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Yale Athletics

2013–14

Dear Alumni & Friends of Yale Athletics, It is hard to believe that another year of championships, athletic achievements, and academic excellence has come and gone. Even after twenty years at the helm of this great department, I never cease to be amazed by the achievements of our student-athletes, coaches, and our alumni! If I had to find one word to describe 2013-14, it would be —leadership.

Contents Mission INSIDE FRONT COVER Letter from the Athletic Director INSIDE FRONT COVER

2013–14 Highlights 2 2013–14 Stats 3 2013–14 Honors 4 Senior Awards 6 Sports & Recreational Update 8 Community Involvement 9 2013–14 Fundraising Results 10 Supporting Yale Athletics 12 The Plan for Athletic Excellence 18 How to Give 20 Head Coaches INSIDE BACK COVER Sponsors BACK COVER

Yale Athletics Mission — NEW! The mission of Yale varsity athletics is to attract outstanding student athletes, who aspire to undertake the challenge of a high-level education while proudly representing Yale University in the pursuit of championships. Through exceptional facilities and coaches, Yale Athletics ensures that our students learn the important values of leadership, integrity, discipline and teamwork. The aspiration is that in the course of preparation and competition, students enter a co-curricular laboratory for learning that will fit them to lead in all of their future endeavors.

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Our volleyball team, under the guidance of Head Coach Erin Appleman brought home their fourth Ivy Championship in a row. The seniors on that team, leaders since their arrival on campus, did not know how to lose! Their captain, Kendall Polan, was honored with her third Ivy Player of the Year recognition—an unparalleled achievement in the sport (see story, page 1). Our sailing team, coached by McNay Family Director of Sailing, Zach Leonard ’89, dominated collegiate sailing (see story, page 1). They secured not only this year’s Coed and Team Race Nationals, but also the Fowle Trophy, for the greatest number of points across all college sailing competitions. To top it all, Graham Landy ’15 was honored as College Sailor of the Year. These teams set the bar high and motivated all of us around them to strive for greatness! The achievements on behalf of Yale Athletics did not end with our student-athletes and coaches. This year a group of Yale Lacrosse alumni took up the mantle of endowing their program. They set an ambitious goal of $12.5 million and are well on their way, already securing $7.55 million in pledges. This leadership was what we had in mind when we established the Plan for Athletic Excellence last year–a campaign to fully endow our varsity athletic program. When we made that announcement, our goal was $170 million. Today, we are proud to report that goal has been cut to $158 million. We have a long way to go, but I am confident other programs will follow the lead of Yale Lacrosse to ensure the long-term fiscal success of their favorite team. You can read more about the Lacrosse endowment on page 8 and the Plan for Athletic Excellence on 18. These impressive displays of leadership are what Yale Athletics is all about. We ensure that the competitive experience prepares our graduates to succeed after they leave New Haven. As alumni and friends, you foster that spirit everyday. As a result, we have altered our mission statement to focus more on the leadership qualities we strive to encourage at Ray Tompkins House. Our work is not done. I will continue to ask for your help—as volunteers in our associations, as mentors to our student-athletes, and as donors to our programs. All of these displays of leadership are vital to our goal of winning championships. Thank you for your support in 2013-14. I look forward to seeing what we can do in 2014-15! Best regards,

Tom Beckett Director of Athletics

Top Sports Stories of 2013-14 Yale Sailing First in the Nation Honored with a second consecutive Leonard M. Fowle trophy this spring, the Yale Sailing teams (Women and Co-ed) sit firmly at the top of U.S. collegiate sailing. This Intercollegiate Sailing Association prize, based on performance in six national races throughout the year and awarded to the best college sailing program in the country, is the culmination of a year of individual highlights. A strong Fall 2013 campaign was capped by Mitchell Kiss placing fourth at the Men’s ICSA Singlehanded National Championship in icy November winds in Newport, RI and the team of Chris Segerblom, Max Nickbarg, Graham Landy, and Marly Isler sailing to fourth place in balmy St. Petersburg, FL at the ICSA Match Racing National Championships. Yale sailed the Spring 2014 season so successfully that throughout they were ranked either first or second nationally, humbling all their Ivy League opponents by winning the Mosbacher and Knapp trophies in April. Post-season championship racing brought a new round of successes. The Women’s Team finished second at the

Sperry Top-Sider College Women’s Sailing National Championship at Annapolis, MD in late May. Then in early June the Coed Team dominated the APS Team Race National Championship at St Mary’s City, MD with a 22-3 record. In the following days at St. Mary’s, in fleet racing, the Coed Team qualified for Nationals by winning the Western Semifinals and, for the first time in a quarter century, went on to capture the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship by an astonishing 87 points, triumphing in both A and B divisions. Graham Landy, Coed Team captain, was voted ICSA College Sailor of the Year and, Landy, Chris Segerblom, and Ian Barrows were named to the ICSA Coed All-American Team. Marlena Fauer and Morgan Kiss earned ICSA Women’s All-American status. And, Women’s Team captain Katherine Gaumond, Eugenia Custo Grieg, Amanda Salvesen, and Charlotte Belling were named to the ICSA Crew All-American roster. It was a superlative year for Yale Sailing.

Kendall Polan, Volleyball All-Star Kendall Polan graduated in May 2014 as the most honored member of the Yale Volleyball Team in the history of the program. For four years, she was a vital physical and mental presence on the court. In the words of Coach Erin Appleman, “Her leadership and will to win has left an indelible mark on this program. She truly is one in a million.” Kendall was captain of the 2013 squad that won Yale’s fourth straight Ivy League championship. In the process, she was named the first-ever three-time Ivy League Player of the Year. Over Kendall’s Yale career the Volleyball Team tallied a remarkable Ivy League win/loss record of 51-5, going undefeated in 2012. Kendall ventured to New Haven from Cardiff, CA in 2010, finishing her freshman season as the Ivy League Rookie of the Year, named to the first of four

First Team All-Ivy designations. The following three seasons she collected one award after another while sharing laughs and interminable bus rides with a talented group of scholar-athletes. By senior year, she ascended to volleyball video stardom in a series of episodes of ‘Kickin It with Kendall’ seen on the volleyball website. She reflected, “My best friends have been members of the Yale Volleyball Team and I couldn’t be more grateful for the experience they provided over the last four years.” While still in the glow of a four-peat Ivy championship, Polan celebrated the close of her Yale career with the news that she’d been named recipient of the Nellie Pratt Award, highest honor given to a woman athlete at Yale. Boola, Boola! 1

2013-14 Highlights Team

Individual

National Championships

Ivy League Player of the Year

Co-ed Sailing (APS Team Race) Co-ed Sailing (Gill Coed Dinghy)

Ivy League Championships Co-ed Sailing Volleyball

Nationally Ranked Teams (top 50) Women’s Crew 18th Heavyweight Crew 6th Lightweight Crew 4th Men’s Fencing 12th Women’s Fencing 12th Men’s Hockey 22nd Men’s Lacrosse 13th Sailing 1st Men’s Squash 3rd Women’s Squash 3rd Women’s Tennis 49th

NCAA Championship/Tournament Appearances Men’s Fencing 12th place finish Women’s Fencing 12th place finish Volleyball 1st round

Other National Appearances Men’s Basketball Championship game of CollegeInsider.com Tournament Men’s Squash 3rd at CSA Team Championship Women’s Squash 3rd at Howe Cup Lightweight Crew 4th at IRA Heavyweight Crew 6th at IRA Coed Sailing 1st at APS Team Race;1st at Gill Coed Dinghy Women’s Sailing 2nd at College Sailing Women’s National Championship

Team Awards Coed Women’s Sailing Leonard M. Fowle Trophy as Best Overall Collegiate Team

Sam Bernstein Men’s Golf Kendall Polan Volleyball

Ivy League Rookie of the Year Alex Lyon Men’s Hockey

National Awards Graham Lundy Co-ed Sailing, College Sailor of the Year Phoebe Staenz Women’s Hockey, U.S. College Hockey Online National Rookie of the Year

Other League Awards Jesse Root Men’s Hockey, ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward Tyler Pramer Men’s Swimming Ron Keenhold Career High Point Diver at Ivy League Championship Tyler Lu Men’s Tennis, ITA Northeast Region Rookie of the Year Phoebe Staenz Women’s Hockey, ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year Eva Fabian Women’s Swimming, High Point Swimmer At Ivy League Championship Lilybet MacRae Women’s Swimming, Rick Gilbert High Point Diver At Ivy League Championship

NCAA Championship Qualifiers Kevin Dooney Men’s Cross Country (98th) Hugh O’Cinneide Men’s Fencing (14th in sabre) Reed Srere Men’s Fencing (19th in sabre) Brian Hogan Men’s Swimming (200, 500, 1650 freestyle) Joanna Lew Women’s Fencing (12th in sabre) Katherine Miller Women’s Fencing (17th in epee) Lauren Miller Women’s Fencing (17th in foil) Eva Fabian Women’s Swimming (500, 1650 freestyle) Lilybet MacRae Women’s Swimming (1, 3-meter diving)

NCAA APR Public Recognition Awards

Lowe’s Senior Class Award Candidates

14 teams honored

Capital One Academic All-American

Nick Alers Men’s Soccer Nick Alers Men’s Soccer (1st Team) Matt Townsend Men’s Basketball (3rd Team)

Other National Awards Dylan Levings Men’s Lacrosse, One Love Foundation’s Unsung Hero Award

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2013-14 Stats TEAM

CAPTAIN

OVERALL IVY IVY RECORD RECORD FINISH NOTES

Baseball

Cale Hanson

19-22

11-9

t-3rd

Tied for the Red Rolfe Division title; upset top-five LSU

Men’s Basketball

Jesse Pritchard

19-14

9-5

2nd

Best Ivy finish since 2007; Reached CIT Championship game; post season 2 of last 3 years

Women’s Basketball

Janna Graf

13-15

7-7

4th

5th straight top four Ivy finish; Played nine teams that reached the postseason

Heavyweight Crew

Zachary Johnson

4th

V8 reached IRA grand final for first time since 2006

Lightweight Crew

Matthew O’Donoghue

2nd

V8 finishes fourth in nation and second in Ivy League

Women’s Crew

Maddie Lips

6th

Three crews medalled at Ivy League Championship

Men’s Cross Country

Ryan Laemel

0-1

0-1

5th

Highest Ivy finish since 2006

Women’s Cross Country Millie Chapman

0-1

0-1

8th

Third at the New England Championship

Men’s Fencing

Cornelius Saunders

10-8

0-5

6th

Two qualifiers for NCAA Championship

Women’s Fencing

Lauren Miller

7-12

0-6

7th

Three NCAA Championship qualifiers

Field Hockey

Georgia Holland

8-9

4-3

t-3rd

18-10 Ivy record in last four years; 4th time in last 5 years with winning Ivy record

Football

Beau Palin

5-5

3-4

t-4th

6 All-Ivy selections; 3-win improvement from previous season

Men’s Golf

Sam Bernstein

0-1

2nd

No lower than third at a northeast tournament;Won Doc Gimmler and Ivy Match Play

Women’s Golf

Sun Gyoung Park

4th

Three tournament victories; Finished no lower than fourth in any tournament

Gymnastics

Ashley O’Conner

2-12

1-0

2nd

Best finish at Ivy Classic since 2008

Men’s Hockey

Jesse Root

22-12-3

4-4-2

t-3rd

83 wins, including five in the NCAA Tournament, over the last four years.

Women’s Hockey

Tara Tomimoto

9-16-7

3-5-2

4th

First ECAC Hockey playoff appearance since 2008, first postseason win since 2005

Men’s Lacrosse

Jimmy Craft

9-5

3-3

4th

Fifth straight appearance in Ivy League Tournament

Women’s Lacrosse

Adrienne Tarver

9-6

3-4

Co-ed Sailing

Chris Segerblom/ Graham Landy

Women’s Sailing

Marlena Fauer/ Katherine Gaumond

Finished second at the national championship

Men’s Soccer

Max McKiernan

2-3-2

5th

Five All-Ivy selections

Women’s Soccer

Shannon McSweeney 7-8-1

2-4-1

5th

Won for the fourth straight time at Princeton

Softball

Tori Balta

8-33

4-16

7th

Closed the season by winning three of last four Ivy League games

Men’s Squash

Eric Caine

16-3

6-1

2nd

Finished 3rd in the nation

Women’s Squash

Lilly Fast

17-4

5-2

3rd

Finished 3rd in the nation

Men’s Swimming

Ed Becker

8-3

4-3

4th

Team posted highest GPA in Division I

Women’s Swimming

Chelsea Dunlap

8-3

4-3

3rd

Two NCAA Championship participants

Men’s Tennis

Kyle Dawson

11-12

1-6

t-7th

Wins over Davidson, Georgetown and Central Florida

Women’s Tennis

Annie Sullivan

14-8

6-1

2nd

25-3 Ivy League record over the last four years

Men’s Track & Field James Shirvell

0-4 (ind) 0-1 (out)

0-4 (ind) 8th (ind) Indoor 5000-meter run record broken 0-1 (out) 8th (out) Three NCAA Regional qualifiers

Women’s Track & Field Amanda Snajder

1-3 (ind) 0-1 (out)

1-3 (ind) 8th (ind) 12 ECAC qualifiers 0-2 (out) 8th (out) Two NCAA Regional qualifiers

Volleyball

20-5

13-1

Kendall Polan

4-11-2

t-5th

Posted best overall record since 2008

1st

Won the Mosbacher Trophy for top team in Ivy League; Won 2 national titles

1st

Ivy League champions; 4th straight Ivy title, 3rd straight NCAA Tourney appearance

(boldface indicates National and/or Ivy League Championship programs)

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2013-14 Honors 2013 Fall Honors MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Kevin Dooney 2nd Team All-Ivy, USTFCCCA All-Northeast Region

FIELD HOCKEY Georgia Holland 1st Team All-Ivy, 2nd Team NFHCA All-Mideast Region; ECAC Field Hockey All-Star Team Erica Borgo 1st Team All-Ivy, 2nd Team NFHCA All-Mideast Region Nicole Wells 2nd Team All-Ivy Heather Schlesier 2nd Team All-Ivy

FOOTBALL Ben Carbery 2nd Team All-Ivy, Hammer Award (Yale’s hardest hitter) Kyle Cazzetta Honorable Mention All-Ivy, Special Teams Player of the Week (week 3, week 8), CFPA (week 1,7,8), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 1,5, 7,9), Ledyard Mitchell Award (Proficiency in Kicking) Cole Champion 2nd Team All-Ivy, Defensive Player of the Week (week 3), CFPA (week 6), BSN (week 3), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 2), College Sports Madness (week 3), NEFW Gold Helmet (week 3), The Sports Network (week 3) Charles Cook Ryan LoProto Award (Yale’s Top DB) Dylan Drake Ivy Defensive Player of the Week (week 1), CFPA (week 1), Defensive Lineman of the Year Award (Yale’s top Defensive Lineman) Henry Furman CFPA (week 2), BSN (week 2), Robert Gardner Anderson Award (Yale honor combination of skill, spirit and pride in accomplishment) Wes Gavin 2nd Team All-Ivy, Ted Turner Award (Yale’s Top Offensive Lineman) Kahlil Keys CFPA (week7), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 7) Brian Leffler Chester J. LaRoche Award (Yale honor for Character, academic talents and concern for others) Darius Manora Ivy Honorable Mention (week 6) Foyesade Oluokun 2nd Team All-Ivy, Ivy Defensive Player of the Week (week 8), Rookie of the week (week 8), College Sports Madness (week 8), Charles Loftus Award (Most Valuable Freshman) John Oppenheimer Honorable Mention AllIvy, Jordan Olivar Award (Devotion to Yale football) Beau Palin Honorable Mention All-Ivy, Gregory Dubinetz Memorial Trophy (Best exemplifies the spirit of former Yale player Greg Dubinetz) Deon Randall 1st Team All-Ivy, FCS All-New England, Ivy Offensive Player of the Week (week 2), CFPA (week 2), BSN (week 2), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 8,9), College Sports Madness (week 2), NEFW Gold Helmet (week 2), Ted Blair Award (Yale’s most valuable player), Jim Keppel Award (Back who best exhibits Jim’s work ethic, pride and dedication to Yale Football) Candler Rich Ivy Rookie of the week (week 7), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 5), Charles Loftus Award (Yale’s Most valuable freshman) Robert Ries Ivy Rookie of the week (week 2) Derek Russell Specialist Award (Yale honor for Excellence on Special Teams) Spencer Rymiszewski Ivy Rookie of the week (week 3), Charles Loftus Award (Yale’s Most Valuable Freshman)

