WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs Blanked by Dartmouth
The women's soccer team suffered a crippling blow to its Ivy League title chances (Saturday afternoon right? dont say today in articles usually), falling to Dartmouth by a score of 1–0.
Athletic Department Teams up with Faculty
The Yale Athletic Department recently partnered with the Faculty Committee on Athletics to develop the Faculty Liaison Program, which is designed to give the Bulldogs a support structure in the academic community. Join YTV as it takes an inside look at the program.
Kiphuth Leadership Academy
Launched in 2005, the Kiphuth Leadership Academy aims to develop the leadership skills of Yale athletes both on and off the court through frequent meetings, workshops and community building activities.
Archery Targets Students
Two archery clubs have existed at Yale in the past, but have failed to sustain funding and membership. Harrison Miller ’16 revived the club and this year’s team hopes this new incarnation will stick.
A Unique Home for the Bulldogs
Yale promotes the residential college system as one of its greatest strengths to all prospective freshman. But is it the best arrangement for all Yale students? Join Kevin Kucharski ’15 as he explores how the residential college system offers a unique experience in Division I athletics.
Bulldogs Become Sustainable
The Bulldog Sustainability team, the student-led effort to make Yale Athletics more environmentally sustainable, was recently selected as one of ten case studies of successful green policy implementation in college athletics. The group talks about the challenges it has faced, goals it has accomplished, and its hopes for the future.
The Queens Defend their Throne
Zenab Keita and Kate Walker take a look at the women’s volleyball preseason and find out what the team is doing to defend their Ivy League title.
Varsity Weight Room Makeover
In past years, varsity Bulldogs had to work around a crowded and outdated weight room. Last summer, Payne Whitney’s weight room got a heavy face lift.
Bulldogs Gear Up for Season Ahead
Head football coach Tony Reno, captain Beau Palin ’14 and others talk about training camp and preview the team’s fall season.
The Invisible Injury
As the danger presented by concussions becomes more clear, Yale student-athletes face increasingly long and difficult recoveries. YTV talks to athletes whose first hand experiences with concussions have left them sidelined and worse.
A Swab for Schwartz
In its first five years, the Mandy Schwartz marrow donor registration drive has produced 17 matches. John Oppenheimer ’14, the starting center on the football team, became the football team’s first ever match this year and completed a donation in January. In its drive earlier this month, the Schwartz Foundation used John’s story to aid »
Facing the Frozen Four
The Yale hockey team was one of the last teams into the NCAA tournament, but is now one of the last teams standing — take an inside look at the team’s recent run to the Frozen Four.