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Yale Athletics 2012–2013

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Tom Beckett (far left) celebrates Yale’s capture of the NCAA Men’s Hockey title.

Mission, Philosophy, and Objectives

Mission

Philosophy and Objectives

Yale University offers its students a liberal education, one which has its focus on the intellectual and moral development of the individual, and which gives students a foundation for learning throughout their lives. Yale has long recognized that such an education is not fostered by its academic component alone. Part of it is constituted by those challenging and pleasurable experiences and extracurricular activities – like varsity and recreational athletics – that enable an individual to give fuller force to academic training.

Goals in Support of Yale Athletics Mission • Yale is committed to equal opportunity and seeks to attract exceptionally qualified students, coaches and staff of diverse backgrounds. • Learning how to strive to win, to compete with pride and honor, to make sacrifices, to persevere when all seems lost, and to develop a sense of obligation and responsibility for others are lessons that make athletics a school for accomplishment and character for the individual. • Aspiration and achievement in competitive athletic endeavor play a proportional role within any student’s school life. • Support of a wide range of extracurricular programs presents significant opportunities for contributions to the well-being of members of its community.

Competitive Excellence

• Each sport program to finish first in the Ivy League. • Prepare and maintain the athletics facilities and training equipment at the highest standard of Division I competition. • Utilize the Kiphuth Leadership Academy to train students and staff in the principles of leadership; provide increased nutritional and sports psychology counseling to students and staff. • Continue to provide Ivy League championship opportunities for club sports programs.

Fiscal Responsibility

• Explore additional initiatives for cost-effective and collective bidding/ purchasing. • Increase departmental awareness and identify areas of sustainability. Think Green.

Positive Work Environment

• Continue to provide avenues for staff involvement in all departmental goals, work environment improvements and general policies and procedures and encourage ideas for improvement. • Provide training and professional development opportunities for all staff.

Superior Customer Service

• Continue to expand media accessibility for varsity contests. • Professional, courteous, prompt, and effective communication with all visitors, callers, and fellow staff.

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Dear Alumni, Parents and Friends, What a year! 2012-13 brought home multiple championships — Ivy Championships in Volleyball, Women’s Tennis, Men’s Ice Hockey, Co-ed Sailing, and a tournament championship in Men’s Lacrosse. In addition, our Co-ed Sailing and Men’s Hockey teams brought home NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. The excitement and energy the Men’s Hockey Frozen Four victory brought to the campus and Yale community throughout the world was spectacular. You can view photos of our Championship teams on the cover of this booklet. Our success, both on and off the field, exemplifies the essence of the Yale tradition and a commitment to integrity, sportsmanship, and excellence. The achievements featured in this annual review would not be possible without the support of all friends of Yale Athletics.

Mission, Philosophy and Objectives INSIDE FRONT COVER Letter from the Athletic Director 1 2012–13 Highlights 2 2012–13 Stats 3 2012–13 Honors 4 Senior Awards 6 Sports & Recreational Update 8 Community Involvement 9 2012–13 Fundraising Results 10 Supporting Yale Athletics 12 2013–14: The Plan for Athletic Excellence 17 Head Coaches 20 How to Give INSIDE BACK COVER Sponsors BACK COVER

More than just a landmark year in athletic performance, 2012-13 marked a very special year for our fundraising efforts. Four new head coaching endowments were pledged and 12 new programmatic endowments were pledged – all while we reached our annual fundraising goal of $3 million for all of Yale Athletics. Enhancing the present while building for the future is what we strive for. While June 30, 2013 marked one of our strongest years in history – both on and off the field – our work here is not done! It is our partnerships with our sport Associations, the Ray Tompkins Associates and our incredible supporters that allow us to continue to provide a world-class experience for all of our current and future Bulldogs. In this document we unveil our Plan for Athletic Excellence, which will further hone our focus on a strategy that will allow us to endow the entire varsity sports operation, while ensuring our current needs are met. This plan will allow us to thrive regardless of the economic climate. In the coming fiscal year you will receive communications outlining these efforts and how you might assist through pledges for new endowments, gifts to existing endowments and each of our Sport Associations. Thank you again for all you do for Yale Athletics. I look forward to seeing you at a game at home or on the road this year. Go Bulldogs! Sincerely,

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Tom Beckett Director of Athletics

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2012-13 Stats

2012-13 Highlights

TEAM

Top-5 NCAA APR Ranking 17 teams honored

Team NCAA Championships Men’s Hockey

National Championships Co-ed Sailing, APS/ICSA Team Race National Championship

Ivy League Championships Men’s Hockey Co-ed Sailing Men’s Lacrosse (Tournament champions) Women’s Tennis Volleyball

Other Championships Lightweight Crew Jope Cup (Eastern Sprints)

Nationally Ranked Teams (top 50) Heavyweight Crew No. 7 Lightweight Crew No. 2 Women’s Crew No. 8 Men’s Fencing No. 11 Women’s Fencing No. 10 Men’s Hockey No. 1 Men’s Lacrosse No. 7 Co-Ed Sailing No. 8 Women’s Sailing No. 6 Men’s Squash No. 4 Women’s Squash No. 5 Women’s Tennis No. 36

NCAA Championship/Tournament Appearances Women’s Crew 8th place finish Men’s Fencing 11th place finish Women’s Fencing 10th place finish 2

Men’s Hockey NCAA champions Men’s Lacrosse quarterfinals Women’s Tennis 1st round Volleyball 1st round

Other National Appearances Heavyweight Crew Varsity 8 7th place, IRA Lightweight Crew Varsity 8 2nd place, IRA Coed Sailing 1st place, APS/ICSA Team Race National Championship; 8th place, ICSA Coed Fleet Race National Championship Women’s Sailing 6th place, ICSA Women’s National Dinghy Championship Men’s Squash 4th place, CSA Championship Women’s Squash 5th place, Howe Cup

Individual Ivy League Player of the Year Sam Bernstein Men’s Golf Andrew Miller Men’s Ice Hockey Sarah Onorato Softball Kendall Polan Women’s Volleyball

Ivy League Rookie of the Year Kelly Johnson Volleyball Madeleine Hamilton Women’s Tennis

CAPTAIN

OVERALL RECORD

IVY IVY RECORD FINISH NOTES

Baseball

Chris Piwinski

13-25

10-10

5th

Doubled Ivy League win total from last year; Coach John Stuper earned 400th win

Men’s Basketball

Sam Martin

14-17

8-6

3rd

3rd straight winning Ivy season; 13 straight top four Ivy finishes; hosted Florida

Women’s Basketball

Allie Messimer

13-15

8-6

4th

Won 7 of last 10 games; 34 Ivy wins in last 4 years, most by any class

Heavyweight Crew

Jon Morgan

3-4

3-4

4th

Best finish by varsity eight at IRA national championship since 2006

Lightweight Crew

William Ferraro

8-1

5-1

2nd

Won the Jope Cup for overall supremacy at Eastern Sprints

Women’s Crew

Eliza Hastings

8-2

5-2

2nd

8th At NCAA Championship; 12th straight NCAA appearance

Men’s Cross Country

Kevin Lunn

0-1

0-1

6th

Best finish at NCAA Regionals since 2004; 3rd highest GPA in nation

Women’s Cross Country

Nihal Kayali

1-0

1-0

5th

Reached No. 22 in national rankings; first time nationally ranked since 2005

Men’s Fencing

Cornelius Saunders 11-9

1-4

5th

11th at NCAA Championship

Women’s Fencing

Robyn Shaffer

5-16

0-6

6th

10th at NCAA Championship

Field Hockey

Maddy Sharp

6-11

3-4

t-4th

6 of 7 Ivy games decided by one goal; played six nationally ranked opponents

Football

2-8

1-6

8th

6 players earned All-Ivy recognition

Men’s Golf

Bradley Kushner

2nd

Won MacDonald Cup, Princeton Invitational & Century Intercollegiate

NCAA Championship Qualifiers

Women’s Golf

Alexandra Lipa

3rd

Won Dartmouth, Lehigh Palm Beach & Brown Invitationals

Sam Bernstein Men’s golf (regional) Peter Cohen Men’s Fencing (epee) Eva Fabian Women’s Swimming (500 freestyle, 1650 freestyle) Alexandra Forrester Women’s Swimming (50 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 200 butterfly) Lauren Miller Women’s Fencing ( foil) Hugh O’Cinneide Men’s Fencing (sabre) Madeline Oliver Women’s Fencing (sabre) James Shirvell Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (1,500 run)

