July 22, 2016
Underclassmen to Represent at National Meets in Canada, UK and USA
Four underclassmen members of the Yale women’s swimming and diving team will be competing at national level meets within the next month in their respective home countries. Three incoming freshmen in the class of 2020, swimmers Charlotte O’Leary and Lili Margitai and diver Samantha Traina, will represent their club teams and Yale as they compete just a few weeks before beginning their rookie collegiate seasons. In addition, returning member Isabella Hindley ‘19 will be representing her club team and Yale in competition as she leads into her sophomore season. Hindley will be competing at the British Swimming Summer Championships in Sheffield, England, July 26-31. At the 2015 Summer Championships, Hindley grabbed four top-eight finishes, including two gold medals, in the 50-meter freestyle and 50-meter backstroke. She will look to build on last year’s success and her outstanding freshman season to have a solid performance at this year’s Championships.

July 22, 2016
UA Unveils Football Uniform
The new Yale Football Uniform was unveiled last night by Under Armour at an event showcasing all of the company’s college football clients. The trending yet traditional look for the Bulldogs stacked up well with Notre Dame and Wisconsin and the rest of the impressive list of UA schools.

July 22, 2016
Sears Earns Great Britain Roster Spot
Justin Sears ’16 is one of 24 players named to Great Britain’s preliminary roster for this summer’s EuroBasket 2017 Qualification Games. Sixteen of the 24 will attend training camp in early August with those names released at a later date.

July 21, 2016
Murray Selected for Hockey Canada Development Team Camp Again
Yale women’s ice hockey will be well-represented at the upcoming Hockey Canada National Women’s Development Team selection camp, as rising junior forward Eden Murray (Medicine Hat, Alta.) has been selected to attend. Hockey Canada announced the selections on Wednesday. The camp, which takes place Aug. 5-14 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alta., is an important step in identifying players who could play for the Development Team and one day be in the running to play for the National Women’s Team. This is the fourth year in a row that Murray has been selected. Earlier this week, Bulldogs associate head coach Rob Morgan was announced as a coach for the camp.

July 21, 2016
Mason At German National Team Training Camp
Makai Mason already made quite an impression on the nation during the NCAA Tournament in March, scoring 31 points in Yale’s first-round upset of Baylor. Later this summer, he may have the opportunity to showcase his skills on the international stage.

July 21, 2016
19 Bulldogs Make ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team; Gately Earns Commissioner’s Level
The Yale women’s ice hockey team had 19 student-athletes named to the 2015-16 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team, which was announced by the league Thursday. The league also announced the “Commissioner’s Level” of recognition, designed to honor the top scholar on each team. That went to sophomore forward Kaitlin Gately (Hingham, Mass.), a political science major, who has the team’s top grade-point average.

July 21, 2016
Nine Bulldogs Earn Scholar-Athlete Recognition
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced its annual Scholar-Athlete winners on Thursday, and the Yale men's tennis team stood out in several respects. Not only did the squad as a whole earn All-Academic Team recognition, but an impressive nine of twelve players also garnered Scholar-Athlete status for their academic accomplishments in 2015-16. In order to become an ITA Scholar-Athlete, a player must achieve a grade point average of at least 3.50 over the course of the season; Yale's selections were:

July 21, 2016
Bulldogs Welcome Eight in Class of 2020
The Yale women’s lacrosse team welcomes eight freshmen to the roster for 2016-17, the team’s second season with Erica LaGrow as the Joel E. Smilow, Class of 1954 Head Coach of Women’s Lacrosse. The Class of 2020 represents six different states and is composed of defender Hannah Burgess (Wilmette, Ill.), midfielder Barrett Carlson (St. Louis, Mo.), attacker/midfielder Devon Doheny (San Diego, Calif.), midfielder Lindsay Hogan (Buffalo, N.Y.), midfielder Hannah Logan (Skaneateles, N.Y.), midfielder/defender Margaret Stover (West Simsbury, Conn.), defender Julia Watt (Essex Fells, N.J.) and midfielder Vanessa Yu (Oyster Bay, N.Y.).

July 20, 2016
Yale Among Nation's Leaders in Team GPA
The Yale women's golf team was among the nation's leaders in team grade-point average, the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) announced Wednesday. In honoring Lindenwood as the winner of the 2015-16 WGCA All-Scholar Team GPA Award for leading the nation with a 3.901 collective GPA, the WGCA also released the list of the top 25 team GPAs in the country. Yale tied for 18th at 3.699, the highest ranking of any Ivy League school.

July 20, 2016
Morgan to Coach at Hockey Canada Development Team Camp
Yale women’s ice hockey associate head coach Rob Morgan has been selected to coach at the upcoming Hockey Canada National Women’s Development Team selection camp. The camp, which takes place Aug. 5-14 in Calgary, Alta., is an important step in identifying players who could play for the Development Team and one day be in the running to play for the National Women’s Team. Hockey Canada announced the staff selections on Tuesday.

July 18, 2016
Brzozowicz Named To Canadian Olympic Team
Ashley Brzozowicz ’04 is headed back to the Olympic Games. Brzozowicz, who won a silver medal with the women’s eight in London in 2012, has been named an alternate for the Canadian rowing team that will compete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games from August 5 to 21.

July 17, 2016
Brent Takes Tenth at Junior World Championships
Incoming freshman on the Yale women’s swimming and diving team Kendall Brent finished in tenth place in the 10-kilometer open water race at the Open Water Junior World Championships. Her final time of 2:05:45.30 was the fastest among the American competitors. Brent’s open water success will translate well to the distance freestyle events during her rookie collegiate season. She will join returning swimmers Isla Hutchinson-Maddox ‘17, Danielle Liu ‘18, and Cailley Silbert ‘18 to continue the Bulldog’s success in the distance freestyle events in recent years.

July 14, 2016
Miller Earns Spot on Brazilian Olympic Team
In August, rising senior Katherine Miller will join the likes of Sada Jacobson ‘06 as yet another Yale fencer to participate in the Summer Olympic Games. She was recently announced as a member of the epee squad for Brazil.

July 14, 2016
Women's XC/Track & Field Teams Welcome Eleven Recruits
This coming season, the Yale cross country and track and field programs will welcome 11 new athletes to their ranks. A well-rounded group, the incoming class includes multiple runners, three jumpers and the team’s first heptathlete in years. The members of the incoming class have fared very well at the state level, with a couple of athletes finding success on the national level as well. This diverse group of athletes will train under the leadership of 2016 cross country captain Frances Schmiede and 2016-17 track and field captain Kate Simon.

July 14, 2016
Incoming Freshman to Compete at Junior World Championships
Incoming freshman on the Yale women's swimming and diving team Kendall Brent will be competing in the Open Water Junior World Championships in Hoorn, Netherlands. The competition will take place over three days: July 16-18, 2016.