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.
BASEBALL: Elis shoot to snap Ivy title droughtOne hundred and fifty years since the team’s inception, the Yale baseball team enters this historic season more focused on flipping the script of the past 21 years rather than celebrating the past century and a half.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs look to dethrone Harvard
A pivotal weekend looms ahead for the conference-leading Yale men’s basketball team, which returns home to face Dartmouth and second-place Harvard with an opportunity to separate itself from the rest of the Ivy League.
FOOTBALL: Reno recruits for Team 143
Although yesterday was National Signing Day for NCAA football, Ivy League-recruited athletes do not sign a National Letter of Intent. Despite the absence of letters, the list of football players headed to Yale next fall is nearly complete.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Duke on tap for Yale in 2015–16
In the midst of what appears to be its best chance to dance in March in years, the Yale men’s basketball team is already building its profile for the 2015–16 season, with recent confirmation that the Bulldogs will face the University of Southern California, Southern Methodist University and, most notably, perennial powerhouse Duke.
GYMNASTICS: Bulldogs gears up for final home meet
Following a season-best performance at its home opener last weekend, the Yale gymnastics team looks to keep the momentum going when Springfield College comes to compete on Saturday.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Doherty emerges as young leader
Leadership does not always have to come from the most senior members of a team. For the Yale men’s ice hockey team, this is evident in the example set by forward Mike Doherty ’17.
CONDRO: A shadow cast on Super Bowl XLIX
The Super Bowl left a bad taste in my mouth. It wasn’t because the Patriots won.
Breaking down Yale Athletics’ budget
Yale spent close to $38 million on athletics in the 2014 fiscal year, the second-highest total in the Ivy League. That total, though, may be somewhat deceptive.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis hit road aiming for sweep
After proving their ability in a weekend series in New York, the Elis are hoping to capitalize on the momentum coming into a critical set of games this weekend.
GYMNASTICS: Yale takes second in home opener
The Yale gymnastics team posted a season-high point total at its first home meet of the season, placing second out of four teams at the competition that honored former Yale coach Don Tonry.
TENNIS: Yale men’s team splits weekend
The Yale men’s tennis team took to the courts over the weekend, playing back-to-back matches on Saturday and Sunday against Fairfield and Iowa. But after a win over the Stags largely thanks to the doubles pairs’ performances, the Elis fell to the Hawkeyes 5–2.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Sears talks improvement, goals
Justin Sears ’16 has been a crucial piece for the first place men’s basketball team that remains undefeated in conference play.
SQUASH: Men defeat, women fall to Penn, Princeton
The No. 5 ranked Yale men’s team and the No. 4 women’s squash team hosted Penn and Princeton this weekend for an Ivy League doubleheader.