FOOTBALL: Oppenheimer the center of attention
On Saturday, offensive lineman John Oppenheimer ’14 will emerge from the tunnel and enter the Yale Bowl in front of thousands of fans. The News sat down with Oppenheimer to discuss the emotions and energy that accompany playing in The Game. Q. What does The Game mean to you? A. The Game means a lot to »
Sandquist talks Harvard-Yale
The News sat down with wide receiver Cameron Sandquist ’14 to discuss the impact of the rivalry matchup and his final game as a Bulldog.
SAILING: No wind in Yale’s sails at ACCs
Despite each having held the No. 1 ranking for longer than any other school in the country, the No. 2 coed sailing team and No. 2 women’s sailing team both came up short at the Atlantic Coast Championships this weekend. The coed team claimed third place at the event, which was hosted by the College »
FOOTBALL: Harvard holds off Penn, stays in Ivy hunt
CAMBRIDGE, MA. — Harvard was able to send off its largest senior class in recent history with one last home win Saturday against Penn, outlasting the Quakers 38–30. The Crimson (8–1, 5–1 Ivy) faced a resilient Penn squad (4–5, 3–3) on Senior Day, as both teams fought for the chance to stay in the running »
VOLLEYBALL: Elis end season on top
It may have already clinched the Ivy League title, but the Yale volleyball team continued to compete with the same intensity as always this past weekend. In their final two conference matches of the season, the Elis were victorious against Princeton and Penn, winning 3–1 and 3–0, respectively. The Elis (19–4, 13–1 Ivy) were slow »
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis blow lead over Princeton
In the final game of the season, the Bulldogs took a two-goal lead early in the first half but could not prevent Princeton from coming back to win 3–2 on the Tigers’ home turf. On Saturday, the Bulldogs (4–11–2, 2–3–2 Ivy) surrendered a 2–0 lead for the third time this season, and the Tigers (7–9–1, »
FOOTBALL LIVEBLOG: Yale takes on Princeton
The Bulldogs (5–3, 3–2 Ivy) take on the Princeton Tigers (7–1, 5–0) in Princeton, N.J. at 1 p.m. This is both teams’ penultimate game of the 2013 season and a win for the Tigers could clinch at least part of the Ivy League title.