YALE-CENTRAL ARKANSAS THURSDAY 7:00 P.M. CENTRAL
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – There is one more chance for the 2017-18 Yale women's basketball team to leave its mark in the record books. The Bulldogs have already set the school record for wins in a season with 18, and advanced further than any Ivy League team ever in a national postseason tournament. They now seek to become the first Ivy team to win such a tournament. Standing in the way are the Sugar Bears of Central Arkansas, who host the Bulldogs Thursday night in the Women's Basketball Invitational Championship (7:00 p.m. Central, Southland Digital Network).
MIRACULOUS COMEBACK EARNS YALE VICTORY IN WBI SEMIS, SCHOOL WINS MARK
Yale (18-13, 8-6 Ivy League) staged a miraculous comeback Saturday night at Lee Amphitheater to force overtime against South Alabama in the WBI semifinals, eventually coming away with a 76-74 win to advance to the championship game. The Bulldogs trailed by 11 with two minutes left, but got their comeback jump-started by a three pointer from first-year guard Tori Andrew (Wayzata, Minn.) with 1:51 to play -- one of five threes in the game for her. Senior guard Tamara Simpson (North Babylon, N.Y.) added a pair of threes, including one with 19 seconds left that tied the game 64-64 and forced overtime. Simpson also had three steals in those last two minutes, one of which was her 126th of the season -- establishing an Ivy League record.
Once overtime got underway the Jaguars once again took the lead. They were up 71-68 with just over two minutes to play, but Andrew hit a layup and junior forward Alexandra Maund followed with a putback at 1:24, earning a free throw that put Yale up 73-71.
South Alabama (21-13, 11-7 Sun Belt) got within 75-74 on a three-pointer by guard Genesis Perrymond with 18 seconds left. After sophomore guard Roxy Barahman (Calabasas, Calif.) hit one free throw but missed the second, the Jaguars got the ball and had three chances to tie the game -- but after Perrymond's attempted buzzer beater came up empty, the Bulldogs officially could celebrate their school-record 18th win of the season. The previous record, 17, had been set in 1979-80.
ABOUT THE WBI
The WBI is in its ninth season and features a 16 team, single-elimination bracket. Teams are picked based on RPI, record, conference standings, end of year performance and quality wins and losses. All WBI games are played on campus sites.
Yale is the third Ivy League team to play in the WBI. Penn earned a berth in the tournament in 2013 and went on to win the Ivy League title in 2014. Brown appeared in last year's tournament, winning at UMBC in the first round before falling to UNCG in the quarterfinals.
YALE AMONG BEST IN WBI FIELD
Based on RPI at the start of the tournament, Yale is one of the top teams in the WBI field. Here is how all 16 teams rank (* indicates team has advanced to championship):
123 Central Arkansas*
139 Youngstown State
144 Fresno State
150 Weber State
179 South Alabama
198 UC Irvine
200 UNC Asheville
205 CSU Bakersfield
225 Texas Southern
BULLDOGS WIN AT BINGHAMTON IN WBI QUARTERFINALS
Records kept falling for the Yale women's basketball team as the Bulldogs continued their run through the Women's Basketball Invitational tournament with a 70-64 win at Binghamton Tuesday Mar. 20. With the win, the Bulldogs advanced to the WBI semifinals and tied the school record for wins in a season with their 17th.
It was a big night for a couple Bulldogs in particular -- both of whom came off the bench. First-year guard Tori Andrew (Wayzata, Minn.) led Yale with 16 points, tying her career high. She hit five three pointers, the most by a Bulldog this year. Junior forward Alexandra Maund (Dorchester, Mass.) added a career-high 14 points, along with 12 rebounds.
BULLDOGS BEAT NORTHEASTERN IN WBI FOR HISTORIC POSTSEASON WIN
Yale earned a spot in the WBI quarterfinals by winning 68-58 at Northeastern Thursday Mar. 15 -- the Bulldogs' first win in a national postseason tournament. Senior forward Jen Berkowitz (Wayland, Mass.) led the way with 23 points, while sophomore guard Roxy Barahman (Calabasas, Calif.) added 12 and first-year guard Tori Andrew (Wayzata, Minn.) had 11. Berkowitz and sophomore forward Megan Gorman (Vero Beach, Fla.) had six rebounds each, while junior forward Alexandra Maund (Dorchester, Mass.) added five.
