PWG to open for longer hours
Starting in the fall, Payne Whitney Gymnasium will be open for 106 hours per week, up from the current 92 hours.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale begins search for new HC
Following the announcement that Chris Gobrecht, former Yale women’s basketball head coach, had accepted a head coaching position at Air Force, administrators in Yale’s athletic department have already begun their search for Gobrecht’s replacement — and they have plans to finish the search quickly.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Gobrecht to depart for Air Force
Following a 10-year tenure at the helm of the Yale women’s basketball program, head coach Chris Gobrecht has accepted a position as head coach of the U.S. Air Force Academy’s women’s basketball team, Jim Knowlton, Air Force director of athletics, announced Tuesday.
Athletic donations charge set to increase
Beginning next fiscal year, should a Yale donor gives $1,000 to one of the 18 alumni sports associations, just $880 of that sum will directly fund the team that the association supports.
WOMEN’S CREW: Bulldogs sweep in New York
Facing difficult rowing conditions in Ithaca, New York, the Yale women’s crew team swept Cornell and Iowa this past weekend, building momentum as it looks toward key races in the final weeks of its regular season.
MEN’S RUGBY: Yale headed to nationals
The Yale men’s rugby team entered this spring as the sixth-ranked squad in the Ivy Rugby Conference. But after a winter of hard work — and a small stroke of good fortune — the Bulldogs will now be representing the Ancient Eight in a national championship tournament.
FOOTBALL: Varga performs for 28 NFL teams at Pro Day
In his final major event before the NFL Draft begins at the end of this month, Yale football running back Tyler Varga ’15 showed off his speed, power and skills in front of scouts from 28 NFL teams and two CFL teams during his Pro Day yesterday at the Star Hill Athletic Center in Tolland, Connecticut.
MEN’S HOCKEY: OT goal ends Elis’ run for title
The Yale men's hockey team fended off Boston University's nation-leading offense for a full 48 minutes today in the NCAA Tournament regional semifinal game, but it was what happened in the next 20 minutes of play that ended up determining the game.
MEN’S HOCKEY: A glimpse into next season
The No. 17 Yale men’s hockey team fell 3–2 in overtime to No. 3 Boston University Friday, ending its season with a finish that was hard-fought and disappointing for the Bulldogs.