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  • Yale's Counterpunches Subdue Brown, 45-42

     Yale's Counterpunches Subdue Brown, 45-42
    PROVIDENCE — Two offenses slugged away for nearly 3 1/2 hours, relentlessly, until the sun began disappearing and the day grew colder. But in the end, Yale had Tyler Varga running low behind a punishing offensive line and could not be outlasted....
  • Yale Not Focusing On Past Success; Reno Wants To Win 'Em All

    Yale Not Focusing On Past Success; Reno Wants To Win 'Em All
    NEW HAVEN — After Yale defeated Columbia Saturday for its sixth victory – the most in Tony Reno's three seasons as coach — he was asked how he would have felt if someone had told him before the season his team would be 6-1 (3-1 Ivy)...
  • Yale WR Randall Set To Add To All-Time Record For Receptions

    Yale WR Randall Set To Add To All-Time Record For Receptions
    NEW HAVEN — On the weekend of the Harvard game each season, Yale's football team assembles a ballot of rising seniors considered worthy of captaincy. It is a position of honor, one borne throughout the 142 years. Once compiled, the list is...
  • Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program

    Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program
    NEW HAVEN — During his first two seasons as Yale's 34th head football coach, Tony Reno won eight games. But if you ask his boss, Athletic Director Tom Beckett, it was not an unproductive time. "Tony has connected this team to our history," Beckett...
  • Roberts Leads Yale In Rout Of Penn

    Roberts Leads Yale In Rout Of Penn
    NEW HAVEN — If it's possible for a college football season to include a five-week preamble, then that's the case with the Yale Bulldogs. The past is is simply not as important as what's ahead. Winning four of their first five, amid a scoring...
  • Yale Second To Harvard In Ivy Preseason Men's Basketball Poll

    The Yale men's basketball team placed second behind unanimous favorite Harvard in the Ivy League men's basketball preseason media poll released at Princeton. The Bulldogs, coming off a 19-14 season with a 9-5 record in the Ivy League and an appearance...
  • Trinity Football Aiming For Undefeated Season

    Trinity Football Aiming For Undefeated Season
    Two pictures hang on the wall of the Trinity football weight room. One shows Middlebury celebrating a victory against the Bantams on Oct. 26, 2013. The other is of Amherst celebrating a win against the Bantams a week later. Those losses in Weeks 6 and 7...
  • Yale Football: Quarterback Morgan Roberts Made A Smart Decision

    Yale Football: Quarterback Morgan Roberts Made A Smart Decision
    NEW HAVEN — There was a time when the goals and ambitions of Yale quarterback Morgan Roberts were defined by the passions and traditions of big-time high school and college football in the South. Just two years ago, the Charlotte, N.C., native was...
  • Lafayette searching for consistency

    Lafayette searching for consistency
    The coach talked about "sloppy penalties," injuries and an offense that was too often out of sync. "It was far from pretty in many aspects … we need to play much better to reach our goal," he said. So, who was speaking? Lafayette College's...
  • Lehigh's first win earns Patriot League honors for several players; Lafayette freshman also honored

    Lehigh's first win earns Patriot League honors for several players; Lafayette freshman also honored
    Lehigh's 31-14 win over Cornell, the program's first of the season, earned Patriot League honors for several players. Leading the way was senior running back Rich Sodeke, who was named the league offensive player of the week and senior defensive...
  • Lafayette falls to Harvard, 24-14, on big plays

    Lafayette falls to Harvard, 24-14, on big plays
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A year ago, Lafayette left Harvard Stadium as a 35-16 loser, a 1-5 record and a lot of uncertainty about where it was headed. Because the Leopards know how the rest of the 2013 season went, they should be able to find some...