MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale aims to top ECAC, earn NCAA bid
The road ahead will certainly prove difficult for the Bulldogs, as they face off against teams from one of the best conferences in college hockey in their quest for an automatic NCAA tournament bid.
SWIMMING & DIVING: Kiphuth Pool renovation moving slowly
While Yale athletics administrators and Kristin Krebs-Dick ’93, president of the Yale Swimming and Diving Association, are encouraged by recent momentum in fundraising for a new aquatic center, their $47 million requirement is proving a difficult number to reach.
GYMNASTICS: Elis near record score, take fourth
Following a season-high performance at last week’s Ivy Classic, the Yale gymnastics team put up another strong performance, scoring less than four-tenths of a point off of their record at Towson.
SQUASH: Bulldogs see mixed results
This weekend, representatives from the Yale men’s and women’s squash teams competed in the College Squash Association Individual Championships, which was hosted by Princeton.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Crimson shuts the door on Yale
After a pair of losses this weekend in the first round of the ECAC playoff tournament, the Yale women’s hockey team finds itself once again knocked out of the postseason by Harvard.
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.