Gymnastics

Stephanie Goldstein 3-10

1-1

4th

Ivy Classic floor exercise champion

Men’s Hockey

Andrew Miller

22-12-3

8-2

1st

NCAA Champions, Ivy League champions

Women’s Hockey

Alyssa Zupon

5-21-3

2-8

5th

Scored 10 more goals than 2011-12

Lowe’s Senior Class Award Candidates

Men’s Squash

Hywel Robinson

12-5

5-2

t-3rd

Finished 4th at CSA National Team Championship

Peter Johnson Men’s Lacrosse ( finalist) Jennifer Ong Softball Bobby Thalman Men’s Soccer

Women’s Squash

Katie Ballaine

13-5

4-3

4th

Finished 5th at Howe Cup, national championship of women’s squash

Men’s Swimming

Jared Lovett

8-2

5-2

4th

Set 5 individual event school records during course of season

Women’s Swimming

Joan Weaver

5-2

5-2

4th

2 individual qualifiers for the NCAA Championship

Capital One Academic All-American

Men’s Tennis

Daniel Hoffman

18-6

4-3

4th

Won 5 more matches than last season; Finished 10-2 at home

Women’s Tennis

Elizabeth Epstein 17-4

Nick Alers Men’s Soccer

Men’s Lacrosse

Michael McCormack 12-5

4-2

2nd

2nd straight Ivy League Tournament title; NCAA Tournament participant

Women’s Lacrosse

Devon Rhodes

2-5

t-5th

Most overall wins since 2008; Scored 32 more goals than in 2012

8-7

Co-ed Sailing

Cameron Cullman/Chris Segerblom

APS/ICSA Team Race National Champions; Ivy League Regatta champions

Women’s Sailing

Emily Billing/ Marlena Fauer

Finished 6th place at ICSA Women’s National Dinghy Championship

Men’s Soccer

Bobby Thalman

4-8-5

1-3-3

6th

Allowed one goal or less in 13 of 17 games

Women’s Soccer

Jenny Butwin

8-7-2

1-4-2

6th

Winning overall record for 10th time in last 11 years

Softball

Christy Nelson

10-37

5-15

7th

Hit a school record 31 home runs

6-1

t-1st

Ivy League champions third straight year; ranked as high as 23rd nationally

Men’s Track & Field(indoor) Timothy Hillas

1-3

1-3

8th

Four All-East selections

Men’s Track & Field(outdoor) Timothy Hillas

0-1

0-1

8th

3 NCAA Regional qualifiers

Women’s Track & Field (ind) Allison Rue

0-4

0-4

7th

16 ECAC qualifiers

Women’s Track & Field (out) Allison Rue

0-1

0-1

8th

2 NCAA Regional qualifiers

Volleyball

18-6

14-0

1st

Ivy League champions for 3rd straight year; 49-7 in Ivy matches last 4 years

Haley Wessels

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

Other League Awards Mike Dominski Men’s Swimming—Harold Ulen Career High Point Swimmer at Ivy League Championship Stephanie Goldstein Gymnastics—ECAC Scholar Athlete of Year Paige Meneses Women’s Swimming—Ron Keenhold Career High Point Diver at Ivy League Championship Alyssa Zupon Women’s Hockey—ECAC Hockey Mandi Schwartz Award winner 3

2012-13 Honors 2012 Fall Honors

2012/2013 Winter Honors

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Kevin Lunn Academic All-Ivy Matthew Nussbaum 2nd Team All-Ivy

Javier Duren Ivy League Player of Week, 2/11 Sam Martin Academic All-Ivy Austin Morgan 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of Week, 1/28; Connecticut 6 Preseason Team Justin Sears Ivy League Rookie of Week, 1/28

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Liana Epstein All-Northeast; 2nd Team All-Ivy Caitlin Hudson Academic All-Ivy Nihal Kayali 2nd Team All-Ivy

FIELD HOCKEY Mary Beth Barham 2nd Team All-Mideast Region; 1st Team AllIvy; Selected to NFHCA Senior Game Erica Borgo 1st Team All-Ivy Emily Shuckert Academic All-Ivy Nicole Wells 2nd Team All-Ivy Molly Wolf Ivy League Rookie of Week, 11/6

FOOTBALL Collin Bibb Honorable Mention All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy Mordecai Cargill Honorable Mention All-Ivy Roy Collins 2nd Team All-Ivy Chris Dooley Academic All-Ivy Wes Gavin Honorable Mention All-Ivy Will McHale Academic All-Ivy John Oppenheimer Honorable Mention All-Ivy Phillippe Panico Ivy League Special Teams Player of Week Logan Scott Ivy League Rookie of Week, 10/22 Tyler Varga Sports Network 2nd Team All-America;bsncollege. com Honorable Mention All-America; 1st Team All-New England; 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Rookie of the Week, 9/17; CFPA Elite All-Purpose Performer

MEN’S SOCCER Nick Alers Capital One Academic All-America; Honorable Mention All-Ivy; Capital One Academic All-District I first team; Academic All-Ivy Tyler Detorie Ivy League Rookie of the Week, 10-29 Max McKiernan Honorable Mention All-Ivy; Capital One Academic All-District I first team Bobby Thalman 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of the Week, 11-5; Senior CLASS Award candidate

WOMEN’S SOCCER Rachel Ames Ivy League Rookie of the Week, 10/15 Kristen Forster 1st Team All-Ivy; Capital One Academic AllDistrict I first team; Ivy League Player of the Week, 9/17 Paula Hagopian Ivy League Rookie of the Week, 9/4 Mary Kubiuk Academic All-Ivy Torrey Leroy 2nd Team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy

VOLLEYBALL McHaney Carter Academic All-Ivy Kelly Johnson Honorable Mention AVCA All-Northeast Region; Ivy League Rookie of the Year; 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Rookie of the Week, 11/13, 10/30, 10/16, 10/9, 9/18 Kendall Polan AVCA Honorable Mention All-America; AVCA All-Northeast Region; Ivy League Player of the Year; 1st Team AllIvy; Ivy League Player of the Week, 9/4, 9/25 Mollie Rogers 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of the Week, 11/6 Maddie Rudnick 2nd Team All-Ivy Haley Wessels 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of the Week, 9/11

MEN’S GOLF Sam Bernstein Individual medalist at Adams Cup

WOMEN’S GOLF Shreya Ghei Individual medalist at Dartmouth Invitational

CO -ED SAILING Cameron Cullman New England Men’s Singlehanded Champion

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Sarah Halejian 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of Week, 1/28 Megan Vasquez Honorable Mention All-Ivy Janna Graf Honorable Mention All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of Week, 12/10 Nyasha Sarju Ivy League Rookie of Week, 11/26

MEN’S FENCING Peter Cohen NCAA Championship qualifier (epee) Hugh O’Cinneide NCAA Championship qualifier (sabre) William Zhao Academic All-Ivy

WOMEN’S FENCING Madeline Oliver NCAA Championship qualifier (sabre); Academic All-Ivy Lauren Miller NCAA Championship qualifier ( foil)

GYMNASTICS Tara Feld All-ECAC first team (vault); All ECAC second team ( floor exercise); Academic All-Ivy; Ivy Classic Floor Exercise champion; ECAC Gymnast of Week, 3/21; Academic All-Ivy Stephanie Goldstein ECAC Scholar Athlete of Year Joyce Li All ECAC second team (bars) Ashley O’Connor ECAC Coaches Choice Award, 1/30 Brittney Sooksengdao All-ECAC first team (beam)

