WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs face top of ECAC
After a frustrating series against Brown, the Yale women’s hockey team is out to prove what it is capable of as it takes on a set of ranked opponents this Friday and Saturday.
SQUASH: Columbia talks team, future
Edward Columbia ’18 has played a big role on the Yale men’s squash team this season. After taking a gap year to study theater in New York City, Columbia currently starts for the Bulldogs and has contributed a number of important wins, including two victories this past weekend against George Washington and Navy.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Powerful offense led by dynamic duo
The men’s basketball team boasts the highest-powered offense in the Ivy League, which has helped the Bulldogs to an undefeated start in conference play. That stellar offense, in turn, has been largely due to the play of point guard Javier Duren ’15 and forward Justin Sears ’16.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Simpson steps up for Elis
When Yale women’s basketball captain Sarah Halejian ’15 tore her ACL, putting her out of competition for the season, the Bulldogs despaired — but little did they know that guard Tamara Simpson ’18 would step up to the plate and help the Elis secure wins in their first two Ivy games.
GYMNASTICS: Tough loss for Bulldogs
The Yale gymnastics squad nearly tied its record-setting team total against Ivy rival Penn on Sunday, thanks to solid routines by captain Morgan Traina ’15 and Tatiana Winkelman ’17, but ultimately fell 193.150–191.000 in heartbreaking fashion.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Offense reaches new heights
A week after the Yale women’s basketball team defeated Brown at home, it repeated history on Brown’s home court 79–69 on Friday thanks to a season-high 66.7 percent shooting from the field in the second half.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale drops both games in weekend away
Coming off of a strong four-point ECAC weekend against Brown last weekend, the Yale Bulldogs were unable to continue the win streak, dropping consecutive matchups against St. Lawrence and Clarkson on Friday and Saturday.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Duren’s dagger saves Bulldogs
Rarely can a basketball game be described as ugly, disjointed, enthralling and heroic all at once, but those terms only begin to paint the picture of the Yale men’s basketball team’s 69–65 victory over Brown on Saturday.