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Cameron Sandquist Norman S. Hall Memorial Trophy (Service to Yale Football) Copache Tyler Charles Loftus Award (Yale’s Most valuable freshman) Tyler Varga Honorable Mention All-Ivy, Honor Roll (week 1), CFPA (week 1), BSN (week 1), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 1,3), College Sports Madness (week 1) William Vaughan Honorable Mention AllIvy, CFPA (week 4), Ivy Honorable Mention (week 4) Grant Wallace Ivy Honorable Mention (week 6) Kyle White Woody Knapp Memorial Trophy (Cheerful disposition, leadership qualities, and unselfish devotion to others on Yale team)

2013/2014 Winter Honors

MEN’S SOCCER

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Nick Alers Capital One Academic All-America 1st Team; Capital One Academic All-District I first team; 1st Team All-Ivy; 2013 Senior CLASS Award Candidate; Academic All-Ivy Peter Jacobson Capital One Academic AllDistrict I first team; Ivy League Player of Week, 9/16; Academic All-Ivy Cameron Kirdzik 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Rookie of Week, 10/14 Max McKiernan 2nd Team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy Henos Musie 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player/Rookie of Week, 10/7; Ivy League Rookie of Week, 11/4 Philip Piper Honorable Mention All-Ivy

WOMEN’S SOCCER Melissa Gavin 1st Team All-Ivy; 1st Team AllNew England; Ivy League Player of the Week, 9/9 Meredith Speck 1st Team All-Ivy; 1st Team All-New England; NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Region third team Shannon McSweeney 2nd Team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy Paula Hagopian Ivy League Player of the Week, 9/30 Frannie Coxe Capital One Academic AllDistrict I first team Muriel Battaglia Capital One Academic AllDistrict I first team

VOLLEYBALL Kendall Polan Ivy League Player of the Year; 1st Team All-Ivy; AVCA All-Region Honorable Mention; Ivy League Player of the Week, 10/29 Kelly Johnson 1st Team All-ivy; Ivy League Player of the Week 9/10, 10/15 Mollie Rogers 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of the Week 11/12, 11/19 Maddie Rudnick 2nd Team All-Ivy Brittani Steinberg 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Rookie of the Week 9/17, 10/22; Ivy League Player of the Week, 10/22 Jesse Ebner Ivy League Player of the Week 9/24, 10/8 McHaney Carter Capital One Academic AllDistrict I First Team; Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S BASKETBALL Javier Duren Honorable Mention All-Ivy; CollegeSportsMadness.com Ivy League AllConference 2nd Team; Ivy League Player of the Week, 11/18 Justin Sears 1st Team All-Ivy; CollegeSportsMadness.com Ivy League AllConference 1st Team; NABC District 13 first team; Ivy League Player of the Week, 11/12, 1/20, 2/3, 2/10, 2/17; All-Connecticut 6 Preseason Team Matt Townsend Capital One Academic AllAmerica 3rd Team; Capital One Academic AllDistrict I Team; Academic All-Ivy Sarah Halejian 1st Team All-Ivy; CollegeSportsMadness.com Ivy League AllConference 2nd Team; Ivy League Player of Week, 12/3, 12/16, 2/24; CollegeSportsMadness. com Ivy Player of the Week, 2/24 Janna Graf Ivy League Player of Week, 1/20; CollegeSportsMadness.com Ivy League AllConference 2nd Team; Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S FENCING Hugh O’Cinneide 2nd Team All-Ivy Cornelius Saunders, Academic All-Ivy

WOMEN’S FENCING Katherine Miller 2nd Team All-Ivy Alison Barton Academic All-Ivy

GYMNASTICS Ashley O’Connor ECAC Coaches Choice Award, 3/19 Morgan Traina Co-Gymnast of the Week, 1/19, 3/19 Camilla Opperman ECAC Coaches Choice Award, 2/4

MEN’S HOCKEY Kenny Agostino 3rd Team All-ECAC; 2nd Team All-Ivy John Hayden ECAC Player & Rookie of the Week, 1/18 Alex Lyon Ivy League co-Rookie of the Year; All-Ivy Honorable Mention; ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week; 3/10; ECAC Rookie of the Week, 1/1 Rob O’Gara 2nd Team All-Ivy Jesse Root Best Defensive Forward (ECAC); 2nd Team All-ECAC, 1st Team All-Ivy; ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year finalist; Academic All-Ivy Stu Wilson Liberty Hockey Invitational AllTournament Team Gus Young 2nd Team All-Ivy

WOMEN’S HOCKEY Phoebe Staenz U.S. College Hockey Online Rookie of the Year; ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year; 3rd Team All-ECAC Hockey; ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team; All-Ivy Honorable Mention; New England Hockey Writers Division I All-Star team; ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Month (December); ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Month (January); ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week, 12/3, 12/10, 1/21, 1/28; ECAC Player of the Week, 12/10 Tara Tomimoto 2nd Team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy Jackie Raines ECAC Hockey Player of the Week, 2/18

Jaimie Leonoff ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week, 1/21 Krista Yip-Chuck ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Month (February)

MEN’S SQUASH Neil Martin All-Ivy Team Eric Caine Academic All-Ivy

WOMEN’S SQUASH Millie Tomlinson All-Ivy Team; First Team All-American Kim Hay All-Ivy Team; Second Team AllAmerican Shihui Mao Second Team All-American Issey Norman-Ross Second Team AllAmerican Gwen Tilghman Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Brian Hogan NCAA qualifier (200, 500 and 1,650 freestyle); 1st Team All-Ivy (1000 freestyle); 2nd Team All-Ivy (500 and 1650 freestyle) Danny McDermott Academic All-Ivy

WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Eva Fabian NCAA qualifier (500, 1,650 freestyle) 1st Team All-Ivy (500 and 1650 freestyles); 2nd team All-Ivy (500 freestyle); 2nd Team All-Ivy (800-yard freestyle relay) Casey Lincoln 2nd Team All-Ivy (1,650 freestyle) Emma Smith 2nd Team All-Ivy (400 IM) Lilybet MacRae NCAA qualifier (one-meter dive, three-meter dive), 1st Team All-Icy (onemeter dive); 2nd Team All-Ivy (three-meter dive) Sydney Hirschi (Fr,) 1st Team All-Ivy (200 butterfly) Kina Zhou (Fr,) 2nd Team All-Ivy (200 freestyle); 2nd Team All-Ivy (800-yard freestyle relay) Michelle Chintanaphol 2nd Team All-Ivy (200 backstroke) Olivia Jameson 2nd Team All-Ivy (800-yard freestyle relay) Anna Wujciak 2nd Team All-Ivy (800-yard freestyle relay) Christina Brasco Academic All-Ivy

2014 Spring Honors BASEBALL Robert Baldwin Honorable Mention All-Ivy Cale Hanson 1ST Team All-Ivy (shortstop); 2nd Team All-Ivy (relief pitcher) Chris Latham 2nd Team All-Ivy (pitcher); Ivy League Pitcher of the Week, 4/1, 4/15, 4/22 Chris Moates Honorable Mention AllIvy; Ivy League Pitcher of the Week, 4/8 Richard Slenker 2nd Team All-Ivy (utility) Jacob Hunter Academic All-Ivy

SOFTBALL Tori Balta 2nd Team All-Ivy (outfield) Lauren Delgadillo 1st Team All-Ivy ( first base) Kristen Leung Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S TENNIS Tyler Lu 1st Team All-Ivy, ITA Rookie of the Year (Northeast Region) Patrick Chase Academic All-Ivy

WOMEN’S TENNIS Madeleine Hamilton 2nd Team All-Ivy (doubles) Sherry Li 2nd Team All-Ivy (doubles) Annie Sullivan 2nd Team All-Ivy singles Hanna Yu 1st Team All-Ivy (singles)

MEN’S LACROSSE Charlie Better Yale Lacrosse Association award (Dan Casman) for spirit and morale David Better Yale Lacrosse Association award (Richard Corrigan-Richard Pershing) for most improved Jeff Cimbalista 2-time Ivy League Honor Roll Jimmy Craft (Sr) Honorable Mention All-Ivy; NEILA Academic All-Region Team; Yale Lacrosse Association Award (LC Stowell) for Team MVP Mark Glicini 2nd -Team All-New England; Yale Lacrosse Association award (Winthrop A. Smith) for superior conditioning Dylan Levings Honorable Mention All-Ivy; 2-time Ivy League Honor Roll; NEILA Academic All-Region Team; 2014 Unsung Hero Award One Love Foundation; Yale Lacrosse Association award (Robert G. Merrick) for most ground balls; USILA North-South AllStar Game; USILA Academic All-America Brandon Mangan Honorable Mention All-Ivy; 2-time Ivy League Honor Roll; 1st -Team All-New England; USILA NorthSouth All-Star Game Jack Meyer Yale Lacrosse Association award (Donald J. Reape Memorial) for spirit and dedication Eric Natale Honorable Mention All-Ivy Conrad Oberbeck USILA Honorable Mention All-America; 1st -team All-Ivy; First-Team All-New England; Ivy League Co-Player of the Week; 2-time Ivy League Honor Roll; Yale Lacrosse Association award (Walter T. Collins) for offensive MVP Alex Otero Yale Lacrosse Association

award (William “Brad” Gano) for tenacity, determination and character Michael Quinn 2nd -team All-Ivy; 1st -Team All-New England; Week 7 Ivy League Honor Roll; Yale Lacrosse Association award (Christian Prince Memorial) for defensive MVP Sean Shakespeare Week 6 Ivy League Honor Roll Shane Thornton Week 8 Ivy League Honor Roll

WOMEN’S LACROSSE Nicole Daniggelis 2nd Team IWLCA All-Northeast Region; 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week (3/3); Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (3/31); Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week (4/14) Jen DeVito (Sr,) 2nd Team All- Ivy Christina Doherty Honorable Mention All-Ivy; Ivy League Co-Defensive Player of the Week (4/14) Erin McMullan Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (2/24); Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (3/3); Ivy League Co-Defensive Player of the Week (3/31) Adrienne Tarver 2nd Team All-Ivy Kallie Parchman Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S GOLF Sam Bernstein 2014 William Neely Mallory Award; Northeast Division I PING All-Region Team; Ivy League Player of the Year, 2nd Team All-Ivy, Academic All-Ivy William Davenport Northeast Division I PING All-Region Team Sean Gaudette Northeast Division I PING All-Region Team; 1st Team All-Ivy Joe Willis Northeast Division I PING All-Region Team; 2nd Team All-Ivy

WOMEN’S GOLF Elisabeth Bernabe ( Fr.) 1st Team All-Ivy Marika Liu 2nd Team All-Ivy Seo Hee Moon WCGA All-American Scholar Caroline Rouse WCGA All-American Scholar Shreya Ghei WCGA All-American Scholar Deanna Song WCGA All-American Scholar Sara Garmezy WCGA All-American Scholar Sandy Wongwaiwate WCGA AllAmerican Scholar

Ilana Usiskin 2nd Team All-Ivy; IRA All-Academic Austin Velte 2nd Team All-Ivy Eli Block IRA All-Academic Thomas Foster IRA All-Academic

WOMEN’S CREW Martha Cosgrove CRCA Scholar Athlete Christine Devlin CRCA Scholar Athlete Amina Edwards CRCA Scholar Athlete Kara Freeman CRCA Scholar Athlete Laura Grimbergen CRCA Scholar Athlete Kristjana Gudmundsson CRCA Scholar Athlete Maddie Lips CRCA Scholar Athlete; Academic All-Ivy Colleen Maher CRCA Scholar Athlete Claire Tolson CRCA 1st Team All-New England

WOMEN’S TRACK Amanda Snajder Academic All-Ivy

CO -ED SAILING Ian Barrows 1st Team NEISA All-New England Skipper Charlotte Belling 2nd Team NEISA AllNew England Crew Katherine Gaumond 2nd Team NEISA All-New England Crew Graham Landy 1st Team NEISA AllNew England skipper; Everett B. Morris Trophy for the Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year Meredith Megarry 2nd Team NEISA All-New England Crew Chris Segerblom 1st Team NEISA AllNew England Skipper

WOMEN’S SAILING Eugenia Custo Greig 1st Team NEISA All-New England Crew; ICSA Crew AllAmerica; Academic All-Ivy Marlena Fauer 2nd Team NEISA AllNew England Skipper Morgan Kiss 2nd Team NEISA All-New England Skipper Amanda Salvesen 1st Team NEISA AllNew England Crew

MEN’S HEAVYWEIGHT CREW Oliver Fletcher Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT CREW Alexander George 2nd Team All-Ivy Brendan Harrington 2nd Team All-Ivy Gregory Hawkins 2nd Team All-Ivy Brendan Kelleher 2nd Team All-Ivy Josh Mann 2nd Team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy; IRA All-Academic Matthew O’Donoghue 2nd Team AllIvy; IRA All-Academic Matthew Segal 2nd Team All-Ivy; IRA All-Academic

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Senior Awards William Neely Mallory Award

The William Neely Mallory Award is presented annually to a senior male student-athlete who represents the highest ideals of American sportsmanship and Yale tradition both on the field of play, and in life. In 2014, the award was presented to Sam Bernstein, member of the Men’s Golf team.

Sam Bernstein Highlights

• Two-time Ivy League Player of the Year 2013 & 2014 • All-Ivy League Honors all four years at Yale • 2011 Ivy League Rookie of the Year • First golfer to win the Mallory Award • Captain of 2014 Yale Men’s Golf team that finished second at the Ivy League Championship; averaged 71.9 for the year with a low round of 67 • Founded Harlem Children’s Zone Golf Program

Nellie Pratt Elliott Award

The Nellie Pratt Elliott Award goes to the senior woman whose excellence in the field of athletics and in her life at Yale best represents the ideals of sportsmanship and Yale tradition. It is awarded in memory of Nellie Pratt Elliott, assistant director of undergraduate admissions at Yale for 46 years. The 2014 recipient was Kendall Polan, member of the Volleyball team.

Kendall Polan Highlights

• Three-time Ivy League Player of the Year 2011-2013 • First Team All-Ivy League Honors all four years at Yale • 2010 Ivy League Rookie of the Year • Captain of 2013 Yale Volleyball Team; led the team to fourth consecutive Ivy League Championship

Thomas W. Ford ’42 Student-Athlete Community Outreach Award

The Ford Award, given annually to the male and female student-athletes who have demonstrated their commitment to strengthening the relationship between Yale Athletics and the New Haven community, is named in honor of Thomas W. Ford ‘42, who endowed the Yale Athletics Community Outreach Program in the fall of 1996. The 2014 recipients were Paige Decker, member of the Women’s Ice Hockey team, Jane Kozey, member of the Women’s Crew team, and Beau Palin, member of the Football team.

