Matt Eisen
Title defense begins in D.C.

Ancient Eight football will have seven chances this weekend to prove conference dominance over the Patriot League and maintain a stronghold on FCS (Division I-AA) […]

Poll: Yale top Ivy

It’s not exactly the Curse of the Bambino, but there is an inauspicious trend surfacing in Ivy League football, and it seems this year the […]

Ugly 2007 campaign ends with win in R.I.

The old saying goes, “a bad beginning makes a bad ending.” Yale baseball started its Ivy League season by dropping five of six and finished […]

Elis put up 13 in Boston

Note from the desk of Marc Sawyer ’07 and Ryan Lavarnway ’09: Don’t make Yale batters angry. Harvard’s Game Two starting pitcher, Adam Cole, got […]

Baseball goes 3-1 vs. Big Green

The old baseball saying goes, “Momentum is only as good as the next day’s pitcher.” If the Bulldog pitchers throw as well in Boston on […]

Big Green hit Yale Field for four

With the baseball season rapidly coming to a close, there aren’t many options for the Big Green and the Bulldogs: either win the series this […]

Crimson sends baseball home empty-handed

The weather again kept the Yale baseball team from getting in four games this weekend, though judging by Saturday’s results, the Bulldogs were probably happy […]

Elis kick off Rolfe action

Apparently, the Yale baseball team likes to keep its fans in suspense. On Tuesday, with the game tied 4-4 in the bottom of the last […]

Wild pitch tops off home sweep

Just before five o’clock Monday afternoon, in what was supposed to be an off day for the baseball Bulldogs, a wild pitch went sailing to […]

Elis take a cue from Elm City, refuse to warm up

The sun finally snuck through the overcast sky Saturday afternoon at Yale Field, but the thermometer wouldn’t budge. In the cold temperatures and brisk winds, […]

Quakers await in on-deck circle

The Yale baseball team has been able to count on two things at every game this season — the playing of the National Anthem and […]