SOFTBALL: Yale Looks Ahead to 2022

The Yale softball team will not be losing any players this spring with the graduating class of 2021. The original senior class consisted of catcher […]

RHODES: The Moments that Last

Harvard equalized with 6.2 seconds left. After a quick inbound, Roxy Barahman ’20 shot forward. With two seconds remaining and facing a double team, Barahman […]

TENNIS: Yale Continues Leadership Without Competition

After a year of remote or distanced events without any competition, the Yale Tennis community is preparing for a full return in the fall.  During […]

GOLF: Bulldogs ready to tee off as Yale Athletics puts together a proposal for restoration of Yale’s historic course

Riding high after strong starts in the fall of 2019, Yale men’s and women’s golf teams entered the 2020 spring season with a hunger for […]

Ami Gianchandani, left, fist bumps her partner Kaitlyn Lee on the 18th hole during the first round of stroke play at the 2021 U.S. Women
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY: A return to the Whale and tournament ambitions

As the new academic year approaches and students anticipate the opening of Old Campus’ gates to incoming first years, the Whale waits patiently to be […]

IMs adapt to a socially distanced semester and TD wins the Tyng Cup

As a result of public health restrictions, intramurals adapted to Yale’s COVID-19 safety precautions. Despite the regulations, the intramural season successfully concluded with Timothy Dwight […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prepared to build on historic 2019 season

This fall, the Yale women’s soccer team will return to campus, eager to compete after missing the fall 2020 season.  With head coach Sarah Martinez […]

Handsome Dan XIX: the pup, the mascot, the legend

Yale introduced Handsome Dan XIX to the community on March 18.  The white and brindle Olde English Bulldogge puppy is the face of Yale, at […]