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Paige Decker Highlights

• Chair of Yale Athletics StudentAthlete Community Outreach Committee; helped organize annual youth days, Bulldog Buddies reading program, and annual holiday gift drive connecting Yale athletes with local youngsters • Helped organize White Out for Mandi fundraiser and Marrow Donor Registration Drive in memory of Mandi Schwartz ’10

Jane Kozey Highlights

• High school partipant then, starting 2011, coach Yale Community Rowing Program • Helped organize partnership with Roberto Clemente Leadership Academy

Beau Palin Highlights

• Assistant Director, WarriorScholar Project helping veterans transition to academia • Filmed, edited produced video for Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive • Squash Haven and Reach Out and Read Program volunteer

Kiphuth Student-Athlete Distinction Award

The Kiphuth Award is given to the male and female student-athletes who rank highest in scholarship and have earned two varsity awards. It is named in honor of DeLaney Kiphuth ‘41, M.A. ‘47, who served as Director of Athletics from 1954 through 1976. The 2014 winners were Brenda Seah of the Women’s Fencing team and Tucker Kocher of the Men’s Soccer team.

Brenda Seah Highlights

• Fenced epee and saber • Recipient Women’s Fencing team’s Corey Friedlander Award • Member Phi Beta Kappa

Tucker Kocher Highlights

• Starting defender until injured • Recipient Men’s Soccer team’s Jack Marshall award • Member Phi Beta Kappa

Meyer Humanitarian Award

The Meyer Award is named in honor of Molly Meyer, a nurse practitioner at Yale University Health Services who has addressed the health needs of student-athletes at Yale since 1975. The award is given each year to a varsity athlete in the senior class “whose character exemplifies selfless devotion along with compassion and concern for their team and the community at Yale and beyond.” In 2014 the award was presented to Kallie Parchman of the Women’s Lacrosse team and Pat Killian of the Men’s Swimming and Diving team.

Kallie Parchman Highlights

• Director of Outreach, WarriorScholar Project • High school student mentor, ReadySetLaunch • Leader, Athletes in Action • Morse College Sophomore Counselor

Pat Killian Highlights

• Volunteer, Yale Swim New Haven • Recipient 2014 Men’s Swimming and Diving team’s Phil Moriarity Prize • Winner 2013 Men’s Swimming and Diving team’s MacLeish Memorial Trophy

Brodhead Award Men’s Fencing

The Brodhead Award is named in honor of Richard H. Brodhead ‘68, Ph.D. ‘72, who served as Dean of Yale College from 1993 through 2004 and was on the faculty of the department of English for more than 30 years. The Yale Men’s Fencing team won the award for the highest team grade point average with a 3.73 cumulative average through the fall of 2013. The team had an Academic All-Ivy League selection in senior captain Cornelius Saunders, a global affairs/economics major. Saunders was one of 10 team members who qualified for NCAA Regionals. Two Bulldogs went on to compete at the NCAA National Championship, where the men’s and women’s teams combined to finish 12th.

Sports & Recreation Update The purpose of club and recreational sports at Yale is to fill the need for structured sport activities outside traditional Ivy League competition. Training and competing are complemented by student involvement in fundraising, organization, administration, budgeting, scheduling, and leadership. In 2013-2014 over forty teams competed under the banner of club and recreational sports.

Club Sports Highlights Men’s Basketball President/Captain: Kevin Kirk/Zachary Miles & Ezra Ritchin • Won Ivy League Tournament • Joined newly-formed NIRSA league • Won NIRSA Northeast Regional Tournament • Won 2014 NIRSA Club Basketball National Championship in Raleigh, NC to finish the season 26-3 overall

Cricket President/Captain: Suyash Bhagwat • Qualified for the North East regional championships for the first time ever • Resumed playing home matches after long hiatus

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee President/Captain: Matthew Antoszyk, Sagar Raju, Kevin Shain • Finished 3-1 at New England Open • Second place finish in Hudson Valley section • Despite postponement to finals weekend finished 2-2 at Regionals

Fishing President/Captain: Brent Lawson • Initiated fly tying class • Trout and salmon trips to Farmington, Shetucket, & Housatonic Rivers • Opening day at Migdalski Pond at the Yale Outdoor Education Center with alumni

Community Involvement Thomas W. Ford ’42 Community Outreach Programs

Established in 1996, the Ford Outreach Program is run by the Student-Athlete Community Outreach Committee (COC). The mission of the Ford Outreach Program is: • To bring Yale Athletics and Yale studentathletes into the New Haven community • To provide Yale student-athletes with the opportunity to become involved in community programs • To provide opportunities for community groups, organizations, and schools to attend Yale athletic events and utilize Yale’s athletic facilities and fields • To continue to develop new creative programs that benefit the New Haven community

Community Outreach Programs

BULLDOG BUDDIES Student-athletes visit a local elementary school weekly to help kids with homework and to play sports in the gym. BULLDOG PAWS (Pediatrics Alliance with Student-Athletes) pairs teams with pediatric patients. Teams “adopt” a child as a new teammate and develop a bond of mutual support and friendship between child and team. HOLIDAY GIFT-GIVING INITIATIVE Varsity teams sponsor families who can­not afford holiday presents and buy kids items on their wish lists. NEW HAVEN TENNIS OUTREACH (NHTO)

Intramurals Highlights

Indoor Climbing President/Captain: Joshua Cofsky & Riley Rice • Increased membership and fielded full roster at every local CCS competition • Placed sixth regionally with individual first place at Regional Championship

Skeet & Trap President/Captain: David Noetzel and Richard Riddle • Individual First place in Skeet at East Coast Championship • Individual First and Third place in Skeet at northeast regional tournament The Clay Cup •Individual Second in American Skeet at National Championship

Davenport College wrested the 2014 Tyng Cup from last year’s winner, 2nd place Trumbull College, with late Spring success. At the end of Fall Season perennial contender Jonathan Edwards (478) held the lead over 2nd place Davenport (422) and and 3rd place Trumbull (387). While Davenport (288) was humbled by 1st and 2nd place Branford (340) and Trumbull (330) during the Winter season, Jonathan Edwards (220) stumbled to 8th place. Davenport (289) left no doubt by dominating the Spring season, trimming 2nd place Branford (237) by over fifty points pushing them to 3rd place overall. Competition was more even in 2013-14 than ever as the relatively low winning score of 999 indicates. Even the 11th and 12th ranked colleges broke 300 points to best a low score under 200 last year. Tyng pride lives.

Members of the Yale Varsity Tennis teams mentor low-income students in grades 3-12 year-round, providing tennis instruction and one-on-one academic support. SPECIAL OLYMPICS UNIFIED SPORTS pairs kids with disabilities with “partners” on sports teams. Events include on-campus clinics, honoring Unified teams as guests at Yale events, helping at off-campus practices, and volunteering at tournaments SQUASH HAVEN A year-round, after-school program for New Haven youth to promote academic, athletic, and personal growth through a program of squash instruction and community service. YALE COMMUNITY ROWING Yale StudentAthletes and coaches teach local youth the sport of Crew at Yale’s Gilder Boathouse. YALE SWIM NEW HAVEN Members of the Men’s and Women’s swim teams teach kids how to swim every Saturday in the Spring. YOUTH DAYS Hundreds of youth come to Yale Athletic facilities to watch varsity teams compete as part of an entire day of studentathlete clinics, barbeques, face painting, and more. Fall Youth Day at the Yale Bowl continues to be the most well-attended outreach event of the year. 7

2013–14 Fundraising Results Thank you to all of our donors and volunteers who helped Yale Athletics to a strong finish in 2013-14.

In 2013-14:

Yale Athletics experienced its best-ever annual fundraising year, bringing in a total of $3.38 million in annual operating gifts · Our sport associations surpassed their combined gifts goal of $2.5 million by $400,000 · 11 out of 18 Associations met or exceeded their fundraising target · The endowment had a record year for new programmatic funds, providing an increase of $12.4 million in pledges and $5.1 million in cash

2013-14 Sport Specific Fundraising Highlights: • The Yale Lacrosse Association rallied to endow their program, raising $7.55 million in pledges – incredible! (see below) • The Yale Crew Association completed fundraising for two more head coaching endowments (see below) • The Yale Soccer Association has named the men’s coaching position – now both soccer coaching positions are endowed • The Yale Football Association held the largest single fundraising event in Yale Athletics history with their annual golf outing which raised over $100,0000 • The Yale Tennis Association raised its largest annual gift total in program history • The Yale Golf Association answered the call for the coaches’ needs for technology improvements, raising $25,000 over goal for new equipment

2013-14 by the Numbers:

Total Cash: $11,019,416 | Total Annual Cash: $3,379,667 NEW RECORD | No. of New Head Coach Endowments: 3 |

$3,229,878 NEW RECORD | Total Endowment Cash: $5,096,495 | $12,400,000 | No. of New Programmatic Endowments: 12 NEW RECORD

Total Annual Cash – Varsity Sports: Total Endowment Pledges:

Endowment Update Three New Coaching Endowments

in 2013-14

5k Corral Head Coach of Men’s Soccer Friends of YWC Head Coach of Women’s Crew Craig W. Johnson ’68 Head Coach of Heavyweight Crew

Record Twelve New Programmatic Endowments in 2013-14 (Previous record of 11 was set in 2012-13)

Yale Lacrosse Works to Endow Entire Program! In an incredible show of leadership, a group of Yale Lacrosse alumni has united to endow their programs. Donors have raised $7.95 million against a goal of $12.5 million to endow Yale Lacrosse. Joe Tsai ‘86 and his wife Clara Wu made the lead gift for the endowment and are joined by supporters Vincent J. ’98 and Clara Gillespie ’01 Ferraro, Ed and Susan R. ’87 Forst, Christine C. and Jason W. ’87 Reese, Barbara E. and Jonathan P. ’90 Reese, Brian M. ’85, ’92 J.D. and Jeannette S. Reilly, Caroline and David ’92 Ryan, David I. ’95 and Rebecca Vitas ’00 MBA Schamis,

David W. Schwartz ’87, and Timothy A. Steinert ’82, as well as several anonymous donors.

Women’s Crew.

annual giving.

This programmatic endowment goes a long way to ensuring that both Yale Lacrosse programs are able to recruit and retain top talent, have access to state of the art facilities and equipment, and have the flexible programmatic funds to meet and respond to needs as they arise. In short, it allows Yale Lacrosse to remain among the best programs in the Ivy League and in the country.

Sherry and Robert Reum ’64 Fund for Basketball Rick Kaminsky & Family Men’s Basketball Fund (in honor of Coach Joe Vancisin) Crews Endow Coaching Positions Yale Women’s Basketball In 2013-14, the women’s and heavyweight The heavyweight position was also an Excellence Fund crew alumni groups joined their lightweight incredible group effort. The majority counterparts by endowing head coaching of the $1.5 million goal came from the Yale Football Excellence Fund **Exciting News: positions. Three coaching endowments in generosity of the estate of Craig W. Yale Golf Excellence Fund With the addition two years – extraordinary news! Johnson ’68, for whom the position will Yale Hockey Excellence Fund of the Yale Softball be named. Loyal alumni stepped up to The women’s coaching position will now Excellence Fund, Yale Men’s Lacrosse Excellence fill the gap required to meet the naming all Yale Sports be known as The Friends of Yale Women’s Fund threshold. have at least Crew Head Coach. What began as a one endowment Yale Women’s Lacrosse $400,000 goal in honor of the program’s The expendable income from these funds fund working Excellence Fund 40th anniversary, recognized during a will be used to support the salary and to support the Anonymous Fund for Sailing annual operating weekend celebration in April, skyrocketed other directly related benefits of the Head budget in to over $1.5 million raised in just over two Coaches of Yale Crew, and will reduce Yale Softball Excellence Fund** perpetuity! years. This endeavor was a true team effort the overall operational expenses of the Yale Tennis Excellence Fund of over 100 alumnae and friends of Yale program that need to be funded through Women’s Class of 1987 Track Fund 8

2013 Blue Leadership Ball The Yale Athletic Department awarded the George H. W. Bush ’48 Lifetime of Leadership Award to five Yale alumni at the Blue Leadership Ball in New Haven the evening before the 2013 Yale/Harvard football game. The biennial gala honors Yale graduates for important contributions in his/her field following the example of the 41st President of the United States. Over 500 guests attended the flagship event that included a signature cocktail hour, a benefit auction, and a dessert cocktail reception. The highlight of the evening was a video presentation honoring the life and accomplishments of each award winner in their own words and through the eyes of their closest supporters. Bruce Alexander ’65 rowed Yale varsity lightweight crew. Since 1995 he has served Yale as Vice President and Director of New Haven and State Affairs and Campus Development. Before returning to Yale he spent 26 years with the Rouse Company in Maryland.

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn ’56 rowed on the 1956 Yale varsity crew that won the Olympic gold medal. A leading expert on heart disease, he has served the medical profession from combat surgeon to President of Staff and Member of the Board of Governors of the Cleveland Clinic to author of over 150 publications. Jerome Kenney ’63 played varsity football and lacrosse at Yale. He helped build Merrill Lynch into the largest fixed income and equities firm and premier investment-banking underwriter in the world as he rose to Vice Chairman. Since 2008 he has acted as senior adviser to BlackRock. Rear Admiral Richard Lyon ’45 was captain of the 1943 & 1944 Yale swim teams, setting a world record in 1943 with his teammates in the 400-yard freestyle relay and capturing

the 1944 NCAA team championship. He served 41 years in the Navy stationed around the world during his much-decorated career. In retirement, he was elected Mayor of Oceanside, CA and was a founder and Board President of Children’s Hospital Orange County. Patricia Melton ’83 was a track team standout and 1982 All-American. She is still Yale’s record-holder in the 400 meter hurdles. Melton is Executive Director of New Haven Promise, a scholarship program founded by the City of New Haven, Yale, and the Community Foundation. In her decorated career in Education she has been instrumental in the creation of nine K-12 schools and the reformation of educational policy in several states.

Facilities Update New Turf for Clint Frank Field Clint Frank Field, the home of JV Football and Yale Track & Field, received a new artificial field turf surface this year thanks to the generosity of leadership donors Peter and Mary Beth Oppenheimer P’14. Their son John was an All-Ivy player for the football team. The field, which was previously natural grass, now allows for safer practices, greater usage in inclement weather, and is a strong tool for recruiting. In addition, it allows for practice flexibility with other spring sports.

Yale Natatorium Project The Yale Corporation and Officers, working in conjunction with the Yale Swimming & Diving Association Steering Committee, announced plans to move forward with fundraising to renovate the pool at Payne Whitney Gym. While plans are still being finalized, the facility will include a 50-meter body of water, separate diving well and internal connection to the 50 meter pool on the 3rd floor of PWG. This exciting new facility will allow Yale to compete with the best programs in the Ivy League and beyond and will also serve the entire Yale community.

Johnson Field Gets New Turf In October 2012, we were thrilled to hear AD Tom Beckett announce to a room-full of field hockey players, their families, the coaching staff, and scores of field hockey alumnae that Yale would install a new, state-ofthe-art turf at Johnson Field in time for the 2013 season. While the 11-year-old green turf had seen many glorious contests, its time had come. So when we arrived on the Friday of our September 2013 alumnae weekend and were invited by Caroline Ruth Thompson ‘02 Head Coach of Field Hockey Pam Stuper to come to the team’s last practice before the Yale-Harvard game, we raced out of our cars to be the first to experience the new turf. And what a joy it was to see the team sending the ball back and forth on the sparkling, royal blue turf—a fitting addition to the sport we have been so proud to represent since its establishment as the first varsity women’s sport at Yale in 1972. – Lorraine Pratte Lewis ’78 and Jan Colarusso Seeley ’82

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Supporting Yale Athletics Yale Athletics would like to honor and recognize all those who support us in our pursuit of excellence. In the following pages, we recognize the dedication of the volunteer Association Board Members, as well as the generosity of all friends of Yale Athletics. Your support is crucial to the ongoing success of Yale teams. Thank you for all you do. As we honor the past, let us work to Move Forward Together!