MEN’S HOCKEY Kenny Agostino 2nd-team All-ECAC, 2nd-team All-Ivy, 1stteam All-New England, West Regional All-Tournament Team, ECAC Player of Week; Josh Balch (Sr.) All-ECAC Academic Team Matthew Beattie All-ECAC Academic Team Clinton Bourbonais Frozen Four All-Tournament Carson Cooper All-ECAC Academic Team Colin Dueck All-ECAC Academic Team Tommy Fallen Honorable mention All-Ivy; All-ECAC Academic Team Matt Killian All-ECAC Academic Team Antoine Laganiere ECAC Player of Week, 2nd-team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy; All-ECAC Academic Team Cody Learned All-ECAC Academic Team Jeff Malcolm Frozen Four All-Tournament Team, ECAC Goalie of Month (March/April), ECAC Goalie of Week; All-ECAC Academic Team Nick Maricic Finalist for ECAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year; AllECAC Academic Team Andrew Miller 2nd-team CCM All-America (East); 1st-team All-ECAC, 1st-team All-Ivy (Ivy Player of Year), Frozen Four MVP, HCA National Player of Month (March/April), ECAC Player of Month (March/April); Ryan Obuchowski ECAC All-Rookie team; All-ECAC Academic Team Rob O’Gara All-ECAC Academic Team Charles Orzetti All-ECAC Academic Team Jesse Root West Regional All-Tournament; All-ECAC Academic Team Trent Ruffolo All-ECAC Academic Team Alex Ward All-ECAC Academic Team Nicholas Weberg All-ECAC Academic Team Connor Wilson All-ECAC Academic Team Stu Wilson Two-time ECAC Rookie of Week; All-ECAC Academic Team Mitch Witek All-ECAC Academic Team Gus Young Frozen Four All-Tournament, West Regional AllTournament; All-ECAC Academic Team

WOMEN’S HOCKEY Jamie Haddad ECAC Hockey Rookie of Week, 1/21 Jaimie Leonoff 2nd Team All-Ivy; ECAC Hockey Goaltender of Week, 10/30 Kate Martini ECAC Hockey Rookie of Week, 2/19 Alyssa Zupon Sarah Devens Award winner; Hockey Humanitarian Award finalist; Coach Wooden Citizen Cup semifinalist; ECAC Hockey Mandi Schwartz Award winner; Academic All-Ivy

MEN’S SQUASH Kenneth Chan 1st Team All-Ivy; Academic All-Ivy Hywel Robinson 1st Team All-Ivy

WOMEN’S SQUASH Katie Harrison Academic All-Ivy Millie Tomlinson 1st Team All-Ivy

MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Mike Dominski Harold Ulen Career High Point Swimmer at Ivy League Championship Rob Harder 1st Team All-Ivy (500 freestyle and 1000 freestyle); 2nd Team All-Ivy (1650 freestyle)

WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Eva Fabian NCAA qualifier (500, 1650 freestyles) 1st Team All-Ivy (1000 and 1650 freestyles); 2nd team All-Ivy (500 freestyle) Alexandra Forrester CSCAA Honorable Mention All-America (50 freestyle, 100 and 200 butterfly); NCAA qualifier (50 freestyle, 200 butterfly); 1st Team All-Ivy (100 and 200 butterfly, 400 freestyle relay); 2nd Team All-Ivy (50 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay) Cassidy Lapp 2nd Team All-Ivy (200 freestyle relay) Paige Meneses Ron Keenhold Career High Point Diver Award at Ivy League Championship Cynthia Tsay 1st Team All-Ivy (400 freestyle relay); 2nd Team All-Ivy (200 freestyle relay) Callie Fosburgh 1st Team All-Ivy (400 freestyle relay) Joan Weaver 1st Team All-Ivy (400 freestyle relay); 2nd Team All-Ivy (200 freestyle relay)

2013 Spring Honors BASEBALL David Hickey 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Pitcher of Week, 4/9 Cale Hanson Honorable Mention All-Ivy Brent Lawson 2nd Team All-Ivy Chris Piwinski 1st Team All-Ivy

SOFTBALL Tori Balta Honorable Mention All-Ivy Lauren Delgadillo Ivy League Rookie of Week, 3/10 Sarah Onorato Ivy League Player of the Year; NFCA AllNortheast Region 2nd Team; 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Player of the Week, 4/30, 4/2 Jennifer Ong Senior Class Award candidate

MEN’S TENNIS Daniel Hoffman 2nd Team All-Ivy singles; 2nd Team All-Ivy doubles John Huang 1st Team All-Ivy Marc Powers 2nd Team All-Ivy singles; 2nd Team All-Ivy doubles

WOMEN’S TENNIS Elizabeth Epstein 1st Team All-Ivy singles; 2nd Team All-Ivy doubles Madeleine Hamilton Ivy League Rookie of the Year; 1st Team All-Ivy singles Annie Sullivan 2nd Team All-Ivy singles; 2nd Team All-Ivy doubles

MEN’S LACROSSE Colin Flaherty: 2nd Team All-New England; Ivy League Player of Week Peter Johnson: Senior CLASS Award Finalist (2nd Team AllAmerican); HM USILA All-America; 1st Team All-Ivy; 1st Team All-New England; Ivy League All-Tournament Team; Selected for USILA North-South All-Star Game; USILA Scholar-Athlete Dylan Levings: HM USILA All-America; 2nd Team All-New England; Ivy League All-Tournament Team (MVP) Brandon Mangan: Tewaaraton Trophy Candidate; HM USILA All-America; 2nd Team All-Ivy; 1st Team All-New England; 2-time Ivy League Player of Week Michael McCormack: 2nd Team All-Ivy; Ivy League AllTournament Team; Selected for USILA North-South All-Star Game; USILA Scholar-Athlete Eric Natale: Ivy League All-Tournament Team Conrad Oberbeck: 2nd Team All-New England; Ivy League AllTournament Team Kirby Zdrill: 2nd Team All-Ivy; Selected for USILA North-South All-Star Game

WOMEN’S LACROSSE Nicole Daniggelis Synapse Sports All-Rookie Team; IWLCA AllNortheast Region; 1st Team All-Ivy; Ivy League Offensive Player of Week, 4/1 Devon Rhodes 2nd Team All-Ivy

MEN’S GOLF Sam Bernstein GCAA All-Northeast Region; NCAA qualifier; Ivy League Player of the Year; 2nd Team All-Ivy Bradley Kushner GCAA All-Northeast Region

WOMEN’S GOLF Shreya Ghei 2nd Team All-Ivy Marika Liu 1st Team All-Ivy Seo Hee Moon 1st Team All-Ivy

MEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT CREW Peter Bridgwater 2nd Team All-Ivy Joseph Hanlon 2nd Team All-Ivy Gregory Hausheer 2nd Team All-Ivy Gregory Hawkins 2nd Team All-Ivy Joshua Mann 2nd Team All-Ivy Matthew O’Donoghue 2nd Team All-Ivy Joshua Ruck 2nd Team All-Ivy Thomas Swartz 2nd Team All-Ivy Ilana Usiskin 2nd Team All-Ivy

WOMEN’S CREW Margaret Ayers CRCA Scholar Athlete Kristen Brownlee 2nd Team All-Ivy; CRCA 1st Team All-New England Nina Demmerle 2nd Team All-Ivy Christine Devlin CRCA Scholar Athlete Amina Edwards CRCA Scholar Athlete Kara Freeman CRCA Scholar Athlete Kristjana Gudmundsson CRCA Scholar Athlete Eliza Hastings CRCA 2nd Team All-America; CRCA 1st Team All-New England; 2nd Team All-Ivy Natalie King CRCA 1st Team All-America; CRCA 1st Team All-New England; 2nd Team All-Ivy Maddie Lips 2nd Team All-Ivy; CRCA Scholar Athlete Colleen Maher 2nd Team All-Ivy Claire Tolson (Jr..) 2nd Team All-Ivy; CRCA 2nd Team All-New England Kim Szokol 2nd Team All-Ivy; CRCA 1st Team All-New England Abbie Young 2nd Team All-Ivy

MEN’S TRACK Michael Levine 2nd Team All-Ivy (discus) James Shirvell NCAA qualifier (1500 run) Matthew Thwaites Academic All-District 1 track/cross country first team; Academic All-Ivy

WOMEN’S TRACK Dakata McCoy Academic All-District 1 track/cross country first team; Academic All-Ivy; Rhodes Scholar

CO -ED SAILING Charlotte Belling 2nd Team All-New England crew Cameron Cullman 1st Team All-New England skipper Graham Landy New England Sailor of Year finalist; 1st Team All-New England skipper Heather May New England Crew of the Year finalist; 1st Team All-New England Chris Segerblom 1st Team All-New England skipper

WOMEN’S SAILING Emily Billing All-NEISA Women’s Skippers First Team Claire Dennis All-America women’s skipper; All-NEISA Women’s Skippers First Team Marlena Fauer Honorable Mention All-America women’s skipper; All-NEISA Women’s Skippers Second Team Katherine Gaumond All-NEISA Crew First Team Morgan Kiss All-America women’s skipper; All-NEISA Women’s Skippers First Team Urska Kosir All-NEISA Crew First Team Amanda Salvesen All-NEISA Crew First Team

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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 2013, the award was presented to Andrew Miller of the Men’s Hockey team.

