ONORATO: Jeter transcends rivalryI have always been, and will always be, a diehard Red Sox fan.
HE: Feeding the white elephantsFor every iconic sports team, there is an iconic stadium or arena associated with it.
HE: Student-athletes should be paidBut greed, as it turns out, is not always good.
ONORATO: Celebrating America's pastimeMade and perfected right here at home, the sport and the experience that baseball offers is uniquely American.
The real story at SochiIn some of my previous columns, I argued that sports ultimately are entertainment businesses designed to, well, entertain people.
FOOTBALL: Tyler ’17 enters sophomore year after strong first seasonThe football team begins its season this weekend against Lehigh, a team that scored nearly 32 points a game last year en route to an 8–3 record.
FIELD HOCKEY: Elis prepare to hit the road
Coming off of a second weekend of successive home games, the field hockey team is ready to face teams on turf other than its own.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs to face Hofstra
The Yale women’s soccer team has a challenge ahead of it on Friday as it heads to New York to face off against Hofstra University, which is riding high after a stunning victory last week.
MEN’S TENNIS: Elis set for season
With an incoming rookie class of three, a solid sophomore contingent and a group of seasoned veterans, the men’s tennis team will hope to recapture early season magic as it starts this year with a returning ace and a fearless senior class.
CROSS COUNTRY: Elis top Harvard
Running at the Course at Yale, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams open their new seasons against some old, familiar foes.
FENCING: Harutunian still young after 44 years as coach
Harutunian’s office, the only room on the seventh floor of Payne Whitney Gymnasium other than the fencing room, is an organized mess that encapsulates his life: busy and loaded with memories.
Eli alums talk broadcasting experience
As the sole owner of broadcasting rights in the United States, NBC has been exclusively responsible for bringing the Olympic Games to American fans since 2000.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs pummel peacocks
After a heated overtime battle against Manhattan on Sunday that resulted in the first loss on the season, the Yale women’s soccer team came back with a vengeance against St. Peter’s on Tuesday night, taking down the Peacocks 5–1.
SAILING: Bulldogs saved by Belling ’16
In addition to helping the Yale coed sailing team win the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Team Race National Championship in June, crew Charlotte Belling ’16 has achieved personal recognition for her achievements as well.
WOMEN’S TENNIS: Freshmen excel for Bulldogs
Yale women’s tennis opened its season on a strong note this past weekend at the Cissie Leary Invitational, with especially impressive performances from the newest members of the team.
FOOTBALL: For Yale, Scott a solid backup
Head coach Tony Reno recently announced that quarterback Morgan Roberts ’16 will replace Hank Furman ’14 as Yale’s starting signal caller, but added that the Bulldogs have a reliable backup in fellow quarterback Logan Scott ’16.
FOOTBALL: Sitting down with Tony Reno
Head coach Tony Reno is entering his third season at the helm of the Yale football team.