Jacob Mitchell
Staff Reporter
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TENNIS: Bulldogs split Princeton, Penn

In their first taste of Ivy League action in 2015, the Yale men’s and women’s tennis teams squared off against Penn and Princeton. Though both squads opened their weekends with wins over the Quakers, losses to the Tigers spoiled both teams’ chances at consecutive victories.

SOFTBALL: After delays, softball plays four

The Yale softball team will take on Quakers and Lions this weekend in two home doubleheaders against Penn and Columbia.

BASEBALL: From the mound to hitting stardom

This year, the Yale baseball team has found success thanks largely to its offense, which boasts four players hitting above 0.300 and two players crossing the 0.400 threshold, a mark that has not been topped in Major League Baseball since Ted Williams in 1941.

MEN’S TENNIS: Bulldogs drop tight match to St. John’s

The Yale men’s tennis team dropped a 4–3 decision to St. John’s University in an away match at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Sunday, March 29.

TENNIS: Bulldogs go 4–2 in spring break sprint

The Yale men’s tennis team played six matches over spring break, notching four wins and two losses.

TENNIS: Yale travels for upcoming tests

Rest and relaxation are not on the agenda for the Yale men’s and women’s tennis teams over spring break.

MEN’S TENNIS: Young, talented tennis trio leads Yale

In Division I tennis, it is rare for three freshmen to play starting roles on a team. But this year’s Bulldog men’s tennis squad is an exception.

MEN’S TENNIS: Yale falls to Crimson in ECAC quarterfinal

After defeating No. 61 George Washington 4–1 in the opening round of the 2015 ECAC Championship last Friday, the Yale men’s tennis team was blanked 4-0 by Harvard the following day in the quarterfinals.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Competitor, leader, point guard

Within the past five games, Yale point guard Javier Duren ’15 knocked down a game-clinching fadeaway jump shot against Brown, posted a double-double against Cornell and eclipsed the 1,000-point career scoring mark against Harvard.

TENNIS: Yale men’s team splits weekend

The Yale men’s tennis team took to the courts over the weekend, playing back-to-back matches on Saturday and Sunday against Fairfield and Iowa. But after a win over the Stags largely thanks to the doubles pairs’ performances, the Elis fell to the Hawkeyes 5–2.