Andrew Miller Highlights

• Captain of the first Yale hockey team to win a national championship. • Two-time, firstteam All-ECAC pick who earned CCM All-America honors this season while compiling 18 goals and 41 points. • 114 assists place him atop the school’s career list, while his 156 points rank fifth at Yale. • Named 2012-13 Ivy League Player of the Year while also garnering ECAC Hockey Player of the Month for March/April • Signed a contract with the Edmonton Oilers a few days after the national championship.

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, who was an assistant director of undergraduate admissions at Yale for 46 years. The 2013 recipient was Elizabeth Epstein of the Women’s Tennis team.

Elizabeth Epstein Highlights

• Three-time AllIvy selection and a two-time winner of the team’s Lisa Rosenblum Award, given to the most valuable player. • Team captain, unanimous pick for first team All-Ivy. • Posted a 26-9 overall record and was ranked as high as No. 42 nationally in singles. • First team All-Ivy recognition following her junior season. • Won the clinching match in Yale’s victory over Saint Mary’s in the NCAA Tournament. • In doubles, Epstein was a second team All-Ivy selection with partner Annie Sullivan. • Off the court, Epstein has been involved in New Haven Tennis Outreach, mentoring and teaching tennis to young children in the New Haven public school system.

Q & A: Andrew Miller WILLIAM NEELY MALLORY AWARD What is the best part about winning a National Championship? Winning a National Championship was an unbelievable experience that my teammates, coaches, fans, and school got to enjoy together. It was a goal that we had been striving to achieve for a long time, and the work that we did on and off the ice paid off in the most gratifying way possible. What advice do you have for aspiring hockey players? Enjoy everything you do and take advantage of every single opportunity that is given to you while having fun 100% of the time. What was it like playing in the Whale? When The Whale is packed to capacity, and people are standing three rows deep because there is no place to sit is an environment that is unparalleled in the ECAC and one of the best places in all of college hockey to play. We have hands down the best band in college hockey. The atmosphere is electric and sometimes it feels like the roof is about to blow off. 6

Thomas W. Ford ’42 Student-Athlete Community Outreach Award The Ford Award, given annually to the male and female studentathletes 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 2012 recipients were Heather May of the Coed Sailing team, Sam Haig of the Men’s Squash team, and Alyssa Zupon of the Women’s Ice Hockey team.

Heather May Highlights

• NEISA All-American crew. • Chair of the Yale Athletics Student-Athlete Community Outreach Committee. • Helped organize the two annual Youth Days, serving more than 600 area children. • Organized the Yale Athletics Holiday Gift Giving Initiative, arranging for Yale athletic teams to purchase gifts for needy families. • Managed the Bulldog Buddies program, which brings Yale student-athletes to Troup Elementary School for reading, tutoring and academic help.

Sam Haig Highlights

• Volunteer for Squash Haven, working daily as both a tutor and a squash coach for more than 80 local children enrolled in the program. • As a volunteer for Yale Athletics Youth Days, Haig managed the barbecue lunch for more than 600 participants per year as Yale student-athletes worked with local children on sports skills twice per year. • Haig received the Yale squash team’s Harold K. Wilkens, Sr. Award for his character, dedication and discipline.

Alyssa Zupon Highlights

• Co-founded the “Yale Bulldog PAWS (Pediatric Alliance With Student-athletes)” program, which pairs Yale athletic teams with pediatric patients at YaleNew Haven Hospital. • She and her Yale women’s ice hockey teammates “adopted” a local girl who was recovering from surgery for a brain tumor. • Co-founded “Hope for Tomorrow”, a charitable organization designed to assist with earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan.

Kiputh Student-Athlete Distinction Award The Kiputh Award, given to the male and female studentathletes who rank highest in scholarship and have earned two varsity awards. This year, Dakota McCoy of the Women’s Track and Field team and Patrick O’Keefe of the Lightweight Crew team were presented with the award.

Dakota McCoy Highlights

• Biology major and member of Branford College, has a 3.95 GPA and has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship and a Goldwater Scholarship. • Member of Phi Beta Kappa. • Academic All-Ivy League and CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition.

Patrick O’Keefe Highlights

• Applied mathematics major in Calhoun College, has a 3.94 GPA. • Member of Phi Beta Kappa. • Won a gold medal in 2012 at the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (EARC) Sprints as a member of the second varsity boat, and helped the varsity boat to a third-place finish at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championship.

Meyer Humanitarian Award The Meyer Award is named in honor of Molly Meyer, a nurse practitioner at Yale University Health Services who has been addressing 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 2013, the award was presented to Lexy Adams of the Field Hockey team and Colin Bibb of the Football team.

Lexy Adams Highlights

• One of 40 undergraduate Yale Communication and Consent Educators working to foster a positive campus climate. • Community Health Educator in the New Haven public schools. • Designed and taught an English curriculum for middle school Thai students during Spring Break in 2011. • Summer Teaching Fellow in Mauritius with ELI Africa in 2011. • Fellow for the Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) Conference in Ethiopia.

Colin Bibb Highlights

• Organized the Warrior-Scholar program at Yale, which is part of Operation Opportunity, a charitable organization started by former Yale football player Jesse Reising ’11. • Participated in the Warrior-Scholar program, which utilizes classes and workshops at Yale to help service members prepare for the transition from the military to college. • Academic All-Ivy League selection and earned the Norman S. Hall Memorial Trophy for service to Yale football.

Brodhead Award Women’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 English department for more than 30 years. The women’s fencing team won the award with a 3.69 cumulative grade point average through the fall of 2012. The team had an Academic All-Ivy League selection in senior Madeline Oliver, who was one of 10 team members who qualified for NCAA Regionals, and was one of two who went on to compete at the NCAA Championship. Yale finished 10th at the championship.

Q & A: Dakota McCoy KIPUTH STUDENT-ATHLETE AWARD

How did you manage to be both an outstanding athlete and an outstanding student? It is difficult to balance a tough academic schedule, extracurricular research, and Division I athletic commitments; such is the beauty and challenge of Yale athletics! But navigating the balancing act enhances the reward of both; I would not be where I am today if not for Yale track and field. What is your favorite athletic memory? Sophomore year, Ivy League Outdoor Championships – an event steeped in history and tradition – was held at Yale. Even better, my final event was the 4x400 m relay, perhaps the most classic (and grueling) event in track and field. As I stood on the line ready to receive the baton, on my home track, with my best friends, I was struck by the moment. I felt so lucky to be one small part of the age-old tradition of Yale athletics, a tradition emphasizing teamwork, discipline, resilience, and camaraderie. The realization hit me, the world froze… and then time resumed, I took the baton, and ran as fast as I could.

Q & A: Heather May THOMAS W. FORD ’42 STUDENT-ATHLETE COMMUNITY OUTREACH AWARD What have you learned from being head of the Yale Athletics Student-Athlete Community Outreach Committee? As the president of the Yale Athletics Student-Athlete Community Outreach Committee, I learned how large and positive Yale’s impact is on the broader New Haven community. I have seen first-hand how important it is to both Yale students and faculty to reach out to others nearby; and that was the best part about my job, seeing how happy it made both Yale and the New Haven residents to come together. It is amazing how much time Yale students and faculty take out of their busy daily schedules to reach out, volunteer in the classroom, play sports games, and donate holiday gifts to those New Haven school students in need. What’s it like being on a nationally-ranked but less-known varsity sport? College sailing is a hidden gem. When I first came to Yale, I felt humbled to sail for one of the country’s top-ranked sailing teams. Yale sailing has produced student-athletes who became Olympic medalists or America’s Cup sailors. However, to most, the sport of sailing is foreign, and there is certainly a share of people who turn their heads and squint when I say the words “tack” or “jibe”. At the end of the day, though, I don’t rig my boat and leave the dock to gain more publicity; I do it because I love the sport and I love competing for Yale.

