The longest-tenured coach in NCAA gymnastics, Tonry guided the Yale women’s gymnastics program since its inception in 1973, capturing 16 Ivy League titles along the way.
Yale announced Leong, a former Bulldog associate and interim head coach, as the next director of squash on Friday. She replaces longtime leader Dave Talbott, who retired at the end of January.
Yale’s Director of Athletics Vicky Chun, who began her tenure in the summer of 2018, signed a contract extension through June 2026, the athletic department announced Tuesday afternoon.
Originally built on the site of an apple orchard with only a handful of bleachers, Bush Field has since risen from its humble beginnings and evolved into a collegiate baseball cathedral, having played host to some of the sports’ most renowned stars in years past.
Originally constructed in 1967 as the Yale Sailing Center, the McNay Family Sailing Center was renovated in 2002 and renamed in 2006. Since then, the state-of-the-art facility has nurtured generations of accomplished Yale sailors, including world champions and Olympic medalists.
May 6, 2021
Workers are busy putting the final touches on a new field house earmarked for Yale’s soccer and lacrosse programs. The 34,800-square-foot facility includes athletic medicine and sports performance space, a team center, locker rooms and offices.
As a resident fellow, Handsome Dan XIX handler Kassandra Haro ’18 will live in Silliman along with her puppy, Kingman.
Despite low player turnout this spring, intramurals culminated successfully on Tuesday with the final round of knockout. After finishing the fall season with a 83-point lead and the spring season with a 95-point lead over Saybrook College, Timothy Dwight College won the 2020-2021 Tyng Cup, six years after their last victory.
I’ll admit it: I‘ve never really felt like I fit in at Yale. (Yes, this is a Sports column. Please bear with me.)
May 5, 2021
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