The game was tied 12-12 after the first quarter, but the Bulldogs outscored the Huskies 23-13 in the second quarter to take control. Seventeen of Yale's 23 field goals were assisted, and eight different players had at least one point.
YALE'S NATIONAL POSTSEASON TOURNAMENT HISTORY
This is Yale's first appearance in the WBI, and the Bulldogs' first appearance in any national postseason tournament since making the WNIT in 2011. The Bulldogs qualified for the WNIT that year by finishing tied for second place in the Ivy League with a 10-4 league record, winning a tiebreaker against Harvard (by going 2-0 against the Crimson) for the league's automatic berth in the WNIT. The Bulldogs hosted Boston College at Lee Amphitheater on Mar. 17, 2011, falling to the Eagles 85-61.
Yale's other postseason appearances in school history included four games in the AIAW Eastern Regionals after the 1977-78 season. The Bulldogs went 3-1 in that tournament to finish third, beating Iona, Ithaca and Springfield but falling to Mercy. Yale played in that same Regional tournament the following year, losing to Canisius and beating Marist.
Additionally, Yale played in the Ivy League tournament after the season in 1979-80, 1980-81 and 1981-82. That tournament was held during the season in prior years.
IVY LEAGUE TEAMS MAKE POSTSEASON IMPACT
This is the second season in a row that four Ivy League teams earned spots in national post-season tournaments -- a first for the league. In addition to Yale playing in the WBI, Princeton earned the league's automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament and was a No. 12 seed, falling to No. 5 seed Maryland Mar. 16. Harvard and Penn both earned WNIT berths. On Mar. 16 the Quakers beat Albany in the first round; they lost at St. John's Mar. 19. The Crimson lost to Fordham in the first round Mar. 16.
Last year Penn earned the league's automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament, while the league also had two teams (Harvard and Princeton) selected for the WNIT and one (Brown) selected for the WBI.
The Yale women are the last Ivy League basketball team -- men's or women's -- playing this season. On the men's side, Penn lost in the first round of the NCAAs while Harvard lost in the first round of the NIT.
IVY WOMEN IN NATIONAL POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS
Yale's performance in the WBI ranks as the best performance by an Ivy League women's basketball team in any of the current national postseason tournaments. The Bulldogs are the first Ivy team to advance past the second round in any of those tournaments. Here are the best records by Ivy League teams in each of them:
TOURNAMENT (W-L, Team, Year)
WBI: 3-0, Yale, 2018
NCAA: 1-1, Two times
Postseason WNIT: 1-1, Seven times
IVY TOURNAMENT RECAP
In the Ivy League Tournament semifinals Mar. 10, Yale fell to top-seeded Princeton 78-57 at The Palestra in Philadelphia. The Bulldogs fell behind by 20 in the third quarter before rallying to get within nine, but the Tigers closed out the third with a pair of three-pointers and then outscored Yale 20-14 in the fourth quarter.
Sophomore guard Roxy Barahman (Calabasas, Calif.) led Yale with 17 points and seven assists, shooting 6-for-13 (.461). Senior guard Tamara Simpson (North Babylon, N.Y.) added five steals, and first-year forward Alex Cade (Shaker Heights, Ohio) contributed 11 points and five rebounds in 18 minutes off the bench.
Princeton went on to beat Penn for the Ivy League Tournament title Mar. 11, earning the league's automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament.
BRUMMEL RECOGNIZED AS LEGEND OF IVY BASKETBALL
Lisa Brummel '81, who was honored as part of the 2018 Class of Legends of Ivy League Basketball at the Ivy League men's and women's basketball tournaments at The Palestra, was recently featured on IvyLeague.com. Brummel is currently business partners with another Yale Athletics alum -- rower Ginny Gilder '79. They are part of the group that owns the WNBA's Seattle Storm.
A four-sport athlete at Yale, Brummel was a four-time MVP for the women's basketball team and earned a pair of first team All-Ivy League honors.
Brummel was recognized on the court during the third quarter of the Yale-Princeton semifinal game Saturday Mar. 10.
