BASEBALL | Elis seek revenge against Quakers, Lions

The baseball team (13–10, 2–2 Ivy) will hope to carry the momentum from its 3–2 victory over Sacred Heart (12–14) on Wednesday into this weekend’s Ancient Eight contests against Penn (13–10, 4–0) and Columbia (11–12, 2–2). The Quakers and the Lions finished at the top of the Lou Gehrig Division last year, and Penn is […]

BASEBALL | Elis sacrifice their way to victory

The baseball team got back to its winning ways after having dropped two consecutive games against Princeton over the weekend. The Elis (13–10, 2–2 Ivy) defeated Sacred Heart (12–14) 3–2 on Wednesday as they edged out the Pioneers with an eighth-inning sacrifice fly by Trey Rallis ’11 broke the 2–2 tie. It was the first […]

BASEBALL | Yale splits weekend, still atop Red Rolfe

The baseball team’s seven-game winning streak came to an abrupt end this weekend as the Bulldogs had a hot-and-cold start in their first weekend of Ivy League action. The Elis (12–10, 2–2 Ivy) started Ancient Eight play with two wins against Cornell (3–17, 1–3) and then dropped two consecutive games against Princeton (9–13, 4–0). However, […]

BASEBALL | Bulldogs hit the road

The baseball team (10–8) will take a five-game winning streak into this weekend as they begin Ancient Eight play against Cornell (2–14) and Princeton (5–13). Last year, the team had an 11–6–1 record before the Ivy League season began against Columbia. However, the team went 0–4 during that first Ivy weekend, and will hope for […]

BASEBALL | Bulldogs continue winning streak

The Bulldogs took an early lead against Quinnipiac on Wednesday afternoon and never looked back. In its last game before the start of Ivy League play, the Yale baseball team (10–8) used its momentum from last weekend’s sweep of Hartford and cruised to a 14–0 win over the Bobcats. Quinnipiac was coming off its best […]

BASEBALL | Elis take four straight over Hartford

After a six day hiatus due to weather, the Yale baseball team (9–8) broke .500 for the first time this season with a 4–0 weekend against Hartford (1–15–1). The Bulldogs travelled to Hartford on Saturday for the first of its back-to-back doubleheaders, winning both games 4–0 and 14–0, respectively. In its second doubleheader, played at […]

BASEBALL | A Hawk-filled weekend

Yale baseball will play four games this weekend after having its games against UConn and CCSU cancelled this past week. The Elis (5–8) will face Hartford (1–11–1) in back-to-back doubleheaders: Saturday at Hartford, and Sunday at Yale Field. Depending on the weather, Sunday’s two games will be the Bulldogs’ first time competing at home this […]

BASEBALL | Slow start for Yale

What a difference a year makes. But this time, it wasn’t for the better. Last year the baseball team started 9–4–1 over the break. This year, the Elis had a slow start at the RussMatt Invitational, going 3–5, and they were not able to get back on track. The team finished its spring break schedule […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Tomlinson ’14 wins 2011 national individual title

No. 7 Millie Tomlinson ’14 did not disappoint in Sunday’s CSA Individual Championships final. The freshman played her best squash to defeat the No. 1 player in the country, Laura Gemmell, in straight games for the national crown. Gemmell has been a dominant force in women’s squash since she entered intercollegiate play last year. She […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | Squash’s Tomlinson ’14 Continues to Amaze

In her first year, Millie Tomlinson ’14 has turned many heads as one of the top players on the women’s squash team (17–0, 6–0 Ivy), which won its first Ivy League title and national championship in five years. She dropped just one game in her first season at Yale, and her skillful play has earned […]

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BASEBALL | Yale hopes for another strong start

With spring break around the corner, the Yale baseball team is preparing for its first games of the season. The team finished in last place in the Rolfe Division last season for the second consecutive year with an 8–12 Ivy League record, 21–22–1 overall. Despite that weak overall season, the team had a strong spring […]

M. SQUASH | Elis fall one match short

Cambridge, Mass. — The men’s squash team fell just one match short of winning the Potter Cup and ending Trinity’s unprecedented 242-contest win streak. The No. 2 Elis (15–2, 6–0 Ivy) had convincing wins over No. 7 Dartmouth (10–8, 2–4) and No. 3 Princeton (11–3, 5–1), 8–1 and 7–2, respectively. In the final, the Bulldogs […]