Jorge Castillo
Elis to visit West Coast powerhouses

While most Yalies will be spending Thanksgiving break in the cozy confines of their homes, the Yale men’s basketball team will be playing in front […]

M. basketball wins opener, 82-71

Yale men’s basketball coach James Jones was nervous going into his team’s opening game against the Sacred Heart Pioneers. He knew the Pioneers — picked […]

Bound for Beijing: Stu McNay ’05

In high school, Stuart McNay ’05 had one ultimate goal in sailing: to qualify for the Olympics. Fast forward to summer 2008: McNay will be […]

Bulldogs bag two Ivy wins at home

Going into the weekend, the Yale volleyball team knew how crucial its two upcoming Ivy League contests were for its chances of winning the league. […]

Sailors win Navy Invite, falter elsewhere

The weekend brought mixed results for Yale’s sailing teams up and down the East Coast. Bulldog sailors split up and competed in three different regattas […]

Activities Fee reshapes the club sports landscape

Fifty dollars. It won’t make much of dent in Yale’s finances. But multiply that sum ­— the amount of the Student Activities Fee — by […]

Bulldog golfers struggle in season debut

After two days and 270 combined holes of frustration, five members of the Yale men’s golf left blustery Newport, R.I., unhappy with their performances. The […]

Former Tiger chosen to replace lax’s O’Leary

Women’s lacrosse head coach Laura Field has big shoes to fill this year after being chosen to replace Amanda O’Leary, who led Yale to a […]

Soccer doomed by fatigue, frustration

The Yale men’s soccer team was swept on their home turf this weekend after a series of missed opportunities and letdowns. Two days after losing […]