loss to the Lions, the Bulldogs snapped a nine-game winning streak against Columbia. The Bulldogs will look to avenge last year’s 25–22 loss and return to »
Fundraising not going swimmingly
Thirty years after the Men’s swimming and diving team won its last Ivy League Championship, the Bulldogs are still swimming in the same pool. Though swimming pool technology and demand for pool access have progressed, Yale is still treading water around the question of new swimming facilities. Swimmer Danny Clarke ’14 said that the current »
FOOTBALL: Keys to the game vs. Fordham
FORCE AND STOP THE RUN Tomorrow at noon, the Bulldogs (3–1, 1–1 Ivy) will face the No. 8 Fordham Rams (7–0, 2–0 Patriot), a team that averages 40.6 points per game. For the Elis to stop the potent Fordham offense, they must force the run. The Rams’ hyper-productive attack is led by junior quarterback Michael »
Payne Whitney hikes its rates
For the first time in several years, Payne Whitney Gymnasium has increased costs for members. In an email to Yale students, faculty and staff Thursday evening, the Payne Whitney staff announced a change in the rates its members must pay to use the athletic facilities, effective this month. “We have not raised prices at the »