WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Allison Guth named head coach
Following the departure in April of head coach Chris Gobrecht, the Yale women’s basketball team announced on May 21 that former assistant coach Allison Guth will be the 10th coach in school history.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale begins search for new HC
Following the announcement that Chris Gobrecht, former Yale women’s basketball head coach, had accepted a head coaching position at Air Force, administrators in Yale’s athletic department have already begun their search for Gobrecht’s replacement — and they have plans to finish the search quickly.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Gobrecht to depart for Air Force
Following a 10-year tenure at the helm of the Yale women’s basketball program, head coach Chris Gobrecht has accepted a position as head coach of the U.S. Air Force Academy’s women’s basketball team, Jim Knowlton, Air Force director of athletics, announced Tuesday.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Jones denies Fordham rumors
In the aftermath of a historic season that saw the Yale men’s basketball team win its most games since 1949 before ending without a postseason bid, rumors of another potential gut punch to the Elis swirled around Wednesday afternoon.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale falls in heartbreaking finish
The Yale men’s basketball team saw its season conclude in heartbreaking fashion, as the Bulldogs fell to ancient rival Harvard in the Ivy League Playoff between the two co-champions. Just one week after defeating the Crimson (22–7, 11–3 Ivy) 62–52 in Cambridge, the Elis (22–10, 11–3) were unable to find that same offensive magic at »
CONDRO: The difference three years makes
As I walked out of the Palestra on Saturday night, I sensed that these Bulldogs have a lot of fight left in them, and that they have a lot of basketball left to play.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Just short at the buzzer
In the game that determined its NCAA tournament fate, the Yale men’s basketball team blew a four-point halftime lead and fell to the Harvard Crimson by a score of 53–51.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: A shot at history
Less than one week removed from suffering heartbreak in Hanover, the Yale men’s basketball team looks to earn its first March Madness berth in over 50 years as it takes on co-Ivy League champion Harvard in a winner-take-all playoff game at the Penn Palestra on Saturday.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Keys to the game
For Yale to come away with its first March Madness berth in 53 years, it will need solid outings from its frontcourt, to remain confident knowing it is far from an underdog, and to keep shooting — and making — threes.