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  • Yale Bowl 100-Anniversary Celebration Kicks Off In New Haven

    Yale Bowl 100-Anniversary Celebration Kicks Off In New Haven
    NEW HAVEN – When it was completed in 1914, Yale Bowl was a sight to see: circular, epic and largest amphitheater raised since the Roman Coliseum, where gladiators represented more than an athletic metaphor. Of course, the Bowl soon would host its...
  • Have Patriot League teams become poison for the Ivy League?

    Have Patriot League teams become poison for the Ivy League?
    Patriot League and Ivy League football teams are set to play 14 games against each other this season and five are set for this weekend. However, the Patriot League-Ivy League relationship doesn't appear to be as strong as it used to be. The games aren't...
  • Yale Home Opener Kicks Off 100th Anniversary Celebration

    Yale Home Opener Kicks Off 100th Anniversary Celebration
    NEW HAVEN — For centuries, Yale has sustained its legacy with rituals and traditions that bridge ethnic and philosophical gaps on campus. It is a part of what makes Yale what it is. This year, its athletic department celebrates the 100th...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard blows out Bethesda, 18-0

    WOMEN'S SOCCER Vanguard 18, Bethesda 0 Freshman Madison Lopp scored four goals and three other Lions had hat tricks in the nonconference game Saturday at Vanguard University. Junior Madison Cody, senior Veronica Aquilar and senior Jennifer Martin all...
  • Controversial high-protein diet author tackling sugar next

    Controversial high-protein diet author tackling sugar next
    He went to Harvard and Stanford universities to become a scientist, but then Gary Taubes discovered investigative journalism. He had a bachelor's degree in physics and was working on a master's degree in aerospace engineering at Stanford when he chose a...
  • Review: 'The Opening Kickoff' by Dave Revsine

    Review: 'The Opening Kickoff' by Dave Revsine
    Quick quiz: When was this quote said about college football? "Football to-day is a social obsession — a boy-killing, education prostituting, gladiatorial sport. It teaches virility and courage … but so does war." This could be a critic of...
  • Harvard's Hodges leads 2015 small school NFL prospects

    The Sports Xchange By Dane Brugler, The Sports Xchange Harvard's Hodges leads 2015 small school NFL prospects The early rounds of the NFL draft are made up of former five-star recruits from the SEC, All-Americans out of the Big Ten and a number of...
  • Baseball: Moskovits launches pro career in Canada

    Baseball: Moskovits launches pro career in Canada
    Like many recent college graduates, it's been hard for Danny Moskovits to find a job in his chosen field. Professional baseball player is one career an Ivy League education can't accelerate. Moskovits graduated from Harvard in May with a degree in...
  • Daily Pilot Coach of the Year: CdM's Meyer made to coach

    Daily Pilot Coach of the Year: CdM's Meyer made to coach
    In three Corona del Mar High football seasons, Coach Scott Meyer has accomplished more during that short span than the school had in its previous 48 years. The third season led to many firsts for the Sea Kings. They claimed their second straight...
  • Potential Ivy League future awaits latest Aquinas transfer

    FORT LAUDERDALE - Returning players are important but in this day and age, transfers have found a way to make a difference in the area's high school football landscape. Transfers have helped perennial national and state power St. Thomas Aquinas become...
  • College Sports History: It Starts With Yale-Harvard Regatta

    College Sports History: It Starts With Yale-Harvard Regatta
    The Yale-Harvard Regatta is two years shy of its 150th anniversary and, as such, is the oldest collegiate sports event in the United States. Yale-Harvard football is old, too, but the regatta predates that by 23 years. The first race came about...
  • ODU wrestling earns national academic recognition

    Steve Martin might prefer that Old Dominion wrestling be the “Iowa of the East” competitively, but he’s more than OK with the program being the “Harvard of the South” academically. The Monarchs finished second nationally in...