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.
FOOTBALL: Heart of the bulldogs
Last weekend, the entire football team rushed the field when tailback Tate Harshbarger ’14 scored his first career touchdown against Columbia at the Yale Bowl.
HE: Yale sports bridge gap to New Haven?
Last Friday night capped off the end of an incredible journey for the Yale men’s hockey team.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Question mark between the pipes
Coming into the 2013-’14 season, it was apparent that the Yale men’s hockey team was in search of a goaltender. But four games into the year, the Bulldogs still do not know who will start their next game in the net.
SQUASH: Freshman class shows potential
Revitalized by new talent, both the men’s and women’s squash teams look to improve on their results from last season.
Ivy ADs talk re-governance
The NCAA faces challenges both in how it is governed and in how conferences are organized. Last week, Ivy League athletic directors converged on New Haven to weigh in on these and other issues facing the Ancient Eight.
CROSS COUNTRY: 14 personal bests at Heps
Members of the men’s and women’s cross country teams shattered 14 personal records in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships on Saturday.
SAILING: Elis qualify during windy weekend
A nearly windless Saturday postponed much of the scheduled action, resulting in a wild Sunday packed with racing for the coed and women’s sailing teams. But when all was said and done, both teams qualified for the Atlantic Coast Championships. The No. 1 coed team placed third at the 73rd Annual Professor Schell Trophy, hosted »
FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs bounce back against Columbia
The field hockey team has won back-to-back games just once so far this season as it has battled through a tough schedule. Although the weekend started on a high note, consecutive wins once again eluded the Bulldogs. Yale (7–9, 3–3 Ivy) brought its Ivy League record to .500 with a 3–1 win at Columbia (6–10, »
Football: Historic run keys victory over Lions
In Saturday's game the Bulldogs broke records and regained the confidence that came with their 3–0 start to the 2013 season.
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis secure draw on the road
Despite twice leading by two goals, the men’s soccer team had to settle for a 3–3 draw with Columbia in New York on Saturday. Though the Bulldogs (4–9–2, 2–1–2 Ivy) stunned Columbia (7–3–2, 1–1–3 Ivy) with two first half goals just a minute apart, the Lions scored two goals in three minutes late in the »
VOLLEYBALL: Ivy unbeaten streak comes to an end
The winning streak may be over, but the future of Yale volleyball remains bright. After defeating Dartmouth (10–12, 3–7 Ivy) 3–1 on Friday, the Elis (15–4, 9–1) fell in Ivy League competition for the first time since Nov. 11, 2011. In a dramatic five-set match, the Crimson (12–7, 7–3) prevailed over the Bulldogs 3–2, ending »
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis remain winless
Winless woes continued for the Yale women’s hockey team this weekend as St. Lawrence and No. 5 Clarkson, Yale’s first two ECAC opponents, blew out the Bulldogs. The Elis fell 4–1 at St. Lawrence (4–6–0, 3–1–0 ECAC) on Friday before traveling to Clarkson (7–2–2, 2–1–1 ECAC) the next day and suffering a 7–0 blowout. “There’s »