Men’s tennis starts season in Princeton

The men’s tennis team is off to a fresh start this weekend at the Princeton/Farnsworth Invitational in New Jersey. With an arsenal of highly talented freshmen and several key players back on the squad, the Bulldogs are more confident than ever heading into their season opener. “I think this will be a really big season […]

Men’s tennis falls to Brown

The men’s tennis team dropped its last match of the season to Brown, 5-2, April 28 at Yale’s Cullman Courts. The Bulldogs (6-14, 2-5 Ivy) lost all three doubles matches to surrender the doubles point, and proceeded to fall in four of the six singles matches. Matthew Feldman ’06 and Brandon Wai ’07 recorded the […]


Upset-minded m. tennis is set for 22-5 Bears

The men’s tennis team will try to close out its season on a high note as the Elis face Brown at the Cullman Courts this afternoon. The Bulldogs (6-13, 2-4 Ivy), now out of contention for an Ivy League title, will have their hands full with the Bears (22-5, 6-0), who are undefeated in the […]

Men’s tennis can’t get by Crimson

The best cure for a tough loss is a decisive win to follow it. The men’s tennis team beat Dartmouth (8-13, 0-6) 5-2 Sunday, but the victory was bittersweet in the wake of a tough loss to Harvard Saturday that took the Elis (6-13, 2-4 Ivy) out of contention for the Ivy title. “We came […]

Men’s tennis opens Ivy play with split

The men’s tennis team split a pair of a close decisions to open Ivy League play last weekend. The Bulldogs upset No. 61 Penn, 4-3, Friday at the Cullman Courts and played several hard-fought matches against Princeton Saturday before falling to the Tigers, 4-3. Despite losing the doubles point, the Elis (5-10, 1-1 Ivy) won […]

Gobrecht to lead women’s hoops

Chris Gobrecht, a 25-year Division I coaching veteran and a two-time Pacific-10 Conference Coach of the Year, will be the new women’s basketball head coach, the Yale Athletic Department announced at a press conference yesterday. Gobrecht replaces Amy Backus, who stepped down this spring after six years at the helm of the Elis to take […]


Women’s track has strong showing

Intense downpours shortened the Maryland Track Invitational on Saturday, but the women’s track team snuck out a win in one of the three events held and showed significant strength in the other two. Bulldog long-distance runner Anne Martin ’05 took first place in the steeplechase before the rain came down. Although she fell early on […]

W. bball wraps up tough campaign

After the long and difficult journey that has been the 2004-2005 season, the women’s basketball team will soon have to face new obstacles on the path ahead. The Bulldogs (6-21, 3-11 Ivy) ended the painful year on a slightly more positive note during the final weekend of the season. Faced with being tied for sixth […]

W. bball to wrap up tough season

In the final stretch of a long and exhausting season, the women’s basketball team still finds a motivation to make it to the finish line. The Bulldogs (5-20, 2-10 Ivy) will wrap up the 2004-2005 season this weekend on the road as they travel to Cornell (3-22, 1-11) on Friday and then to Columbia (11-14, […]

W. bball drops pair to Ivy’s best

Home court held no advantage for the women’s basketball team this weekend. The Bulldogs (5-20, 2-10 Ivy) struggled against the top two Ivy teams in the league at the John J. Lee Amphitheater, first with a downhill 67-30 loss to Harvard (17-7, 9-2) Friday evening and then dropping a 68-52 decision to Dartmouth (14-9, 10-1) […]

Women’s basketball takes on Ivy League’s top two

Playing the best teams in the league on back-to-back nights is not an easy task, but it will be especially hard for the women’s basketball team this weekend. The Elis (5-18, 2-8 Ivy) host Harvard (15-7, 7-2) and Dartmouth (13-8, 9-0) this Friday and Saturday at the John J. Lee Amphitheater just days after learning […]