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Sports & Recreation Update

Community Involvement

The purpose of the of the club and recreational sports at Yale is to fill the need for uniquely structured sport activities and to enhance the learning experience through student involvement in fundraising, organization, administration, budgeting, leadership, and scheduling, along with athletic skill.

Club Sports Highlights Badminton President/Captain: Eric Chen & Ming Chen • Invited to World University Championships to represent Team USA in Badminton. • Tied for number one in the Intercollegiate Badminton Association (IBA) rankings in all three divisions. • In the first-ever Ivy League Badminton Championships, the women’s team secured 2nd place, while the men’s and mixed teams both secured 3rd place.

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: • Connect Yale Athletics and Yale Student-Athletes with the New Haven Community • Provide Yale Student-Athletes with the opportunity to become involved in community programs • Encourage community groups, organizations, and schools to attend Yale Athletic events and utilize Yale Athletic facilities and fields • Develop new and creative programs that benefit the New Haven community

Snowboarding President/Captain: Andrea Torres & Joe Giammittorio • In Snowboarding’s first season of racing, Rae Taylor-Burns and Joe Giammittorio qualified for the USCSA National Championships in Sun Valley, Idaho.

Men’s Volleyball

Annual Community Outreach Programs

President/Captain: Martin Shapiro • Ranked 3rd out of 40 teams in the region after defeating UConn, the #1 ranked team in South Division, as well as in the top 25 teams in DII.

Women’s Volleyball President/Captain: Claire Fitzpatrick • Advanced through playoffs and into pool play in each of the 4 regular tournaments played. • Defeated powerhouse teams including UConn, Northeastern, Boston University, and Boston College, and remained undefeated against Ivy League opponents.

Ballroom Dance President/Captain: Natalie Drucker & Connie Kuang • Attended eight ballroom dance competitions together as a team with numerous placements • Awards at every level: Newcomer, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Syllabus, Prechamp, and Open.

Men’s Basketball President/Captain: Zachary Miles • Highest-placing finish of a YCB team to date (third) at the club’s biggest tournament.

Cycling President/Captain: Erica Blom & Travis Rabbit • Secured a team berth to attend collegiate nationals, where the team placed 10th in Division ii.

Pistol & Rifle Club President: Cecilia Sanchez • First time that Yale was able to field a women’s team. • Qualified as a team for the Intercollegiate Pistol Championships, placing 9th in open air pistol and 9th in standard pistol.

Men’s Rugby

• Beat Harvard with a thrilling goal line stand for the first time in 6 years. • 7’s: beat Dartmouth once and Harvard twice.

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Intramurals Highlights • Trumbull won the Tyng Cup in a very tight race against Jonathan Edwards, ending JE’s 3-year championship hold. The playoffs of the Spring Sports were the deciding factor, as Trumbull took 31 of 41 points in matches against Jonathan Edwards in the final week. • Peter Jasinski, Davenport, and Christina Marmol, Jonathan Edwards, were awarded the Robert E. Lewis, Jr. Memorial Trophy • 31 Intramural sports were offered over the course of the year. • Croquet was added as an exhibition sport. • Nearly 35% of undergraduate women and around 60% of undergraduate men participated in Intramurals at Yale.

2012-2013 Marketing • Football averaged 12,453 in attendance per game • Hockey averaged 3,200 fans in attendance per game • Men’s Basketball attendance was 1,600 fans per game. • 6800 fans follow Yale Athletics’ Twitter account. • 4500 fans have joined Yale Athletics’ Facebook page.

HOLIDAY GIFT-GIVING INITIATIVE Yale Varsity teams sponsor families who cannot afford holiday presents and buy kids items on their wish lists.

NYSP AT YALE The National Youth Sports Program is a free program that combines athletic activities and academic instruction NEW HAVEN TENNIS OUTREACH for New Haven youth. Now in its 17th year at (NHTO) NHTO is a non-profit program for Yale, the program drew more than 230 camplow-income students in grades 3-12. Members ers and offered instruction in various sports as of the Yale Varsity Tennis teams mentor the well as Alcohol & Drug Awareness, Health & program’s students year-round, providing Nutrition, and Math & Science. consistent tennis and one-on-one academic instruction. BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS Mentoring program matches New Haven SKATE WITH THE TEAMS The Men’s youth with a Yale Student-Athlete to meet and Women’s Hockey teams give hundreds of weekly for homework help, games, and youth the opportunity to skate with the teams field trips. and get autographs of their favorite Bulldog players. BULLDOG BUDDIES Student-Athletes visit a local elementary school every week to help kids with homework and to play sports in SQUASH HAVEN A year-round, afterthe gym. school enrichment program for New Haven youth to promote academic, athletic, and BULLDOG PAWS (Pediatrics Alliance with personal growth through a program of squash Student-Athletes) pairs Yale athletic teams instruction and community service. with pediatric patients with severe medical conditions. Various YALE COMMUNITY ROWING For Teams currently involved teams “adopt” over ten years, Yale student-athletes and a child as a new in Bulldog PAWS: coaches have taught youth the sport of teammate and Crew on the Housatonic River at Yale’s Women’s Ice Hockey develop a bond of Gilder Boathouse. Softball mutual support Women’s Basketball and friendship YALE SWIM NEW HAVEN Members Men’s Basketball between child and of both the Men’s and Women’s swim Football team. By adopting teams volunteer every Saturday in the these children, the Women’s Swimming and Spring to teach over 30 kids how to swim. athletes make them Diving members of their YOUTH DAYS Hundreds of youth come Gymnastics teams, including to Yale Athletic facilities to watch varsity bringing them teams compete as part of an entire day Bulldogs gear, telling them about the teams of student-athlete clinics, barbeques, free tand what competing is like, and more imporshirts, autograph sessions, face painting, and tantly being their friend — emailing them, more. Fall Youth Day at the Yale Bowl has visiting them in clinic, and inviting them to taken place for several years and continues to movies and games. be the most well-attended outreach event of the year.

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2012–13 Fundraising Results Thank you to all of our donors and volunteers who helped Yale Athletics achieve record results in 2012-13. In

2012-13:

• The Yale Athletics endowment experienced its greatest annual influx of cash and pledges. While $6.7 million was added to the existing principal, over $12.5 million was pledged to new funds or existing Yale Athletics funds. • $2,993,329 was raised in total donations for our Sport Associations and Ray Tompkins Associates. • Giving to Ray Tompkins Associates increased by 150% over 2011-12 and the amount, $168,497, was a new record. • Fundraising for varsity sports went over its goal (104%)

2012-13: A Record-Shattering Year for Yale Athletic Fundraising

2011-12 ACTUAL

2012–13 GOAL

2012–13 ACTUAL

Goal Exceeded by

Total Cash

$5,832,918

$6,000,000

$14,070,539

over $8,000,000 (record)

Total Annual Cash

$2,643,618

$3,000,000

$3,240,136

almost $250,000 (record)

Total Annual Cash—Varsity Sports

$2,853,785

$2,900,000

$2,993,329

$100,000 (record)

Total Endowment Cash

$1,000,125

$500,000

$6,720,667

over $6,000,000 (record)

Total Endowment Pledges

$2,000,000

$2,000,000

$12,523,433

over $10,000,000 (record)

# New Head Coach Endowments

1

1

4

400% (record)

# New Programmatic Endowments

4

5

11

almost 200% (record)

Record Four New Coaching Endowments in 2012-13 Caroline Ruth Thompson ‘02 Head Coach of Field Hockey Y150 Alumni Head Coach of Lightweight Crew Rudolph L. Meredith Head Coach of Women’s Soccer Swensen-McMahon Head Coach of Women’s Tennis

Record 11 New Programmatic Endowments in 2012-13 The Massaro Family Fund for Baseball Larry Pidgeon ‘85 Fund for Men’s Golf John and Evelyn McNiff Fund for Men’s Golf Lisu Liu Memorial Fund for Golf Brad Gano ‘78 Fund for Men’s Lacrosse William B. Harrison, Jr. P’13, P’15 and Anne Harrison P’13, P’15 Squash Fund Anonymous Fund for Squash The Massaro Family Fund for Men’s Hockey The Quentin I. Smith, Jr. Fund for Athletics Yale Basketball Excellence Fund Yale Women’s Soccer Fund

Capital Project: Renovated Weight Room The Brooks-Dwyer Varsity Strength & Conditioning Center received a dramatic renovation this year. Through the generosity of lead donors Kevin Genda ‘87 and Karen Yarasavage ‘87, along with David Schwartz ‘87 and Scott Wagner ‘92, the facility was upgraded with all new state-of-theart equipment and a turf sprint track through the center of the room. The new weight room allows for more teams to train at one time, easing the burden on student-athletes to find time to lift during their busy academic schedules. In addition, it allows our strength and conditioning staff to customize sport-specific training programs to maximize results on the field. Thank you to our incredible donors who made this enhancement possible — all of our student athletes and coaches will reap the benefits of this new space.