Honor Roll of Association Leadership Volunteers Association Presidents Adam Barrick ‘06 Baseball Stephen B. Blum ‘74 Fencing Ed Brockner ‘01 Golf Lauren Burke ‘05 Volleyball Aileen Daly ‘01 Volleyball Ilona Emmerth ‘98 Golf Shoshanna Engel ‘03 Gymnastics James Ewing ‘99 Sailing Ted Ferrarone ‘98 Sailing Lisa Gollob Finke ‘87 Tennis Louisa Gerritz Garry ‘87 Track Kevin P. Genda ‘87 Soccer Kristen Gengaro ‘00 Softball Zerline Goodman ‘84 Squash Earl Graves ‘84 Basketball Anthony Guido ‘90 Lacrosse Heather Bentley Hunter ‘00 Lacrosse Daryl G. Jones ‘98 Ice Hockey Kristin Krebs-Dick ‘93 Swimming & Diving Larry E. Kreider, Jr. ‘69 Track Lorraine Lewis ‘78 Field Hockey Lauren Monahan ‘94 Ice Hockey Patrick Perry ‘89 Crew Patrick Ruwe, M.D. ‘83 Football Lindsay E. Sabel ‘03 Soccer Bill Sibold ‘89 Tennis Karen M. Yarasavage ‘87 Basketball

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Association Board Members Baseball Mr. Christopher G. Bade ‘91 Mr. Richard A. Bershtein ‘80 Mr. Keith Joseph Caggiano ‘97 Mr. Adam Paul Doherty ‘96 David J. Esposito, M.D. ‘90, ‘07 M.B.A. Mr. Robert J. Farnen ‘98 Mr. Matthew F. Fealey ‘06 Mr. Eric Naison-Phillips ‘03 Mr. Richard A. Perez ‘97 Mr. Justin Todd Walters ‘03

Sara H. Strauss, Esq. ‘82, ‘86 J.D. Ms. Emily Estey Taylor ‘01 Matthew Paul Taylor ‘00 Mr. James Thomas Vanasek ‘92 Mr. James A. Wade ‘59

Fencing

Mr. Rhett Walker Anderson ‘12 Mr. Brad W. Berger ‘77 Ms. Michelle Lynne Cashen ‘12 Mr. Stuart E. Davies ‘92 Mr. Peter Foley ‘84 John W. Gahan III, Esq. ‘70 Ms. Kathleen Matilda Grubbs ‘99 Ms. Angela Harris ‘84 Dr. Harriet W. Hopf ‘82 Mr. Mark Andrew Lovett ‘05 Mr. Frank A. Maturo ‘80 Mr. Robert Daniel C. Okonkwo ‘97 Ms. Susan M. Patton ‘88 Mr. Ted Joseph Smith ‘00 Mr. Charles Francis Vachris ‘61 Ms. Robin Lynn Verschneider ‘94 Bart H. Williams, Esq. ‘84, ‘87 J.D.

Dr. Andrew S. Baumel ‘88 Mr. W. Martin Bloomer ‘82, ‘83 M.A., ‘87 Ph.D. James Frederic Borin, M.D. ‘93, ‘97 M.D. Mr. George C. Bradley, Jr. ‘75 Ms. Cherie Chen ‘97 Ms. Margaret P.S. Church ‘95 Ms. Stacy Creamer ‘81 Mr. Sean P. Crotty ‘86 Mr. Peter Evan Devine ‘00, ‘04 J.D. Leslie G. Fagen, Esq. ‘71 Mr. Matthew C. Fragner ‘75 Mr. Corey Alan Friedlander ‘74 Ms. Nicole M. Gray ‘92, ‘98 M.A. Mr. Edgar Jay House ‘75 David H. Jacobson, M.D. ‘74 Col. Matthew Jones, Usmc ‘89 Kristaps J. Keggi, M.D. ‘55, ‘59 M.D. Mr. Carl W. Knobloch, Jr. ‘51 Mr. Wei-Tai Kwok ‘85 Wylie H. Levone, Esq. ‘92, ‘05 J.D. Ms. Sherry E. Marcy ‘74 M.P.H. Ms. Elizabeth E. Merritt ‘81 Mr. Timothy G. Mueller ‘85 Mr. James Hanover Rohrbach ‘05

Crew

Field Hockey

Basketball

Mr. William R. Becklean ‘58 Mr. Donald C. Bingham ‘95 Mr. Edward S. Burke ‘82 Mr. Eric M.T. Den Besten ‘97 Mr. H. Richter Elser ‘81 James Jerow Elting, M.D. ‘61 Stephen V. Flagg, M.D. ‘57 Mr. Michael Hard, Jr. ‘84 Mr. Brian G. Jamieson ‘91 Eugenia C. Kiesling, Ph.D. ‘78 Ms. Catherine M. Manley ‘92 Mr. Mark R Mannion ‘05 Ms. Margaret M. Mathews ‘79 Mr. James J. Millar ‘80 Ms. Jennifer L. Mogck ‘86 Mark A. Mongelluzzo, Esq. ‘96 Mr. George Montgomery ‘83 Mr. Andrew James Morley ‘01 Mrs. Ellen W. Jones-Nordell ‘88 Mr. Peter W. Nordell, Jr. ‘88 George W. Shuster, Esq. ‘67, ‘73 J.D. Ms. Ruth Kennedy Sudduth ‘83 Mr. Thomas Eliot Weil, Jr. ‘70 Mr. Thomas Wiegand ‘83

Cross Country and Track & Field Kenneth Marshall Andersen III ‘95 Mr. Timothy Bertaccini ‘77 Mr. Zachary Thomas Boisi ‘01 Mr. Hiran Cantu ‘89 Mr. William H. Cook ‘77 Ms. Kristen White de Paor ‘97 Mr. Earl S. Downing, 3d ‘71 Ms. Shannon Kathleen Duff ‘99, ‘05 M. B.A. Kimberly A. Fulton, M.D. ‘91 Mr. Ralph Ernst Haberli ‘00 Ms. Lisa Hintz ‘85 Mr. Murat Kayali ‘09 Mr. Christopher David Labosky ‘10 Mr. Robert A. Lesko ‘91 Mr. Richard J. MacDonald ‘72 Mr. Geoffrey S. Mearns ‘81 Mr. Jason L. Michel ‘91 Mr. Eric A. Seiff ‘55 Mr. Michael C. Stanley ‘54

Ms. Lindsay P. Acevedo ‘99 Ms. Emily M. Bateson ‘80 Dr. Cordelia W. Carter ‘98, ‘04 M.D. Ms. Elizabeth C. Gardner ‘01 Ms. Heidi E. Humphrey ‘75, ‘78 M.F.A. Ms. Alyssa K. Jethani ‘09 Ms. Anne F. Keating ‘77 Ms. Anne Louise Lehman Dillman ‘93 Ms. Heather M. Orrico ‘07 Mrs. Carol L. Roberts ‘81 Ms. Alison D. Rotondo ‘09 Ms. Taylor Anne Sankovich ‘12 Ms. Janet Colarusso Seeley ‘82 Ms. Mary Margaret Smeal ‘82

Football Mr. Brian A. Ameche ‘75 Mr. Robert B. Blanchard ‘61 Mr. Patrick Joseph Collins ‘04 Mr. Carm Cozza Mr. Fred C. Danforth ‘73 Mr. John E. Duncan ‘83 Mr. James M.J. Dunn ‘94 Mr. Alexander C. Faherty ‘06 Mr. John R. Ford ‘72 Mr. Jacob Merrit Fuller ‘00 Mr. Christopher M. Gaughan ‘91 Mr. Casey Gerald ‘09 Mr. Gregory J. Hall ‘77 Mr. Henry G. Higdon ‘63 Mr. Robert Dennis Kenney ‘67 Mr. Thomas A. Kokoska ‘82 Mr. John Theodore Lykouretzos ‘95 Mr. Christian P. Michalik ‘91 Mr. John F. Neary ‘91 Mr. John A. Pagliaro, Jr. ‘78 Mr. James F. Pilkerton IV ‘09 William G. Primps, Esq. ‘71 Mr. Jonathan P. Reese, Sr. ‘90 Mr. John P. Rogan ‘82 Mr. Donald F. Scharf ‘55 Mr. Joel E. Smilow ‘54 Robert J. Sokolowski, Esq. ‘69 Michael J. Tomana, Esq. ‘78 Mr. Bruce W. Weinstein ‘69 Mr. Gregory A. Weiss ‘66

Advisory Board Mr. Harris J. Ashton ‘54 Mr. Brian J. Dowling ‘69 Honorable John T. Downey ‘51 Mr. Gary Fencik ‘76 Mr. Thomas J. Giella ‘84 Mr. Richard M. Jauron ‘73 Mr. Robert D. Skoronski ‘79

Golf Mr. Louis Anthony Aurelio ‘01 Mr. Wayne Stephen Chambless ‘97 Dr. William H. Davenport P’15 Ms. Jordanna M. Davis ‘03 Mr. JC de Swaan ‘93 Mr. Thomas M. Ginakakis ‘09 Ms. Jane Goldman P’14 Dr. Don M. Greif ‘77 Mr. Tim Hellmuth 95 Mr. James C. Israel ‘90 Mr. Peter Kaufman 75 Mr. Daniel A. Levy ‘06 Dr. Benjamin H. Lewis P’14 Mr. Brian Patrick Pierce ‘96 Mr. Brian Thomas Regan ‘02 Ms. Katherine F. Renoff ‘99 Ms. Alyssa Michelle Roland ‘11 Ms. Chawwadee Rompothong ‘00 Mr. Steven Brant Rubin ‘02 Mr. Michael Salvagno Mr. Alan D. Seget 71 Ms. Stephanie Mindi Wei ‘05

Hockey Mr. J. Philip Clark ‘74 Mr. Paul E. Farren, Jr. ‘66 Ms. Regan E. Gilbride ‘07 Mr. Thomas B. Ketchum ‘72 Mr. William R. Matthews III ‘90 Mr. Matthew R. Nelson ‘09 Mr. John E. Ormiston III ‘71 Ms. Laurie C. Rousseau ‘98

Lacrosse Ms. Meredith A. Callahan ‘08 Mr. Peter A. Diminich ‘92 Ms. Clara W. Ferraro ‘01 Mr. Vincent J. Ferraro ‘98 Elizabeth Carpenter Gardner ‘01 Ms. Laura S. McCullough ‘97 Ms. Elinor Dwyer McKenna ‘78 Ms. Elizabeth D. McKenna ‘07 Mr. Brian John Mulholland ‘05 Ms. Elizabeth K. O’Donnell ‘97 Mr. Jason W. Reese ‘87 Mr. Jonathan P. Reese, Sr. ‘90 Mr. Brian M. Reilly ‘85, ‘92 J.D. Ms. Lisa Marie Reindl ‘05 Ms. Sharon Langhoff Robinson ‘96 Ms. Amy T. Sheehan ‘98

Sailing Mr. Peter A. Alarie ‘90 UGrd Mr. Henry H. Anderson, Jr. ‘43 Mr. George Kimball Atwood ‘92 Mr. Matthew C Barry ‘07 Mr. Thomas Beckett Mr. Mark R. Bellermann ‘87 Mr. Peter A. Bowe ‘78 Ms. Nicole Breault ‘94 Mr. Zachary Scott Brown ‘08 Ms. Molly E. Carapiet ‘06 Mr. H. Allan Carscaddon ‘91 Mr. David M. Coit ‘69 Ms. Abigail E. Coplin ‘08 Ms. Susan F. Daly ‘78 Mr. Henry P. Davison II ‘84 Mr. Norman L. Dawley ‘63 Mr. Arthur A. Diefendorf ‘57 Mr. Caleb Dorfman ‘09 Mr. Laurence W. Ehrhardt ‘90 Ms. Kendra C. Emhiser ‘07

Ms. Isabelle S. Kinsolving Farrar ‘02 Ms. Elizabeth Cleveland Fenzel ‘01 Ms. JJ Fetter ‘85 Mr. John J. Flynn ‘00 Mr. Timothy Ford Mr. Dwight L. Gertz ‘73 Mr. William E. Gladstone ‘79 Mr. Arthur C. Gleason ‘93 Mrs. Louise Gleason ‘91 Mr. Michael E. Gooch-Breault ‘92 Ms. Lisa H. Gosselin ‘84 Ms. Emily C. Hill ‘07 Mr. Stanley K. Honey ‘78 Mr. Robert H. Hopkins, Jr. ‘81 Ms. Jennifer Burlingame Hoyle ‘05, ‘10 M.E.M. Mr. Mike Yue Huang ‘96, ‘05 M. B.A. Mrs. Suzanne E. Huminski ‘91 Mr. Peter F. Isler ‘78 Ms. Meredith Christine Killion ‘05 Mr. Arthur Berard Kinsolving ‘03 Mr. Martin Kits Van Heyningen ‘81 Ms. Elizabeth Lucile Kratzig ‘96 Ms. Harriet Rogers Linskey ‘82 Ms. Catherine Hyde Littlefield ‘04 Mr. George F. Malcolmson II ‘03 Mr. Lawrence Matthews Mr. Harry Eben Mattison ‘94 Ms. Elizabeth F. McCance ‘89 Mr. Jonathan D. McKee ‘83 Mr. Stuart Pfeiffer McNay ‘05 Ms. Marla Menninger ‘10 Mr. David M. Murphy ‘86 Mr. H. Coleman Norris ‘53 Mr. David B. Perry ‘77 Mr. Patrick T. Seaver ‘72 Mr. Karl David Seibert ‘99 Mr. Ezra Charles Smith ‘95 Mr. Wallace J. Stenhouse, Jr. ‘49 Mr. Stephen E. Taylor ‘73 Mr. David B. Vietor ‘63 Mr. Richard R. Vietor ‘64 Mr. Dana Forbes Worth ‘04

Skillman (Squash) Mr. Sharyar Aziz ‘74 Ms. Alia Shan Aziz ‘10 Mr. Sharyar Aziz Jr. ‘10 Ms. Diana Betteridge P’14 Ms. Natalie Yates Cacciato ‘82 Mr. William J.C. Carlin, Jr. ‘85 Mr. Thomas A. Clayton ‘89, ‘94 J.D. Mr. James L. Dowd Quincy Campbell Fennebresque ‘04 Ms. Tracy Ball Greer ‘81 Mr. William B. Harrison P’15 Ms. Melissa P. Hirsch ‘89 Mr. Jeffrey L. Kahle ‘84 Mr. Naishadh Lalwani ‘11 Ms. Emily Ash Lungstrum ‘95 Mr. Benton S. Moyer ‘64 Mr. William J. Mulrow ‘78 Mr. John B. Musto ‘91 Ms. Rhetta Nadas ‘12 Mr. Devraj Roy ‘98 Mr. Theodore P. Shen ‘66, HON 01, P99 Mr. Michael B. Solovay ‘81 Advisory Board Mr. Henry Chauncey, Jr. ‘57, ‘71 M.A.H. Mr. A. Carter Fergusson ‘45W Mr. Samuel P. Howe III ‘60 Mr. Charles C. Kingsley ‘59 Ms. Elizabeth P. Munson ‘78 Ms. Margaret Yates Thorne ‘77

Soccer Mr. Dwight Von Yves Angelini ‘97 Edward L. Barlow ‘56, ‘64 LL.B. Mr. Harry S. Gruner ‘81 Mr. Alexander A. Guzinski ‘09 Mr. Charles Jacob Paris ‘12

