SPRING SPORTS
Field house next to Reese Stadium nears completion

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.

BASEBALL: With Boston College-Miami series complete, Stiegler ’20 and Wanger ’19 keep postseason hopes alive with ACC teams

While Benny Wanger ’19 did not make the trip after undergoing a small operation to remove loose bodies from his elbow, Alex Stiegler ’20 pitched the Eagles to a victory game three on Sunday afternoon despite giving up six runs.

Stiegler pitches to a Miami batter.
WOMEN’S GOLF: Gianchandani and Lee knocked out in match play at four-ball championship, win medalist honors for stroke play

After competing in the stroke play portion of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship on Saturday and Sunday, Yale golfers Ami Gianchandani ’23, Kaitlyn Lee ’24 and Sophie Simon ’25 were knocked out in the first round of match play, which commenced on Monday and ended Wednesday.

Gianchandani tees off on the 15th hole during the first round of match play.
Behind the Venue: Gales Ferry Boathouse and 143 years of intercollegiate rowing

Gales Ferry Boathouse has hosted the Yale heavyweight crew team for 143 years as members prepare for the Yale-Harvard Race, the nation’s oldest intercollegiate sporting event. Since The Race’s transition to the Thames River, Yale has defeated Harvard 54 times.

An illustration of the buildings at Gales Ferry and rowers
Behind the Venue: Speed, light and rebirth at Coxe Cage

Coxe Cage has served as the home of Yale men’s and women's track and field since 1928. The Cage has received two major upgrades since the 1980s, and current athletes spoke to the News about its natural light, banked track and electric atmosphere during meets.

An illustration showing various aspects of Coxe Cage and outlines of the athletes that use it.
WOMEN’S GOLF: Gianchandani and Lee tied for first place after two rounds at U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship

Ami Gianchandani ’23, Kaitlyn Lee ’24 and soon-to-be Bulldog Sophie Simon ’25 made the cut after two rounds at Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas. They continue into the round of 32 on Monday.

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 LACROSSE: Skyler Wilson ’24, the single Bulldog practicing this spring

Not only have the trees outside of Reese Stadium sprouted new leaves with the arrival of spring, the lacrosse field has also been awakened with […]

WOMEN’S CREW: Kristina Wagner ’15 qualifies for Tokyo Olympics

On Thursday morning, former Yale women’s rower Kristina Wagner ’15 finished in first place at U.S. Olympic Trials II with doubles partner Genevra Stone. The […]

Wagner and Stone row together
MEN’S LACROSSE: ONE: Inside the mentality that lifted Yale atop collegiate lacrosse and carried it through a year of separation

During a semester when nearly the entire team is dispersed throughout the country, far from Reese Stadium and Yale’s campus, the Yale men’s lacrosse program’s […]

An illustration of men
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.
BASEBALL: Yale Field renamed Bush Field, according to recruiting guide, new sign

Yale Field, the home of Yale baseball since the early 20th century, has been renamed Bush Field, according to a sign outside the stadium. A […]