ONORATO: Celebrating the BowlThis fall marks 100 years of football at the historic Yale Bowl.
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.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs face top of ECACAfter a frustrating series against Brown, the Yale women’s hockey team is out to prove what it is capable of as it takes on a set of ranked opponents this Friday and Saturday.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale looks to stay hot
The men’s basketball team is hoping to complete a sweep of Brown this weekend in the second stage of their home-and-home series after a dominant performance last weekend to open the Ivy League season.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis seek longest win streak of season
The Yale women’s hockey team is preparing for its fourth straight weekend of ECAC hockey with yet another chance to change its position in the conference. The Elis (8–10–1, 5–7–0 ECAC) currently hold the eighth position in its league, but with two games against Brown (4-15-0, 1-11-0) this weekend, one on Friday in Providence and »
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs attempt to sweep Bears
The Yale women’s basketball team will again face off against Brown for both teams’ second conference game — this time in Providence.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Critical ECAC tilts for Yale
After completing a crucial two-game stand against Brown, from which the Elis took four points, Yale will look to continue its winning ways against St. Lawrence and Clarkson this weekend.
SQUASH: After Trinity losses, squash travels south
After losses to a perennial rival, the Yale squash teams aim to rebound this weekend against easier opponents.
EPPLER: What’s the big deal?
The television screen cuts to a shot of an empty podium. Spectators excitedly await the speaker’s presence. In the corner of the television screen, the anchor in the studio leads hushed and anxious discussion among a panel of experts.
TENNIS: Spring season set to start
After nearly three months of offseason training, the Yale men’s and women’s tennis teams are within two days of their first official matches in 2015. And with just four seniors lost to graduation across the two teams last season, both squads head into the spring with high expectations.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Sarju speaks space without senior
Nyasha Sarju ’16 has been a valuable player for the Yale Women’s Basketball team this season, scoring double digits in the Elis’ last three games.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: A Swiss and a Swede lead
Yale women’s hockey is fielding one of its most impressive teams in years, due in large part to two talented international players: forwards Hanna Åström ’16 of Sweden and Phoebe Staenz ’17 of Switzerland. With years of play on the world’s best teams, the pair brings their experience to the Bulldogs in the hopes of making a playoff run.
SQUASH: Elis top competition, prep for Trinity
Yale’s No. 4 women’s and No. 6 men’s squash teams fought hard this weekend, and each team came away with major wins against top opponents to defend their respective rankings.
SWIMMING: Bulldogs defeat Penn State 181–172
The Yale men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams continued their winning streaks with victories over Penn State and New Hampshire, respectively.
FENCING: Yale excels at Vassar
The women’s and men’s fencing teams returned to competition this past weekend in promising form, with captain Lauren Miller ’15 leading her squad to two victories and captain Hugh O’Cinneide ’15 leading his to three at the Vassar Fencing Challenge.