Greg Cameron
Staff Reporter
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BASEBALL: Yale sweeps reigning Ivy champ

If there were any doubts about the Yale baseball team’s potential, the Bulldogs quickly put those doubts to bed yesterday with a pair of decisive victories over defending Ivy champion Columbia.


Six days after victory in the quarterfinals of the CIT, the Yale men’s basketball team has another chance to extend its historic season.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Elis take Lehigh and California at home

The Yale women’s lacrosse team had this past weekend off from Ivy League play, but it used two non-league games against California and Lehigh to gain key momentum heading into the latter part of its conference season.

MEN’S LACROSSE: M. lax looks to shake Quakers

The No. 11 Yale men’s lacrosse team will look to build on its momentum when it hosts No. 16 Penn tomorrow afternoon.

BASEBALL: Yale opens Ivy season at Penn

This time last year, the Bulldogs had slumped to a 1–12 record. But a lot has changed in a year.

BASEBALL: Elis strong over break

The weather in New Haven might indicate otherwise, but spring began four days ago. And that means that the Yale baseball team’s season is in full swing.

Baseball: Elis fly south

The Yale baseball team is heading south again, this time to central Florida for its annual Spring Break trip.

TRACK AND FIELD: Dooney ’16 shows in 5k

Yale distance runner Kevin Dooney ’16 ran his way onto the Eli record books on Sunday at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis shine in loss to Harvard

The women’s hockey team was one double-overtime goal away from moving on to the semifinals of the ECAC playoff tournament.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Yale tops Harvard in 2OT

With the playoff win, Yale’s first since 2005, the Elis went up 1–0 in the best-of-three first round ECAC playoff series.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Under ‘Dog victory within reach

Of the eight teams that qualified for the ECAC women’s hockey playoff tournament, Yale could not have picked a better team to play in the first round than the No. 5 Harvard Crimson.