Mr. Timothy B. Pirrung ‘76 Mr. Samuel B. Powers ‘98 Mr. Jens Peter Sawkins ‘85 Mr. Steven A. Seidman ‘87 Mr. Douglas Edward Spelman Jr. ‘99 Mr. Adam James Sullins ‘96 Mr. Brian Stuart Weinstein ‘96

Swimming & Diving Mr. Nathaniel M. Cartmell III ‘73 Stephen E. Clark, Esq. ‘65 Ms. Jennifer Deason ‘97 Mr. Jeremy Simon Fain ‘99 Mr. Michael Charles Faro ‘93 Melanie A. Ginter ‘78, ‘81 M.S. Mr. Robert C. Hazlett III ‘87 David W. Hershey, M.D. ‘62 Ms. Katherine Kline Ivers ‘99 Mr. David P. Jacobs ‘90 Ms. Alexandra S. Jones ‘08 Mr. Todd P. Kaplan ‘86 Ms. Alexis L. Katz ‘95 Ms. Susan Da Kim ‘10 Ms. Athena Siye Akiko Liao ‘12 Mr. Mark E. Loftis ‘83 Mr. W. Taylor Macdonald ‘77 Ms. Andrea Pollard Martin ‘92 Ms. Moira C. McCloskey ‘07 Matthew H. Meade, Esq. ‘87 Ms. Lisa O. Rapuano ‘88 Mr. Thomas Vincent Stebbins ‘96 Ms. Casey D. Whalen Sellers ‘96 Mr. Brendan G. Woo ‘08

Tennis Ms. Christine Joanne Alford ‘07 Mr. William D. Benjes III ‘88 Donald L. Dell, Esq. ‘60 Ms. Barbara Ellis ‘00 Mr. Matthew I. Feldman ‘06 Mr. Alberto Franco, Jr. ‘82 Mr. David A. Gollob ‘90 Ms. Kathleen D. Haigood ‘82 Mr. Thomas Ferguson Hartch ‘63 Mr. Todd N. Khoury ‘87 Ms. Cynthia Yukie Kuragami ‘95 Ms. Meghan R. McMahon ‘87 Ms. Lauren Muehl Munfa ‘01 Ms. Deborah C. Peck, Esq. ‘77 Mr. Cameron B. Ragen ‘90 Mr. Shane Read ‘86 Ms. Jennifer M. Ritz ‘90 Mr. Gregory Todd Royce ‘01 Mr. Alan Gifford Schwartz ‘52 Mr. Aleksanteri O. Seppala ‘93 Ms. Diane Straus Tucker ‘73 Mr. Mark J. Warnken ‘98 Mr. Martin C. Wostenholme ‘84

Volleyball Ms. Lauren E. Burke ‘05 Ms. Catherine Anne Dailey ‘10 Ms. Colette FitzGerald Chambers ‘01 Ms. Anne S. Forrest ‘79 Ms. Allison F. Kaptur ‘09 Ms. Susanna E. Krentz ‘80 Ms. Christen M. Paluf ‘06 Ms. Ally M. Mendenhall ‘09 Ms. Nicole Tiffany Perkins ‘08 Ms. Celia Neiman Rodrigues ‘81 Ms. Erica Rose Tarin ‘00

Donors

(July 1, 2012–June 30, 2013) Includes cash gifts of $1,000+ to all athletic accounts

Ivy Championship Club ($10,000+) 1948 Mr. Wilson Nolen ‘48 1949 Mr. William E. Conway ‘49 1953 Mr. Lyle E. Brundage ‘53 1954 Mr. Harris J. Ashton ‘54 Mr. Richard Gilder ‘54, ‘07 L.H.D.H. Mr. Irving F. Jensen, Jr. ‘54 Mr. Charles B. Johnson ‘54 Mr. Russell S. Reynolds, Jr. ‘54 Mr. Joel E. Smilow ‘54 1955 Mr. Donald F. Scharf ‘55 1956 Mr. Joseph C. McNay ‘56 1957 Mr. Colin C. Jensen ‘57 1958 Mr. John P. Bent, Jr. ‘58 Mr. Thomas B. Wheeler ‘58 1961 Mr. Brian R. Kenney ‘61 Ronald W. O’Connor, M.D. ‘61 Mr. Howard A. Will, Jr. ‘61 1962 Mr. Earl M. Smith ‘62 1963 Mr. Erik MacFarlane Jensen ‘63 Mr. Jerome P. Kenney ‘63 Mr. Neil L. Thompson ‘63 1964 Mr. Christopher Getman ‘64 Mr. Dennis P. Lynch ‘64 1965 Mr. Bruce D. Alexander ‘65, ‘98 M.A.H. 1966 Mr. J. Frederick Berg, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Benjamin W. Partridge IV ‘66 1967 Mr. Mark R. Jensen ‘67 1968 Mr. Roland W. Betts ‘68, ‘99 M.A.H. Mr. John G. Brim ‘68 Mr. Jeremy F. Kinney ‘68 1969 Kenneth L. Davis, M.D. ‘69 Mr. Paul J. Fox ‘69 1970 Mr. Stephen D. Greenberg ‘70 Mr. Christopher T. Seaver ‘70 1971 Mr. Preston G. Athey ‘71 Stephen A. Cushner, M.D. ‘71 1972 Mr. John S. Lapides ‘72 Francis J. Menton, Jr., Esq. ‘72 Mr. Patrick T. Seaver ‘72 1973 Mr. Alexander M. Cutler ‘73 1974 Mr. Sharyar Aziz ‘74 Mr. Stephen B. Blum ‘74 Mr. Christopher S. White ‘74 1975 Mr. Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. ‘75 1976 Mr. F. James Neil, Jr. ‘76 1977 Mr. William Adams IV ‘77 & Mrs. Elisabeth L. Adams ‘78 1978 Mrs. Elisabeth L. Adams ‘78 & Mr. William Adams IV ‘77 Professor Lynn A. Baker ‘78, ‘85 J.D. Ms. Melanie A. Ginter ‘78, ‘81 M.S. 1979 Mr. William C. Kunkler III ‘79

Platinum Club

The Platinum Club recognizes donors who have made a gift of $20,000+ or established a new endowment for Yale Athletics in 2013–14. In addition to sports-specific benefits, members of this club receive a platinum pass which grants them access to hospitality at any home contest.

Yale Athletics would like to recognize the following 2013-14 members of the Platinum Club. We thank you for your leadership and dedication. Anonymous Mr. William E. Conway ‘49 Mr. Richard Gilder ‘54 , ‘07 L.H.D.H. Mr. Irving F. Jensen, Jr. ‘54 Mr. Russell S. Reynolds, Jr. ‘54 Mr. John P. Bent, Jr. ‘58 Mr. Thomas B. Wheeler ‘58 Ronald W. O’Connor, M.D. ‘61 Mr. Jerome P. Kenney ‘63 Mr. Neil L. Thompson ‘63 Mr. Christopher Getman ‘64 Robert I. Kaminsky, M.D. ‘64 Mr. Dennis P. Lynch ‘64 Mr. W. Robert Reum ‘64 & Ms. Sherry G. Milliken Reum Mr. Bruce D. Alexander ‘65 , ‘98 M.A.H. Mr. Benjamin W. Partridge IV ‘66 Mr. Roland W. Betts ‘68 , ‘99 M.A.H. Mr. Christopher T. Seaver ‘70 Mr. Preston G. Athey ‘71 Mr. John S. Lapides ‘72 Mr. Patrick T. Seaver ‘72 Mr. Alexander M. Cutler ‘73 Mr. Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. ‘75 Mr. David Swensen ’76 M.A., ’78 M. Phil., ’80 Ph.D. & Ms. Meghan R. McMahon ‘87 Mr. William Adams IV ‘77 & Mrs. Elisabeth L. Adams ‘78 Professor Lynn A. Baker ‘78 , ‘85 J.D. Mr. William C. Kunkler III ‘79 Ms. Virginia A. Gilder ‘80 Mr. Timothy A. Steinert ‘82 Eric P. Suan, M.D. ‘82 , ‘82 M.S., ‘86 M.D. Mr. Timothy P. Bradley ‘83 Ms. Kathleen D. LaPorte ‘83 Mr. George G. Montgomery ‘83 Mr. J. Peter Foley, Jr. ‘84 1980 Ms. Virginia A. Gilder ‘80 Mr. Charles W. Goodyear IV ‘80, ‘11 M.A.H. Mr. Gary M. Lawrence ‘80 Mr. Clark J. McCombe ‘80 1981 Mr. S. Kenneth Kannappan ‘81 Mrs. Carol L. Roberts ‘81 Mr. Michael B. Solovay ‘81 1982 Ms. Mary Margaret Smeal ‘82 Eric P. Suan, M.D. ‘82, ‘82 M.S., ‘86 M.D. 1983 Mr. Timothy P. Bradley ‘83 Ms. Kathleen D. LaPorte ‘83 Ms. Bonnie L. Messing ‘83 Mr. George G. Montgomery ‘83 Mr. Richard J. Williams ‘83 1984 Mr. J. Peter Foley, Jr. ‘84 Mr. Earl G. Graves, Jr. ‘84 Mr. Douglas C. Markel ‘84 Mr. David B. Williams ‘84 The Rev. Susan Cavanagh Wyper ‘84, ‘08 M.Div. & Mr. George U. Wyper ‘84 M.B.A. 1985 Mr. Martin E. Martinson ‘85 Mr. Brian M. Reilly ‘85, ‘92 J.D. 1986 Mr. Charles A. Gately ‘86 Mr. Todd P. Kaplan ‘86 Ms. Jennifer L. Mogck ‘86 1987 Mrs. Susan R. Forst ‘87 & Mr. Edward C. Forst

Prof. A. Sharon Hamby O’Connor ‘84 M.E.S. The Rev. Susan Cavanagh Wyper ’84, ’08 M.Div & Mr. George U. Wyper ’84 M.B.A. Mr. Brian M. Reilly ‘85, ‘92 J.D. & Ms. Jeannette S. Reilly Ms. Jennifer L. Mogck ‘86 Mrs. Susan R. Forst ‘87 & Mr. Edward C. Forst Mr. Kevin P. Genda ‘87 & Ms. Karen M. Yarasavage ‘877 Mr. Jason W. Reese ‘87 & Ms. Christine C. Reese Mr. David W. Schwartz ‘87 Mr. Joshua L. Steiner ‘87 Ms. Carolyn Ballan Wasserman ‘87 Ms. Rosemary McNicholas Ryan ‘88 & Mr. Michael D. Ryan ‘89 Ms. Jennifer Gale Mantzaris ‘89 Mr. David John Thompson ‘89 & Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson ‘89 Mr. Jonathan P. Reese, Sr. ‘90 & Ms. Barbara E. Reese Mr. David C. Ryan ‘92 & Ms. Caroline Ryan Mr. David I. Schamis ‘95 & Ms. Rebecca Vitas Shamis ‘00 M.B.A. Mr. Vincent J. Ferraro ‘98 & Ms. Clara Gillespie Ferraro ‘01 Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Belling P’11, P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Garrett M. Moran P’11, P’17 Mr. & Mrs. William B. Harrison P’13, P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Douglas I. Ostrover P’14, P’17 Dr. Andrei Schleifer & Ms. Nancy Zimmerman P’15 Mr. & Mrs. George T. DeVries III P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony C. O’Reilly P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Farzad A. Rastegar P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel B. Sunshine

Mr. Kevin P. Genda ‘87 & Ms. Karen M. Yarasavage ‘87 Ms. Meghan R. McMahon ‘87 & Mr. David Swensen ‘76 M.A., ‘78 M. Phil., ‘80 Ph.D. Mr. Thomas R. Mercein ‘87 Mr. Jason W. Reese ‘87 & Ms. Christine C. Reese Mr. David W. Schwartz ‘87 Mr. Joshua L. Steiner ‘87 Ms. Carolyn Ballan Wasserman ‘87 1988 Mr. William D. Benjes III ‘88 & Dr. Lori Steinberg Benjes ‘89 Mr. Peter W. Nordell, Jr. ‘88 & Mrs. Ellen W. Jones-Nordell ‘88 Ms. Rosemary McNicholas Ryan ‘88 & Mr. Michael D. Ryan ‘89 1989 Dr. Lori Steinberg Benjes ‘89 & Mr. William D. Benjes III ‘88 Ms. Lara R. Constable ‘89 Ms. Jennifer Gale Mantzaris ‘89 Mr. Michael D. Ryan ‘89 & Ms. Rosemary McNicholas Ryan ‘88 Mr. David John Thompson ‘89 & Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson ‘89 1990 Mr. Mark A. Eidemueller ‘90 Mr. Jonathan P. Reese, Sr. ‘90 & Ms. Barbara E. Reese 1991 Mr. Robert A. Lesko ‘91 & Dr. Sarah E. Lesko ‘91 Mr. Christian P. Michalik ‘91 & Dr. Kimberly A. Fulton ‘91

1993 Mr. Joshua Gordon Dick ‘93 & Ms. Kristin E. Krebs-Dick ‘93 1994 Mr. Anthony Joseph Brigode ‘94 1995 Mr. David I. Schamis ‘95 & Ms. Rebecca Vitas Shamis ‘00 M.B.A. 1996 Mr. Scott James Robinson ‘96 & Ms. Sharon Langhoff Robinson ‘96 2004 Mr. David Bradley Hathaway ‘04 PARENTS Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Belling P’11, P’16 Mr. John N. Fulham III P’11 Mr. & Mrs. Garrett M. Moran P’11, P’17 Mr. & Mrs. William B. Harrison P’13, P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Eric C. Fast P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Oppenheimer P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Douglas I. Ostrover P’14, P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Ratchford P’14, P’17 Dr. Andrei Schleifer & Ms. Nancy Zimmerman P’15 Mr. & Mrs. George T. DeVries III P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony C. O’Reilly P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Farzad A. Rastegar P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Mark X. Hayden P’17 FRIENDS OF YALE Anonymous Mr. Ralph Ferrante Mr. Henry Harutunian Prof. A. Sharon Hamby O’Connor ‘84 M.E.S. Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel B. Sunshine Walter S. Johnson Foundation

