Elis crushed at Yale Field

Baseball head coach John Stuper literally threw almost everything he had at the University of Connecticut in Yale’s home opener, but the revolving-door progression of Eli pitchers was unable to tame the Huskies’ bats. The Bulldogs (6-13) went through nine different pitchers in the same number of innings on their way to an 18-7 loss […]

Elis struggle on Fla. diamonds

Seven players on the Yale baseball roster hail from Florida, but the disappointing spring break homecoming probably left those Bulldogs, and the rest of the team, eager to return to cooler climates. The Bulldogs (6-12) dropped all six games in the Sunshine State and finished their spring break campaign with a paltry 4-11 record. The […]

Lineup intact, baseball shoots for tourney

Much of the starting pitching staff has returned. The lineup is largely intact. The coaches in the dugout are all the same. Even the trainers have been held over from last season. Continuity is the theme for the latest version of the Yale baseball team, and many team members say that 2007 might be the […]

Bats come alive in opening weekend in Md.

In years past the baseball team has been recognized primarily for its strong pitching, so this weekend’s hitting showcase, which saw the Bulldogs put up 25 runs in just three games against UMBC, may be an early sign that the Elis have finally found the right blend to improve on last season’s 11-9 Ivy record. […]

M. squash avenges Penn loss

Sometimes in sports, whether for better or worse, everything goes as predicted. That’s how it went for the men’s squash team this weekend at the CSA Team Championships, where the Bulldogs got a chance to flex their muscles on Friday before being overmatched on Saturday and Sunday. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”14246″ ] Yale quickly dispatched Penn in […]

Crimson bury Yale in Boston

Mother Nature must be a Crimson fan. Last week’s snowstorm forced Yale and Harvard to postpone the men’s squash match by seven days, giving the Cantabs time to get over an earlier loss to Princeton and allowing their top player, Siddharth Suchde, an opportunity to recover from an ankle injury. With Suchde back in the […]

Obstacles abound for int’l recruits

Yale’s classrooms and dining halls showcase the University’s international diversity, but the sports fields and courts tell a different story. According to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, international students make up 9 percent of the undergraduates enrolled at Yale and come from 70 different countries outside the United States. But diversity is not as prevalent […]

Harvard postpones squash showdown

The men and women’s squash teams both have an extra week to focus on their match against Harvard after inclement weather and icy roads kept the Bulldogs from making the trip to Cambridge last night for the highly anticipated match. The Eli women will now face the unusual situation of playing for the Howe Cup […]

M. squash finds perfection vs. Brown in Ivy home finale

A large and rowdy crowd filled the Brady Squash Center this weekend, creating a noticeably energetic buzz for the final home Ivy match of the season. Many in the audience did not come solely to watch Yale men’s squash trump Brown, as the matches were preceded by an exhibition of some of the nation’s best […]

Tigers avenge ’06 loss on road

Even favorable matchups and home court advantage were not enough to propel the men’s squash team past Princeton, who came in surging after a 9-0 blanking of the Penn Quakers just three days earlier. A strong contingent of students, alumni and parents saw the Elis succumb to the immensely talented Tiger squad on Saturday in […]

Sarfaty ’08 serves again

By Matt Eisen Staff reporter [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”14507″ ] It was a balmy Thursday night in early August 2006 when Moshe Sarfaty, back in his native Israel, received the call he has been expecting for some time. He knew the voice on the other end well and hastily accepted the man’s request. Compliance, he understood, was […]

M. squash emerges victorious yet again

Apparently all the right things were said in the men’s squash locker room after last Tuesday’s poor showing against Trinity. The Bulldogs bounced back this weekend and affirmed that the loss in Hartford was nothing more than a hiccup in their resolute march leading up to Princeton and Harvard. At the Yale Round Robin, the […]