BASEBALL: Elis shoot to snap Ivy title drought
One hundred and fifty years since the team’s inception, the Yale baseball team enters this historic season more focused on flipping the script of the past 21 years rather than celebrating the past century and a half.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs embark on last home weekend
While the final home games of student-athletes’ careers often inspire reflection and pride in what has been accomplished in years past, the seniors on the Yale men’s basketball team will focus more on what has yet to be achieved as they face Princeton and Penn this weekend in pursuit of an Ivy championship.
MEN’S BASKETBALL LIVEBLOG: Elis seek weekend sweep
The Yale men's basketball team (19–7, 8–1 Ivy) looks to sweep this weekend's home series and win 20 games in a season for the first time since 2001-2002 against the visiting Columbia Lions (12–11, 4–5). Follow along as the News covers the game live.
MEN’S BASKETBALL LIVEBLOG: Cornell comes to New Haven
First-place Yale (18–7, 7–1 Ivy), seeking its best Ivy League start since 2001-2002, will seek to defend home court this weekend in a two-game homestand that begins with Cornell (12–12, 4–4). Follow along as the News covers the game live.
BASEBALL: Toups leads Bulldogs in ’15
One year removed from losing to Dartmouth in a one-game playoff for the Red Rolfe Division championship, the Yale baseball team aims to end a two-decade Ivy title drought.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis face important road trip
The Yale men’s basketball team travels to Penn and Princeton this weekend, looking to bounce back from its first Ivy League loss last weekend and retain its place at the top of the conference.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Undefeated no more
The Yale men’s basketball team very nearly escaped this weekend with a seemingly insurmountable three-game edge in the Ivy League. Instead, the Bulldogs now find themselves tied for first after a tough loss on Saturday to Harvard.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Duke on tap for Yale in 2015–16
In the midst of what appears to be its best chance to dance in March in years, the Yale men’s basketball team is already building its profile for the 2015–16 season, with recent confirmation that the Bulldogs will face the University of Southern California, Southern Methodist University and, most notably, perennial powerhouse Duke.
MEN’S BASKETBALL LIVEBLOG: Elis take on Columbia
Looking to stay undefeated in Ivy play, the Yale Bulldogs (13–6, 2-0 Ivy) begin their New York road trip tonight against the Columbia Lions (9–7, 1-1 Ivy) at Levien Gymnasium. Follow along as the News covers the first-place Elis live.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis hit the road for Columbia, Cornell
With the first full weekend of Ivy action on tap, the Yale men’s basketball team finds itself perched atop the Ancient Eight with seven teams gunning for them. Two of those clubs will have a chance to dethrone the Elis this weekend, as Yale travels to New York to square off against Columbia and Cornell.
FOOTBALL: Following Senior Bowl, Varga talks NFL future
The News got a chance to catch up with tailback Tyler Varga ’15 after a whirlwind week that saw the Kitchener, Ontario native burst onto the radar screen of all 32 NFL teams with a stellar performance at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.