Shooting for the skies

The Yale skeet and trap team will finish the school year having completed one of its most successful seasons in over 30 years. In early April, the team competed at the ACUI Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Tex. The team’s A squad finished second in the nation in […]

BOOLA BOOLA | YDN Player of the Week: Pat Ludwig ’12

Pat Ludwig ’12, a junior right-handed pitcher on the baseball team, is this week’s YDN Player of the Week. His dominant performance on Sunday in led Yale to a 5-1 victory over Dartmouth, completing a four-game weekend sweep of the Big Green. Ludwig struck out a career-high 12 batters in seven and a half innings, […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | YDN Player of the Week: Nihal Kayali ’13

Nihal Kayali ’13, a sophomore on the women’s track & field team, is this week’s YDN Player of the Week for her impressive victories in the 3,000 meter run and the 1,500 meter run in last weekend’s Sam Howell Invitational in Princeton, N.J. On Friday, Kayali led the 1,500 meter race from beginning to end, […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | YDN Player of the Week: Brandon Mangan ’14

Midfielder/attackman Brandon Mangan ’14 was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week — and is this week’s YDN Player of the Week — after scoring the game-winning goal in the men’s lacrosse team’s overtime win against Princeton on Saturday. Mangan’s second score of the day, and fourth goal in two games, capped off a […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | YDN Player of the Week: Megan Vasquez ’13

Megan Vasquez ’13, the sophomore guard for the women’s basketball team, is this week’s YDN Player of the Week for her pivotal role in leading the Lady Bulldogs to their first win at Harvard since 2001 and their first season sweep of the Crimson since the 1993-94 season. Vasquez scored nine points with four assists […]

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W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs drop season opener

The women’s lacrosse team fell in its season opener at Holy Cross on Saturday afternoon, losing 12–5 in a turnover-plagued performance. “Everyone was really rusty,” goalie Whitney Quackenbush ’12 said. “It was hard because it was their third game but our first game. Everyone left that game feeling that we can play better.” Holy Cross […]

YDN Player of the Week: Jackee Snikeris ’11

Jackee Snikeris ’11, Yale’s senior goaltender on the women’s hockey team, is this week’s YDN Player of the Week for her heroics during a 1-0 shutout of Quinnipiac on Friday and for her stellar hockey career which came to an end on Saturday afternoon with a loss to Princeton. On Friday, Snikeris posted 35 saves […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | YDN Player of the Week: Janna Graf ’14

Janna Graf ’14, a forward on the women’s basketball team, is this week’s YDN Player of the Week for her clutch play in the Bulldogs’ big sweep of the Harvard Crimson and Dartmouth Big Green last weekend. Against Harvard, who at the time was 5–0 and first in Ivy League Play, Graf scored a game-high […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | YDN player of the week: Jenna Ciotti ’14

Jenna Ciotti ’14, a freshman forward on the Yale women’s hockey team, is this week’s YDN Player of the Week for her heroics during a six-point, five-goal week. Ciotti’s incredible performances started last Tuesday at Brown, where she scored 61 seconds into the contest, setting the stage for a 4-0 Yale win. Friday night at […]

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MLB CFO talks business and baseball

Nothing grabs the attention of a baseball fan quite like a World Series ring. About 40 Yale students were able to see one at a Berkeley College Master’s Tea with Jonathan Mariner, the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Major League Baseball in the Office of the Commissioner. Mariner began the discussion with […]

VOLLEYBALL | Elis back on track

The volleyball team brought out the brooms this weekend. The Bulldogs (10–7, 4–2 Ivy) swept through Cornell (4–11, 2–4) and Columbia (5–13, 3–3) at the John J. Lee Amphitheater, and improved to 7–0 at home this season. “Our team played their best volleyball of the year this weekend,” head coach Erin Appleman said. The Bulldogs […]

VOLLEYBALL | California not so golden for volleyball

California was not so sunny for the volleyball team. The Bulldogs made the cross-country trip to the Golden State for three games at the Fullerton Classic and returned home with a three-match losing streak, falling to Liberty (8-4) Friday, and West Virginia (10-5) and host Cal State-Fullerton (10-3) Saturday. “We battled really hard this weekend,” […]