Eugenio Garza García
Staff Reporter
Eugenio Garza García covers baseball, golf and athletic phasing. Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, he is a sophomore in Branford College majoring in Economics and English.
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BASEBALL: Ahead of final season, Stuper reflects on his baseball journey and 30 years at Yale

In an interview with the News, the winningest coach in Yale baseball history recounted his time in the MLB and his road from community college coach to the Ivy League.

Yale Athletics’ winter break schedule — broken down

While most students spend winter recess off campus, many Yale varsity teams will ring in the new year with matches scheduled during the holiday season.

Yale hires Gil Hanse for restoration design of Yale Golf Course

After months of deliberation, Yale’s athletic department has officially announced plans to hire world-class golf architect Gil Hanse for the restoration of its historic golf course.

A pin flag wave in the wind at YGC.
WOMEN’S GOLF: Yale wins BC Invite; first tournament since March 2020

Ami Gianchandani ’23 took first place at the Boston College Invitational on Tuesday while rookie Alexis Kim ’25 finished tied for second.

MEN’S GOLF: Yale places fourth at The Doc Gimmler tournament

After ending Saturday’s first round of play at The Doc Gimmler in first place, the Bulldogs lost ground, finishing their second tournament of the school year in fourth.

MEN’S GOLF: Hot off tournament win, Yale looks for another at Doc Gimmler

The Bulldogs are looking to build on their win at the Colgate-hosted Lagowitz Memorial last weekend as they travel to play their second event of the season: The Doc Gimmler hosted by St. John’s.

MEN’S GOLF: Yale dominates Lagowitz Memorial, its first tournament in 23 months

After not playing an official competition in 23 months, the Yale men’s golf team secured a win in its first tournament back, finishing with a 15-stroke lead as the only team under par.

The Yale men
FENCING: Haibin Wang out as Yale fencing head coach

Two years after his promotion to the helm of the Yale fencing program, Haibin Wang is no longer head coach after a decision made by the University.

BASEBALL: After fifth-round MLB draft selection, former Yale pitcher Rohan Handa starts career with Giants

Despite not playing with the Bulldogs since the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the 2020 baseball season, former Yale left-handed pitcher Rohan Handa was selected with pick 146 in the 2021 MLB Draft.

Yale Athletic Director Vicky Chun’s contract extended for five more years

Yale’s Director of Athletics Vicky Chun, who began her tenure in the summer of 2018, signed a contract extension through June 2026, the athletic department announced Tuesday afternoon.

Proposal in the works for a Yale Golf Course restoration

Yale Golf Course General Manager Peter Palacios said that plans for a restoration of the 1920s Golden Age course are being drawn up. If approved and funded, the restoration would close the course for approximately 22 to 24 months.