Reno to be named next coach

After three seasons away from Yale, Tony Reno is coming back home. Yale will officially introduce Reno, who is currently a defensive backs and special teams coach at Harvard, as the 34th head coach of its football program today at 4 p.m. The announcement came 22 days after former head coach Tom Williams formally announced […]

Yale expected to name Reno head coach

Yale will officially announce its 34th head football coach tomorrow at a 4 p.m. press conference. A source with knowledge of the search process said that Harvard assistant coach Tony Reno is expected to fill the vacancy left by Tom Williams. Reno served under former Yale head coach Jack Siedlecki from 2002 to 2008, spending […]


Yale about to name head football coach, sources say

For the second time this week, Yale could be close to naming its next head football coach. A source involved with the search process said that the University could make the decision as soon as tonight, with Harvard assistant coach Tony Reno and Lehigh offensive coordinator Dave Cecchini as the favorites to fill the vacancy. […]


Despite speculation, still no coach

Despite heavy speculation by numerous media outlets, Yale may not be close to naming its next head football coach. Both the Hartford Courant and New Haven Register reported on Monday afternoon that University of Connecticut defensive coordinator Don Brown was expected to take the job left vacant by former head coach Tom Williams, who resigned […]

Media outlets name Brown next head football coach

[ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”950″ ] UConn defensive coordinator Don Brown will be named the 34th head coach of the Yale football team, the Hartford Courant and New Haven Register reported Monday. Brown was previously the defensive coordinator under Hall-of-Famer Carm Cozza from 1987 to 1992. Brown is also considered a strong contender for the head coaching gig […]


Williams leaves Yale football

After only three seasons as Yale’s head football coach, Tom Williams resigned on Dec. 21 amid a flurry of controversy regarding his status as a candidate for the Rhodes scholarship 20 years ago. While no front-runner has surfaced for the position, one alumnus familiar with the search said the University is expected to announce Williams’ […]

M. HOCKEY | O’Neill ’12 carries Yale to Bentley rout

Brian O’Neill ’12 ended his month-long scoring drought with a breathtaking offensive outburst. The captain of the Yale men’s hockey team scored four consecutive goals against the Bentley Falcons (5–9–3, 5–3–2 AHA) to break open a tied game and lead the Bulldogs (7–5–1, 4–2 ECAC) to a 9–3 victory. The win ended a two-game regular […]

M. HOCKEY | Yale snaps losing streak

For 50 minutes on Thursday night, the men’s hockey team trailed behind Brown. The Bears (3–6–1, 2–3 ECAC) rattled the Bulldogs (6–3–1, 4–1) with two early goals and held off a frustrated Yale offense for two periods. But the Blue and White attack ultimately proved too much for the Bears to handle as the Elis […]

M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Brown

M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Brown

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FOOTBALL | Harvard trounces Yale, 45-7

The Yale football team matched a record for futility on Saturday. After fighting to a 7–7 stalemate in the opening quarter, an overwhelmed Yale squad watched Harvard (9–1, 7–0 Ivy) blow past it for the rest of the game en route to a 45–7 win. It was Yale’s worst loss to its archrival in 29 […]

M. HOCKEY | No. 8 Elis suffer disappointing week

Thanksgiving break did not go according to the plan for the No. 8 men’s hockey team. After beating UConn 5–3 last Saturday, the Bulldogs (5–3–1, 3–1 ECAC) dropped two consecutive non-conference games, losing each by just a single goal. Allain told Yale Athletics. “They were better than us tonight from top to bottom.” Despite the […]

M. HOCKEY | No. 5 Boston College rallies past No. 8 Yale, 3–2

The Yale men’s hockey team was two minutes away from securing its biggest victory of the season yet. Despite a two-goal lead for nearly forty minutes, the Bulldogs (5–3–1, 3–1 ECAC) surrendered three unanswered goals to No. 5 Boston College (10–4, 7–2 Hockey East) en route to a 3–2 loss. Eagles forward Chris Kreider scored […]