A Memorable Year for Yale Field Hockey and its Alumnae Association

Combining Resources to Grow Crew Endowments 2012–13 marked an amazing year for the Crew Association and the growth of their endowment. The Lightweight Crew alumni set an ambitious goal for 2012–13 — to endow the head coaching position through a grass roots campaign. The process began by merging existing endowments (started by Steve Flagg ‘57, Andy Bacas ‘80 and Alec Ellison ‘84) to create a nucleus fund for the initiative. Then an endowment committee began making calls to raise the $1.5 million necessary to name a head coach fund. Over 120 donors met the goal in June. From this point forward, the position will be known as the Y150 Alumni Head Coach of Lightweight Rowing.

On the women’s side, aiming to raise $400,000 for their 40th anniversary in the spring of 2014, the alumnae of Yale Crew surpassed that goal in less than a year and immediately boosted their goal to $500,000. Known as the “Drive our Future Fund: With Each Other, For Each Other,” this initiative was spearheaded by Winnie Nordell ‘88 and supported by a large group of volunteers. The gratifying response was due to an effective social media campaign and class challenge, with 47 alumni/ae and friends supporting the endeavor. The group is looking forward to celebrating the achievement of the $500,000 milestone by April 2014.

Congratulations, crews! Gifts can still be made to both funds by contacting Alison Cole ‘99 at alison.cole@yale.edu.

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Lightweight Crew Endowment Committee Steve Flagg ‘57 Dave Vogel ‘71 Andy Bacas ‘80 Tim Bradley ‘83 Alec Ellison ‘84 Mike Hard Jr. ‘84 Pat Perry ‘89 Steve Purdy ‘98

Generations of Yale field hockey players gathered in New Haven from October 19–21 for a unique celebration, as the Bulldogs recognized the 40th anniversary of field hockey at Yale. As the first female varsity sport at Yale, the team drew upon its rich history for a weekend filled with get-togethers, panel presentations, varsity games, an alumnae game, and a lively banquet which included many memories and a recognition of the 1980 and 2011 Ivy League championship teams. The night’s most emotional moment came when Coach Pamela Stuper acknowledged the parents of Caroline Thompson ‘02, Neil ‘63 and Kathy, who established an endowment for the program in memory of their daughter, who had been a popular field hockey captain when she was a student at Yale. In the spring of 2013, the Thompsons generously endowed the head field hockey coaching position, which will henceforth be known as the Caroline Thompson ‘02 Head Coach of Field Hockey.

One of the many activities that Yale Sport Associations support is out-of-region travel. During the spring of 2013, the field hockey team traveled to Barcelona, Spain, to play field hockey against local teams and learn about Spanish history and culture. The team won all of their games and visited many Spanish landmarks. The Yale Field Hockey Association, led by Lorraine Pratte Lewis ‘78 and Jan Colarusso Seeley ‘82, set a lofty goal of raising $40,000 a year for 5 years so that $200,000 in annual use funds will be made available by 2017 to help sustain excellence on and off the field. The Association is making great strides toward achieving that goal, raising over $100,000 in 2012–13.

Drive Our Future Committee Anne Boucher ‘80 Jennifer Mogck ‘86 Winnie Jones Nordell ‘88 Annie Forbes Lux ‘02 Jo Hess Callahan ‘06 Alex Moser ‘06 Meg Sullivan ‘08 Berkley Adrio ‘09 Lee Glandorf ‘09

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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 Sharyar Aziz ‘74 Squash Stephen B. Blum ‘74 Fencing Aileen Daly ‘01 Volleyball Adam Barrick ‘06 Baseball 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 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 Kristen Gengaro ‘00 Softball Bill Sibold ‘89 Tennis Karen M. Yarasavage ‘87 Basketball

Association Board Members Baseball Chris Bade ‘91 Rich Bershtein ‘80 Keith Caggiano ‘97 Adam Doherty ‘96 Dave Esposito ‘90 Rob Farnen ‘98 Eric Naison-Phillips ‘03 Rich Perez ‘97 Justin Walters ‘03

Basketball Brad Berger ‘77 Autumn Braddock ‘99 Ashley Carter ‘10 Stuart E. Davies ‘92 Erica Davis ‘07 Terry Durkin ‘84 J. Peter Foley ‘84 Alex Gamboa ‘05 Brynn Gingras ‘04 Earl Graves, Jr. ‘84 Joshua Greenberg ‘06 Harriet W. Hopf, M.D. ‘82 Sue Johnson ‘86 Sung Kim ‘08 Jack Langer ‘71 Steve Leondis ‘83 Mark Lovett ‘05 Frank Maturo ‘80 Kate Merker ‘02 Matthew Minoff ‘04 Susan Patton ‘88 Don Scharf ‘55 Deborah Shertzer ‘95 Justin Simon ‘04 Ted Smith ‘00 Todd Trimmer ‘93 Charles Vachris ‘61 Dorsey Whitestone ‘39 Haywood Wright ‘10 Karen Yarasavage ‘87

Crew William Becklean ‘58 Donald Bingham ‘95 Edward S. Burke ‘82 Eric Den Besten ‘97 H. Richter Elser ‘81 James Elting ‘61 Stephen V. Flagg ‘57 Brian Jamieson ‘91 Eugenia Kiesling ‘78 Catharine Manley ‘92 Mark Mannion ‘05 Margaret Mathews ‘79 James J. Millar ‘80 Jennifer Mogck ‘86 Mark Mongelluzo ‘96 Andrew Morley ‘01 Ellen Jones Nordell ‘88 Peter W. Nordell, Jr. ‘88 George W. Shuster ‘67 Ruth Kennedy Sudduth ‘83 Thomas Weil ‘70

Cross Country and Track & Field Kenneth III Andersen `95 Tim Bertaccini `77 Zach Boisi `01 Hiran Cantu `89 John P. Cleary `54 William H. “Bard” Cook `77

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Robert F. Doyle `01 Earl Downing III `71 Shannon Duff `99 Kimberly A. Fulton, MD `91 Lisa Hintz `85 Bob Lesko `91 Richard J. MacDonald `72 Geoffrey S. Mearns `81 Jason L. Michel `91 Michael C. Stanley `54 Eric A. Seiff `55 Sally Strauss `82 Matt Taylor ‘00 Emily Taylor ‘01 James Vanasek `92 James A. Wade `59 Kristen L. White `97

Fencing Andrew Baumel ‘88 Martin Bloomer ‘82 James Borin ‘93 James Feberic, M.D. ‘93 George Bradley Jr. ‘75 Cherie Chen ‘97 Margaret Church ‘95 Stacy Creamer ‘81 Sean Crotty ‘86 Peter Devine ‘00 Leslie Fagen, Esq. ‘71 Matthew Fragner ‘75 Corey Friedlander ‘74 Nicole Gray ‘92 Edgar House ‘75 David Jacobson ‘06 Col. Matthew Jones, USMC ‘89 Kristaps Keggi, M.D. ‘55 Carl Knobloch, Jr. ‘51 Wei-Tai Kwok ‘85 Wylie Levone ‘92 Sherry March ‘74 Elizabeth Merritt ‘81 Timothy Mueller ‘85 James Rorhbach ‘05

Field Hockey Abby Alt ‘99 Lindsay Phelps Acevedo ‘99 Emily Bateson ‘80 Erin Carter ‘12 Anne Lehman Dillman ‘93 Elizabeth Gardner ‘01 Heidi Humphrey ‘75, ‘78 MFA Alyssa Jethani ‘09, ‘13 MBA Anne Keating ‘77 Lorraine Pratte Lewis ‘78 Heather Orrico ‘07 Carol McPhillips Roberts ‘81 Jan Colarusso Seeley ‘82 Taylor Sankovich ‘12 Maggi Smeal ‘82 Pam Stuper

