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.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Giffey and Napier sink Bulldogs
Yale went into Hartford expecting a strong opponent in No. 18 UConn. What the Bulldogs did not expect was the 10th triple-double in UConn’s prized history.
SQUASH: Elis exceed expectations
Gaining their first in-game experience of the year at the Ivy Scrimmages this weekend, both the men’s and women’s squash teams proved that they can compete at a high level. The men’s team won its first two matches, but lost to Harvard in the championship of the tournament. The women’s team defeated Penn in a »
FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs cap season with a win
The field hockey seniors led the team to victory in the final game of the season, with captain and midfielder/back Georgia Holland ’14 scoring the go-ahead goal with less than six minutes to play to defeat Brown 2–1. With the win over Brown (6–11, 1–6 Ivy), the Elis (8–9, 4–3) finished with a winning record »
FOOTBALL: Randall saves the day for Elis
On Saturday, a last minute scamper electrified the crowd at the Yale Bowl and delivered a stunning 24–17 win for the Elis (5–3, 3–2 Ivy).
VOLLEYBALL: Elis win fourth-straight Ivy League title
The Yale volleyball team made history yet again over the weekend, solidifying its status in Ivy League lore by clinching its fourth straight conference title.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Elis top Tigers, tie Bobcats
It was a rematch widely anticipated by the college hockey world: bitter rivals, Yale and Quinnipiac, facing off in an encore performance of last year’s National Championship game. Yale produced a stunning upset in that game, winning 4–0 on neutral ice in Pittsburgh. But Saturday’s game was held under totally different circumstances, as the Bulldogs »
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs start season off strong
Down 13 points with just under 15 minutes remaining, the women’s basketball team’s season looked to be getting off to a rough start. But a number of players contributed down the stretch, and the Bulldogs (1–0, 0–0 Ivy) came back to open their season on a high note, defeating Monmouth 64–55. “The freshmen handled themselves »
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs stumble in final weekend
The women’s soccer team had two chances this weekend to avoid finishing below 0.500 for the first time since 2001, but the Bulldogs came up empty. Riddled by injuries, Yale (7–8–1, 2–4–1 Ivy) hosted Brown (10–6–1, 4–2–1) on Friday night and lost 3–1 in its final Ivy League match of the year. The Bears then »
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs shock Blue Devils
Saturday’s regular season men’s basketball opener ended in fitting fashion when Yale forward Brandon Sherrod ’15 rejected Central Connecticut State University guard Matt Hunter’s layup attempt as time expired after a quick move to the basket. CCSU, like Hunter, had a great first step, but in the end, Yale proved to be too big and »
MEN’S SOCCER: Yale’s ivy hopes dashed
The men’s soccer team saw its Ivy League title ambitions go up in smoke on Senior Night last Saturday after Brown scored two goals inside the first 10 minutes to put the game away. The Bulldogs (4–10–2, 2–2–2 Ivy) came into the weekend needing a win and some help from other teams in order to »
Bringing in Bulldogs
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FOOTBALL: Randall saves the day for Yale
Yale walked away with a Saturday victory over Brown, keeping the Bulldogs in contention for the Ivy League championship.