ROSENBERG: The price of winning: nothing
In 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?”
WOMEN’S CREW | Bulldogs swept by Tigers
The women’s crew fell short to Ivy League rival Princeton Saturday on the Housatsonic River.
SAILING | Bulldogs build momentum
The coed sailors headed to New York to compete in the Admiral’s Cup, finishing fourth overall in the competitive field.
MEN’S LACROSSE | Star attackman reflects on season
Men’s lacrosse attackman Brandon Mangan ’14 has had a strong season for the Bulldogs thus far, ranking first on the team with 30 goals and 22 assists.
MEN’S GOLF | Elis win second straight
The men’s golf team continued its tear last weekend, capturing the Century Intercollegiate title and winning its second tournament in a row.
WOMEN’S TENNIS | Elis drop No.1 spot in Ivies
The No. 35 women’s tennis team had mixed success in Ivy League play over the weekend, defeating Dartmouth 5–2 but losing to archrival Harvard by the same score.
BASEBALL | Elis eliminated from Ivy contention
The weekend series gave Dartmouth a five-game lead over the Bulldogs in the Red Rolfe Division with just four games left in conference play.
HEAVYWEIGHT CREW | Elis clinch 4th straight Blackwell Cup
After a successful sweep of Dartmouth at home on April 13, the heavyweight crew maintained its winning momentum in Philadelphia on Saturday
MEN’S LACROSSE | Bulldogs fall to Terrapins
In a game marred by controversial refereeing decisions, No. 4 Maryland scored with 13 seconds left in the fourth quarter to squeak by the No. 12 men’s lacrosse team
MEN’S TENNIS | Another split for the Elis
With Ivy League standings on the line, the No. 56 men’s tennis team split yet another weekend against two Ancient Eight rivals.
TRACK & FIELD | Elis manage PRs at third meet in six days
The Bulldog athletes that stepped on the track at the Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton this weekend were tired
WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Cornell paints Reese Red
Four straight Cornell goals to open Saturday’s game condemned the women’s lacrosse team to a 13–7 defeat.