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Supporting Yale Athletics (continued) Eli Club ($5,000 –$9,999) 1955 Kristaps J. Keggi, MD ‘55, ‘59 M.D. 1956 Mr. George L. Unhoch, Jr. ‘56 1957 Mr. Vernon R. Loucks, Jr. ‘57, ‘79 M.A.H. 1958 Mr. James D. Darby, Jr. ‘58 Mr. J. Callender Heminway, Jr. ‘58 1959 Mr. John C. Wellemeyer ‘59 1960 Mr. John A. Hazelwood ‘60 Mr. Edward Warren Stahl II ‘60 1963 Mr. Coleman P. Burke ‘63 Mr. Henry G. Higdon ‘63 1966 Mr. Thomas James McCaffrey ‘66 Mr. Robert W. Riordan ‘66 1967 The Honorable George Pataki ‘67 1971 Adele P. Edgerton, Esq. ‘71 Mr. Robert P. Ufer ‘71 1972 Mr. Thomas B. Ketchum ‘72 1973 Mr. Fred C. Danforth ‘73 1974 Tom A. Bernstein, Esq. ‘74, ‘77 J.D. Mr. J. Philip Clark ‘74 Mr. Bruce A. Featherstone ‘74 Mr. Jeffrey Q. Smith ‘74 1975 J. Kenneth Burkus, M.D. ‘75, ‘79 M.D. 1977 Mr. Brad W. Berger ‘77 Mrs. Margot Tweedy Egan ‘77 Mr. Gregory J. Hall ‘77 Mr. David O. Leiwant ‘77 1978 Mr. Keith A. Bassi ‘78 Mr. Michael J. Cromwell III ‘78 Ms. Elinor Dwyer McKenna ‘78 1979 Ms. Paula J. Collins ‘79 William C. Crowley, Esq. ‘79, ‘85 J.D. Mr. James A. McNair ‘79 Mr. Robert D. Skoronski ‘79 1980 Mr. Joseph Andrew Jolson ‘80 1981 Mr. Harry S. Gruner ‘81 Mr. Joseph C. Pratt ‘81 1982 Mr. Edward S. Burke ‘82 Kevin R. Czinger, Esq. ‘82, ‘87 J.D. 1983 Dr. Ivor Benjamin ‘83, ‘83 M.S. Mark I. Block, M.D. ‘83, ‘87 M.D. Mr. David A. Messer ‘83 Patrick Alan Ruwe, M.D. ‘83, ‘87 M.D. Mr. David A. Tewksbury ‘83 Mr. Christopher T. Usher ‘83 1984 Ms. Nancy Marx Better ‘84 Mr. John A. Biek ‘84 Mr. John G. Coumantaros ‘84 Mr. Michael W. Hard, Jr. ‘84 Mr. William L. Jacob III ‘84 Mr. Kevin P. Kalinich ‘84 Mr. Gerard P. Parker ‘84 Mr. Mark K. Vitelli ‘84 Bart H. Williams, Esq. ‘84, ‘87 J.D. 1985 Mr. Richard D. Calder, Jr. ‘85 & Ms. Laurie Finneran Calder ‘85 Mr. Paul D. Farrell ‘85, ‘85 M.A. Mr. Clifford R. Gross ‘85 Ms. Lisa Hintz ‘85 Mr. Sareet Majumdar ‘85 1986 Mr. David M. Murphy ‘86 Joseph C. Tsai, Esq. ‘86, ‘90 J.D. 1987 Mr. Steven A. Seidman ‘87 1988 Mr. Adam T. Puritz ‘88 Ms. Lisa O. Rapuano ‘88

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Mr. Robin P. Selati ‘88 1989 Mr. Anderson Hays Cooper ‘89 Mr. Andrew Edward Kress ‘89 Ms Susan Cullina McSwain ‘89 Mr. G. Todd Milne ‘89 1990 Mr. Bruce A. Bottorff ‘90 Mr. James C. Israel ‘90 Michael A. Parentis, M.D. ‘90 1991 Mr. Christopher M. Gaughan ‘91 Mr. Jason L. Michel ‘91 1992 Mr. Mark T. DeAngelis ‘92 Mr. Stephen Michael Johnson ‘92 Mr. Edward Douglas Perks ‘92 Mr. Richard G. Phillips, Jr. ‘92 1993 Mr. John Almeida, Jr. ‘93 Mr. Kevin Lewis Hill ‘93 Ms. Julie Turaj ‘93 & Mr. Robert Scott Pohly ‘94 Mr. Andrew Russell Walker ‘93 1994 Mr. Sean Fitzgerald ‘94 Mr. Stephen Marcel Griesemer ‘94 Mr. Thomas Egils Katis ‘94 Mr. Robert Scott Pohly ‘94 & Ms. Julie Turaj ‘93 Mr. Douglas Welcome Tansey ‘94 1996 Mr. Kristopher Noel Kristynik ‘96 Mr. Michael Stephen Yoshino ‘96 1997 Mr. Jonathan Brian Levinson ‘97 Mr. William Jacob Van Wyk III ‘97 1998 Mr. Gregg W. Brody ‘98 David M. Freccero, M.D. ‘98 1999 Mr. Joseph R. Cusimano ‘99 & Mrs. Sara Ellen Cusimano ‘99 Mr. Joseph John Montesano ‘99 2000 Mr. Michael R. DiYanni ‘00 2004 Ms. Francesca Costa Gardner ‘04 Mr. Andrew Skiles Rosenfeld ‘04, ‘04 M.A. 2005 Mr. Stephen Alexander Ramsay ‘05 PARENTS Mr. & Mrs. David F. Thomas P’08, P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. Betteridge P’14 Mr. & Ms. John S. Craft P’14 Mr. & Ms. Frederick C. Dunlap P’14 Mr. & Ms. Jonathan W. Fauer P’14 Mr. John W. McMahon P’14, P’15 Mr. Michael E. Reed & Ms. Camille E. Olson P’16 Mr. Thomas M. Patton P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. WynneGriffith P’17 FRIENDS OF YALE Anonymous Mr. Adam D. Perlmutter Mr. Davis B. Yetman ‘91 M.B.A.

Head Coaches Club ($2,500 –$4,999) 1941 Everett Fisher, Esq. ‘41, ‘48 LL.B. 1949 Mr. R. Kemerer Edwards ‘49 1951 Grant D. Esterling ‘51, ‘54 LL.B. 1953 Mr. Earl J. Rusnak, Jr. ‘53 1954 Mr. Christopher A. Forster ‘54 Mr. Mason Willrich ‘54 1956 Mr. Henry B. Schacht ‘56, ‘88 M.A.H. 1957 Stephen V. Flagg, M.D. ‘57 1959 Mr. Lauren S. Williams ‘59 1961 Benjamin F. Balme, M.D. ‘61, ‘66 M.D.

1962 Mr. Marshall Hamilton ‘62 1963 Mr. Vincent Monte-Sano ‘63 1965 Mr. Matthew A. Baxter, Jr. ‘65 Mr. Mel A. Shaftel ‘65 1966 Mr. Thomas C. Israel ‘66 Mr. Gregory A. Weiss ‘66 1967 Mr. Richard T. Grote ‘67 Mr. Robert Dennis Kenney ‘67 1968 Mr. Glenn H. Greenberg ‘68 Howard S. Kroop, M.D. ‘68 Hugh R. McCombs, Esq. ‘68 H. R. Stroube III, Esq. ‘68 1969 Mr. Lawrence E. Kreider, Jr. ‘69 1971 William G. Primps, Esq. ‘71 1973 Joyce A. Majure, M.D. ‘73 Mr. L. Randall Yates ‘73 1974 Mr. Leroy J. Watkins, Jr. ‘74 Mr. Gregory J. Wiber ‘74 1975 Mr. Bryan F. Smith, Jr. ‘75 1976 Mr. Gary Fencik ‘76 Mr. Michael N. Grimbergen ‘76 Mr. Robin W. Michel ‘76 Mr. W. Mason Rees, Jr. ‘76 Mr. Stephen G. Woodsum ‘76 1977 Mr. Timothy Bertaccini ‘77 Ms. Anne R. Lovett ‘77 1978 Mr. Charles R. Carpenter ‘78 Eugenia C. Kiesling, Ph.D. ‘78 Ms. Lorraine P. Lewis ‘78 Ms. Elizabeth P. Munson ‘78 1979 Ms. Nancy L. Cahill ‘79 Ms. Margaret M. Mathews ‘79 Mr. Brian A. Matthews ‘79 Mr. Mark L. Noetzel ‘79 Mr. Frank G. Paci ‘79 1980 Mr. Richard A. Bershtein ‘80 Mr. James J. Millar ‘80 Mr. John B. Reichenbach ‘80 1981 Ms. Lisa E. Brummel ‘81 Mr. James M. Coombe ‘81 Mr. Mark M. Sexton ‘81 1982 Mr. Mark J. Hammersmith ‘82 Joseph E. Mumford, M.D. ‘82 Mr. John P. Rogan ‘82 Sara H. Strauss, Esq. ‘82, ‘86 J.D. Andrew E. Tomback, Esq. ‘82, ‘86 J.D. 1983 Mr. William W. Funderburk, Jr. ‘83 Mr. Robert A. Mackie ‘83 1984 Mr. Joshua Elon Chernoff ‘84 & Ms. Julie Singer Chernoff ‘84 Mr. Thomas J. Giella ‘84 Mr. Jeffrey L. Kahle ‘84 Mr. Stephen M. Tsai ‘84 1985 Dr. Beverly H. Ortiz ‘85 1986 Mr. Daniel H. Bromberg ‘86 Mr. Joseph B. DeNicola ‘86, ‘96 M.E.S. John B. Morrell, Ph.D. ‘86 Mr. Scott A. Webster ‘86 1987 Mr. Steven D. Atlee ‘87 & Ms. Elizabeth Eckhardt Atlee ‘87 Ms. Julia B. Bates ‘87 Mr. John M. Miles ‘87 1988 Mr. Scott K. Giese ‘88 1989 Mr. Devon Jerome Baranski ‘89 Mr. Derek Chang ‘89 Dr. Ronald Lewis ‘89 Matthew A. Lieberman, Esq. ‘89, ‘94 J.D.

Mr. Patrick S. Perry ‘89 Mr. William J. Sibold ‘89 1990 Mr. Bryan R. Martin ‘90 1991 Mr. Daniel V. DeBonis II ‘91 Mr. Mark W. French ‘91 Mr. Robert E. Michalik ‘91 Mr. John F. Neary ‘91 Kristan A. Pierz, M.D. ‘91 Mr. William M. Shields ‘91 1992 Mr. Everett Fraser Hutt ‘92 Mr. Clayton R. Simmers II ‘92 Mr. Scott William Wagner ‘92 1993 Mr. Charles Thomas Foley ‘93 Ms. Katherine Beinecke Michel ‘93 1994 Dr. Brian G. Choi ‘94 Mr. James M.J. Dunn ‘94 Mr. Kareem Mohamed Serageldin ‘94 1995 Garrick A. Cox, M.D. ‘95 Mr. John Theodore Lykouretzos ‘95 Mr. Adam John Shapiro ‘95 1996 Mr. David McKee Hand ’96 & Dr. Mara C. McAdams ‘96 Mr. Benton Sykes Moyer ‘96 1997 Robert M. Masella, M.D. ‘97 Mr. Nader Ken Rizvi ‘97 1998 Mr. Seth A. Brody ‘98 Mr. Gabriel S. Hunterton ‘98 Mr. Samuel B. Powers ‘98 Mr. Devraj Roy ‘98 Mr. Dylan C. Tornay ‘98 Mr. Daniel K. Vining ‘98 1999 Ms. Carla Patricia Shen ‘99 2000 Mr. Ralph Ernst Haberli ‘00 Ms. Susannah H. Vining ‘00 2001 Mr. Gregory Todd Royce ‘01 Mr. A. Shea Treadway ‘01 2002 Mr. Patrick Walsh Dennis ‘02 & Ms. Kara N. Dennis ‘02 Mr. Andrew Carlisle Homan ‘02 2003 Mr. Derek W.F. Leung ‘03 2004 Mr. Ronald Joseph Vaccaro ‘04 Mr. David Alexander Vavrichek ‘04 Mr. Arnold S. Kang ‘05 2017 Lydia P. Keating ‘17 PARENTS Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Newhouse P’79, P’85 Mr. James L. Dowd P’08, P’12, P’15 Mr. & Mrs. David B. Root, Jr. P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Adrian H. Tolson P’14 Ms. Catherine L. Demmerle P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Doherty P’15 Dr. Steven and Dr. Dana Krumholz P’15 Mr. & Ms. Dennis R. Mullins P’15 Ms. Barbara A. Petroulis P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. SchlesierJr. P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Steven S. Wagner P’15 Dr. Andrew & Dr. Ann McGinn P’16 Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Q. Reeves P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Rubino P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Harm Scherpbier P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Schwartz P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Colin P. Shepherd P’17 FRIENDS OF YALE K. Eugene Shutler, Esq. ‘63 LL.B.

Captains Club ($1,000 –$2,499) 1941 Mr. Robert W. Halliday ‘41 1944 Mr. Richard P. Cooley ‘44

1945W Mr. Peter Van Ness Philip ‘45W Mr. Thomas B. Smith II ‘45W, ‘47 Mr. John W. Soper ‘45W 1949 Mr. William E. Curran, Jr. ‘49 Mr. W. James Price, IV ‘49 1950 Mr. William H. Draper III ‘50 Mr. Gregory C. Gates ‘50 Mr. Allen R. Perrins ‘50, ‘52 M.Eng., ‘56 D.Eng. Mr. Richard Phelps ‘50 1951 Mr. Walter H. Clemens ‘51 Mr. Henry Ott-Hansen ‘51 Mr. Putney Westerfield ‘51 1952 Mr. Harry W. Havemeyer ‘52 Mr. J. Wright Rumbough, Jr. ‘52 1953 Mr. Robert G. Brown ‘53 Mr. Jonathan J. Bush ‘53 Mr. William R. Handelman ‘53 Mr. Dan W. Lufkin ‘53 Mr. Edwin G. Smith ‘53 1954 Mr. S. Joseph Fortunato ‘54 Mr. Frederick Frank ‘54 Mr. James A. Greer II ‘54 Hon. James W. Killam III ‘54 Mr. Louis F. Polk, Jr. ‘54 1955 Mr. Alan S. Englander ‘55 1956 Mr. John F. Akers ‘56 Mr. William W. Colville ‘56 William P. Lovejoy, M.D. ‘56 Terrence R. Malloy, M.D. ‘56 1957 Mr. James C. Brady ‘57 Mr. David A. Christenson ‘57 Mr. Philip B. Weymouth, Jr. ‘57 1958 Mr. William R. Becklean ‘58 Mr. Robert W. Morey, Jr. ‘58 Mr. Langhorne B. Smith ‘58 1959 Mr. Thomas P. August II ‘59 Mr. James M. Dolbey, Jr. ‘59 Mr. Benjamin Ira Gertz ‘59 Mr. Charles C. Kingsley ‘59 Mr. Malcolm W. MacNaught ‘59 Mr. Joseph Jenry Morsman III ‘59 Mr. J. Steven Renkert ‘59 Mr. Robert B. Semple, Jr. ‘59 Mr. James A. Wade ‘59 1960 Donald L. Dell, Esq. ‘60 Mr. Donald E. Wall ‘60 1961 Mr. Andrew K. Block ‘61 Mr. Louis R. DeMattheis ‘61 1962 Mr. Donald W. Banks, Jr. ‘62 Mr. T. Anthony Brooks ‘62 David A. Brownlee, Esq. ‘62, ‘68 LL.B. Mr. Robert R. Carpenter III ‘62 Mr. David S. Hardenbergh ‘62, ‘66 ArtA William C. McMaster, M.D. ‘62 1963 Michael W. Freeland, Esq. ‘63 Mr. Stephen H. Goulding ‘63 Mr. Robert J. Kelly ‘63 Mr. Toomas J. Kukk ‘63 Mr. John H. Rixse ‘63 Mr. Ian F. Robertson ‘63 1964 Frederick S. Andreae ‘64, ‘68 M.Arch. Mr. Charles M. Brennan III ‘64 Mr. Robert J. Dayton ‘64 Mr. Lynard C. Hinojosa ‘64 Mr. Henry F. McCance ‘64 Mr. Robert C. Myers ‘64 Mr. Daniel R. Pollack ‘64 Mr. Richard R. Vietor ‘64 1965 Mr. Fayette Brown III ‘65 Mr. James Butler, Jr. ‘65 Mr. Burton K. Haimes ‘65 Mr. Christopher Kinney ‘65 Mr. George Michas ‘65 Mr. Earl W. Potter ‘65

