Rehan Melwani
Staff Reporter
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Behind the Venue: A history of Gilder Boathouse and the protest behind its concept

“Behind the Venue” is a series of feature-form articles that dives into the history, character and most memorable moments of Yale’s various athletic forums — […]

An illustration of the Gilders and the boathouse that they helped build.
HEAVYWEIGHT CREW: Dan Williamson ’23 to race in Olympic Final Qualification Regatta

There is one last hurdle between Yale oarsman Dan Williamson ’23 and a spot on New Zealand’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic Team: the Olympic Final Qualification […]

A photo of dan williamson rowing
HEAVYWEIGHT CREW: Dan Williamson ’23 trains for New Zealand’s Elite Team, hoping for Olympic call

For most Yalies, the Olympics is a time to watch the world’s most talented athletes compete for their country. For some elite student-athletes, such as […]

SQUASH: For father-son duo Ming and David Tsai, and countless Bulldogs, Dave Talbott was more than a coach

After what he called a “heck of a run,” former Yale squash head coach Dave Talbott announced his retirement last month. He told the News […]

The Game 2021: New Haven means newfound excitement and new business

It’s that time of year already, when the foliage starts to fall, Thanksgiving break is around the corner and the annual Yale-Harvard football game would […]

How Yale students are optimizing their sleep and performance with Whoop

As college students, Yale’s student-athletes often sacrifice precious hours of sleep by either staying up late to study or waking up early to train. To […]

MEN’S SOCCER: Miguel Yuste ’20 takes his talent to Portland, leaving behind an illustrious legacy

Miguel Yuste ’20 played 28 minutes in his first season as a Bulldog due to a torn ACL. Last fall, he started every game as […]

MEN’S SOCCER: Despite no chance to offer a midfield masterclass this fall, Mark Winhoffer ’21 leads team through pandemic

In three short years with the Bulldogs, Yale men’s soccer captain and midfielder Mark Winhoffer ’21 has taken his team to the top of the […]

Despite physical distance, Yale teams remain connected in the pandemic

In spite of the physical disadvantages COVID-19 has posed, Zoom has replaced several in-person events, allowing Bulldogs to stay connected with one another.

GOLF: Teeing off the spring season

With warm weather on the way, the Yale men’s and women’s golf teams are getting ready to tee off the 2020 spring season. Last year, […]
TRACK & FIELD: Bulldogs overcome challenges at HEPS

The Yale men’s and women’s track and field teams battled in Ithaca over the weekend, earning fourth and seventh place finishes in the Ivy League, […]