Football

Yale topples Big Red in home opener

Football

Yale topples Big Red in home opener

By Won Jung and Joey Kamm | Posted on, 9:25 p.m.

What a difference one year can make. Following its game against Cornell a year ago, the Yale football team owned an 0–2 record and had scored just 26 points on the season. Today, however, the Bulldogs defeated the Big Red 49–24 to bring their record to 2–0 and their point total to 105 in two … Read more


Football

Offensive leads Yale in season-opening win

By Won Jung and Joey Kamm | Posted on, 6:18 p.m.

Following a disappointing 3–7 campaign in 2016, the Yale football team spent an entire offseason preparing to put the memories of a lost season in the past. When the Bulldogs stepped out onto Lehigh’s Goodman Stadium on Saturday, this mentality was crystal clear from kickoff.

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Women's Hockey

Souliotis, Murray drafted into the National Women’s Hockey League

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 4:11 p.m.

On Thursday, August 17, two members of the Yale women’s hockey team were selected in the 2017 National Women’s Hockey League draft. The Boston Pride picked defender Mallory Souliotis ’18 in the second round, and her teammate, forward Eden Murray ’18, was selected by the Connecticut Whale with the following pick. Read more


Women's Hockey

Souliotis, Murray drafted into the National Women’s Hockey League

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 4:11 p.m.

On Thursday, August 17, two members of the Yale women’s hockey team were selected in the 2017 National Women’s Hockey League draft. The Boston Pride picked defender Mallory Souliotis ’18 in the second round, and her teammate, forward Eden Murray ’18, was selected by the Connecticut Whale with the following pick. Read more


Football

Four questions facing Team 145

The Bulldogs must contend with many of the same challenges that perplexed them last season, from injuries to uncertainty at quarterback. Down The Field breaks down the questions that will make or break Team 145. Read more


Football

Four questions facing Team 145

The Bulldogs must contend with many of the same challenges that perplexed them last season, from injuries to uncertainty at quarterback. Down The Field breaks down the questions that will make or break Team 145. Read more








Crew

Title IX at 45: Yale women’s crew’s mark on history

In the 45 years since its passage, Title IX has broadened in scope to cover not only equity in athletics but also sexual climate. And many of the most significant changes have come from New Haven, where Yale and Title IX have clashed — sometimes to the school’s detriment, sometimes to its advantage — to indelibly shape higher education in the U.S. Read more


Crew

Title IX at 45: Yale women’s crew’s mark on history

In the 45 years since its passage, Title IX has broadened in scope to cover not only equity in athletics but also sexual climate. And many of the most significant changes have come from New Haven, where Yale and Title IX have clashed — sometimes to the school’s detriment, sometimes to its advantage — to indelibly shape higher education in the U.S. Read more


Down The Field presents: Father’s Day

With the fathers of over 100 Yale student-athletes having played college or professional sports in their heyday, Down The Field decided to join the Father’s Day festivities this year by highlighting some of their most notable athletic successes. Read more


Down The Field presents: Father’s Day

With the fathers of over 100 Yale student-athletes having played college or professional sports in their heyday, Down The Field decided to join the Father’s Day festivities this year by highlighting some of their most notable athletic successes. Read more


Baseball

Two Bulldogs selected in Major League Baseball Draft

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 10:43 p.m.

Captain and third baseman Richard Slenker ’17 and right fielder Harrison White ’17 both heard their names called to join the cohort of Bulldogs playing professional baseball. The two plan on pursuing professional careers for as long as possible, they told the News. Read more


Baseball

Two Bulldogs selected in Major League Baseball Draft

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 10:43 p.m.

Captain and third baseman Richard Slenker ’17 and right fielder Harrison White ’17 both heard their names called to join the cohort of Bulldogs playing professional baseball. The two plan on pursuing professional careers for as long as possible, they told the News. Read more




Crew

Sweep of Harvard caps historic heavyweight season

By Will Horvath | Posted on, 12:32 a.m.

The Varsity Eight, which captured the national title over Washington last weekend, faced off against Harvard in a grueling four-mile race. The Elis faced a strong push by the Crimson that saw Harvard take an early, one-seat lead, but the Bulldogs took back the lead and would not renounce it, withstanding a variety of pushes over the course of the long race. Read more


Crew

Sweep of Harvard caps historic heavyweight season

By Will Horvath | Posted on, 12:32 a.m.

