When a player hits more home runs during a season than an entire team, names like Babe Ruth come to mind. But if you watched Ivy League softball, you might be thinking of catcher Sarah Onorato ’15. After leading the Ancient Eight with 14 round-trippers, two more than the entire team of Brown University, Onorato »
The Elis avenged last week’s loss at Brown with a 12-point victory over the Bears today, but the game was much closer than the final score. Yale (7–12, 1–1 Ivy) dominated the extra period for a 76–64 victory after Brown (7–9, 1–1) erased a 10-point halftime deficit to force overtime. Forward Justin Sears ’16 led all »
Yale ran with No. 13 University of Florida for most of a sloppy first half, but the athleticism of the Gators came back to bite the Bulldogs in a 79–58 defeat.
Running back Tyler Varga ’15 was often a bright spot in a bleak season for the Bulldogs this year. And now, the Yale football player has added another honor to his trophy case today after being named honorable mention Football Championship Subdivision All-American by the Beyond Sports Network. Although he missed a few games — one »
With wide receiver Henry Furman ’14 playing quarterback and running back Tyler Varga ’15 standing on the sidelines, many questioned if Yale could run the ball. But that is exactly what the Elis did, gaining 348 yards of total offense. That would not be enough, as Yale (2-7, 1-5 Ivy) fell 29-7 to Princeton (5-4, 4-2 Ivy) »