With 18 wins, Yale has set the school record for wins in a season. Combined with last year's 15 wins, this is the first time in school history Yale has won 15 or more games in back-to-back seasons. The Bulldogs' first varsity season was 1973-74.
Here are Yale's top eight seasons in terms of overall wins:
18 wins: 2017-18
17 wins: 1979-80
16 wins: 1993-94, 2011-12
15 wins: 1976-77, 1988-89, 1992-93, 2016-17
Yale's eight Ivy League wins this season are the most since 2012-13, when the Bulldogs went 8-6 in the league. The team record for league wins is 10. Here are Yale's seasons with eight or more Ivy wins:
10 Ivy wins: 1988-89, 2010-11
9 Ivy wins: 1986-87
8 Ivy wins: 1992-93, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1997-98, 2009-10, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2017-18
Yale paid tribute to its three seniors -- forward Jen Berkowitz (Wayland, Mass.), guard Mary Ann Santucci (Seattle, Wash.) and guard Tamara Simpson (North Babylon, N.Y.) as part of Senior Night Feb. 24 vs. Columbia, the night the Bulldogs clinched a berth in the Ivy League Tournament. In addition to that tournament berth, the trio has led the program to several notable accomplishments. The team has won at least 15 games each of the past two seasons, the first time in school history that has happened. This year the Bulldogs beat a top 25 team in TCU and beat Princeton for the first time since 2009. The Bulldogs have also beaten rival Harvard twice in the last three games.
Berkowitz and Simpson have both scored 1,000 career points, making them part of a select group of Yale classmates who are both in that club. The five classmate pairs are:
- Class of 2018: Tamara Simpson (1,263 points) and Jen Berkowitz (1,060 points)
- Class of 1999: Katy Grubbs (1,336 points) and Autumn Braddock (1,108 points)
- Class of 1995: Mary Kalich (1,663 points) and Bari Porter (1,081 points)
- Class of 1986: Sue Johnson (1,560 points) and Kelly LeComte (1,181 points)
- Class of 1981: Lisa Brummel (1,361 points) and Sue Melone (1,038 points)
The seniors have also shined off the court, as all three are planning to go into the medical field.
BULLDOGS ON THE OFFENSIVE
Yale is averaging 67.6 points per game, an 11 percent improvement over last season's average (61.1 points per game).
The 82 points the Bulldogs scored in the wins vs. Colgate and TCU represent the most they have scored in Allison Guth's three seasons as Yale's Joel E. Smilow, Class of 1954 Head Coach of Women's Basketball.
YALE GETS DEFENSIVE
Yale's loss at Harvard Jan. 26 may have been a turning point. The Bulldogs allowed 97 points in that game, the most they had allowed in a game since giving up 102 at Stanford Dec. 28, 2016. In the 15 games since that game, the Bulldogs have allowed just 61.1 points per game (916 points) and are holding their opponents to a .377 shooting percentage (339 for 899). In the first 16 games, including that game at Harvard, Yale's opponents averaged 69.4 points per game (1,110 points) and shot .440 (407 for 926).
Yale leads the Ivy League in turnover margin at 4.13, with Penn (3.45) the only other league team above 0.60. The Bulldogs are forcing 19.2 turnovers per game, the most in the league and 36th nationally, and Yale is averaging a league-best 10.5 steals per game (26th nationally).
TRACKING THE THREE-POINTERS
Yale hit 11 three-pointers in the 73-59 win vs. Princeton Feb. 2, the most the Bulldogs have hit in a game since hitting 11 on Dec. 1, 2016. First-year guard Tori Andrew (Wayzata, Minn.) hit four threes.
Seven Bulldogs have attempted at least 25 three-pointers this year, and three of them are shooting 30 percent or better -- Andrew is at 38.6 percent, senior forward Jen Berkowitz (Wayland, Mass.) is at 32.2 and junior guard Gabby Nelson (Hurst, Texas) is at 32.0. Of the 26 shots Nelson has taken this year, 25 have been three-pointers (96 percent).
Andrew has taken 114 of her 145 shots (79 percent) from three-point territory. She hit five threes, the most by a Bulldog this year, in Yale's 70-64 win at Binghamton in the WBI quarterfinals Mar. 20. She then matched that with five threes in Yale's 76-74 overtime win vs. South Alabama in the WBI semifinals Mar. 24.
