Alex Eppler
MEN’S GOLF | Elis fall to Texas A&M

With most of the core players that made the squad the favorite to win the championship last year returning for this season, expectations certainly remain high for the team.

Alers ’14 aims for championship in final season

The News spoke with Alers about the outlook on the Bulldogs’ season, the Senior CLASS award nomination and the team’s goals for the year.

With Kushner gone, golf team aims for strong season

With a new team built around core veterans and a promising freshman class, Yale appears poised to compete down to the final day of competition again this year.

Football broadcasts expand

Beginning on Sept. 21 when the Elis travel to Colgate, Yale football broadcasts will spread past New Haven to much of the state through the newly created Yale Football Radio Network.

McKiernan hopes to lead soccer rebound

Max McKiernan ’14, along with a strong supporting senior class, will attempt to lead the Elis to a rebound from last season’s sixth place Ivy finish.

Standout returns after year away

On Nov. 6, 2010, the Yale football team eked out a 27–24 victory over Brown in Providence. The real story of that game, however, was the Bulldogs’ special team performance.

Last American falls at New Haven Open

Sixth-seeded Sloane Stephens lost to fourth-seeded Caroline Wozniacki after dropping into a 6–4 hole from which she was unable to recover.

HEAVYWEIGHT CREW | Bulldogs enter the home stretch

After losing its opening regatta of the spring season against Brown, the No. 7 men’s heavyweight crew appears to have hit its stride heading into the home stretch of the season.

WOMEN’S GOLF | Yale eyes Ivy Championship

The women’s golf team came out of the gates hot this academic year with a wire-to-wire victory at its fall season opener, the Dartmouth Invitational.

MEN’S GOLF | Elis win second straight

The men’s golf team continued its tear last weekend, capturing the Century Intercollegiate title and winning its second tournament in a row.

TRACK & FIELD | Elis manage PRs at third meet in six days

The Bulldog athletes that stepped on the track at the Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton this weekend were tired