Men's Basketball

BY THE NUMBERS: Ivy hoops weekend recap

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 3:47 p.m.

Despite just three conference game played, this past weekend of Ivy League men’s basketball added more chaos (and excitement!) in the fourteen-game quest to reach the inaugural Ancient Eight tournament in March. Read more


Men's Basketball

BY THE NUMBERS: Ivy hoops weekend recap

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 3:47 p.m.

Despite just three conference game played, this past weekend of Ivy League men’s basketball added more chaos (and excitement!) in the fourteen-game quest to reach the inaugural Ancient Eight tournament in March. Read more


Men's Basketball

If the Bulldogs were NBA stars

With approach of the Ivy League season for the Yale men’s basketball team and the recent announcement of the National Basketball Association’s All-Star Game starters earlier this week, Down the Field hands out a few comparisons — however generous — between the Bulldogs and the pro ballers. Read more


Men's Basketball

If the Bulldogs were NBA stars

With approach of the Ivy League season for the Yale men’s basketball team and the recent announcement of the National Basketball Association’s All-Star Game starters earlier this week, Down the Field hands out a few comparisons — however generous — between the Bulldogs and the pro ballers. Read more


Women's Swimming & Diving

Yale cracks national rankings

By Nate Repensky | Posted on, 6:19 p.m.

The Yale women’s swimming and diving team earned the No. 24 spot in the latest edition of the College Swim Coaches Association of America national rankings, marking the first time all season the team was selected as one of the nation’s best. Read more


Women's Swimming & Diving

Yale cracks national rankings

By Nate Repensky | Posted on, 6:19 p.m.

The Yale women’s swimming and diving team earned the No. 24 spot in the latest edition of the College Swim Coaches Association of America national rankings, marking the first time all season the team was selected as one of the nation’s best. Read more


Women's Hockey

Bulldogs edge Harvard in chippy contest

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 6:02 p.m.

The Yale women’s hockey team took the ice against Harvard for its annual White Out for Mandi game on Saturday afternoon at Ingalls Rink. Despite being outshot 43–21, the Bulldogs gritted out a 3–2 win over the Crimson to complete a four-point weekend. Read more


Women's Hockey

Bulldogs edge Harvard in chippy contest

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 6:02 p.m.

The Yale women’s hockey team took the ice against Harvard for its annual White Out for Mandi game on Saturday afternoon at Ingalls Rink. Despite being outshot 43–21, the Bulldogs gritted out a 3–2 win over the Crimson to complete a four-point weekend. Read more


Men's Basketball

Elis mount 75–74 comeback victory over Brown

It was a nail-biter late in Providence as the Yale men’s basketball team visited Brown in its third game of the Ivy League season. To avoid falling to the bottom half of the Ancient Eight standings, Yale turned to forward Sam Downey ’17 and guard Miye Oni ’20 late in a dramatic one-point victory. Read more


Men's Basketball

Elis mount 75–74 comeback victory over Brown

It was a nail-biter late in Providence as the Yale men’s basketball team visited Brown in its third game of the Ivy League season. To avoid falling to the bottom half of the Ancient Eight standings, Yale turned to forward Sam Downey ’17 and guard Miye Oni ’20 late in a dramatic one-point victory. Read more


Men's Basketball

Gridiron to gym for Yates

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 10:58 a.m.

Several Yale athletes have played on multiple varsity teams over the last several years. This season, a wide receiver turned spot-up shooter joins their ranks. Read more


Men's Basketball

Gridiron to gym for Yates

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 10:58 a.m.

Several Yale athletes have played on multiple varsity teams over the last several years. This season, a wide receiver turned spot-up shooter joins their ranks. Read more


Men's Swimming & Diving

Elis clinch 1100th program win

By Harry Browne | Posted on, 10:00 p.m.

As most students relished the final days of their breaks, the Yale men’s swimming and diving team splashed its way to history against Penn and Dartmouth. Read more


Men's Swimming & Diving

Elis clinch 1100th program win

By Harry Browne | Posted on, 10:00 p.m.

As most students relished the final days of their breaks, the Yale men’s swimming and diving team splashed its way to history against Penn and Dartmouth. Read more


Women's Hockey

Where was Staenz?

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 9:41 p.m.

