M. SQUASH | Yale vies for Potter Cup, Trinity looms

Three wins separate the Bulldogs from a national championship. The No. 2 men’s squash team (13–1, 6–0 Ivy), which won the Ivy League championship two weeks ago, will face No. 7 Dartmouth (10–6, 2–4) in the first round of the Potter Cup in Cambridge, Mass. Should they win, the Elis will face either No. 3 […]

W. SQUASH | Elis defeat Harvard for national title

Ranked second in the nation all season, on Sunday the women’s squash team finally proved that they deserved to be on top. In a repeat of last week’s contest for the Ancient Eight crown, the Elis defeated formerly top-ranked Harvard (11–2, 5–1) with the same score as last weekend, 5–4, to win their first national […]

SQUASH | Three victories away from Howe title

After an undefeated regular season, the women’s squash team will look to extemd its win streak to 17 consecutive wins and a national championship this weekend. The No. 1 Elis (14–0, 6–0 Ivy) will begin its quest for the national CSA title at the Howe Cup against No. 8 Dartmouth (9–7, 1–5) on Friday. If […]

M. SQUASH | Yale wins second consecutive Ivy title

The No. 2 Yale men’s squash team cruised past No. 6 Harvard on Saturday night en route to its second consecutive Ivy League title for the first time in the team’s history. The Bulldogs (13–1, 6–0 Ivy) defeated the Crimson (7–4, 3–3) 7–2 and prevented Princeton from having a share of the league title. Although […]

W. SQUASH | Yale defeats defending champions for title

It came down to the very last match and the very last game, but it was Yale that ultimately prevailed. Caroline Reiegeluth ’11 took the fifth game of her match against the Crimson’s Sarah Mumanachit for the match victory, 5–4, and Yale’s first Ivy League title in seven years. The win (14–0, 5–0 Ivy) capped […]

SQUASH | Title implications for squash

The men’s and women’s squash teams will head to Cambridge this Saturday to face Harvard in matches that have Ivy League title implications. The No. 2 men’s squash (12–1, 5–0 Ivy) will look to capture sole ownership of the league championship this week, as they have already won at least a share of the title […]

W. SQUASH | Tomlinson ’14 storming the courts

In just her freshman year, Camilla Tomlinson ’14 has proven to be one of the top squash players not only on the Yale women’s team but also in the nation. Tomlinson is the second-highest ranked freshman in the nation at No. 10, behind only Trinity’s No. 8 Catalina Pelaez. She has not lost a single […]

M. SQUASH | Elis close in on title

The Yale men’s squash team moved to within one win of their second consecutive Ivy League title after defeating Brown on Saturday at the Brady Squash Center. The No. 2 Bulldogs (12–1, 5–0 Ivy) faced little resistance from the No. 12 Bears (6–5, 0–4), who have yet to defeat an Ivy League opponent. The Bulldogs […]

W. SQUASH | Women take down the Bears

The women’s squash team earned its ninth 9–0 win of the season after easily defeating No. 10 Brown on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the No. 2 Bulldogs (13–0, 5–0 Ivy) continued their dominant, undefeated season and are just one win away from the Ivy League title. The Bulldogs hope to get that win against […]

SQUASH | Two wins from the title

Both the No. 2 men’s and No. 2 women’s squash teams are just two wins away from Ivy League titles. After coming off two much-needed victories against Princeton, the two teams will try to knock down one of those wins as they take on Brown this Saturday at the Brady Squash Center. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”5028″ ] […]

TENNIS | Rough start for tennis teams

The Yale men’s and women’s tennis teams had a tough start to the regular season this weekend. The men’s squad was unable to find its range in its opening contests to begin the season, dropping both its matches against Boston College and Purdue on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. The women’s team, meanwhile, lost to No. […]

Carbon monoxide incidents increase

Known as the silent killer, carbon monoxide has made its mark on the winter season in New Haven. Fire Marshal Joseph Cappucci said that New Haven is seeing more carbon monoxide-related incidents this year. He attributed the increase to heavier use of furnaces in face of recent cold temperatures. The trend has prompted city officials […]