TRACK AND FIELD: Yale takes third place at HYP meets
In what some would consider the most heated meet of the year, the Yale track and field teams showed promise and success even while finishing in third place, wrapping up their regular seasons at the historic Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet in Cambridge on Saturday.
TENNIS: Bulldogs head to Cambridge
The Yale men’s tennis team will be competing in the ECAC Championships this weekend, opening competition on Friday in a play-in contest against George Washington University.
TENNIS: Elis see success in spring home opener
While flurries swirled outside the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center, the Yale women’s tennis team ignored the snow and came away with an impressive victory in its first home meet of the spring season. The Bulldogs defeated visiting Florida International University in a 4–2 decision on Monday.
TRACK AND FIELD: Eli runners set many PRs
A week before the historic Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet in Cambridge, the Bulldogs got one last chance to test themselves at the Coxe Cage in the annual Giegengack Invitational Meet this past weekend.
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.
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.
TRACK AND FIELD: Bulldogs host 33rd Yale Invitational
Cox Cage, home of the Yale men and women’s indoor track and field teams, was buzzing this past weekend when the Bulldogs hosted the 33rd annual Track and Field Invitational — a highly competitive track scrimmage.
CREW: The art of coxing
Inside every crew boat that competes for Yale, amongst the brawny rowers, is a much smaller member of the team known as the coxswain.
MEN’S TENNIS: Lu ’17 excels on the courts
When Tyler Lu ’17 first picked up a tennis racket, he was merely trying to imitate his older brother, a tennis enthusiast. He never thought that only seven years later he would be ranked No. 84 in the country by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.