Three Yale crews are across the pond and set to compete in the Henley Women’s Regatta starting on Friday on the Thames River in Henley-on-Thames, England. The Bulldogs have two entries in the Championship 8 and one in the Coxless Four.
The Yale men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will welcome a new assistant coach in the fall. Molly Chamberlain will join a staff led by Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women's Swimming and Diving Jim Henry and Diving Coach Chris Bergere.
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2018-19 Academic All-Ivy honors in its spring sports today, and 10 Bulldogs were recognized. The 80 men and women honored from the eight league schools were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and five women from its eligible student-athletes.
Brandon Sherrod ’16, who earned first team All-Ivy recognition for the Bulldogs in 2016, will continue his professional career in Italy. He recently signed a one-year contract to return to Roseto in Italy’s Serie A2 League for the 2018-2019 season. Slan Sports Management made the announcement.
Sophie Deans, Kate Horvat and Lily Lindsay each shined on the water and in the classroom during their very successful time at Yale. Now they will continue their academic and rowing careers at another very prestigious university. The three will attend Cambridge in England starting in the fall where they will also be members of the rowing team.
By a vote of his teammates, Angus Morrison '19 has the honor to be the next captain for the Yale Heavyweights. After winning back to back national championships and four straight Eastern Sprints titles, while going unbeaten against Harvard for 4 years, Morrison now leads the country's most prolific program.
The 2017-18 season marked the first joint season of the Yale men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams under the direction of Jim Henry, the Robert J. H. Kiphuth Coach of Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving.
Eight home games, including two against state rivals, highlight the 2018 Yale women’s soccer schedule. In addition, there are three first-time opponents among the 17 games. The Bulldogs kickoff the season with a trip to Washington DC for games against Howard on Aug. 24 and Georgetown on Aug. 26.
The national champion Yale Heavyweight Crew put an exclamation point on a perfect season by beating its archrival today in the oldest intercollegiate athletic competition. The Bulldogs, who never trailed in nation’s longest race, a 4-miler on the Thames River, beat Harvard by 3 boat lengths to capture the Yale-Harvard Regatta.
Yale not only won its first NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Championship this spring, the Bulldogs also took national classroom honors. The USILA came out with its list of scholar All-Americans today, and the Elis had the most with five.
Yale’s fourth varsity captured the Snider Cup this evening on the Thames River when it finished a length ahead of Harvard in the 2-mile race to Bartlett’s Cove. This event officially kicked off the 153rd edition of the Yale-Harvard Regatta.
Jaeden Graham went from three collegiate seasons trying to find a role to All-Ivy League tight end in 2017, while helping the Yale Football Team win a championship. Now he is trying to secure a role in the National Football League.
A visit to Reese Stadium from national power Michigan State highlights a challenging 2018 schedule for the Yale men’s soccer team. The Bulldogs host the Spartans, who advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament a year ago, on Sept. 14, one of eight home games for Yale. In all, the Bulldogs will play 17 games, starting with a home game against Niagara on Aug. 31.
Junior infielder Simon Whiteman (Trumbull, Conn.) of the Yale baseball team has been named First Team Academic All-America. The honor was announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Thursday.
Five incoming first years will join the Yale field hockey roster for the 2018 season, which starts Sept. 3. The group comes from five different high schools and three different U.S. states/Canadian provinces. It includes two forward/midfielders, two midfielders and one back/midfielder.
The Bulldogs ended 11 years of Western dominance at the IRA by capturing the national title last year in California. The Yale Heavyweight Varsity Eight made it two straight national championships by capturing today’s grand final at the 2018 Intercollegiate Rowing Association Regatta.
The Yale men’s swimming and diving team has finalized the schedule for its 121st season. This will be the Bulldogs’ second season with Jim Henry, the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s Swimming Diving, and associate head coach Kyle Schack. Head diving coach Chris Bergère and assistant coach Kevin Norman will be returning alongside Henry and Schack.
Yale will be a part of a big day of college basketball in South Florida in December. The Bulldogs meet the University of Miami in the fourth annual Hoophall Miami Invitational presented by Citi on Dec. 1 at the AmericanAirlines Arena, the home of the Miami Heat.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Yale men’s track and field team recently convened for their annual banquet, at which they elected their captain for the 2019 season. After all the votes were counted, outgoing senior captain Paedyn Gomes announced the results to the team: Gregory Campbell Jr., class of 2019, was selected as captain of the upcoming 2019 season.