Julia Yao
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs hungry for a win

After weathering three straight losses over Thanksgiving break, the Yale women’s basketball team is ready to make a comeback in its next home game against Monmouth.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs ready to rebound

During Thanksgiving break, the Yale women’s basketball team traveled to the West Coast and competed against three non-conference teams: Washington, Alaska Anchorage and Boise State. The Bulldogs fell in all three matches.

FOOTBALL: A promising leader in Oluokun

Yale’s defense is one of the youngest squads in the Ancient Eight. Still, it has persevered game after game and kept the Bulldogs in the running for the Ivy League championship, delivering one of the Bulldogs’ best seasons in recent memory.

FOOTBALL: Yale’s “hardest hitter” on the rise

The Yale football team has enjoyed success this year largely due to its prolific offense, which ranks first in the Football Championship Subdivision in total yards per game and fourth in points per game.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs to face second best in Big East

On Nov. 15, the Yale women’s basketball team will play St. John’s at home — the first of 28 games in its 2014–15 season.

Halejian hopes for Ivy title

The only senior on the team, Sarah Halejian ’15 was named captain for the 2014–15 season and the 37th captain in program history. She was named to the All-Ivy League First Team the past two seasons and 2011–12 Ivy League Rookie of the Year following her freshman campaign.

WOMEN’S GOLF: Yale women win final fall tourney

This past weekend at the Princeton Invitational, the Yale women’s golf team placed first overall, led by a stellar performance from captain Marika Liu ’15, who earned first place individually after a round of even par on the last day of the tournament.

MEN’S GOLF: Yale falls to Crimson in final Fall tourney

Despite a resilient comeback following a 0–4 loss in the morning, the team lost to Harvard by a narrow 6.5–5.5.

SAILING: Elis sail to success in New York

The Yale coed sailing team had a successful weekend.

MEN’S SOCCER: Lachenbruch ’15 aims to improve record

The Yale men’s soccer team has had a tough start to its season. The Elis (0–7–2, 0–1–0 Ivy) fell to Harvard (6–3–0, 1–0–0) last Saturday in their Ivy League opener.

FOOTBALL: For Yale, Scott a solid backup

Head coach Tony Reno recently announced that quarterback Morgan Roberts ’16 will replace Hank Furman ’14 as Yale’s starting signal caller, but added that the Bulldogs have a reliable backup in fellow quarterback Logan Scott ’16.