TRACK | Relays strong for track

This weekend the men’s and women’s track teams competed at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, which featured more than 300 events between college, high school, secondary school and Olympic training teams at Franklin Field, where the Heptagonal Championships will be held May 9 to 10. The men’s performances at the unscored Relays were highlighted by […]

W. TENNIS | Title now out of reach for Elis

This weekend the women’s tennis team lost all hope of winning the Ivy League Championship title when it was defeated by Harvard on Sunday. Princeton, a team with only one more win than Yale, locked up the title. Though they fell to Harvard on Sunday, 5-2, the Bulldogs were victorious on Friday, topping Dartmouth 6-1. […]

W. TENNIS | Women dominate, again

The women’s tennis team dominated this weekend with two victories against Cornell and Columbia, extending its home winning streak to 19 victories. On Friday, Vicki Brook ’12 and Lindsay Clark ’11, as well as Janet Kim ’09 and Jessie Rhee ’10, took their doubles matches, giving the Bulldogs the doubles point for the day. The […]

W. TENNIS | Bulldogs dominate Killer P’s

The women’s tennis team dominated the court this weekend when it took on Princeton and Penn in its second and third games of the Ivy season. After a tough battle at Brown last weekend, the women used their defeat as momentum to turn out two victories in Princeton, N.J., and Philadelphia on Friday and Saturday. […]

W. TENNIS | Disappointing loss to Bears

The women’s tennis team was not able to keep the ball in its court this weekend. The Bulldogs opened their Ivy season on Sunday in Providence, R.I., where they faced Brown (15-2) in a contest that amounted to the Bears’ 11th-straight win. The women (9-5) finished their regular season at No. 45, making considerable strides […]

NCAA Tournament | Lasley: A team destined for success

When I walked into the Sigma Nu frat house for the first time in January, I had no idea that it was the home of juniors and seniors of the Yale men’s ice hockey team. Though, from the party’s turnout, I should not have been surprised. The foyer was filled with people already buzzing about […]

W. TENNIS | Tennis falls to top teams

Last weekend’s victories against Dartmouth and Princeton to win the ECAC Championship helped propel the women’s tennis team to move from No. 63 to No. 51 in the national rankings. But that ascent hit a roadblock this weekend in Tennessee. Facing off against No. 22 Tennessee in Knoxville and No. 16 Vanderbilt in Nashville this […]

W. TENNIS | Bulldogs win ECAC Championships

After winning six of seven matches this season, the women’s tennis team cashed in this weekend when it won the ECAC Championships in Hanover, N.H. Then-No. 63 Yale topped the Big Green 5-2 before defeating Princeton 4-3 to take first place. The Bulldogs started out the day with the loss of the doubles point, but […]

TENNIS | Men’s and women’s tennis grab wins

The men’s tennis team opened its spring season at home this weekend with three wins in as many matches. The women, meanwhile, split two matches in Michigan, continuing their spring schedule. The men played their first matches of the New Year against the University of Southern Carolina Upstate, Georgetown and Stony Brook, breezing by all […]

TRACK | Elis qualify for ECACs

This weekend, the women’s and men’s track and field teams competed in the unscored Giegengack Invitational hosted at Coxe Cage. The two-day meet featured outstanding performances by both the women and the men, leading more athletes to qualify for ECAC and IC4A Championships to be held later this year. The men finished Friday with two […]

W. TENNIS | Bulldogs shut out St. John’s

It looks like the women’s tennis team is getting into the swing of things. The Bulldogs followed a 7-0 shutout victory against Fairleigh Dickinson on Friday by trouncing St. John’s in New Haven on Saturday. The wins were the Elis’ second and third official victories this winter and brought their home winning streak to 16 […]

W. TENNIS | Bulldogs open with win

This weekend the women’s tennis team opened its spring season with a win against Boston College in New Haven. Taking on the same opponent last year did not yield a favorable outcome, but they were able to turn their luck around this season. Unlike the fall season, the spring season consists of individual matches rather […]