Big weekend on tap for Bulldogs
If the men’s basketball team can pull off a momentous sweep of Dartmouth and Harvard on the road, the landscape of the Ivy League will be altered.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Three’s company
With Sears and Duren out of the picture, whose performance has predicted Yale’s success? Thus far, the answer has been forward Armani Cotton ’15.
CLUB BASKETBALL: Club basketball headed to nationals
As the varsity men’s and women’s basketball teams begin to hit their stride in the midst of a young Ivy League season, another basketball team on campus has made its mark and earned an opportunity to play for a national championship. Though it may not be quite the caliber of March Madness, the Yale men’s »
Yale survives late push by Brown
The Ivy League season got off to an adventurous start for the Yale men’s basketball team on Saturday. When the final buzzer sounded, the hosting Bulldogs had outlasted the Brown Bears 74–67. Yale (7–8. 1–0 Ivy) has now defeated Brown in nine of their last 11 meetings. Most importantly, however, the Bulldogs were able to »
Bulldogs top Baruch
With another strenuous Yale semester about to commence, the men’s basketball team managed to keep stress levels at a minimum by coasting to a 88–49 victory over Baruch College on Saturday. The much-needed Saturday afternoon victory for Yale at Payne Whitney Gymnasium not only snapped a four-game losing skid, it also capped off the difficult »
SAILING: Bulldogs settle for fourth place
The No. 2 coed sailing team capped an impressive fall season with a fourth-place finish at the ICSA Match Racing National Championships on the weekend of Nov. 22. Match racing involves head-to-head races, rather than the usual college format of having all of the teams sail at the same time. Captain Chris Segerblom ’14 said »