BASEBALL: After elimination, Bulldogs bite back
After being eliminated from playoff contention Saturday afternoon, the Yale baseball team gutted out two impressive victories on Sunday at Harvard to extend what is now a six-year streak of winning with at least two of its four annual games against its Cambridge rivals.
CREW: Heavyweight, lightweight take first, women’s falls
On Saturday, the women and lightweight crew teams found themselves in a familiar place: the Gilder boathouse. Both teams raced on the Housatonic, while the heavyweights took on Columbia and Penn on Columbia’s Overpeck Lake, New Jersey course-minute delay, the fog on the Housatonic River lifted and spectators were able to enjoy a clear view.
BASEBALL: Bulldogs hope to play spoiler
In a sports year in which Harvard athletics has been able to deal last-minute blows to the football, men’s basketball and men’s ice hockey teams, the baseball team has a chance to exact some revenge on the Crimson this weekend in a four-game series.
Gilder: A force for change
On March 3, 1976, 19 members of the Yale women’s crew team marched into the Athletic Department and, completely naked, read a list of grievances stemming from the University’s unfair treatment of male and female athletes.
TENNIS: Elis take on rivals
It is rivalry week for the men’s and women’s tennis teams as the Bulldogs look to gain ground in the Ivy League standings in matches against Harvard this Friday.
BASEBALL: Elis split against CT schools
The Yale baseball team allowed early runs to a pair of Connecticut opponents, overcoming an early deficit against Trinity College but not against Sacred Heart to split its midweek matchups.