MEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale faces biggest clash in a decade
March Madness is epitomized by a matchup between two Ivy League juggernauts duking it out for their conference crown. That matchup comes to life on Friday, as Yale takes on Harvard in perhaps the program’s biggest game in 13 years.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs end year at home
After falling to the top two teams in the Ivy League, the Yale women’s basketball team will complete the last weekend of its regular season by facing Harvard on Friday night and Dartmouth on Saturday.
Moving beyond the arc
A basketball revolution is underway with no signs of halting, and the mantra of “adapt or die” is more true than ever on the hardwood.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Late comeback sets up Ivy title clash
The Yale men’s basketball team’s experience showed against the Penn Quakers, as the Bulldogs used a late run to sweep their final home weekend of the season and set the table for a major Ivy title showdown next Friday against Harvard.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs back on top
The Yale men’s basketball team struggled early as Princeton’s balanced scoring pushed the Tigers ahead, but a dominant second half by the Bulldogs and a superstar performance from forward Justin Sears '16 ensured a Yale win.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale faces top two Ivy teams
Currently ranked third in the Ivy League and with only four Ivy games left in the season, the Yale women’s basketball team will have tough back-to-back games this weekend, traveling to face first-place Princeton on Friday and second-place Penn the following day.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs embark on last home weekend
While the final home games of student-athletes’ careers often inspire reflection and pride in what has been accomplished in years past, the seniors on the Yale men’s basketball team will focus more on what has yet to be achieved as they face Princeton and Penn this weekend in pursuit of an Ivy championship.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Effort leads to excellence on glass
This season, the Yale men’s basketball team has become known for its prolific offense, which scores an Ivy League-best 68.8 points per game. In particular, the team’s success lies in its ability to rebound the ball and grab offensive boards.