Facing tough competition, the Yale men’s tennis team battled hard, falling to No. 47 Cornell 4-2 in a tight home match at the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center. Despite the strength of Cornell’s roster and its success this season, the Bulldogs played well, keeping the match close throughout. After a strong start, they unfortunately lost some steam, however, with Cornell gaining momentum during singles play.
In its one race of the spring at Gilder Boathouse, the Yale women’s crew put on quite a show for the home fans. The Bulldogs cruised to five easy victories to sweep Radcliffe-Harvard and Northeastern on a breezy but crystal-clear morning on the Housatonic River.
Yale’s seniors were honored prior to Saturday’s first game against Brown. They then went out and led the Bulldogs to an impressive 5-0 victory over the Bears on crystal clear afternoon at 5K Corral Field at DeWitt Family Stadium. Francesca Casalino tossed a four-hit shutout, Allison Skinner scored a run and knocked in another and Sydney Ginsberg had a clutch, two-run single in the win.
JACKSON, N.J.— During day two of the Ivy League Championship, the Yale women's golf team sits in 5th place with a round two score of 324 (+36) and a tournament score of 643 (+67). Jennifer Peng continues to lead for the Bulldogs with a second round score of 73 (+1). She currently sits tied for third place.
Another double-digit save effort from senior goalkeeper Sydney Marks was not enough for the Yale women’s lacrosse team Saturday afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field, as No. 23 Dartmouth kept itself in the running for a piece of the Ivy League Championship with a 17-4 win over the Bulldogs.
With one round left to play at the 2018 Ivy League Championship, the Yale men's golf team is locked in a tie for first with Harvard as both teams are at 38-over following a two-day score of 598 at Stonewall Golf Course. Brown's Kevin Li leads all players with his 5-over, 145 after Friday and Saturday but the Bulldogs' senior captain Will Bernstein is just three shots off the lead and in a tie for third while junior Eoin Leonard and first-year Teddy Zinsner are at 10-over and tied for fifth overall while Junior James Nicholas is at 11-over.
The defending Ivy League Champions Yale Football Team plays its Blue-White Game today at 1 p.m. on the Class of 1954 Field at Yale Bowl. There will be a championship ring presentation for the team following the game.
After the first round of play at the 2018 Ivy League Championship, the Yale men's golf team holds a one stroke lead following a 20-over, 300 round on Friday at Stonewall Golf Course. Four Bulldogs finished tenth or higher in the event's opening round including senior captain Will Bernstein who is tied for second at 3-over and junior Eoin Leonard who is tied for seventh at 5-over.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The Yale men’s track and field team will travel to three separate meets this weekend in search of high caliber competition, with Ivy Heps quickly approaching. The bulk of the Bulldogs’ sprinters will be at the War Eagle Invitational, hosted by Auburn in Auburn, Ala. The majority of the distance runners will be taking on a large field of schools at the Virginia Challenge, hosted by Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. The remainder of the Elis will be traveling north for the Jay Carisella Coaches Invitational, hosted by Northeastern in Dedham, Mass.
With 51 life-saving marrow donations through its first nine years, the Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive at Yale had given people plenty of reasons to celebrate heading into the 10th annual drive Thursday. This year’s edition was another success, as the Bulldogs added 464 more potential donors to the Be The Match Registry®.
JACKSON, N.J.— On day one of the Ivy League Championship, the Yale women's golf team sits in 5th place with a round one score of 319 (+31). Leading for the Bulldogs is senior Jennifer Peng, tied for 4th place with a score of 77(+5).
A pair of teams looking to secure NCAA Tournament first-round home games square off at Reese Stadium in the most anticipated game on the 2018 Yale men’s lacrosse schedule. The No. 5 Bulldogs (10-2) take on No. 2 Albany (10-1) on Sunday at 1 p.m. in a game airing live on ESPN3 with a broadcast on ESPNU at 6 p.m.
The regular season is winding down, but the Yale women’s crew finally gets to race at Gilder Boathouse. The Bulldogs host Radcliffe-Harvard and Northeastern on Saturday starting at 9 a.m. The Yale and Radcliffe varsity eights are racing for the Nathaniel Case Cup. Video of all the races is available from the Ivy League Network.
It should be a special weekend at 5K Corral Field at DeWitt Family Stadium when Brown visits for a three-game series. On Saturday, Yale’s four seniors will be honored prior to the first pitch of the doubleheader, which begins at 12:30 p.m. Francesca Casalino, Sydney Ginsberg, Allison Skinner and Maddie Wuelfing have all made outstanding contributions over the last four years. The Bulldogs also will welcome back a number of former players as part of the Alumni Day festivities. The series concludes with a single game on Sunday, also a 12:30 p.m. start. The Ivy League Network has the video of all three games.
The Yale men’s lacrosse team broke an old school record last weekend by scoring 27 goals in a game. The Bulldogs broke another record this week by having 6 players selected in the professional draft. Ben Reeves, Tyler Warner, Christopher Keating, Jason Alessi, Conor Mackie and Jerry O’Connor, all seniors, were all selected within the 7 rounds of the 2018 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.
In recognition of the impact her courageous battle with cancer has had on efforts to save lives through marrow donor registration drives, the Yale athletic department will once again hold a drive in memory of women’s ice hockey player Mandi Schwartz ’10 (Wilcox, Sask.) (1988-2011).
After a second-place finish at The Yale Spring Invitational, the Yale men's golf team will look to secure a regional bid for the 2018 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship at the Ivy League Championship this Friday through Sunday. The Bulldogs aim to improve on their fourth-pace finish from a season ago at the three-round event held at Stonewall Golf Course in Elverson, Pa. which is a par-70, 6,866-yard course.
This is a big weekend for the Bulldogs, who will be competing at the NEISA Women’s Championship/Reed Trophy hosted by the Coast Guard Academy. This event is a qualifier for the college sailing national semi-finals held in late May.
After two difficult away matches this past weekend, Yale men’s tennis returns home this Saturday and Sunday for conference play against No. 47 Cornell and No. 16 Columbia. The team will face Cornell on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. and Columbia on Sunday at 1:00 p.m., with both matches taking place at home in the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center.