The Varsity Eight, which captured the national title over Washington last weekend, faced off against Harvard in a grueling four-mile race. The Elis faced a strong push by the Crimson that saw Harvard take an early, one-seat lead, but the Bulldogs took back the lead and would not renounce it, withstanding a variety of pushes over the course of the long race. Read more


Baseball

Bulldogs ousted from NCAA tournament

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 1:09 a.m.

The Yale baseball team saw its season come to a close in an 8–1 defeat to No. 1 National Seed Oregon State on Sunday night. Despite some early potential from the Bulldogs (34–18, 16–4 Ivy), a disastrous third inning doomed the Elis for the rest of game by creating a differential that the Beavers (52–4, 27–3 Pac–12) would never relinquish in the final of the Corvallis regional. Read more


Baseball

Bulldogs ousted from NCAA tournament

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 1:09 a.m.

The Yale baseball team saw its season come to a close in an 8–1 defeat to No. 1 National Seed Oregon State on Sunday night. Despite some early potential from the Bulldogs (34–18, 16–4 Ivy), a disastrous third inning doomed the Elis for the rest of game by creating a differential that the Beavers (52–4, 27–3 Pac–12) would never relinquish in the final of the Corvallis regional. Read more


Crew

Both men’s crews medal at IRA National Championships

By Will Horvath | Posted on, 9:36 p.m.

The Yale heavyweight and lightweight crew teams raced this past weekend at the IRA National Championships. The heavyweights won a historic national championship in a nail-biting finish, while the lightweights placed third. Read more


Crew

Both men’s crews medal at IRA National Championships

By Will Horvath | Posted on, 9:36 p.m.

The Yale heavyweight and lightweight crew teams raced this past weekend at the IRA National Championships. The heavyweights won a historic national championship in a nail-biting finish, while the lightweights placed third. Read more


Baseball

Bulldogs stay alive with win over Holy Cross

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 6:59 p.m.

Facing elimination against Holy Cross, the Yale baseball team stepped up to the plate with a 9–5 victory over the Crusaders, winning multiple games in the same NCAA tournament for the first time since 1948. Read more


Baseball

Bulldogs stay alive with win over Holy Cross

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 6:59 p.m.

Facing elimination against Holy Cross, the Yale baseball team stepped up to the plate with a 9–5 victory over the Crusaders, winning multiple games in the same NCAA tournament for the first time since 1948. Read more


Baseball

No. 1 Oregon State trounces Yale in wire-to-wire rout

The Yale baseball team sent a message to its doubters on Friday when it cruised to a 5–1 win over the Big Ten regular-season champion Nebraska in the first round of the Corvallis regional. The Bulldogs’ next opponent, NCAA No. 1 Oregon State, proved why it has virtually no doubters at all. Read more


Baseball

No. 1 Oregon State trounces Yale in wire-to-wire rout

The Yale baseball team sent a message to its doubters on Friday when it cruised to a 5–1 win over the Big Ten regular-season champion Nebraska in the first round of the Corvallis regional. The Bulldogs’ next opponent, NCAA No. 1 Oregon State, proved why it has virtually no doubters at all. Read more


Baseball

Politz goes the distance as Yale upsets Cornhuskers

By Matthew Stock | Posted on, 7:03 p.m.

A set of close losses to top-ranked teams and a dominant Ivy League campaign brought the 2017 Yale baseball team into the NCAA tournament’s Corvallis, Oregon regional with many spectators wondering about the Bulldogs’ true legitimacy on the national stage. The Blue wasted no time in asserting themselves on Friday afternoon. Read more


Baseball

Politz goes the distance as Yale upsets Cornhuskers

By Matthew Stock | Posted on, 7:03 p.m.

A set of close losses to top-ranked teams and a dominant Ivy League campaign brought the 2017 Yale baseball team into the NCAA tournament’s Corvallis, Oregon regional with many spectators wondering about the Bulldogs’ true legitimacy on the national stage. The Blue wasted no time in asserting themselves on Friday afternoon. Read more


Baseball

Scouting the College World Series Corvallis regional

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 11:40 a.m.

As the Yale baseball team prepares to compete in its first NCAA Tournament game in over two decades, here’s a primer on the Bulldogs as well as the three other teams in the Corvallis regional: Oregon State, Nebraska and Holy Cross. The four schools will play a double-elimination tournament for a spot in the super regionals on the line. Read more


Baseball

Scouting the College World Series Corvallis regional

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 11:40 a.m.

As the Yale baseball team prepares to compete in its first NCAA Tournament game in over two decades, here’s a primer on the Bulldogs as well as the three other teams in the Corvallis regional: Oregon State, Nebraska and Holy Cross. The four schools will play a double-elimination tournament for a spot in the super regionals on the line. Read more