W. TENNIS | Elis take New York

The No. 28 Bulldogs (16–3, 4–0 Ivy) ruled the Empire State this weekend by defeating Columbia (12–5, 3–2 Ivy) and Cornell (9–8, 1–4 Ivy). The victories stretched the Elis’ winning streak to six, matching their largest of the season. On Saturday, Yale eased past Columbia 5–2. The Elis secured the four points necessary to win […]

W. TENNIS | Elis take two

No. 27 Yale (14–3, 2–0 Ivy) kicked off its Ivy season with victories over Penn (5–9, 0–3 Ivy) and No. 69 Princeton (8–10, 1–2 Ivy). The twin triumphs stretched the team’s winning streak to four matches. The Tigers proved considerably tougher competition than the Quakers. Before downing Princeton 4-3 on Saturday, the Bulldogs bageled Penn […]

W. TENNIS | No. 27 Elis move into Ivy play

The No. 27 women’s tennis team (12–3, 0–0 Ivy) will finally begin Ivy League play when they face Penn (5­–6, 0–1) today at the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center. Saturday at noon, the Bulldogs will take on the No. 70 Princeton Tigers (8–8, 1–0). Having defeated Quinnipiac and Rutgers last week, Yale enters Ivy League play on […]

W. TENNIS | Elis slay Scarlet Knights

On Friday, the No. 26 Bulldogs (12–3) stroked their way to a 6–1 victory over Rutgers (8–8, 2–2 Big East) and moved to 6–0 at home this season. Coming off the win, the team is expected to move back into the top 25 in the April 3 Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings. Coach Danielle McNamara, recently […]

W. TENNIS | Miami proves too hot for Bulldogs

After taking down Stony Brook and Boston University two weeks ago, the No. 21 Yale women’s tennis team (10–3, 0–0 Ivy) traveled to Miami this weekend and kept rolling against Florida International University (4–12, 0–0 Sun Belt) before the No. 12 Miami (Florida) Hurricanes (10–1, 3–0 ACC) brought the Bulldogs’ three-match winning streak to a […]

W. TENNIS | Elis notch victories before tough road trip

With victories over Stony Brook and Boston University in the past week, the No. 18 women’s tennis team (9-2 overall, 0-0 Ivy) ascended to its highest ranking of the year just in time to face its toughest opponents. Despite incurring their second loss of the season to Syracuse 4-3 on February 26, the Elis have […]

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W. TENNIS | Yale goes 1-1 for weekend

This weekend, the No. 25 women’s tennis team (7-2 overall, 0-0 Ivy) underwent some growing pains. On the heels of an impressive 6-1 win over No. 59 College of William and Mary (2-7 overall, 0-1 CAA) on Saturday, Syracuse (8-4 overall, 3-1 Big East) took down the Bulldogs 4-3 on Sunday. Against the College of […]

W. TENNIS | Elis take ECAC championship

In beating Princeton on Sunday to win the ECAC Indoor Championship for a fourth consecutive year, the No. 25 Yale women’s tennis team (6-1 overall, 0-0 Ivy) continued its torrid start to the spring season. Hosted by Yale at the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center, the tournament featured eight teams from the conference and three days of […]

A ‘Lin’spiring story

Undrafted just a year ago, former Harvard guard Jeremy Lin became an instant legend when he burst onto the NBA scene last week. In his first five career starts, Lin has poured in 136 points, more than any other player in NBA history since the NBA-ABA merger in 1976. But his success was not always […]

M. BASKETBALL | Non-conference uncovered

The men’s basketball team did not spend New Year’s Eve more than 1,000 miles away from New Haven without purpose. On Dec. 31, the team traveled to Gainesville, Fla., to take on No. 7 Florida in a nonconference game. Although the Elis expectedly fell, 90–70, the final score was of little importance. The Bulldogs scheduled […]

M. BASKETBALL | Elis take down defending Ivy champs

The Bulldogs can now count Princeton among their Ivy League victims after defeating the Tigers 58-54 at John J. Lee Amphitheater. With the triumph, Yale moved to 14-5 overall, 5-1 Ivy League. In a game the Bulldogs led for all but 4:40, the conclusion was far from assured. When the Tigers (11-10, 2-3 Ivy) pulled […]

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