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: Beloved volunteer assistant Ray Guarino leaves Yale baseball for Bridgeport after 12 years

Beloved Yale baseball volunteer assistant coach Ray Guarino is leaving the Bulldogs after 12 years to accept a part-time assistant coach position at the University […]

Ivy League spring-sport competition canceled by Council of Presidents

Early Thursday afternoon, the Ivy League announced that it would not hold a spring sports season this year. In an email sent to Yale’s spring […]

Ivy League rule exception evokes confusion, some hope in Yale athletes

On Thursday, the Ivy League confirmed with the News that graduating senior student-athletes will now be permitted to compete as graduate students at their current […]

Yale enters Phase I as initial quarantine period ends

On Monday, Yale Athletics will enter the newly modified Phase I of the Ivy League’s plan for the resumption of athletic activities as the campus-wide […]

Ivy League to allow current senior athletes to compete next year as graduate students

The Ivy League will extend graduating senior athletes the chance to compete as graduate students at their current schools next year in an exception to […]

In updated Ivy League phasing guidelines, sport-specific activities now allowed in Phase I

As Yale student-athletes await news regarding spring sport competition, the Ivy League and Yale Athletics confirmed with the News that sport-specific activities will now be […]

Major league executives talk Yale experiences, sabermetrics, future of baseball in Zoom panel

What do a classics major, history major, molecular biophysics and biochemistry major and American studies major all have in common? They all became MLB executives […]

Yale Athletics begins spring semester in Phase 0

On Monday, when Yale students start classes for the 2021 spring semester, student-athletes will begin the term with no in-person activities in Phase 0 of […]

BASEBALL: Yale captain writes widely shared open letter urging Ivy League to permit spring competition

In a widely shared open letter to the Ivy League Council of Presidents published Wednesday afternoon, Yale baseball captain and catcher Cal Christofori ’21 emphasized […]

Ivy League update conditions possibility of spring athletic competition on ‘significant changes’ in state of pandemic

With the beginning of Yale’s spring semester two and a half weeks away, the Ivy League released a “status update,” obtained by the News, to […]

AD Chun: Despite millions in lost revenue, Yale Athletics has not discussed cutting varsity teams

Dartmouth and Stanford each discontinued several varsity teams in July due to budget constraints. In an interview with the News, Athletic Director Vicky Chun said Yale has lost revenue from ticket sales, sponsorships and merchandising and its payout from the NCAA.