1966 Mr. Timothy M. Bradford ‘66 Mr. Paul E. Farren, Jr. ‘66 Mr. David R. Hathaway ‘66 Mr. James E. Howard ‘66 Mr. Leo Kayser III ‘66 Mr. William F. MacDonald, Jr. ‘66 Mr. J. Gregg Miller ‘66 James C. Munson, Esq. ‘66 Mr. Theodore P. Shen ‘66, ‘01 M.A.H. 1967 Mr. David R. Brewer, Jr. ‘67 Mr. Michael C. Brooks ‘67 George M. Lazarus, M.D. ‘67 Richard Albert Moggio, M.D. ‘67, ‘71 M.D. Mr. John Lewis Morrison ‘67 George W. Shuster, Esq. ‘67, ‘73 J.D. Mr. Daniel T. Smith, Jr. ‘67 Mr. John N. Walsh III ‘67 1968 Harmon H. Davis, II, M.D. ‘68 Mr. Steven L. Friedman ‘68 Collister Johnson, Jr., Esq. ‘68 Mr. Douglas A. Warner III ‘68 , ‘08 M.A.H. Mr. Jeffrey B. Westcott ‘68 1969 Mr. John B. Beinecke ‘69 C. Michael Harrington, Esq. ‘69 Mr. David B.H. Martin, Jr. ‘69 Mr. Bruce W. Weinstein ‘69 1970 Mr. Harry D. Day ‘70 Mr. William A. Harper ‘70 Bradley Y. Smith, Esq. ‘70 Mr. Thomas Eliot Weil, Jr. ‘70 1971 Mr. H. Rigel Barber ‘71 Mr. William B. Bierce ‘71 Mr. Timothy E. Coy ‘71 Andrew T. Dwyer, Esq. ‘71 Mr. John E. Ormiston III ‘71 Mr. Hugh Scott III ‘71 Mr. Alan D. Seget ‘71 David J. Zaleske, M.D. ‘71 1972 Mr. John R. Ford ‘72 Mr. M. Ian G. Gilchrist ‘72 Mr. Thomas E. Graham, Jr. ‘72 Mr. James P. Hartman ‘72 Joseph H. Kasimer, Esq. ‘72 Mr. Karl E. Lutz ‘72 Mr. Richard J. MacDonald ‘72 1973 Mr. Nathaniel M. Cartmell III ‘73 Mr. Daniel G. Kelly, Jr. ‘73 Michael J. Noetzel, M.D. ‘73 1974 Edmund P. Chute, MD ‘74 John H. Healey, M.D. ‘74 Mr. Brian C. Kelly ‘74 Mr. James A. Lapides ‘74 Mr. R. Daniel Rouse ‘74 Mr. Norman C. Selby ‘74 Ms. Elizabeth A. Sullivan ‘74, ‘76 M.A. 1975 Mr. George C. Bradley, Jr. ‘75 Mr. Peter S. Kaufman ‘75 Mr. Edward L. McGann ‘75 Prof. John K. Ousterhout ‘75 Mr. Douglas S. Reigeluth ‘75 Mr. Stephen C. Sherrill ‘75 Mr. J. Frederick Stillman III ‘75 1976 Mr. Frederick W. Chockley III ‘76 Mr. Nathan C. Thorne ‘76 & Ms. Margaret Yates Thorne ‘77 1977 Ms. Renee S. Edelman ‘77 Mr. Timothy M. Jones ‘77 Mr. Kenneth P. Morrison ‘77 Mr. James B. Sperry ‘77 Mr. S. Michael Stringer ‘77 Ms. Margaret Yates Thorne ‘77 & Mr. Nathan C. Thorne ‘76 Mr. Gerald W. Weaver II ‘77 & Dr. Lily C. Chu ‘82 Colonel Courtney Whitney, III, USMCR (Ret) ‘77 1978 Mr. Stephen D. Benjamin ‘78 Mr. Stephen J. Fortunato ‘78 Mr. Henry Lord ‘78 Mr. Douglas G. Tennant ‘78

Jeffery S. Warren, M.D. ‘78 Mr. Philip S. Weber ‘78 1979 Mr. Matthew R. Barger ‘79 Mr. Douglas A. Bartlett ‘79 Ms. Amy R. Etherington ‘79 Mr. John P. Hullar ‘79 Ms. Elizabeth A. Meyer ‘79, ‘82 M.A., ‘88 Ph.D. Mr. S. David Model ‘79 Michael C. Murphy, M.D. ‘79 John H. Neal, M.D. ‘79, ‘83 M.D. Mr. Kurt D. Nondorf ‘79 Mr. Donald Patrick O’Brien ‘79 Mary Irene O’Connor, M.D. ‘79 Dr. Catharine Pew ‘79 Mr. Michael W. Radcliffe ‘79 Mr. H. Lawrence Ross III ‘79 Mr. Bradley J. Simmons ‘79 Mr. Stephen T. Skrovan ‘79 Mr. John S. Spagnola ‘79 Mr. Charles Zorio ‘79 1980 Ms. Emily M. Bateson ‘80 Ms. Anne Boucher ‘80 Mr. Magruder H. Dent ‘80, ‘86 M.B.A. Mr. Stephen P. Harrington ‘80 Ms. Susanna E. Krentz ‘80 Ms. Nina Locker ‘80 Mr. Frank A. Maturo ‘80 Mr. Joel J. McKoan ‘80 Mr. Giles W. McNamee ‘80 Dr. William G. Nelson, V ‘80 Mr. Walter A. Row III ‘80 Mr. Alfred Stillman III ‘80 Mr. Christopher K. Stout ‘80 Mr. Dean J. Takahashi ‘80, ‘83 M.P.P.M. & Ms. Wendy Sharp ‘82 1981 Mr. Barry C. Barnett ‘81 Mr. Seth D. Bauer ‘81 Mr. James Lee Bryant ‘81 Mr. Alexander Dimitrief ‘81 Mr. Robert R. Gould ‘81 Ms. Tracy Ball Greer ‘81 Mr. Gerald T. Harrington ‘81 Ms. Wendy Y. Hill ‘81 Dr. John D. Kelley ‘81 Mr. Edward Alan Wiese ‘81 1982 Valerie A. Asher, M.D. ‘82, ‘90 M.D. Mr. Frederick G. Bannerot, IV ‘82 Mr. Ted A. Berenblum ‘82 & Ms. Margaret M. Berenblum ‘88 Dr. Lily C. Chu ’82 & Mr. Gerald W. Weaver II ‘77 Mr. William J. Donahoe ‘82, ‘86 M. Mark R. Groshek, M.D. ‘82 Mr. Thomas A. Hawkins ‘82 Mr. Joseph M. Linta ‘82 Ms. Kate O’Brien ‘82 Mr. Charles R. Papesh, Jr. ‘82 Mr. Jeffrey C. Rohrer ‘82 Ms. Janet C. Seeley ‘82 Ms. Wendy Sharp ’82 & Mr. Dean J. Takahashi ‘80, ‘83 M.P.P.M. 1983 Mr. Kenneth J. Baer ‘83 Paul S. Bird, Esq. ‘83, ‘87 J.D. Mr. Gregory J. Burkus ‘83 Mr. Paul D. Carbery ‘83 Mr. William A. Nichols ‘83 Ms. Amelia O.B. Parsons ‘83 Ms. Diana Mendley Rauner ‘83 1984 Mr. Stephen A. Bain ‘84 Mr. Alec L. Ellison ‘84 Ms. Zerline L. Goodman ‘84 Llewellyn Hyacinthe, M.D. ‘84 Mr. Andrew W. Morley ‘84 Ms. Laura M. Pappano ‘84 Dr. Joseph L. Pont ‘84 Mr. David B. Singer ‘84 Mr. Adam Weinstein ‘84 1985 Mr. Kevin E. Conley ‘85 Mr. Edward B. Doubleday ‘85 Mr. James S. Herman, Jr. ‘85 Mr. Wei-Tai Kwok ‘85 Mr. Kim I. Mathew ‘85 Mr. Richard H. Powers ‘85 Lissa Steele Roth, Esq. ‘85, ‘91 J.D. 1986 Mr. Darren L. Acheson ‘86 Michael J. Curtin, M.D. ‘86

Ms. Anita Nador ‘86 Mr. William H. Reeves ‘86 Mr. Gregory J. Rohde ‘86 Mr. Timothy R. Sullivan ‘86 Mike E. Tjarksen, M.D. ‘86 1987 Carl L. Britton, Jr., M.D. ‘87 Mr. Christopher D. Clark ‘87 Mr. John M. Duryea ‘87 Ms. Lisa Gollob Finke ‘87 Mr. Victor A. Forte ‘87 Mr. Marshall D. Kappele ‘87 Mr. Todd N. Khoury ‘87 Mr. Kenneth J. Lund ‘87 Mr. Philip Lynch ‘87 Matthew H. Meade, Esq. ‘87 Mr. Byron F. Taylor ‘87 Mr. Bradford P. Toussaint ‘87 1988 Mr. Grant R. Babyak ‘88 Ms. Margaret M. Berenblum ‘88 & Mr. Ted A. Berenblum ‘82 Mr. Benjamin L. Hincks ‘88 Mr. Craig A. Lunde ‘88 Ms. Susan M. Patton ‘88 Ms. Amy Metzler Ritter ‘88 Mr. Struan B. Robertson ‘88 Mr. Bernard Kelly Ryan ‘88 1989 Mr. Steven Michael Bergantino ‘89, ‘92 M.A. Mr. Thomas A. Clayton ‘89, ‘94 J.D. Ms. Nina Lenzner Evison ‘89 Mr. Frank Barron Fletcher III ‘89 Mr. Warren Totton Heffelfinger ‘89 Mr. Michael Bert Kruse ‘89 Ms. Elizabeth F. McCance ‘89 Mr. Michael A. O’Neill, Jr. ‘89 Mr. N. von der Schulenburg ‘89, ‘94 M.E.S., ‘94 M.P.P.M. Mr. Erik M. Wohlgemuth ‘89, ‘97 M., ‘97 M.E.S. Hon. Christopher A. Wray ‘89, ‘92 J.D. 1990 Mr. Robert E. Bigelow ‘90 Ms. Christine N. Brueschke ‘90 Gerard F. Griffin, Esq. ‘90, ‘90 M.A., ‘96 J.D. Moshe S. Haspel, Ph.D. ‘90 Mr. Thomas H. Lee ‘90 Mr. John C. O’Neill ‘90 Mr. Eric B. Ottaway ‘90 Mr. Jason P. Pappas ‘90 Mr. Robert J. Stokes, Jr. ‘90 1991 Mr. Michael C. Miller ‘91 1992 Mr. Jeffrey L. Adams ‘92 Brett M. Andres, M.D. ‘92 Mr. Douglas A. Beck ‘92 Mr. Peter A. Diminich ‘92 Mr. Curtis E. Large ‘92 Mr. Robert Winthrop Pratt ‘92 Mrs. Berkeley B. Revenaugh ‘92 Mr. Andrew Philip Rittenberg ‘92 Mr. Alexander Schrantz ‘92 Mr. Timothy Raynard Tanksley ‘92 1993 Mr. Jeptha Pelham Curtis M.D. ‘93 Ms. Caroline Wickett Johnston ‘93 Mr. Neal S. Kaufman ‘93 Mr. David J. Kelley ‘93 Mr. Robert Foster Sellers ‘93 & Ms. Casey D. Whalen Sellers ‘96 Ms. Heather Ann Slay ‘93 1994 Mr. Daniel Henry Detolla ‘94 Nicole E. Gross, M.D. ‘94 James Mackey III, M.D. ‘94, ‘00 M.D. Dr. Rosa H.P. Marshall ‘94 Dr. Stuart C. Marshall, Jr ‘94 Ms. A. Lauren S. Monahan ‘94 Mr. Benjamin R. Ryan ‘94 Ms. Heather Elizabeth Ryan ‘94 Mr. John Harrison Sargent ‘94 Mr. Christopher John Schulten ‘94 Silas W. Smith, M.D. ‘94 Mr. James Scott Vartuli ‘94 1995 Ms. Samantha Barnes ‘95 Mr. Christopher W. Harnden ‘95 Mr. Justin M. Lungstrum ‘95 Ms. Elizabeth Mary McCarroll ‘95 Mr. Kevin Michael Smith ‘95

1996 Mr. Michael David Bender ‘96 Ms. Heath Elizabeth Friedman ‘96 Mr. Christopher Hetherington ‘96 Chad Everett Hoitink, M.D. ‘96 Mr. Prescott Howland Logan ‘96 Mr. Vikram Mansharamani ‘96 Mr. John Richard Mendell Jr ‘96 Mark A. Mongelluzzo, Esq. ‘96 Dr. David Prybyla ‘96 Ms. Patricia J. Stevenson ‘96 Mr. Jeffrey Scott Stone ‘96 Mr. Patrick William Wallace ‘96 Mr. Steven Douglas Webster ‘96 Ms. Casey D. Whalen Sellers ‘96 & Mr. Robert Foster Sellers ‘93 1997 Michael B. Curi, M.D. ‘97 Dr. Rodney Harold Hobbs Jr ‘97 Mr. Stephen L. Huffaker ‘97 Mr. Aaron John Kennon ‘97 Mr. John A. Norris, Jr. ‘97 Mr. Phelps T. Riley, Jr ‘97 Mrs. Stephanie M. Ruiz ‘97 1998 Dr. Andrew D. Ferguson ‘98 Mr. Vincent J. Ferraro ‘98 & Ms. Clara Gillespie Ferraro ‘01 Ms. Natasha N. Gianvecchio ‘98 Mr. Eric L. Gutshall ‘98 Mr. Barclay G. Howe, Jr. ‘98 Mr. Daryl G. Jones ‘98 Mr. Nicholas H. Madden ‘98 Mr. Todd J. Scott ‘98 Mr. Brian K. Shure ‘98 1999 Mr. Nathan David Bohn ‘99 Mr. Michael Edward Borden ‘99 Ms. Alison E. Cole ‘99 Mr. Charles V. Myers ‘99 James M. Paci, M.D. ‘99 Mr. Joseph Morgan Seigler III ‘99 Mr. Robert A. Vollero, Jr. ‘99 Mr. Eugene Youn ‘99 2000 Mr. William John Artemenko ‘00 Mr. Edwin Alexander Hoffman ‘00 Mrs. Heather Bentley Hunter ‘00 Mr. Chung-Ming Ip ‘00 Mr. Ian Barr MacAllister ‘00 Mr. Jonathan Marc Malpass ‘00 Mr. Mark Andrew Sproule ‘00 2001 Mr. Stephen S.H. Cheng ‘01 Mr. Christopher F. Eger ‘01 Ms. Clara Gillespie Ferraro ‘01 & Mr. Vincent J. Ferraro ‘98 Ms. Regina Donovan Fitzpatrick ‘01 Mr. Matthew Morris Kerner ‘01 Mr. Peter Jordan Mazza ‘01 2002 Mr. Scott Alan Austin ‘02 & Ms. Andrea Austin Mr. Michael William Belby ‘02 Mr. Craig Andrew Breslow ‘02 Mr. Paul A. Castraberti ‘02 Mr. Ryan Christopher Coyle ‘02 Ms. Eliza Bradbury Kennedy ‘02 Ms. Annie F. Radecki ‘02 Mr. William Walton Ralph ‘02 Mr. Brian Thomas Regan ‘02 Mr. Jonathan Mitchell Weiss ‘02, ‘11 M.P.H. 2003 Ms. Shoshanna Beth Engel ‘03 Mr. Stuart S. Satullo II ‘03 Mr. Michael James Scaglione ‘03 Mr. Nicholas Anthony Sinatra ‘03 Mr. Stuart Michael Yingst ‘03 2004 Mr. Patrick Joseph Collins ‘04 Mr. Stephen Bradley Ehikian ‘04 Mr. Andrew David Klaber ‘04 Mr. Benjamin Chapman Rose ‘04 2005 Ms. Lisa Marie Reindl ‘05 Mr. Joshua Adam Schwartz ‘05 2006 Mr. Joshua B. Greenberg ‘06 Mr. Robert A. Hetherington IV ‘06 Mr. James H.B. Higgins ‘06 Mr. Christian McLean Jensen ‘06 Mr. David E. Zaragoza ‘06

