Players to Watch

Key Players Based on their past performances and positions they will take on the field Saturday, The following make up the players who will likely determine the outcome of this year’s edition of The Game. Yale: Patrick Witt ’12: After passing up a shot at the Rhodes Scholarship, Witt will lead the Blue and White […]

M. HOCKEY | Outshot Elis end with a win

M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Dartmouth

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CROSS COUNTRY | Elis hope to use experience to improve in 2010

For most sports teams, a new season means scrambling to try and fill the holes that the previous year’s seniors have left behind. But this year is different for the men’s and women’s cross country teams — most of the team’s key athletes have returned this season, and their experience will be much needed for […]

M. SOCCER | New Elis key in 2010

Injuries and inexperience plagued the men’s soccer team last fall as the Bulldogs put up a lackluster 5–9–3 record overall and 2–5 in conference play to finish tied for last place in the Ivy League with Columbia. But this year, the Elis hope to change that, returning key players despite losing five seniors to graduation […]

New swimming coaches named

SWIMMING | Tim Wise and Cristina Teuscher have been named the new head coaches of the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams, respectively. The pair replaces Frank Keefe, who had been coach of both teams since 1978 and retired this year. “The leadership team of Cristina Teuscher and Tim Wise as the new head […]

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Elis to be tested for sickle cell trait

In line with a new NCAA requirement sent to universities on April 13, Yale has begun testing athletes for sickle cell trait, a blood condition that can cause sudden death during strenuous activity. According to an e-mail sent on April 15 to all Yale athletes by Amy Backus, Yale’s senior associate director of compliance, the […]

FOOTBALL | Witt, Elis end spring season

As the football team’s spring season winds down, the Bulldogs are gearing up for their annual Blue-White scrimmage set for Saturday — the 12th and final practice for Yale this spring and the last opportunity for fans and coaches to get a glimpse of next year’s squad on the field before the fall. Sixteen of […]

W. LACROSSE | Greer ’11 balances two sports

Logan Greer ’11, who is currently in season with the women’s lacrosse team, was also recently named captain of the women’s squash team and will enter the 2010-’11 season as the No. 3 ranked women’s player in the College Squash Association. On the lacrosse field, Greer has six goals and 14 ground balls so far […]

Ivy League looks to expand TV coverage

Ivy League sporting events may be coming soon to a television set near you. In an effort to reach out to a wider fan base, Ivy League Executive Director Robin Harris said the league is in talks with multiple national cable and satellite television networks in order to form a comprehensive multi-year agreement with a […]

BASEBALL | Division play begins for Bulldogs

The Bulldogs have rebounded from a 0–4 start in Ivy League competition, winning three of the last four games, but they still sit in third in the conference’s Rolfe Division. The Elis will have a chance to rise in the standings when they travel to Dartmouth for a pair of doubleheaders this weekend. And with […]

Layoffs may strain Payne Whitney

After cutting jobs at Payne Whitney Gymnasium beginning last school year, the Department of Athletics is proposing more layoffs by the end of the academic year, according to four gym employees, who said the move could compromise the building’s security. Athletic attendant Jim Barone, who helps to staff the gym’s front desk, said the Department […]

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