The Root ’14 of Yale’s success

Captain Jesse Root ’14 (No. 20) leads the Bulldogs with 17 assists and 26 total points this season.

Ice Hockey

Admins deny pool proposal

Director of Athletics Tom Beckett said the University has decided the pool should remain in the Payne Whitney Gymnasium

GYMNASTICS: Bulldogs score high but fall short

For the second straight home meet, the Yale gymnastics squad improved its score — this time earning a season high of 188.700 points — but fell to the competition.

Gymnastics

Alumni calls for pool unanswered

Members of an alumni fundraising initiative said the University has not only rejected their offers to raise money for a new pool, but allegedly treated them with disrespect.

Swimming & Diving

GYMNASTICS: Elis place fourth at home

A bump in its cumulative score this weekend was not enough to give the squad the edge over three local competitors.

Gymnastics

SWIMMING & DIVING: Heymann talks success, records

In last weekend’s electric Harvard-Yale-Princeton swim meet hosted in the Kiphuth Exhibition Pool, Andrew Heymann ’15 set a pool record in the 200-yard individual medley and a school record in the 100-yard breaststroke. The News caught up with Heymann to discuss Yale swimming’s most recent performance, his record-setting day and the present and future of […]

Swimming & Diving

Former Jets GM visits campus

It takes an intelligent and talented individual to assess the quality of an athlete and push him to his full potential. Last night at 7:30 p.m., Master of Davenport College Richard Schottenfeld introduced a Master’s Tea featuring Yale Head Football Coach Tony Reno, former NY Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum and Nicholas Dawidoff, author of […]

GYMNASTICS: clinches home opener

In Yale’s first gymnastics meet of the 2014 season, the Bulldogs took down Ancient Eight competitor Penn by a narrow 184.350 to 182.800 margin on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. in the John J. Lee Amphitheater in Payne Whitney Gym. The Quakers traveled to New Haven for their second meet of the season after losing […]

Gymnastics

Performance under Pressure

To excel as a competitor, a level head and near perfect reflex habits are among the most important traits to achieving peak performance in the classroom, on the field, or in the office. Last night in the Yale Law School auditorium, successful competitive minds joined with talented public health and psychology professors for a panel […]

Ivy League pursues corporate partnership

For this first time since its inception, the Ivy League has begun pursuing corporate partnership.

NCAA conference tackles autonomy, voting

The NCAA is changing — slowly.

‘Banned Bluebook’ site pops up

Haufler’s letter reached the front page and second position on Reddit as of 2:30 pm today.

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