Ten Yale student-athletes were honored today, as the Ivy League released its list of those selected for Academic All-Ivy recognition in winter sports. Eligible student-athletes include all starters or key reserves on officially recognized varsity teams that have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Both Aaron Fuchs and Hywel Robinson fell in the round of 16 in the Pool Division of the CSA Men's Individual Championships late Friday. In the Molloy Division, Christopher Plimpton bested fellow Bulldog Robert Berner on Saturday night to advance to the tournament semifinals.
The No. 2 Yale Bulldogs will host the No. 5 Harvard Crimson this Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Brady Squash Center, where a Bulldog victory would clinch sole possession of the Ivy League title for the Yale squad. For fans unable to attend the match this weekend, a live audio and video stream featuring the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 players will be available via Yale All-Access at yalebulldogs.com.
Yalebulldogs.com will offer live online video streams from the main courts for the squash matches this Saturday, when the Yale men's and women's teams host Harvard. The No. 2 Yale men's team can clinch the Ivy League title with a win over No. 5 Harvard. The No. 5 Yale women's team will try to hand No. 1 Harvard its first loss of the season.
The No. 2 Bulldogs will attempt to get back in the win column following Wednesday night's loss to Trinity on Saturday, when the team travels to Annapolis to face the No. 14 Midshipmen of the Naval Academy at 11 a.m.
Yalebulldogs.com will offer live online video streams from the main courts for the squash matches this Wednesday, when the Yale mens and womens teams host Trinity. The Trinity mens team and the Yale mens team are both undefeated, with Trinity ranked No. 1 in the country and Yale having already knocked off then-No. 2 Rochester Jan. 10. The Trinity women are undefeated, while the Yale women have lost just once.
The undefeated Yale men's squash team will attempt to end the longest winning streak in the history of collegiate varsity sports Wednesday at 6 p.m. when the Trinity Bantams visit the Brady Squash Center.
The No. 4 Yale mens squash team turned in a convincing 9-0 victory against No. 12 Bates on Friday night in the first of the teams three weekend matches at the Yale Round Robin at the Brady Squash Center.