Behind the Venue: Stories from the sideline at the John J. Lee Amphitheater

“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 — […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Tori Andrew ’21, Ellen Margaret Andrews ’21 reflect on Yale careers during final spring

Despite missing out on their senior season, women’s basketball guards Tori Andrew ’21 and Ellen Margaret Andrews ’21 leave Yale with legacies that speak for […]

Andrew and Andrews play in a game.
Ivy League alums play key roles on four top NCAA Tournament teams

With the round of 64 in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament set to begin on Friday and the women’s tournament kicking off on […]

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale alum Jordan Bruner ’20 helped Alabama to No. 2 seed in NCAA Tournament

When former Yale men’s basketball forward Jordan Bruner ’20 announced that he would be heading to the University of Alabama (24–6, 16–2 SEC) as a […]

BASKETBALL: Harvard to host 2022 Ivy Madness, Princeton to follow in 2023 in delayed rotation

After a two-year hiatus, the Ivy League’s men’s and women’s conference basketball tournaments, known as Ivy Madness, are set to resume next year at Harvard’s […]

MEN’S BASKETBALL: James Jones helps lead Team USA to wins over Bahamas, Mexico

Yale men’s basketball head coach James Jones was back on the hardwood last weekend — not for the Blue and White, but as an assistant […]

MEN’S BASKETBALL: James Jones, Paul Atkinson ’21 to represent Team USA at FIBA AmeriCup qualifiers this month

After a nearly year-long hiatus, some Bulldogs are getting ready to make their return to the basketball court. A search for them at the John […]

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Paul Atkinson ’21 chooses Notre Dame as grad transfer destination

Paul Atkinson ’21 will be taking his talents to South Bend and joining the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as a graduate transfer next year. The […]

With no Ivy League team in March Madness this spring, conference could lose out on more than $1.5 million over six years

Representatives from the NCAA and Yale told the News that the policies around 2021 NCAA Tournament unit distribution, which benefits Division I conferences and their member institutions, remain undecided. Money might not be guaranteed for conferences that do not compete.

Meet Eric Scholl, the voice behind Yale basketball

Eric Scholl is the lead public address announcer for Yale women’s and men’s basketball. Since his first announcing season at Yale during the 2018-19 season, […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Camilla Emsbo ’23 contributing to Danish national team on leave of absence

Last summer, with the now-canceled Ivy League winter season still up in the air, Yale women’s basketball forward Camilla Emsbo ’23 was faced with two […]