CT Open Bouncing Back
New Haven’s only professional tennis tournament has been struggling to keep its doors open for the past four years. In 2010 it was left without a title sponsor and the men’s division was moved to another tournament. But things are turning around for the Connecticut Open.
Softball Freshmen Step Up to the Plate
As the spring athletics season comes to a close, most of Yale’s freshman athletes are just getting their bearing in the ivy league, not so for the softball team. Although the team has stumbled to a 5-32 record, a strong season from the Class of 2017 has the bulldogs looking forward to a promising future. »
Dog Days of Summer
For most students, summer is an opportunity to travel, accept an internship or return home after a long year. But Yale’s athletes must make room for one more activity–summer workouts. This story brings you more on the challenges of balancing these workouts with other summer plans. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh »
No More Puppy Play
Every year, the end of hockey season means the start of a new journey for the team’s seniors – professional hockey. This year, captain Jesse Root and forward Kenny Agostino both signed professional contracts within days of completing their season. Now, the two are grappling with the many challenges of balancing a professional sports career »
Diving with Pride
You may have heard of Jason Collins and Michael Sam. Collins currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets and Sam will likely be drafted into the NFL this year. What these two men have in common, outside of their superior athletic skills, is that they are both openly gay. Collins is the first publicly gay athlete »
From the Pool to the Pub
With internship season in full swing, future jobs are at the front of many Yalies’ minds. One that’s probably not being considered? Professional beer making. But one Yale alum went off the beaten career path and co-founded Golden Road Brewing. That was Meg Gill, a past Yale swimmer, who made Forbes 30 Under 30 Food »
Yalie Headed to Sochi
This week, one lucky Yalie left New Haven behind for the adventure of a lifetime. In early January, Phoebe Stanez, a freshman forward on the women’s hockey team, found out she would be playing for her native Switzerland in the winter Olympics. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh Cavero, Madison Alworth and »
Schwartz Foundation Draws NHL Support
Exactly one week ago, the Yale women’s hockey team faced Brown at Ingalls Rink and went home with a disappointing 2-2 tie. But that same night, Captain Tara Taramoto called the game one of the year’s greatest successes. Watch as Georgiana Wagemann explains why. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh Cavero, Madison »
World series champs come home
After helping the Red Sox win the World Series, pitcher Craig Breslow ’02 and catcher Ryan Lavarnway ’09 made a trip to New Haven
Tumbling with Tonry
Every female gymnast in Yale’s history has had one thing in common – head coach Barbara Tonry. Tonry has been at the team’s helm for over 40 years and is gearing up for another season with the Bulldogs. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh Cavero, Madison Alworth and Kevin Kucharski. See www.yaledailynews.com/ytv.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis travel to Brown to open Ivy slate
The women’s basketball team begins Ivy League play with a home-and-home set against Brown this Friday in Providence. The Bulldogs (6–8, 0–0 Ivy) are coming off a tough non-conference schedule that included games against Kansas and Miami, both of which made the NCAA tournament last season. “The pre-season was a good growing experience for this »
Club Wrestling on the Rise
http://youtu.be/G9B0tmTaVdk Wrestling lost its varsity status in 1991 but the club sport has found strength and dedication in its coach and captains. Kate Walker brings you more about the program as the start of the wrestling season kicks off.