MEN’S BASKETBALL LIVEBLOG: Cornell comes to New Haven
First-place Yale (18–7, 7–1 Ivy), seeking its best Ivy League start since 2001-2002, will seek to defend home court this weekend in a two-game homestand that begins with Cornell (12–12, 4–4). Follow along as the News covers the game live.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs hope to snap skid
After coming just short of snapping Princeton’s undefeated 22-game start to the season, the Yale women’s basketball team will travel to Cornell and Columbia this Friday and Sunday.
SWIMMING & DIVING: Ivies await swim and dive team
After three months of intense competition, the Yale women’s swimming and diving team will wrap up its season with the Ivy League Championships this weekend. The Bulldogs head into the meet seated third overall, with Harvard and Princeton tied for first.
GYMNASTICS: Elis compete in Windy City
On Friday, the Yale gymnastics team rebounded from last week’s season-worst performance against Springfield College in a tri-school meet in the Windy City. The Bulldogs scored 190.750 points at the Navy Pier Quad Meet in Chicago, placing behind Iowa State’s 194.950 and Northern Illinois’s 194.475.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs lose shooting touch
The Yale women’s basketball team put a scare into both its opponents this weekend — including Princeton, the nation’s last undefeated team — but ultimately, the Bulldogs were swept, in large part due to a 0.308 shooting percentage in their two games.