W. squash eyes fourth title in a row

Back on the courts after last weekend’s Ivy Scrimmage, the Yale women’s squash team looks to repeat last year’s performance, highlighted by the squad’s third-consecutive national title. But with the loss of Michelle Quibell ’06, one of the most talented squash players to ever don Bulldog blue, the Elis will set off on what will […]

Elis finish fourth on N.C. links

Making its final journey of the fall, the Yale women’s golf team traveled to the state of North Carolina to square off against Big Three foes that also had to make the long haul to the Tar Heel State. The Bulldogs finished in fourth place overall in the Ross Resorts Invitational in Southern Pines, N.C., […]

Tennis wraps up fall campaign

After a fall season filled with ups and downs, injuries and comebacks, and tight wins and tough losses, the Bulldogs entered their long winter break on a high note. The Yale men’s tennis team traveled to Philadelphia this weekend to compete in the ITA Regional Championships. The Elis wrapped up the weekend with captain Brandon […]

M. Tennis set to finish off fall campaign at regionals

If the impressive show of strength and solidarity in the Army Invitational this past weekend was any indicator of what the future holds, the Bulldogs have every reason to be confident. Just five days after steamrolling over Cornell and Army in West Point, N.Y. last weekend, the Yale men’s tennis team travels to Philadelphia, Penn. […]

Elis impress in Empire State

Missing veterans and injuries could not stop the Yale men’s tennis team this weekend as it put on a strong show, displaying intensity and depth in its line-up. The Bulldogs participated in the Army Invitational in West Point, N.Y., sweeping the field by winning all six singles matches on each day. On Saturday, the Elis […]

Wai ’07 plays tight with stars in Tulsa

A spirited effort by the Yale men’s tennis captain Brandon Wai ’07 displayed that a good leader and player thrives even away from home and without team support. This past Thursday, some of the best tennis talent in the country gathered in Tulsa, Okla., to compete in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-American Championships. Even though […]

Men’s tennis earns fifth at ECACs

This fall, the past has been an indicator for what the future holds for the men’s tennis team. Similar to previous tournaments, the Elis showed resilience and adaptation in bouncing back from rough spots and injuries to show that they can be down but not out. In this weekend’s Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I […]

M. tennis wins four matches in Invitational

Despite a rough start, the Yale men’s tennis team managed to find its balance in this weekend’s roller coaster ride at the Princeton/Farnsworth Invitational. The Elis improved as the tournament progressed, building their chemistry with the help of freshman team spirit and upperclassman experience. The Bulldogs ended their weekend in New Jersey with four matches […]

Wai ’07 loses twice in return from illness

Thought it may have hampered his performance, a throat infection could not keep the men’s tennis captain off the court for another weekend. Making a comeback from an unfortunate illness that had forced him to withdraw from last week’s tournament, Brandon Wai ’07 put up a strong, though ultimately unsuccessful effort this weekend in Charlottesville, […]

Bulldogs suffer setback

After clinching its season opener against Virginia Commonwealth University last week, the Yale field hockey team suffered a disappointing loss against UConn Wednesday. The Bulldogs (1-0) fell, 6-0, to No. 8 UConn (3-1), allowing the Huskies to improve their record to 24-0 against the Elis. Midfielder Heather Orrico ’07 said the Huskies were a tough […]

Men’s golf finishes fifth at water-soaked Ivy Championships

In a tournament afflicted by steady rains and heavy winds, the Yale men’s golf team rallied to a fifth place finish in an otherwise disappointing weekend. The Elis shot a total of 929 in three rounds at the 2006 Ivy Championships held at the Ballyowen Golf Course in northern New Jersey this weekend. Princeton claimed […]

Explorer discusses mountain climbing

Mountaineer and multitasker Conrad Anker spoke about climbing Mount Everest and his experiences as an alpinist, explorer and humanitarian at a Silliman College Master’s Tea on Tuesday afternoon. Anker, who is best known for finding legendary mountaineer George Leigh Mallory’s body during his 1999 ascent of Mount Everest, discussed before an audience of about 40 […]