Josh Lotstein
The impossible Killer P’s await

Last Saturday’s devastating loss to Harvard reduced Yale’s chances of winning the Ivy League from slim to none. Make that almost none. With half of […]

Men’s bball cheers for Penn, for now at least

The University of Pennsylvania’s men’s basketball team has a few new fans. When Yale travels to Dartmouth and Harvard for a pair of road games […]

Quietly, Minoff leads men’s bball

Friday, it was Casey Hughes ’07. Saturday, it was Alex Gamboa ’05. The story of the weekend, however, was Matt Minoff ’04. Yale has won […]

Sibling rivalry takes over bball sidelines

There is a lot riding on this weekend for the men’s basketball team. For one thing, it is a chance to get to .500 in […]

Intense games fuel hopes

The Bulldogs needed a win this weekend. They got it. And much more. After starting the Ivy League season 0-2, Yale (6-11, 1-3 Ivy) found […]

Men’s hoops lack spark

In just a week, the men’s basketball team’s primary concern shrank from winning the Ivy League title to winning an Ivy League game. The Bulldogs […]

Elis look for redemption

Last Friday’s 85-75 overtime loss to Brown was a case of shoulda, woulda, coulda for the men’s basketball team. The Bulldogs should have won. They […]

KC Wizards draft Jay Alberts ’04

Although Jay Alberts ’04 has seen the last of his playing days at Yale, he is not about to hang up his shinguards and cleats […]

Veteran Elis need to mature

With a roster replete with upperclassmen, and a starting lineup including three juniors and two seniors, the Yale men’s basketball team is on the older […]

Elis finally return home

For the members of the men’s basketball team, coming home meant waiting nearly two weeks longer than everybody else. After playing the first four games […]

M. bball falls to Wake Forest

Among the thousands who tuned in to ESPN2 Nov. 17 to see the opening round of the preseason-NIT was Wake Forest guard Justin Gray. He […]