Senior guard Mary Ann Santucci (Seattle, Wash.) was elected captain for the 2017-18 season by her teammates. Santucci has missed just one game in her career, and has 52 starts -- including 26 starts last season. One of the team's top ballhandlers and perimeter defenders, she was second on the team in assists last season (2.2 per game) and shot a career-high 35.9 percent from three-point range. She averaged a career-high 4.6 points per game. She is averaging 3.5 points per game this year and is one of five players averaging 22 or more minutes per game.
Santucci posted a season-high 12 points in the win at Binghamton Dec. 2. She was 3-for-6 from three-point range.
Santucci is a pre-med ecology and evolutionary biology major in Morse College. She graduated from Seattle Prep. She has volunteered for Catholic Community Services helping elderly/disabled people who cannot leave their homes.
BERKOWITZ SCORES 1,000th POINT; EARNS FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY HONORS
Senior forward Jen Berkowitz (Wayland, Mass.) was named first team All-Ivy League, becoming the first Yale player to earn first-team honors since Sarah Halejian '15 in 2014. That was the latest in a series of achievements for her. On Mar. 3 at Princeton, she added her name to the Yale record book when her layup at 5:15 of the first quarter gave her 1,000 points for her career. She is the 21st Yale player to accomplish that feat.
Berkowitz is enjoying the best season of her career. She leads the team in scoring (14.4 points per game, fifth in the Ivy League) and rebounding (7.0 rebounds per game, ninth in the Ivy League). She also has the league's best field goal percentage (.543). She is on pace for career highs in all three categories.
Berkowitz was named Ivy League Co-Player of the Week Feb. 12 after leading Yale to a road sweep at Columbia and Cornell, the Bulldogs' first Ivy road sweep in five years. She led the team in scoring each night, with 21 points at Columbia and 18 at Cornell.
Berkowitz has scored in double digits in 10 of the last 14 games. She tied her career high with 26 points in the win at Stony Brook Dec. 6, one of six times this season she has scored 20 or more points in a game. She had a career-high 16 rebounds at Kansas, and has reached double-digits in rebounds six times this year. She has six double-doubles.
Berkowitz earned honorable mention All-Ivy League recognition last season. She led the team and finished sixth in the league with 13.4 points per game. She led the league in field goal percentage (.508) and was ninth in rebounding (6.9 per game).
Berkowitz is a pre-med history of science, medicine and public health major in Saybrook College. She graduated from The Rivers School. She was recently profiled in the MetroWest Daily News.
SIMPSON REPEATS AS IVY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR; NABS STEALS RECORD
Senior guard Tamara Simpson (North Babylon, N.Y.) was named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year for the second straight season. She also was named second team All-Ivy League, the first All-Ivy honor of her career. Her 129 steals this season broke her own school record (90, set her sophomore year) and the Ivy League record (125, Betsy Gilmore, Dartmouth, 1993-94). She has led the league in steals each year of her career.
Simpson set the Yale career record for steals last year. Her 361 career steals place her second on the Ivy League's all-time list, with Gilmore the leader at 370. As of Mar. 20 she was second among active NCAA players in career steals, trailing only Lamar's Chastadie Barrs (456). Her career average (3.14) places her fourth among active players.
This has been a historic year for Simpson at both ends of the court. She became the 20th player in Yale history to reach the 1,000 career point mark with a layup in the first quarter against Indiana at Lee Amphitheater on Dec. 21. She went on to score a career-high 31 points that day.
Simpson is second on the team in scoring, averaging 13.7 points per game (seventh in the Ivy League) -- a 43 percent improvement over last season (9.6 points per game). She also leads the Ivy League in steals (4.3 per game, 2.1 more than any other player). She is second on the team in assists (2.5 per game). As of Mar. 25 Simpson was third nationally in steals per game.
Simpson scored 21 points in the season-opening 62-51 win vs. LIU Brooklyn, shooting 6-for-12 from the field, then matched that total Dec. 12 in the 70-49 win at Saint Peter's. She tied her career high with nine steals against Providence Nov. 29, matching that total in the win at Stony Brook Dec. 6. She had at least four steals in eight straight games Feb. 2 through Feb. 24.
