Brittany Golob
M. SQUASH | Trinity does it again

To conclude its unprecedented 224th consecutive win, the No. 1 Trinity squash team was crowned with its 12th straight national title — which came at […]

Golob: Olympics matter to many

A year and a half ago, Michael Phelps became an international superstar, drawing the attention of the nation and anyone who watched the Summer Olympics […]

M. TENNIS | Ivy rivals sweep Bulldogs

While people on campus were pairing up to take part in Valentine’s Day festivities over the weekend, the men’s tennis team participated in a pair […]

Vancouver welcomes Yalies

Two weeks ago, Vancouver-area natives Jeff Anderson ’11, Brendan Mason ’11, and their men’s hockey teammates made a pit stop in Lake Placid, N.Y., en […]

W. HOCKEY | Two more wins for Bulldogs

The women’s hockey team has won five of its last six games, with the latest two victories coming during an exciting home-and-home series against Brown […]

M. HOCKEY | Stopped in their tracks

BOSTON — Just a day after rising to No. 5 in both Division I national polls, the men’s hockey team found out just how tough […]

Some teams miss out on Game

It’s simply called The Game for a reason. It’s the most important athletic event of the year for many Yalies, even in years when the […]

M. SOCCER | Soccer seasons come and go

As autumn turns to winter, and the leaves fall off New Haven’s elm trees, another soccer season will fade into the history books. Just like […]

M. SOCCER: Elis win a wild one

With 13 seconds left on the clock, the men’s soccer team scored a goal that made Saturday night’s game one to be remembered. Yale (4-5-3, […]

Men’s soccer | Transition troubles

Yale’s offensive left its own defense on its heels for 90 minutes in the men’s soccer team’s 1-0 loss at Harvard on Saturday. “They’re a […]

Women’s Soccer | Tough scheduling and Ivy League aspirations

QYou just won your second Ivy League Player of the Week award. How does that feel? AI was definitely honored by the award, but I […]