MEN’S BASKETBALL: Basketball boasts multiple talents
The men’s basketball team has been in the news recently not only for its successes on the court, but also because of its players, who have epitomized the Yale student-athlete, pursuing interests on and off the court.
EPPLER: Make some noise for … chicken!
Saturday night, on my last night at home in Maryland for the holiday, I drove into DC with my brothers and mom to watch the Washington Wizards take on the New Orleans Hornets.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs ready to rebound
During Thanksgiving break, the Yale women’s basketball team traveled to the West Coast and competed against three non-conference teams: Washington, Alaska Anchorage and Boise State. The Bulldogs fell in all three matches.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs nab first victory
A 13–0 second half run for the Yale women’s basketball team, along with a massive rebounding advantage, helped the Bulldogs take down the Holy Cross Crusaders 83–70 in their home opener on Tuesday.
FOOTBALL: A promising leader in Oluokun
Yale’s defense is one of the youngest squads in the Ancient Eight. Still, it has persevered game after game and kept the Bulldogs in the running for the Ivy League championship, delivering one of the Bulldogs’ best seasons in recent memory.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis lose opener in double OT
After the Yale men’s basketball team sent the Quinnipiac Bobcats packing in March in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament on a buzzer-beater from forward Justin Sears, the two squads squared off in a grudge match on Friday.