Football Brian A. Ameche ‘75 Harris J. Ashton ‘54 Robert B. Blanchard ‘61 Carm Cozza Fred Danforth ‘73 Jed Duncan ‘83 Stephen Ehikian ’04 Alex Faherty ‘05 John R. Ford ‘72 Christopher Gaughan ‘91 Casey Gerald ’09 Thomas Giella ‘91 Gregory Hall ‘77

Henry G. Higdon ‘63 Robert D. Kenney ‘67 Thomas A. Kokoska ‘82 Frederick Leone ‘82 Michael J. Luzzi ‘85 John Lykouretzos ‘95 Chris Michalik ‘91 John Neary ‘91 John J. Nitti ‘81 John Pagliaro ’78 Jay Pilkerton ‘09 Bill Primps ‘71 Matt Proto ‘01 Jonathan Reese ‘90 John P. Rogan ‘82 Donald F. Scharf ‘55 Robert D. Skoronski ‘79 Joel E. Smilow ‘54 Robert J. Sokolowski ‘69 Michael J. Tomana ‘78 Bruce W. Weinstein ‘69 Gregory A. Weiss ‘66 Advisory Board Brian J. Dowling ’69 John T. Downey ’51 John G. Fencik ’76 Calvin Hill ’69 Richard M. Jauron ’73

Golf Ed Brockner ‘01 Ellie Brophy ‘08 Jack Curren Jordanna Davis ‘03 Nathaniel Hundt ‘06 Barbara Israel Jim Kreuttner ‘68 Peter Pulaski Brian Regan ‘02 Katie Renoff ‘99 January Romero ‘06 Chawwadee Rompothong ‘00 Mike Salvagno Bill Sawyer ‘73 Colin Sheehan ‘97 Steph Wei ‘05

Hockey Paul A. Castraberti ‘02 J. Philip Clark ‘74 Paul E. Farren, Jr. ‘66 Regan E. Gilbride ‘07 Thomas B. Ketchum ‘72 William R. Matthews III ‘90 Matthew R. Nelson ‘09 John E. Ormiston III ‘71 Laurie C. Rousseau ‘98 The Rev. Susan Cavanagh Wyper ‘84, ‘08 MDiv

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

Sailing

Skillman (Squash)

Swimming & Diving

Peter A. Alarie ‘90 Henry H. Anderson, Jr. ‘43 George Kimball Atwood ‘92 Matthew C Barry ‘07 Mark R. Bellermann ‘87 Peter A. Bowe ‘78 Nicole Breault ‘94 Zachary Scott Brown ‘08 Molly E. Carapiet ‘06 H. Allan Carscaddon ‘91 David M. Coit ‘69 Abigail E. Coplin ‘08 Susan F. Daly ‘78 Henry P. Davison II ‘84 Norman L. Dawley ‘63 Arthur A. Diefendorf ‘57 Caleb Dorfman ‘09 Laurence W. Ehrhardt ‘90 Kendra C. Emhiser ‘07 James G.B. Ewing IV ‘99 Isabelle S. Kinsolving Farrar ‘02 Elizabeth Cleveland Fenzel ‘01 Edward J. Ferrarone ‘98 John J. Flynn ‘00 Dwight L. Gertz ‘73 William E. Gladstone ‘79 Arthur C. Gleason ‘93 Louise Gleason ’91 Michael E. Gooch-Breault ‘92 Lisa H. Gosselin ‘84 Emily C. Hill ‘07 Stanley K. Honey ‘78 Robert H. Hopkins, Jr. ‘81 Jennifer Burlingame Hoyle ‘05 B.S ‘10 MEM Mike Yue Huang ‘96 B.S. ‘05 MBA Suzanne E. Huminski ‘91 Jennifer Isler ‘85 Peter F. Isler ‘78 Meredith Christine Killion ‘05 Mr. Arthur Berard Kinsolving ‘03 Martin Kits Van Heyningen ‘81 Elizabeth Lucile Kratzig ‘96 Zachary Nelson Leonard ‘89 President Richard Levin GRD ‘74 Harriet Rogers Linskey ‘82 Catherine Hyde Littlefield ‘04 George F. Malcolmson II ‘03 Lawrence Matthews Harry Eben Mattison ‘94 Elizabeth F. McCance ‘89 Jonathan D. McKee ‘83 Stuart Pfeiffer McNay ‘05 Marla Menninger ‘10 David M. Murphy ‘86 H. Coleman Norris ‘53 David B. Perry ‘77 Patrick T. Seaver ‘72 Karl David Seibert ‘99 Ezra Charles Smith ‘95 Wallace J. Stenhouse, Jr. ‘49 Stephen E. Taylor ‘73 David B. Vietor ‘63 Richard R. Vietor ‘64 Dana Forbes Worth ‘04

Alia Aziz ‘10 Sharyar Aziz, Jr. ‘10 Tracy Ball-Greer ‘81 Natalie Yates Cacciato ‘82 William J. C. Carlin ‘85 Thomas A. Clayton ‘89 James Dowd Quincy Fennebreque ‘04 Zerline L. Goodman ‘84 William Harrison Melissa Pearsall Hirsch ‘89 Jeff Kahle ‘84 Emily Ash Lungstrum ‘95 Benton S. Moyer ‘96 Bill Mulrow ‘78 John Musto Devraj Roy ‘98 Theodore P. Shen ‘66 Mike Solovay ‘81 Advisory Board Henry Sam Chauncey ’57 A. Carter Fergusson ‘45 Christopher Forster ‘54 Samuel P. Howe ‘60 Charles C. Kingsley ‘59 Elizabeth P. Munson ‘78 Margaret Yates Thorne ‘77

Nate Cartmell ‘73 Steve Clark ‘65 Jeremy Fain ‘99 Mike Faro ‘93 Melanie Ginter ‘78 Steve Gold ‘99 Katie Hazelwood ‘86 Bert Hazlett ‘87 Dave Hershey ‘62 Jen Hiltunen ‘97 Kate Ivers ‘99 Todd Kaplan ‘86 Susan Kim ‘10 Alexis Lerner Katz ‘94 Mark Loftis ‘83 Andrea Martin ‘99 Moira McClosky ‘07 Matthew Meade ‘87 Lisa O’Dell Rapuano ‘80 Brett Rubin ‘00 Buck Smith ‘75 Tom Stebbins ‘94 Casey Whalen-Sellers ‘96 Bendan Woo ‘08

Soccer Edward L. Barlow, Esq. `56 Peter B. Bartlett `56 Andrew K. Block `61 Robert Bonta `93 Samuel R. Callaway, Jr. `64 Elise Cappella `93 Dana Britt Davies `93 Paul C. Dietche `53 Melanie Anne Dixon `94 Alexander Ercklentz `59 John C. Ertmann `79 Paul R. Farago `78 Charles A. Frank, III `63 Wayne K. Gersoff, M.D. `77 Marion Lauren Gillies `03 Alan J. Ginsberg `83 David E. Goldblatt `90 Stephen D. Greenberg `70 John S. Griswold, Jr. `67 Harry Gruner `81 Wendy Y. Hill `81 Cynthia Hayden Kempner `79 James L. Kempner `79 Karen F. Krieger `79 Danica Brown Liberman `00 Richard H. McNerney `82 Timothy B. Pirrung `76 Amy Jean Porter `97 Donald S. Reiter `76 Margaret P. Roraback `83 Adam J. Sullins `96 Douglas E. Spellman, Jr. `99 Juliette F. Spelman `99 Kenneth E. Stocker `73 Carmen K. Sturm `98 Elizabeth M. Swisher, M.D. `87 Joseph Upton, III M.D. `66 Darcy Anne Whaley `97 Martha Reed Woodroofe `97

