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.
HE: Fourth and a long shot
The Monday Night Football game between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers ended on a controversial note. Down 24–20 with just three seconds left on the clock, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was intercepted in the end zone on a pass that fell short of Rob Gronkowski, his intended target. There was just one »
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.
FOOTBALL: Inside the 20, Bulldogs excel
The Bulldogs head into Saturday’s matchup against Harvard ranked third in the nation in red-zone defense.
Division I AD’s seek reallignment
Student-athletes, administrators and coaches across the country have long made claims that the NCAA is a flawed system and balance of power in Division I legislation is an underlying problem. As the annual NCAA convention approaches in January, schools around the country are discussing major changes to how Division I NCAA athletics are governed. In »
ORORATO: The price of fantasy
At the end of Monday night’s football game between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers, the Patriots charged down the field in the last minute of play. A fourth-down conversion to Pats’ tight end Rob Gronkoswki and a controversial no-call on a pass interference call in the end zone made for a thrilling »
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis victorious in home opener
Just five days after a heartbreaking one-point loss at Rutgers, the Elis defended home court in their first game at John J. Lee Amphitheater against Sacred Heart. After battling back and forth with the Pioneers (0–4, 0–0 NEC) for most of the game, the Bulldogs (2–2, 0–0 Ivy) pulled away in the closing minutes and »
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs top Terriers
The Elis had their best shooting performance of the season on Tuesday night, propelling them to a dominant win over Boston University 78–68. Yale (3–1, 0–0 Ivy) traveled to Boston to face the Terriers (1–3, 0–0 Patriot League), a squad that defeated the Bulldogs 59–54 in New Haven last year. The Elis overcame an 80 »
FOOTBALL: ‘Five fingers, one fist’
Yale’s offensive line has allowed just nine sacks in as many games this season.
FOOTBALL: Explosive Randall a jack-of-all-trades
No matter who directs the offense, one playmaker remains constant: wideout Deon Randall ’15.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis secure first wins
The women’s hockey team snagged its first wins of the season this past weekend in away games against ECAC opponents Rennselaer and Union.
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 »
SWIMMING & DIVING: Elis drop first ivy meet
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams went into this weekend’s meet against Columbia looking for vengeance after finishing one place behind the Lions at the Ivy League championships last spring, but the Elis came up short once again. On Friday, the men’s team lost to the Lions 153–147, while the women fell 185–115 »