April 18, 2015
Varsity Four Remains Undefeated; Princeton Retains Eisenberg Cup
The Yale women’s crew varsity four remained undefeated on the spring season, but Princeton retained the Eisenberg Cup, edging the Bulldogs by less than two seconds in the varsity eight race on Saturday morning on the Housatonic River. It was Yale’s first home race of the season and perhaps the best conditions the Bulldogs have raced in all season.

April 17, 2015
Sullivan Sets Major Personal Best in Virginia
Junior Brendan Sullivan was the only member of the Yale men’s track and field team to compete at the Virginia Challenge on Friday. He placed third in the pole vault and broke his old personal best with his mark of 5.10m (16’ 8.75”).

April 17, 2015
Success Comes to Middle, Long Distance Runners at Larry Ellis Invite
This weekend is packed with competition for Yale women’s track and field. Overall, members of the team are competing in three separate meets. Two of these meets, the Larry Ellis Invitational and Virginia Challenge, took place today.

April 17, 2015
Yale Masters Harvard 4-3 in Instant Classic
The Yale women's tennis team and its Harvard counterpart produced a classic installment in their storied rivalry on Friday, as the Bulldogs overcame the Crimson 4-3 on the latter's home turf. In a back-and-forth battle between these two talented squads, Yale bounced back from an early deficit to earn yet another signature victory. Freshman Carol Finke provided the heroics by clinching the match in a third-set tiebreaker at No. 6 singles.

April 17, 2015
Garry, McDonnell Compete at Virginia Challenge
Yale athletes competed in two separate states this past Friday. For their part, senior captain Kira Garry and junior Shannon McDonnell faced the steep competition at the Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville, Va.

April 17, 2015
Two Yale Athletes Compete at Princeton
Two runners from the Yale men’s track and field team raced at Princeton’s Larry Ellis Invite on Friday. Senior Jacob Sandry ran the 800-meter run, while junior Alex Conner competed in the 5,000-meter run.

April 17, 2015
Yale Drops Close Match to Rival No. 34 Harvard
Knowing that rival Harvard (17-6, 3-1) would likely come into Friday’s clash with some complacency after sweeping the two teams’ first meeting this past February, the Bulldogs looked to catch the Crimson off guard with their drastic improvement in recent months. Despite the day ending in a 5-2 loss for the Elis, they succeeded in surprising their rival and nearly pulled off the massive upset; in a match that featured three three-set matches, Yale came up just a few games short of topping Ivy League title contender Harvard.

April 17, 2015
Student-Athletes Honored at Annual Banquet
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team, in conjunction with the men’s swimming and diving team, held the annual banquet to honor the Bulldogs and recognize their achievements during the 2014-2015 season. Seniors Elizabeth Larsen and Jacqui Levere, junior Eva Fabian, sophomores Michelle Chintanaphol, Sydney Hirschi and Kina Zhou, and freshmen Pauline Kaminski and Maddy Zimmerman received individual awards named after notable alumni of Yale swimming and diving.

April 17, 2015
Blue-White 1 p.m. Saturday
The 2015 Blue-White game, which marks the end of spring practice, kicks off this Saturday on Yale Bowl's Class of 1954 Field at 1 p.m. Admission to the game is free, but there is a $5 charge for parking..

April 17, 2015
Team Awards Announced At Post Season Banquet
The 2014-15 Yale men’s basketball team gathered in the Kiphuth Trophy Room inside Payne Whitney Gym to celebrate a very successful season on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs won 22 games, including a thrilling victory over defending NCAA champion UConn, and shared the Ivy League championship, Yale’s first since 2001-02. The 22 wins were the most by a Yale team since 1948-49. As part of the festivities, the annual team awards were presented.

April 17, 2015
Four-Game Series At Harvard On Tap
The Yale softball team begins a busy stretch of Ivy League games with a four-game series at Harvard this weekend. The teams play doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday with the first pitch slated for 12:30 p.m. both days. The Ivy League Digital Network has video of all four games.

April 17, 2015
Women’s Track and Field to Compete at Home, Princeton
While a small group of Bulldogs will travel to Princeton, N.J. to compete at the Larry Ellis Invitational, the majority of the team will stay at home to compete at Yale's Cuyler Athletic Complex and Dwyer Track for the first time this season this coming weekend. The Yale Mark Young Invitational attracts local and Ivy League competition alike, including Brown, Dartmouth and New Haven. Yale placed fourth overall last year.

April 17, 2015
Battle Of Top-10 Teams Saturday On Housatonic
Both Yale and Princeton are looking forward to racing at the Gilder Boathouse on Saturday. For the Bulldogs, it is their first home race of the spring season after a grueling month that saw last-minute venue changes, postponements, delays and challenging conditions. The Tigers, on the other hand, have raced at home on Lake Carnegie for three straight weeks so they are eager to test themselves on the road. Throw in the fact that both crews are ranked in the top-10 nationally and it should make for an exciting morning on the Housatonic River. The action kicks off with the second varsity four at 7:40 a.m. The varsity eights will be competing for the Eisenberg Cup at 8:40 a.m.

April 17, 2015
Yale Travels to Harvard for Four-Game Series
In a return to Ivy League action this weekend, the Yale baseball team will be traveling to Cambridge, Mass. for a four-game series with arch-rival and Rolfe Division foe, Harvard, in two doubleheaders to be played on Saturday and Sunday at O’Donnell Field.

April 16, 2015
Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive Adds 761 Potential Life-Savers
Fresh off the news of yet another life-saving donation from a previous drive, the Yale Athletics department hosted its annual Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive Thursday at Commons -- and added 761 more potential life-savers to the Be The Match Registry®. The Bulldogs’ efforts on Thursday will no doubt add to the total number of donor matches for patients with life-threatening illnesses located through the six previous drives. That figure is now at least 29, following the recent donation by senior Peter Ambiel (Los Altos, Calif.) of the men’s soccer team. Yale has now added a total of 5,299 people to the registry.

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