Simpson now has 1,263 career points, ninth all-time at Yale (Katy Grubbs '99 is eighth at 1,336). Prior to her the last Bulldog to reach the 1,000-point milestone was Janna Graf '14, who finished her career in 2014 with 1,151 points. Graf scored her 1,000th point on Dec. 29, 2013. Yale's all-time leading scorer is Mary Kalich '95 (1,663 points).
Simpson led the league in steals last season with 79 and contributed offensively as well -- she was third on the team in points per game.
Simpson is a pre-med psychology major in Jonathan Edwards College. She graduated from Portledge School.
BARAHMAN HONORABLE MENTION ALL-IVY
Sophomore guard Roxy Barahman (Calabasas, Calif.) earned honorable mention All-Ivy League honors after emerging as an impact player. She has been making up for lost time this season after being limited to 17 games (one start) last season. She is one of three Bulldogs averaging 32.0 minutes or more per game this season and has made 29 starts. She leads the team in assists (4.1 per game, fourth in the Ivy League), is second in steals (2.0 per game, fourth in the Ivy League) and is third in rebounds (4.5 per game).
Barahman reached a career high in assists with nine in the 73-50 win at Columbia Feb. 9. She set a career high with 12 rebounds in the WBI semifinal win vs. South Alabama Mar. 24. She scored a career-high 24 points at Binghamton Dec. 2. That was one of three times this season she has reached the 20-point mark, including twice in the last nine games. She had 17 points and seven rebounds in Yale's Ivy League semifinal game vs. Princeton.
Barahman is in Davenport College at Yale and is a graduate of Oaks Christian.
GORMAN ON THE BOARDS
Sophomore forward Megan Gorman (Vero Beach, Fla.) has been one of Yale's most consistent rebounding presences. She is second on the team in rebounding this year (6.2 per game) after finishing third last year (5.1 per game). She has reached double digits in rebounds three times in the last nine games. She had a career-high 16 boards in the 57-39 win at Dartmouth Jan. 27. Her 8.1 rebound average in Ivy games was sixth in the league.
Gorman is in Trumbull College at Yale and is a graduate of Vero Beach High School. She is an economics major.
ANDREWS SOLIDIFIES STARTING SPOT
First-year forward Ellen Margaret Andrews (Dallas, Texas) earned her first career start when the Bulldogs played at TCU, near her hometown of Dallas, on Nov. 21. She wound up with a season-high nine rebounds in that game. She has now started 27 of the last 28 games.
Andrews scored a season-high 16 points against Hartford Dec. 29, shooting 6-for-9 (.667). She has scored double-digit points in nine games. She is 45-for-56 (.804) from the free throw line, best among Bulldogs with 28 or more attempts.
Andrews is in Berkeley College at Yale and is a graduate of Greenhill School. She writes for the Yale Daily News, covering sports such as track & field and volleyball. Her sister Camille plays soccer at Bucknell, where she is a junior. Her father, Jaye, is a 1985 Bucknell grad who is in the Bucknell Hall of Fame after scoring 1,535 points for the Bison basketball team. Her grandfather, David Sears '53, played basketball at Yale and her uncle also went to Yale.
HOME COURT ADVANTAGE
Yale has developed quite a home court advantage in recent years. Since the start of the 2014-15 season the Bulldogs have gone 33-18 (.647) at John J. Lee Amphitheater. Here is a look at the team's home record in the past six seasons:
2012-13: 6-7 (.462)
2013-14: 7-6 (.538)
2014-15: 8-4 (.667)
2015-16: 10-5 (.667)
2016-17: 7-4 (.636)
2017-18: 8-5 (.615)
CLASS OF 2021
Yale welcomes four first years to the roster for the 2017-18 season. All four were captains of their high school teams and bring impressive credentials to New Haven.
The newcomers include a pair of record-setting guards in Ale Aguirre (La Jolla, Calif.) and Tori Andrew (Wayzata, Minn.). Aguirre should be able to stretch opposing defenses: she finished seventh in the nation, second in California and first in San Diego for three-pointers made in a career. She set the national record for three-pointers in a game with 15, earning a mention on ESPN. Andrew is also a threat from deep. A three-time first team all-state selection, she set school career records for scoring, double-doubles and three-pointers made. Her high basketball IQ should enable her to contribute immediately.
