Cristofer Zillo
Staff Reporter
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ZILLO: My final plea

I’ll admit it: I‘ve never really felt like I fit in at Yale. (Yes, this is a Sports column. Please bear with me.)

An illustration of fans cheering outside PWG.
ZILLO: A tower of light

Friday nights and Saturday afternoons are quiet now. I sit at my desk, painfully reminded that at this point in the year, I would have […]

FOOTBALL: Elis begin 2019 crusade against Holy Cross

Bringing back nearly all of its offensive and defensive starters from 2018, the Yale football team — picked to finish first in the Ivy League […]

FOOTBALL: Elis aim high heading into 2019

Coming off of its first outright title in almost 40 years, the 2018 Yale football team was plagued by numerous key injuries. But the 2019 […]

FOOTBALL: Kurt Rawlings ’20 ready to roll after injury

With the Yale football team poised to return to the top of the Ivy League, the program’s star quarterback, who suffered a serious leg injury […]

FOOTBALL: Running backs return full stable

During a turbulent season accentuated by key injuries, the Yale football team’s stable of running backs held together Team 146’s season. A year later, the […]

FOOTBALL: ESPN hosts Ivy Football Media Day

Following an electric 2018 season, where an undefeated No. 11 Princeton squad claimed the conference crown, representatives from all eight Ivy League football programs united […]

Chun eliminates student services position in athletics administrative reorganization

In a continued effort to reorganize Yale’s athletic administration, Director of Athletics Vicky Chun removed the office of Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student Services […]

Miye Oni selected by Golden State, traded to Utah Jazz with 58th pick in 2019 NBA draft

Miye’s made it. After deciding to remain in the 2019 NBA draft following three stellar years with the Bulldogs, guard Miye Oni was taken 58th […]

Marisa Peryer
MEN’S LACROSSE: Yale falls 13–9 to Virginia in National Championship

Looking to capture its second consecutive national championship, the fifth-ranked Yale men’s lacrosse team fell behind early to No. 3 Virginia in the NCAA tournament […]

David Schamis
MEN’S LACROSSE: Against No. 3 Virginia, No. 5 Yale battles for second straight national championship

The No. 5 Yale men’s lacrosse team has not been ranked as the nation’s best team since the preseason, despite its status as the defending […]