2007 Ms. Kendra C. Emhiser ‘07 Ms. Elizabeth Dwyer McKenna ‘07 Ms. Heather Marie Orrico ‘07 Mr. Jordan E. Rieger ‘07 2009 Mr. Caleb Michael John Dorfman ‘09 Mr. Matthew Dean Evans ‘09 Mr. Aaron Bahn Greenberg ‘09 2011 Mr. Patrick Cullen Coleman ‘11 Mr. Christopher Plimpton ‘11 2014 Mr. David James Hickey ‘14 2016 Mr. Frederick S. Frank ‘16 PARENTS Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Higgins P’92 Dr. & Mrs. Bradley R. Ehikian P’04 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gutekunst P’04 Mr. & Mrs. Morton M. Rosenfeld P’04, P’07 Mrs. Beth K. Pfeiffer P’05, P’07 Mr. & Mrs. Blake W. Krueger P’06 Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan K. Sprole P’07 Mr. & Mrs. Paul P. Stemler P’07 Dr. Steven R. Hays P’09 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F McCarthy P’11 Mr. & Mrs. Jee Meng Chan P’13 Mr. & Mrs. Franz F. ColloredoMansfeld P’13 Dr. Sheila Y. Owens-Collins P’13 Mr. & Ms. Stephen C. Johnson P’14 Mr. & Mrs. John J. Leffler P’14 Mr. & Ms. Conor F. O’Driscoll P’14 Mr. & Ms. David A. Greenhalgh P’15 Mr. & Ms. Joseph J. Killian P’15 Mr. Steven D. Levere & Ms. Patricia S. Plumer P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Christian L. Oberbeck P’15 Mr. & Ms. Joseph D. Shakespeare P’15 Mr. & Ms. Timothy H. Thornton P’15 Dr. Norman S. Ward & Dr. Patricia A. King P’15 Mr. & Ms. Paal K. Weberg P’15 Mr. & Mrs. David M. Carter P’16 Mr. Scott Lee & Ms. Karen Wong P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Mark B. McHugh P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. O’Neill P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Craig P. Opperman P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Omar Sadik P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Lorne R. Segal P’16 Dr. & Mrs. John M. Skibber P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Noel C. Tolentino P’16 Mr. William B. Welty P’16 Dr. Lawrence Wells & Dr. Bernadette C. Wheeler P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Bonner P’17 Mr. Garrick S. Lew & Dr. Diane M. Hiura P’17 Mr. & Mrs. John A. Lancione P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Pullan Lu P’17 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Markham P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Moesta P’17 Mr. & Mrs. David M. Mussafer P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Zev S. Scherl P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Slenker P’17 FRIENDS OF YALE Anonymous Mr. Charles Andriole Mr. John A. Chatzky Mr. Charles E. Clark Mr. Drury Cooper III Google Inc. Mr. Joel Z. Green Mr. Michael J. Hanley ‘78 M.B.A. Prof. Diana E.E. Kleiner ‘89 M.A.H. Robert R. Lewis, Esq. Robert W. Lyons, M.D. ‘64 M.D. Madison Fresh Air Fund Ms. Meridee A. Moore ‘83 J.D. Mr. David I. Newton Dr. Patrick Gerard O’Connor ‘88 M.P.H. Mrs. Kuni S. Schmertzler Mr. Joseph B. Sindelar Mr. James G. Sutton Town Fair Tire

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The Plan for Athletic Excellence The Ivy League model for athletics is the most expensive in the nation. Only 13 teams are required to be recognized at the Division I level and every school in the Ivy League hosts more than 30. In addition, without the revenue provided by television contracts, bowl games, and high profile endorsements the amount being invested by the Universities in the Ivy League are significantly more than schools in more high profile conferences. Yale is committed to creating a world-class experience for 805 student-athletes on 35 varsity teams. This means access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, an unparalleled coaching faculty, and ability to test their skills against top collegiate competition in their sport. As the landscape of Ivy League athletics becomes increasingly competitive, the financial support from the alumni and friends of Yale Athletics is paramount to achieving that mission. The economic downturn has impacted budgets throughout the country and clearly here at Yale. To address the needs of today, along with planning for tomorrow, we created the Plan for Athletic Excellence—a five-year strategic plan to grow our endowments while maximizing annual-use funds for our teams.

Yale Varsity Athletics Facts and Figures Total number of varsity teams: 35 Total number of varsity student-athletes:

808

Total number of sport associations:

18

Varsity sports annual operating budget: million (does not include facility or administrative costs)

$13.5

Total annual fundraising for varsity sports: million

$3.37

Total number of endowments for varsity sports:

128

Total endowment market value for varsity sports: million

$108

Total endowment yield for varsity sports: million

$5.4

Total amount needed to endow Yale varsity athletics: million

$158

Supporting Yale Athletics: Annual Giving Yale Sport Associations Every team at Yale is supported by a Sport Association. The Sport Associations are represented by a board of alumni that provide up-todate information about our programs, mentor our student athletes, and to help sustain the proud and storied tradition of Athletics at Yale. In addition to raising money, the Associations enhance the experience

of current Yale players and establish a strong connection between Yale Athletics and the greater Yale community through such initiatives as career networking and job placement, and special events (including receptions, golf outings, and alumni/ae games).

Ray Tompkins Associates Athletic Directors Excellence Fund The RTA fund is a general, unrestricted annual fund that promotes excellence across all 35 varsity teams. It will be used at the discretion of the Athletic Director to ensure all sports, and the athletic department

itself, will have the resources necessary to operate at the highest levels. The fund will support the most urgent of needs within Yale Athletics.

Quick facts about the Ray Tompkins Associates Athletic Directors’ Excellence Fund • Used at the discretion of Athletic Director to supplement the budgets of the most needy sports and for general Athletics needs, including:

• Varsity letter participation awards

• End of year student-athlete recognition events

• Captains Council leadership training sessions

• Coaches professional development

• Varsity athlete practice sweats

• Special one-time program costs associated with taking a team to the next level

• All donations are unrestricted and go towards the yearly donations raised

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Supporting Yale Athletics: Endowment Giving Fully endowing our athletic programs would provide us with the protection to thrive regardless of the economic climate. New programmatic and coaching endowments help to sustain success in perpetuity for our athletic programs. There are unlimited opportunities for donors to leave a lasting and meaningful legacy for their favorite Yale team(s). Establishing a new endowment fund or adding to an existing endowment, allows you to ensure that our coaches and student-athletes have a consistent support base well into the future.

Head Coaching Endowments

Programmatic Endowments

Unrestricted Endowments

Yale Athletics also benefits from two unrestricted endowments that • A named coaching endowment • A named programmatic endowpromote excellence across all 35 can be established with a gift of ment can be established with a varsity teams. The spendable yield $1.5 million gift of $100,000 (payable over 5 from these funds are used at the years) • Funds from coaching endowdiscretion of the Athletic Director ments are used to recruit and • An endowment can be named to ensure all sports, and the athretain the strongest coaching facin honor of a family, coach, letic department itself, will have ulty in the Ivy League. team, class, or former studentthe resources necessary to operate athlete — the possibilities are • Coaching endowments are recat the highest levels. These funds endless ognized any time that a coach’s will support the most urgent of names is used in the media, web- • The spendable yield from a proneeds within Yale Athletics. sites, stationery, and on personal grammatic endowment is used WISER: Unrestricted endowment email signature to offset the annual operating for women’s varsity teams and costs of a given team, including • Coaching endowments can be coaches competition travel, recruiting and named in honor of a family, RAY TOMPKINS ENDOWMENT: equipment coach, team, or class – the posUnrestricted endowment for all sibilities are endless • Programmatic endowments are varsity needs recognized on a group plaque in • Head Coaching endowments Gifts of any amount over $10,000 the main lobby of Ray Tompkins are recognized on individual can be added to the principal of House plaques in the main lobby of Ray these two existing funds. Tompkins House Gifts of any amount over • Nineteen head coaching positions $10,000 can also be added are currently endowed, representto the principal of an existing 26 Yale teams ing endowment created with • Available head coaching restricted support to a specific positions include: Baseball, team. Fencing, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Women’s Ice Hockey, Gymnastics, Softball, and Volleyball

Endowment Stewardship

• Endowments are provided annual stewardship reports from the University which include growth of the principal and the use of the spendable yield • Endowment funds are invested along with the larger Yale endowment and managed by Chief Investment Officer, David Swensen and his staff • Endowments are provided name recognition within the Yale Athletics Annual Review and specific sports newsletters • All donors who pledge a programmatic or coaching endowment receive a Platinum Pass to all Yale Athletics hospitality spaces, including the Kenney Center Champions Room (football), Schley Room (Hockey), and the Ivy Lounge (Basketball) • All new endowments are listed in specific sport newsletters and the Yale Athletics Annual Review

Yale Athletics Excellence Endowments: Investing in Our Future

As Yale Athletics continues its quest to endow our entire varsity sports operation, we were helped by the generosity of Meghan McMahon ’87 and David Swensen ‘76 M.A., ‘78 M. Phil., ‘80 Ph.D who created six excellence endowments for our teams. These programmatic funds in the sports of women’s basketball, football, golf, hockey, softball and tennis were created with the long-term goal of increasing the amount of support to our teams through endowment yield and reducing the amount of pressure on annual fundraising. Further, it is the hope of our leadership donors that other alumni and friends of Yale Athletics will consider making gifts to add to the principal of these funds so they will continue to grow and cover even more of our operating budgets. If you are interested in supporting one of the Yale Athletics Excellence Endowments or would like to create your own named Excellence Endowment, please contact Alison Cole ’99, Director of Athletic Development at 203-432-3344. 15

How to Give Reunion Giving A gift to Ray Tompkins Associates or any Yale sport Association can be credited to your reunion giving total, both individually and for your class. A pledge up to four years in advance of a 5-year reunion can be set aside in support of Yale Athletics. Please see yalebulldogs.com/information/alumni/associations/Reunion_Giving_FAQ.pdf for more information on reunion giving.

Giving Online It is fast and easy to give online. Visit the Yale Giving page at giving.yale.edu, then click on “Make a Gift Now.” Choose “Athletics” from the first drop down menu. You can then choose to give to Ray Tompkins Associates or to any of the sports Associations. Your gift will immediately go to that Association.

Giving via Mail Mail a check made payable to Yale University with your favorite team in the memo space on the check:Yale Sport Associations, PO Box 208216, New Haven, CT 06520

Recurring Credit Card Gift In addition to making a one-time gift to Yale Athletics, you can make equal monthly payments with the same tax-deductible benefits. This allows you to spread out your donation over the course of the fiscal year. Make giving automatic!

Planned Giving For many friends of Yale, a bequest can be a way to make a profound and lasting impact. A bequest made now can promote the future of Yale Athletics with little or no effect on your current resources. Bequests can be in the form of cash, securities, real estate, or other property. You can designate a specific dollar amount, a particular asset, a fixed percentage of your entire estate, or leave your residuary estate after providing for loved ones. For more information, go to yale. planyourlegacy.org.

Questions? Please contact the Athletic Alumni Office at 203-432-1434 or by email at support.athletics@yale.edu

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Head Coaches BASEBALL John Stuper (203) 432-1466 john.stuper@yale.edu

JOEL E. SMILOW ’54 HEAD COACH OF BASKETBALL (men’s) James Jones (203) 432-1485 j.jones@yale.edu

FENCING (men’s &

women’s) Henry Harutunian (203) 432-2137 henry.harutunian@yale.edu

CAROLINE RUTH THOMPSON ’02 HEAD COACH OF FIELD HOCKEY Pam Stuper (203) 432-1479 pamela.stuper@yale.edu

JOEL E. SMILOW ’54 HEAD COACH OF BASKETBALL (women’s)

JOEL E. SMILOW ’54 HEAD COACH OF FOOTBALL

Chris Gobrecht (203) 432-1488 chris.gobrecht@yale.edu

Tony Reno (203) 432-1490 anthony.reno@yale.edu

CRAIG W. JOHNSON ’68 HEAD COACH OF HEAVYWEIGHT CREW

GOLF (men’s)

Steve Gladstone (203) 432-1413 stephen.gladstone@yale.edu

Y150 ALUMNI HEAD COACH OF LIGHTWEIGHT CREW Andrew Card (203) 432-1409 andrew.card@yale.edu

FRIENDS OF YWC HEAD COACH OF WOMEN’S CREW ) Will Porter (203) 432-1412 william.porter@yale.edu

MARK T. YOUNG ’68 DIRECTOR OF CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK

(men’s & women’s) Dave Shoehalter (203) 432-7741 david.shoehalter@yale.edu

CROSS COUNTRY (men’s) Paul Harkins (203) 432-1406 paul.harkins@yale.edu

CROSS COUNTRY

(women’s) Amy Gosztyla (203) 432-1406 amy.gosztyla@yale.edu

TRACK (men’s) To be filled

Colin Sheehan ’97 (203) 432-8697 colin.sheehan@yale.edu

GOLF (women’s) Chawwadee Rompothong ’00 (203) 432-7370 chawwadee.rompothong@ yale.edu

GYMNASTICS Barbara Tonry (203) 432-2138 barbara.tonry@yale.edu

MALCOLM G. CHACE HEAD COACH OF ICE HOCKEY (men’s) Keith Allain ’80 (203) 432-1478 keith.allain@yale.edu

ICE HOCKEY (women’s) Joakim Flygh (203) 432-4785 joakim.flygh@yale.edu

RYAN AND FORST FAMILY HEAD COACH OF MEN’S LACROSSE

MCNAY FAMILY DIRECTOR OF YALE SAILING

(co-ed & women’s) Zack Leonard ’89 (203) 432-5453 zachary.leonard@yale.edu

5K CORRAL HEAD COACH OF MEN’S SOCCER Brian Tompkins (203) 432-1495 brian.tompkins@yale.edu

RUDOLPH L. MEREDITH HEAD COACH OF WOMEN’S SOCCER Rudy Meredith (203) 432-1492 rudolph.meredith@yale.edu

SOFTBALL Jen Goodwin (203) 432-1407 Jeanette.goodwin@yale.edu

DIRECTOR OF SQUASH (ANONYMOUS) (men’s & women’s) Dave Talbott (203) 432-2483 david.talbott@yale.edu

ROBERT J. H. KIPHUTH HEAD COACH OF MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Tim Wise (203) 432-1498 tim.wise@yale.edu

ROBERT J. H. KIPHUTH HEAD COACH OF WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Jim Henry (203) 432-2447 jim.henry@yale.edu

CARY LEEDS HEAD COACH OF TENNIS (men’s ) Alex Dorato (203) 432-2498 alex.dorato@yale.edu

SWENSEN-MCMAHON HEAD COACH OF WOMEN’S TENNIS

Andy Shay (203) 432-1494 andrew.shay@yale.edu

(women’s) Tarakaa Bertrand (203) 432-1493 taka.bertrand@yale.edu

JOEL E. SMILOW ’54 HEAD COACH OF LACROSSE (women’s)

VOLLEYBALL ERIN APPLEMAN

Anne Phillips (203) 432-1486 anne.phillips@yale.edu

(203) 432-1408 erin.appleman@yale.edu

Head coaching positions available for naming endowments include: Baseball Fencing Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Gymnastics Women’s Ice Hockey Softball Volleyball

FY2014 Marketing Highlights • 50,934 fans attended the Yale Harvard football game on November 23, 2013. • Yale men’s hockey averaged 3343 fans per game 95% capacity of Ingalls Rink (3500) • Yale became the first Ivy League school to sign a sports marketing partnership with IMG College. IMG College helped the athletic department add six new corporate partners, highlighted by Webster Bank and Total Mortgage Services. With IMG College’s help, Yale Athletics sponsorship revenue increased by 51% in FY2014 from FY2013.

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