SQUASH: Elis exceed expectations
Gaining their first in-game experience of the year at the Ivy Scrimmages this weekend, both the men’s and women’s squash teams proved that they can compete at a high level. The men’s team won its first two matches, but lost to Harvard in the championship of the tournament. The women’s team defeated Penn in a »
MEN’S HOCKEY: Elis top Tigers, tie Bobcats
It was a rematch widely anticipated by the college hockey world: bitter rivals, Yale and Quinnipiac, facing off in an encore performance of last year’s National Championship game. Yale produced a stunning upset in that game, winning 4–0 on neutral ice in Pittsburgh. But Saturday’s game was held under totally different circumstances, as the Bulldogs »
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs start season off strong
Down 13 points with just under 15 minutes remaining, the women’s basketball team’s season looked to be getting off to a rough start. But a number of players contributed down the stretch, and the Bulldogs (1–0, 0–0 Ivy) came back to open their season on a high note, defeating Monmouth 64–55. “The freshmen handled themselves »
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs shock Blue Devils
Saturday’s regular season men’s basketball opener ended in fitting fashion when Yale forward Brandon Sherrod ’15 rejected Central Connecticut State University guard Matt Hunter’s layup attempt as time expired after a quick move to the basket. CCSU, like Hunter, had a great first step, but in the end, Yale proved to be too big and »
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis get set for season
After proving the experts wrong last year with a third-place finish in the Ivy League, the Yale men’s basketball team appears poised for another season of success.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Freshmen help hockey move forward
Early into the season, Yale’s freshman class has already established itself as a key component of the offense for the men’s hockey team. Last weekend, John Hayden ’17, Michael Doherty ’17, Frankie DiChiara ’17 and Chris Izmirlian ’17 combined for six points over the two games. “The freshmen [have] done a great job in their »
MEN’S HOCKEY: Question mark between the pipes
Coming into the 2013-’14 season, it was apparent that the Yale men’s hockey team was in search of a goaltender. But four games into the year, the Bulldogs still do not know who will start their next game in the net.