Jordan Davidsen
Staff Reporter
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MEN’S HOCKEY: Matt Foley ’20 continues pro stint with Penguins’ ECHL affiliate

The Wheeling Nailers (3–8), ECHL affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins, signed forward Matt Foley ’20 on Nov. 22. After a series of cuts, Foley has […]

Michaela Markels ’24 prioritizes personal growth over productivity on leave in South Korea

With the world in the midst of a pandemic that has completely reformed the way we live, the very fabric of the Yale experience has […]

Intramurals return after 10-day hiatus

After a 10-day hiatus, Yale intramurals have resumed and will be played until the end of this week, intramural secretaries confirmed with the News. The […]

IM Spikeball finals postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19 cluster

Last Friday, members of the Branford spikeball team arrived at the Morse-Stiles Crescent for their 4 p.m. championship match against Morse College — only to […]

IMs set to resume after 13-day pause

On Oct. 25, Head Intramural Sports Secretary Rachel Cohen ’21 announced in an email to IM secretaries that intramural sports would resume starting Oct. 26. […]

COVID-19 cluster puts IMs on pause as playoffs begin

After six members of the men’s hockey team tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, Yale Athletics regressed to Phase 0 of the Ivy League’s […]

Yale dining unearths new potato harvest at local farm

On Oct. 9, members of Yale Hospitality took a field trip to Cecarelli Farms in Northford for a unique culinary experience. Trading in aprons for […]

What might Yale’s spring academic calendar mean for athletics? Three coaches weigh in

On Oct. 6, Yale announced its plans and academic calendar for the spring semester of the 2020-21 school year — but didn’t mention athletic programs. The […]

Serving from six feet: Checking in with Yale club spikeball

The 2019 Spikeball Fall Sectionals were coming to a close, and the big matchup had arrived: UConn vs. Yale, two Connecticut powerhouses competing to advance […]

FOOTBALL: Redesigning Yale football during a pandemic

While the Yale football team won’t be preparing to take on Lehigh this upcoming weekend, the Bulldogs can look forward to safe, productive practice sessions that will hopefully pay dividends whenever sports are able to make a return.