ROSENBERG: The price of winning: nothingIn the wake of the hockey team's Frozen Four triumph, students are asking the wrong question: “Do you think this will encourage Yale to invest more in athletics?”
FRONDORF: Rutgers abuse reveals corrupt cultureI interrupt your regularly scheduled Frozen Four coverage for a public service announcement:
ROSENBERG: Damn YankeesThere should be a salary cap in baseball, although not necessarily to level the playing field.
FRONDORF: Bulldogs in the spotlightCollege football and basketball may draw most of the national attention, but collegiate hockey likely comes in at a respectable third place.
ROSENBERG: Embrace the madnessI have to be honest: I don’t watch much television, but I was basically glued to the couch for the first four days of March Madness.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs look for sweep of Big Green, CrimsonThe Yale men’s hockey team stays home this weekend for its final conference games of 2013 against Dartmouth and Harvard.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis look to bounce back against Wildcats
After a disastrous shooting performance against Bryant, the Yale men’s basketball team will look for redemption on Saturday when it hosts New Hampshire. Against Bryant on Wednesday, the Bulldogs shot 39.3 percent from the floor and just 3–21 from deep, their lowest outing of the season. Though the Elis led by four at the end »
MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldog offense packs bite
Coming into the 2013–’14 season, many doubted the No. 8 men’s hockey team’s ability to recover from the graduations of Andrew Miller ’13 and Antoine Laganiere ’13 up front. But Yale’s offense has not skipped a beat, ranking 12th in the nation with 3.50 goals per game this year. “Replacing those guys was a hard »
FENCING: En garde to fencing season
After three months of fall training, the men’s and women’s fencing teams will begin their competitive season this weekend as they travel to Waltham, Mass. for the Brandeis Invitational on Sunday. The Bulldogs are scheduled to take on Brandeis, MIT, BC, Air Force Academy and St. Johns in all three weapon categories: foil, épée and »
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale to joust against Black Knights
The women’s basketball team will face a tough task on Saturday, as Army will visit New Haven for the two teams’ 28th overall meeting. Yale (4–4, 0–0 Ivy) enters the game with momentum, having defeated Bryant (2–5, 0–0 NEC) on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs will face the Black Knights (6–1, 0–0 Patriot), who have won »
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Win streak snapped
In a battle to determine top dog, the Yale men’s basketball team could not withstand a strong second-half surge from Bryant.
INDOOR: Snajder ’14 paces the Bulldogs
In her junior campaign with the women’s track and field team, Amanda Snajder ’14 set the school record in the pentathlon during the 2012–’13 indoor season with 3658 points and set personal best records in high jump, long jump, shot put, javelin toss and the heptathlon. Following her stellar season, Snajder was elected captain of »
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: In a ‘Dog fight, Yale victorious
In a battle between Bulldogs, Yale came out on top last night after fighting off Bryant for three quarters of the game to snap a three-game losing streak.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis to conclude 2013 at Providence
The Yale women’s hockey team will end non-conference play at Providence this Friday in its final game of 2013.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Doherty ’17 talks rookie season, success
The News sits down with forward Mike Doherty ’17, who currently leads the team in points with nine.
Volleyball: NCAA tournament to begin friday
The Yale women’s volleyball team is riding a 14–1 record over its last 15 games into its match against Utah on Friday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
FOOTBALL: What went wrong
In the 130th playing of The Game, not a whole lot went right for the Yale football team.