Jason Oraker
Riders compete in zone regionals

Marked by strong individual performances in the final three shows, the Yale equestrian team closed a successful 2002-03 season with momentum that it hopes to […]

Women’s crew surges toward final regatta

With one regatta left in the regular season, the Yale women’s crew team is coming on strong. Bulldog women rowers will take to the waters […]

Lightweights prep for H-Y-Ps

Every boat on the nationally ranked No. 5 lightweight crew team has something extra to race for Saturday: the inaugural Vogel Cup. This year’s HYP […]

Columbia ends lightweight’s 10-year reign

On a weekend designed for celebration, the women’s crew team did not disappoint. Before a large group of alums, assembled for the 30th anniversary of […]

Lightweight crew dominates Navy

After sneaking past Navy by just .41 seconds to win the national title last spring, the lightweight crew team expanded the gap between the Elis […]

M. swimming earns third place at EISLs

The men’s swimming team completed its season with a strong third-place finish at the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League Championship at the Nassau County Aquatics Center […]

M. swimming seeks third place

After 13 dual meets and hundreds of hours of intense workouts, the men’s swimming team’s season boils down to the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League Championship […]

Women’s swimming takes fourth at Ivy meet

The women’s swimming and diving team concluded its season over the weekend with a strong fourth place finish at the Ivy League Championship meet at […]

W. swimming hoping to finish in top three at Ivies

For the Yale women’s swimming and diving team (8-4), hundreds of hours of training over the last six months — both in and out of […]

Equestrian wins hometown show

The equestrian club team kicked off its spring season Sunday, hosting and winning its annual show at the Westbrook Hunt Club in Westbrook. “We did […]

Elis’ Veazey: Freestyle, Beta, Red Sox fan

At the urging of his parents, after their friends’ daughter drowned in a pool, Jimmy Veazey ’04 learned how to swim when he was just […]