The class also includes a pair of forwards. Ellen Margaret Andrews (Dallas, Texas) was the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Large Private Player of the Year as a senior. Her athleticism enabled her to be all-conference in three sports (basketball, track and volleyball), and she was the first player in her school's history to score 1,000 points in a season. Alex Cade (Shaker Heights, Ohio) was a two-time all-state selection and averaged a double-double her senior year (16.7 points, 13.8 rebounds) while adding 4.2 blocks per game.
A SEASON TO BUILD ON
The 2016-17 season was one to build on for the Yale women's basketball team. The Bulldogs were on a roll at the end, winning four of their last five games to finish with the team's best win total (15) since 2011-12. Four of the six players who averaged 20 or more minutes per game for Yale in 2016-17 return for 2017-18.
ALLISON GUTH, YALE'S JOEL E. SMILOW, CLASS OF 1954 HEAD COACH OF WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
Known as a skilled recruiter throughout her 10-plus years of coaching, Allison Guth was named Yale's Joel E. Smilow, Class of 1954 Head Coach of Women's Basketball in May of 2015, returning to the Bulldogs after serving as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator from 2010 to 2012. Guth is the 10th head coach in the history of the women's basketball program, which dates to the 1973-74 season.
The team has made steady progress under Guth, whose staff includes assistants Melissa D'Amico, Roman Owen and Jacinda Dunbar -- all also in their third season with Yale. The Bulldogs have improved their win total from season to season in each of the past two years. In 2016-17 they finished with their best win total (15) since 2011-12, and they have matched that win total in the 2017-18 regular season.
Prior to being named Yale's head coach, Guth spent three seasons at Northwestern as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, helping turn the women's basketball team into a national power. In her final season, the Wildcats went 23-9 (12-6 Big Ten) and qualified for an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time since 1997.
During her first stint in New Haven, Guth was instrumental in Yale's resurgence as a contender for the Ivy League championship and helped guide the Bulldogs to their best two-year record in 18 years and the most Ivy League wins in a two-year span (18; 10-4 in 2010-11, 8-6 in 2011-12) in the program's history. Guth previously served as an assistant coach at DePaul, Missouri and Loyola-Chicago.
Guth, who led Buffalo Grove (Illinois) High School to the 2000 Class AA State title, and her high school teammates were inducted into the Illinois Coaches Basketball Association Hall of Fame in April of 2013.
A three-time letter winner at Illinois, Guth helped the Illini reach the 2003 NCAA Tournament after earning a spot as a walk-on and then earning a scholarship. An Academic All-Big Ten selection, Guth also played a season with the Illinois women's golf team before graduating in 2004. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business before getting her Master's degree in educational leadership from DePaul in 2010.
SCOUTING CENTRAL ARKANSAS
Central Arkansas (25-9, 14-4 Southland) beat Nevada 65-56 Saturday night in front of 1,457 fans at the Farris Center to earn a spot in the WBI Championship. This is the third straight postseason appearance for the Sugar Bears, who made it to the NCAA Tournament in 2016 and 2017 by winning the Southland Conference Tournament Championship. They have won 25 or more games for three straight years.
Forward Taylor Baudoin, a six-footer, leads UCA in scoring (15.9 points per game), and she is shooting .515 from the field. Guard Kamry Orr is second on the team in scoring (12.7 points per game) and leads the team in steals with 60.
Sandra Rushing is in her sixth season at Central Arkansas and 29th season overall as head coach. Her 2016 UCA team set the school record with 28 wins, winning the Southland Conference Tournament for the first time.
This is the fourth time a Southland team has played for a national tournament championship; the conference is 0-2 in WBI championship games and 0-1 in WNIT championship games.
UCA enjoys quite a home court advantage, posting a 41-5 (.891) mark at the Farris Center over the last three seasons. The Sugar Bears are 15-2 at home this year. The arena is also home to the UCA men's team, which featured future NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen on the roster from 1984-87.
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Report by Sam Rubin '95 (firstname.lastname@example.org), Yale Sports Publicity