WOMEN’S TENNIS: Sullivan is king of the court
Annie Sullivan ’14 is one of the main reasons that Yale has won three straight Ivy League women’s tennis titles. Entering her final season on the squad, Sullivan, who is now the team’s captain, stands in a unique position as the Elis’ only senior — and the team’s most vocal leader both on and off »
MEN’S TENNIS: Bulldogs show bite at west point fall quad
Following an inauspicious start to the fall season at the Princeton-Farnsworth Invitational, the men’s tennis team looked to build momentum through the remaining tournaments of the fall season. After finishing match play at the West Point Fall Quad this Sunday, the Elis have reason to be pleased with their progress. Alex Hagermoser ’17, Tyler Lu »
Elis face seven schools
During a busy three-day stretch, the women’s tennis team competed against seven squads from around the country in its home invitational tournament. Yale faced Virginia Tech, Boston College, Dartmouth, Brown, Purdue, Iowa and Penn State on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center. On Friday, the Yale Bulldogs women’s tennis team began its »
Bulldogs finish strong at home
The men’s golf team did not capture its third consecutive Macdonald Cup this weekend, but the team has plenty to be proud of as the Elis finished strong in second place. Competing at home this past weekend at The Course at Yale, the Bulldogs faced a tough playing field that included Illinois, who placed fifth »
Ahoy! Elis dominate the seas
Repeating recent success, both the coed and women’s sailing teams dominated the East Coast this weekend.
MEN’S GOLF | Elis solid in Indiana
Yale wound up in third place at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic, 20 strokes behind champion Houston and five behind runner-up Michigan State.
SAILING | Women defend trophy
The Yale squads competed at four events this weekend, emerging with the women’s team’s lone victory earned in defense of their title at the Mrs. Hurst Bowl regatta at Dartmouth.