Yale quarterback Patrick Witt ’12 has chosen The Game over a chance at a Rhodes Scholarship and will play at the 128th Harvard-Yale game at the Yale Bowl on Saturday.

Players to Watch

November 18, 2011 • 0
Key Players Based on their past performances and positions they will take on the field Saturday, The following make up the players who will likely determine the outcome of this year’s edition of The Game. Yale: Patrick Witt ’12: After passing up a shot at the Rhodes Scholarship, Witt will lead the Blue and White »

M. HOCKEY | Outshot Elis end with a win

October 29, 2011 • 35
M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Dartmouth

THE GAME | Reliving The Game 2009

November 16, 2010 • 0
All season Yale’s first-year head coach, Tom Williams, has used trick plays to his team’s advantage. That changed for the Bulldogs, though, on Saturday — and in the most critical of ways. With Yale on its own 25-yard line and leading 10-7 with 2:25 remaining in the game, Williams opted to try a trick punt »
Quarterback Patrick Witt ’12 completed 35 of 55 passes, including two for touchdowns. He added another touchdown on the ground with a last-second quarterback sneak.

FOOTBALL | Witt’s last-second touchdown gives Yale 40–35 win over Georgetown

September 20, 2010 • 0
Head coach Tom Williams has maintained that he would not shy away from gutsy calls after last year’s failed fake punt against Harvard. On Saturday, he put his money where his mouth was — and this time it paid off. With less than 10 seconds remaining and the Bulldogs (1–0) trailing Georgetown 35–34, quarterback Patrick »
Bulldog players and fans rush the field after Patrick Witt's '12 game-winning touchdown as time expired.

Yale edges past Hoyas 40–35 in last-second comeback

September 18, 2010 • 0
la href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php?option=com_mobile&task=viewaltcast&altcast_code=dd4f896d75″ >iPhone on staging FOOTBALL | The Bulldogs go head-to-head with Georgetown at the Yale Bowl for the first game of the season, starting at 12 p.m.

FOOTBALL | Money ’11 moves from corner to safety

September 7, 2010 • 0
After losing defensive stars Larry Abare ’10, Tim Handlon ’10 and Paul Rice ’10 this past spring, the Bulldogs are hoping defensive back Adam Money ’11 can help to keep Yale among the Ivy League’s toughest defenses. Money had a breakout season last year as a cornerback, leading the team in interceptions and forced fumbles »

FOOTBALL | Union no match for Bulldogs

September 6, 2010 • 0
It may have been only a scrimmage, but the football team came out with the guns blazing against the Union College Dutchmen. A year after defeating Union 36–14 in a pre-season exhibition, the Bulldogs upped the anteSaturday, trouncing the Dutchmen 50–0 at the Yale Bowl. Division III Union, which had gone 8–3 last year, was »
Gio Christodoulou ’11, who missed virtually the entire 2009 season due to injury, returns a kick against Fordham during the 2008 season. He will be back as a wide receiver this season.

FOOTBALL | Simple goal for Elis: Win

August 27, 2010 • 0
Each year, the Elis’ football captain chooses a slogan for the team’s workout T-shirts. Defensive end and 2010 captain Tom McCarthy’s ’11 pick for this season is simple: “Win.” Nine months since the Bulldogs’ tough 14–10 loss to Harvard at The Game, which featured Yale’s now infamous fourth-and-22 fake punt, the team thinks a more »
Pat Ludwig ’12 started game one of Yale’s doubleheader against Harvard and allowed five hits and five runs in two-thirds of an inning. The Bulldogs went on to lose 14–12.

BASEBALL | Bulldog bats come alive in split

April 29, 2010 • 0
Even though the baseball team split its doubleheader with Harvard on Wednesday, the vibe around the Yale clubhouse made it seem as if the Bulldogs had swept their rival. Hours after nearly coming back from being down 13–0 in their 14–12 loss in the first game, the Elis took a commanding 7–0 lead, en route »
Designated hitter Trey Rallis ’11 doubles home a run in the Bulldogs’ lopsided 15-1 win over Harvard in game two of Saturday’s doubleheader.

BASEBALL | Elis end losing streak

April 26, 2010 • 0
It looked like it would be more of the same for the slumping baseball team midway through its doubleheader against Harvard on Saturday, but the Bulldogs responded emphatically to end the day on a high note. After a 7–4 loss to Harvard (14–22, 7–7) increased Yale’s losing streak to six games, the Bulldogs (17–19–1, 4–10 »

BASEBALL | Elis need to get back on track

April 23, 2010 • 0
The baseball team will try to rebound from its worst week of the season and end its five-game losing streak when Yale hosts archrival Harvard for a four-game homestand this weekend. “It’s fun to beat Harvard because people always ask how you did against them,” second baseman Gant Elmore ’11 said. “It’s a little added »
The Bulldogs scored a season-high 18 runs against Quinnipiac on Wednesday — but it wasn’t enough. A walk-off three-run home run gave the Bobcats a 19-18 win in Hamden,

BASEBALL | Elis fall to Quinnipiac in slugfest

April 22, 2010 • 0
In its last four games — all losses at Dartmouth — the baseball team scored a combined eight runs. On Wednesday, the Bulldogs (16–18–1, 3–9 Ivy) more than doubled that total in one game, but still ended up losing. Yale fell on the road to struggling cross-town rivals Quinnipiac, 19–18, on a three-run, walk-off home »