As any Yale hockey fan or opponent knows, a key piece of Yale’s team, forward Phoebe Staenz ’17, was noticeably absent during a pair of January games. Instead of donning the Blue and White, the senior traveled abroad to compete with the Swiss National Team at the Nations Cup.

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Women's Hockey

Where was Staenz?

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 9:41 p.m.

As any Yale hockey fan or opponent knows, a key piece of Yale’s team, forward Phoebe Staenz ’17, was noticeably absent during a pair of January games. Instead of donning the Blue and White, the senior traveled abroad to compete with the Swiss National Team at the Nations Cup.

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Men's Basketball

Princeton’s scorching start

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 10:47 a.m.

The Ivy League Preseason Media Poll slated the Princeton men’s basketball team to finish first in the Ancient Eight. After three conference games, it looks like the experts were correct to award 12 of the 17 first place votes to the Tigers. Read more


Men's Basketball

Princeton’s scorching start

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 10:47 a.m.

The Ivy League Preseason Media Poll slated the Princeton men’s basketball team to finish first in the Ancient Eight. After three conference games, it looks like the experts were correct to award 12 of the 17 first place votes to the Tigers. Read more


Men's Hockey

Premier hair matchup to take place at Ingalls

By James Badas | Posted on, 12:29 p.m.

When the Yale men’s ice hockey team takes to the rink Friday evening, the primary focus will be on improving its standing in the ECAC. But in facing the fifth-place Golden Knights from Clarkson, another battle will simultaneously taking place. Read more


Men's Hockey

Premier hair matchup to take place at Ingalls

By James Badas | Posted on, 12:29 p.m.

When the Yale men’s ice hockey team takes to the rink Friday evening, the primary focus will be on improving its standing in the ECAC. But in facing the fifth-place Golden Knights from Clarkson, another battle will simultaneously taking place. Read more


Women's Basketball

Ivy powerhouses throw down

By Steven Rome | Posted on, 9:49 p.m.

The Penn women’s basketball team overcame a five-point halftime deficit to defeat Princeton on the road, 62–57, on Jan. 7 to start its campaign to defend its Ivy League title. Read more


Women's Basketball

Ivy powerhouses throw down

By Steven Rome | Posted on, 9:49 p.m.

The Penn women’s basketball team overcame a five-point halftime deficit to defeat Princeton on the road, 62–57, on Jan. 7 to start its campaign to defend its Ivy League title. Read more




Football

Three Elis honored with weekly awards

By Maya Sweedler | Posted on, 4:23 p.m.

Three members of the Yale football team — quarterback Kurt Rawlings ’20, kicker/punter Alex Galland ’19 and receiver Reed Klubnik ’20 — received recognition from the Ivy League for their performances in the Bulldogs’ win over Harvard on Saturday. Read more


Football

Three Elis honored with weekly awards

By Maya Sweedler | Posted on, 4:23 p.m.

Three members of the Yale football team — quarterback Kurt Rawlings ’20, kicker/punter Alex Galland ’19 and receiver Reed Klubnik ’20 — received recognition from the Ivy League for their performances in the Bulldogs’ win over Harvard on Saturday. Read more




News’ View in Review: We were right

By Matthew Stock | Posted on, 6:16 p.m.

On Friday, Nov. 18, the Yale Daily News sports editors published the following News’ View endorsing the Yale football team in its 133rd matchup with Harvard. One day and a 21–14 final victory later, YDN Sports looks back on what we got right.

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News’ View in Review: We were right

By Matthew Stock | Posted on, 6:16 p.m.

On Friday, Nov. 18, the Yale Daily News sports editors published the following News’ View endorsing the Yale football team in its 133rd matchup with Harvard. One day and a 21–14 final victory later, YDN Sports looks back on what we got right.

Read more


Volleyball

Four Bulldogs honored with All-Ivy awards

By Matthew Stock | Posted on, 6:03 p.m.

Following the Yale volleyball team’s second-place Ivy League finish and its second consecutive undefeated home conference season, four Bulldogs received All-Ivy honors for their season accomplishments. Read more


Volleyball

Four Bulldogs honored with All-Ivy awards

By Matthew Stock | Posted on, 6:03 p.m.

Following the Yale volleyball team’s second-place Ivy League finish and its second consecutive undefeated home conference season, four Bulldogs received All-Ivy honors for their season accomplishments. Read more