Captain Todd Ruth in his 3–1 victory over Harvard’s Richard Hill last Saturday. He and the Elis will face Dartmouth in the first round of the CSA Team Championship.

M. SQUASH | Squashing time

February 19, 2010
At the outset of this season, the men’s squash team had two goals: claiming the Ivy League championship and advancing to the final round of Nationals. The Bulldogs achieved the first goal with a 8–1 victory over Harvard this past Saturday. This weekend, they will attempt to accomplish the second, as Yale hosts the College »
Aaron Fuchs ’10 won his match in five games against Harvard’s Zeke Scherl. The Bulldogs defeated the Crimson 8–1, winning the Ivy League title.

M. SQUASH | Elis claim Ivy League title

February 15, 2010
Mission accomplished. The men’s squash team defeated Harvard 8–1 Saturday at the Brady Squash Center to win its seventh Ivy League Championship title in school history. “I’m still on cloud nine, and I think most of the team is,” Rusty Feldman ’10 said. “Our coach was so proud, and all the guys on the team »
Hywel Robinson ’13 hits a shot during Yale’s 8–1 loss to No. 1 Trinity on Jan. 20. Robinson lost at the No. 4 spot 11-5,11-7,9-11 and 11-8.

M. SQUASH | Bulldogs look to clinch Ivy title

February 12, 2010
The men’s squash team will look to secure the Ivy title on Saturday in its last conference match against Harvard at the Brady Squash Center. So far, the Bulldogs (11–1, 5–0 Ivy) have maintained a perfect record in the Ivy League. The Elis took down Brown 6–3 last weekend and narrowly defeated defending Ivy League »

M. SQUASH | Bulldogs one step closer to Ivy title

February 8, 2010
One to go. The men’s squash team defeated Brown, 6–3, on Saturday, putting them only one win away from an Ivy League championship. “For the most part, we played well but it certainly wasn’t our strongest showing,” Sharyar Aziz ’10 said. “We could have played better, but a win is a win. We still went »

W. HOCKEY | Yale not overlooking Bears and Crimson

February 5, 2010
Four down, two to go. The men’s squash team will take on Brown this Saturday in its second-to-last conference match of the season in Providence, R.I. The Bears, currently ranked No. 13 in the nation, have struggled so far this season. On Jan. 31, Brown narrowly defeated No. 15 Bowdoin and fell 6–3 to Bates, »
The men's squash team narrowly defeated Princeton 5-4 on Friday. The Elis, who have only lost one match this year to Trinity, have three regular season matches left this year.

M. SQUASH | No. 2 Yale edges No. 4 Princeton 5–4

February 1, 2010
“That’s what I’m talking about, baby!” echoed throughout the Jadwin Squash Center this past weekend after the men’s squash team earned a crucial 5–4 victory against perennial rival Princeton (6–2, 3–1 Ivy). “Starting in August, we’ve been training with the Princeton match in mind,” Sharyar Aziz ’10 said. “This makes it all worth it — »
Hywel Robinson ’13 competes against Supreet Singh of Trinity on Jan. 20.

M. SQUASH | Ivy League showdown for Elis

January 29, 2010
It’s the big one. The men’s squash team will try to tame the Tigers in a top-5 showdown with Ivy League title implications Saturday in Princeton, N.J. The match is important, Rusty Feldman ’10 said, because the winner will most likely go on to win the Ivy League title. Princeton went into the season ranked »
Hywel Robinson ’13 plays a ball in the Bulldogs’ 8–1 loss against Trinity last Wednesday.

M. SQUASH | Elis breeze past No. 14 Midshipmen

January 25, 2010
The men’s squash team recovered from its loss to No. 1 Trinity last Wednesday with a convincing win against No. 14 Navy this past weekend. The No. 2 Elis (9–1, 3–0 Ivy) dominated the Midshipmen (19–6), sweeping six of their nine matches en route to an 8–1 victory Saturday in Annapolis, Md. “Some of us »
Hywel Robinson ’13 forehands a ball against Trinity Wednesday night.

M. SQUASH | Yale looks to rebound vs. Navy

January 22, 2010
After Wednesday night’s loss to Trinity, the men’s squash team is hoping to recover when it faces Navy this weekend and Princeton next week. So far this season, the Midshipmen (19–5) have lost to Princeton, Penn and Dartmouth — the latter two the Bulldogs (8–1, 3–0 Ivy) have beaten. “By no means are we taking »
Hywel Robinson ’13 reaches out for a backhand in his match against Supreet Singh in No. 3 Yale’s 8–1- loss to No. 1 Trinity Wednesday night.

M. SQUASH | Trinity streaks past Bulldogs

January 21, 2010
Perfect no longer. The men’s squash team suffered its first loss of the season Wednesday night in front of a boisterous Brady Squash Center crowd, falling 8–1 against perennial national champion Trinity, which extended the longest winning streak in intercollegiate varsity athletics history to 211. Leading up to the match, the Bulldogs were hopeful about »
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M. SQUASH | Elis make it look easy

January 19, 2010
The Elis (7–0, 3–0 Ivy) swept Bates 9–0 Friday before taking down Ivy rival Cornell 9–0 Saturday morning. The Bulldogs also defeated Northeastern’s club team 9–0 Saturday afternoon, but the game did not count for conference play because Northeastern is not a varsity team. The No. 4 Bulldogs dominated No. 12 Bates, winning eight of »

Looking to stay perfect

January 15, 2010
The men’s squash team hopes to improve their record to 8–0 this weekend with matches against Bates, Cornell and Northeastern at home in the Yale Round Robin at the Brady Squash Center. The Bulldogs open against Bates College on Saturday. Bates (6–4), which is currently ranked No. 12 by the National Squash Association, fell 6–3 »