M. BASKETBALL | Senior Night and Harvard on tap for Bulldogs

February 25, 2011 • 0
The men’s basketball team lost to Harvard two weeks ago, but it will get a chance at revenge Saturday night. The Bulldogs (12–12, 5–5 Ivy) will host the Dartmouth Big Green (5–19, 1–9) Friday night. Yale will then face the Harvard Crimson (20–4, 8–1), the highest-ranked team remaining on the Bulldogs’ schedule, at the John »
James Jones is in his twelfth year as head coach of the Bulldogs. His record in Ivy League games is 69–57.

M. BASKETBALL | Strong defense buoys Bulldogs

February 23, 2011 • 0
The men’s basketball team has had an up and down season, but strong defensive performances have been a constant. The Bulldogs (12–12, 5–5 Ivy) are coming off of a weekend in which they lost 58–51 to Princeton (20–5, 8–1) but held the Tigers to a season-low 31.6 percent field goal shooting. On the season, Yale »

M. BASKETBALL | Losses sink Elis to fourth

February 21, 2011 • 0
The men’s basketball team had a tough weekend at home. The Bulldogs (12–12, 5–5 Ivy) could not dig themselves out of halftime deficits and fell 58–51 to Princeton and 60–58 to Penn. Yale center Greg Mangano ’12 set the school single-season blocks record, but turnovers were the issue against Princeton. Against Penn, a last second »

M. BASKETBALL | Killer P’s coming to town

February 18, 2011 • 1
The men’s basketball team will get a chance to avenge a few losses this weekend at the John J. Lee Amphitheater. The Bulldogs (12–10, 5–3 Ivy) will play host to the conference leading Princeton Tigers (19–4, 7–0) on Friday before hosting the Penn Quakers (9–12, 3–4) Saturday night. The Elis lost 67–63 at Princeton and »
Jeremiah Kreisberg ’14 had the first double-double of his career in the Elis’ game against Harvard.

M. BASKETBALL | Turnovers costly against Harvard

February 14, 2011 • 0
The men’s basketball team had its first weekend split of conference play, but maintained its third-place spot in the Ivy League. On Friday, the Bulldogs (12–10, 5–3 Ivy) committed 18 turnovers in a narrow 78–75 loss at Harvard (18–4, 7–1). But they rebounded a night later as center Greg Mangano ’12 scored 30 points to »

M. BASKETBALL | Showdowns with Harvard, Dartmouth loom

February 11, 2011 • 1260
A Harvard-Yale sporting event always features a lot of anticipation and excitement, but in a matchup of two of the Ivy League’s best men’s basketball teams, there are more than just bragging rights on the line. The Bulldogs (11–9, 4–2 Ivy) will head to Cambridge for a Friday night matchup with the Harvard Crimson (16–4, »

M. BASKETBALL | Bulldogs return to their winning ways

February 7, 2011 • 0
It was a weekend the men’s basketball team will not soon forget. The Bulldogs (11–9, 4–2 Ivy) edged Cornell (5–15, 1–5) 71–70 Friday night and defeated Columbia (12–8, 3–3) 72–67 a night later. An exhilarating two-minute comeback helped the Bulldogs erase a 10-point deficit to beat the Big Red. Against the Lions, the Bulldogs managed »

LIVE BLOG | M. BASKETBALL | Yale vs. Columbia

February 5, 2011 • 0
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The men’s basketball team hopes to end a two-game losing streak in conference play when it plays Cornell and Columbia this weekend.

M. BASKETBALL | Elis host Cornell, Columbia

February 4, 2011 • 0
After a tough weekend against the Killer P’s, the men’s basketball team will host a couple of C’s. Friday night, the Bulldogs (9–9, 2–2 Ivy) will host the Cornell Big Red (4–14, 0–4) before meeting the Columbia Lions (12–6, 3–1) Saturday evening. The Elis will try to rebound after losing 66–58 at Penn and 67–63 »
Austin Morgan ’13 had 11 points against Princeton on Saturday.

M. BASKETBALL | P’s power past the Bulldogs

January 31, 2011 • 0
An up and down men’s basketball season just hit another low. The Bulldogs (9–9, 2–2 Ivy) could not handle the Killer P’s as they fell 66–58 at Penn (8–8, 2–0) on Friday and lost 67–63 at Princeton (14–4, 2–0) on Saturday. First half deficits in both games hurt the Elis who dropped to fifth in »

M. BASKETBALL | Bulldogs head for the Killer P’s

January 28, 2011 • 0
The men’s basketball team will have a chance to confirm their Ivy League dominance this weekend. After sweeping Brown in their last two weeks, the Bulldogs (9–7, 2–0 Ivy) will travel southwest for their annual Killer P’s trip. Tonight, the Bulldogs will face the Penn Quakers (6–8, 0–0) before they head to New Jersey for »

M. BASKETBALL | Mangano ’12 center of attention

January 26, 2011 • 0
The men’s basketball season has endured a roller coaster ride this season, but there has been one constant: the dominating inside play of center Greg Mangano ’12. After averaging just 7.5 points last season, the 6’ 10” 240 pound junior leads the league with seven double-doubles this year and has emerged as a serious contender »