Tennis Christine Alford ‘07 William Benjes `88 Donald Dell `60 Barbara Ellis `00 Matt Feldman `06 Alberto Franco `’82 David Golllob `90 Kathleen Haigood `82 Thomas Hartch `63 Todd Khoury `87 Cindy Kuragami `95 Meghan McMahon `87 Lauren Muehl `01 Jennifer Mahoney `90 Deborah Peck-Phillips `77 Cameron Ragen `90 Shane Read `85 Gregory Royce ‘01 Alan Schwartz `52 Santtu Seppala ‘93 Diane Straus-Tucker `73 Mark Warnken `98 Martin Wostenholme `84

Volleyball Lauren Burke ‘05 Collette Fitzgerald Chambers ‘01 Anne Forrest ‘79 Suzie Krentz ‘80 Christen Paluf ‘06 Ally Mendenhall ‘09 Celia (Neiman) Rodrigues ‘81 Erica Tarin ‘00

Donors

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

Ivy Championship Club ($10,000+) 1943 Mr. Henry H. Anderson, Jr. ‘43 1948 Mr. Wilson Nolen ‘48 1951 Mr. Carl W. Knobloch, Jr. ‘51 1952 Mr. Nicholas F. Brady ‘52 1954 Mr. Harris J. Ashton ‘54 Mr. Irving F. Jensen, Jr. ‘54 Mr. Charles B. Johnson ‘54 Mr. Joel E. Smilow ‘54 1955 Mr. Donald F. Scharf ‘55 1956 Mr. Joseph C. McNay ‘56 1957 Loyal Durand, Ph.D. ‘57 Mr. Colin C. Jensen ‘57 Mr. Theodore T. Jones ‘57 Mr. Reed Rubin ‘57 1958 Mr. John P. Bent, Jr. ‘58 Mr. William C. Bullock, Jr. ‘58 Mr. James D. Darby, Jr. ‘58 Mr. Edward J. Holahan, Jr. ‘58 1961 Mr. Brian R. Kenney ‘61 Mr. Howard A. Will, Jr. ‘61 1963 Mr. Henry G. Higdon ‘63 Mr. Erik MacFarlane Jensen ‘63 Mr. Jerome P. Kenney ‘63 Mr. William C. Petty III ‘63 Mr. Neil L. Thompson ‘63 Mr. David B. Vietor ‘63 1964 Mr. Dennis P. Lynch ‘64 1965 Mr. Bruce D. Alexander ‘65 1966 Mr. Benjamin W. Partridge IV ‘66 Mr. Andre C. Suan ‘66 1967 Mr. Mark R. Jensen ‘67 1969 Mr. Thomas R. Hood ‘69 1970 Mr. Stephen D. Greenberg ‘70 1971 Mr. Preston G. Athey ‘71 Stephen A. Cushner, MD ‘71 1972 Mr. John S. Lapides ‘72 Francis J. Menton, Jr., Esq. ‘72 1973 Mr. Dean M. Boylan, Jr. ‘73 Mr. Alexander M. Cutler ‘73 Mr. Robbin S. Johnson ‘73 1974 Mr. Sharyar Aziz ‘74 Mr. Stephen B. Blum ‘74 Michael D. Clayman, MD ‘74 Mr. Bruce A. Featherstone ‘74 Mr. Jeffrey Q. Smith ‘74

1977 Mr. William Adams IV ‘77 & Ms. Elisabeth L. Adams ‘78 Tom A. Bernstein, Esq. ‘77 Ms. Anne F. Keating ‘77 1978 Ms. Elisabeth L. Adams ‘78 & Mr. William Adams IV ‘77 Mr. Jonathan W. Ayers ‘78 Mr. Keith A. Bassi ‘78 Mr. Stephen D. Benjamin ‘78 Ms. Elinor Dwyer McKenna ‘78 Mr. Lance A. Smith ‘78 Mr. Douglas G. Tennant ‘78 1979 Mr. William C. Kunkler III ‘79 1980 Mr. Joshua Bekenstein ‘80 Ms. Virginia A. Gilder ‘80 Mr. Gary M. Lawrence ‘80 Mr. Clark J. McCombe ‘80 Richard F. Salinaro & Ms. Karen S. Salinaro ‘80 Mr. David Swensen ‘80 Mr. Dean J. Takahashi ‘80 & Ms. Wendy S. Sharp ‘82 1981 Ms. Melanie A. Ginter ‘81 Mrs. Carol L. Roberts ‘81 Mr. Keith M. Rudman ‘81 Mr. Michael B. Solovay ‘81 1982 Mr. Eugene F. Cowell III ‘82 Ms. Wendy S. Sharp ‘82 & Mr. Dean J. Takahashi ‘80 Ms. Mary Margaret Smeal ‘82 1983 Mr. Timothy P. Bradley ‘83 Mr. John P. McNiff ‘83 & Ms. Evelyn McNiff ‘83 Mr. Brian Pidgeon ‘83 Mr. Harry L. You ‘83 & Ms. Heesun Kim ‘99 MBA 1984 Mr. John G. Coumantaros ‘84 Mr. J. Peter Foley, Jr. ‘84 Mr. George U. Wyper ‘84 1985 Mr. Richard C. Albright, Jr. ‘85 Mr. Paul D. Farrell ‘85 1986 Ms. Jane Buchan ‘86 Mr. Todd P. Kaplan ‘86 1987 Ms. Susan R. Forst ‘87 & Mr. Edward C. Forst Mr. David W. Schwartz ‘87 1988 Mr. William D. Benjes III ‘88 & Dr. Lori Steinberg Benjes ‘89 Mrs. Ellen W. Jones-Nordell ‘88 Mr. Edward P. Massaro ‘88 Ms. Susan M. Patton ‘88 Ms. Amy Metzler Ritter ‘88 Mr. Robin P. Selati ‘88 1989 Dr. Lori Steinberg Benjes ‘89 & Mr. William D. Benjes III ‘88 Ms. Jennifer Gale Mantzaris ‘89 Mr. David John Thompson ‘89 & Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson ‘89 1990 Mr. Bryan R. Martin ‘90 & Mrs. Katherine F. Oudens Martin ‘90 Joseph C. Tsai, Esq. ‘90

1991 Mr. Robert A. Lesko ‘91 & Dr. Sarah E. Lesko ‘91 Mr. Richard G. Theobald ‘91 1992 Mr. Brian M. Reilly ‘92 Mr. David C. Ryan ‘92 & Ms. Caroline Ryan Mr. Scott William Wagner ‘92 1993 Mr. Brian Todd Trimmer ‘93 1994 Mr. Roger Hamilton Lee ‘94 1995 Mr. John Theodore Lykouretzos ‘95 Mr. David I. Schamis ‘95 1997 Mr. Wayne Stephen Chambless ‘97 1998 Mr. Steven J. Purdy ‘98 1999 Mr. David James Millstone ‘99 & Mrs. Jennifer Heyman Millstone ‘00 2000 Mrs. Jennifer Heyman Millstone ‘00 & Mr. David James Millstone ‘99 2008 Mr. Foster A. Hays ‘08 FRIENDS OF YALE

Anonymous Mr. Philip A. Belling Barbara Brown, Ph.D. Mr. & Mrs. Bradley J. Butwin Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists, P.C. Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Drimal Mr. & Ms. Eric C. Fast Mr. & Ms. Jonathan W. Fauer Mr. Ralph Ferrante Mr. & Mrs. Thompson Fetter Mr. John N. Fulham III Mr. & Mrs. William B. Harrison Mr. Henry Harutunian Mr. & Mrs. William W. Helman Drs. Daryl & Susan Hoffman Dr. Stephen H. Liu Mr. Garrett M. Moran Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Oppenheimer PVH Corporation Mr. Farzad A. Rastegar Craig Thomas Roberts Mrs. Quentin I. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel B. Sunshine Dr. Andrei Schleifer & Ms. Nancy Zimmerman Walter S. Johnson Foundation

Eli Club ($5,000-$9,999) 1953 Mr. Dan W. Lufkin ‘53 1954 Mr. Frederick Frank ‘54 1957 Stephen V. Flagg, MD ‘57 1958 Mr. Thomas B. Wheeler ‘58 1959 Mr. Frank B. Porter, Jr. ‘59

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Supporting Yale Athletics (continued)

1962 Mr. Earl M. Smith ‘62 1963 Mr. William S. Flippin ‘63 1965 Mr. Matthew A. Baxter, Jr. ‘65 Mr. Michael F. Hanson ‘65 Mr. James J. Murphy, Jr. ‘65 ‘65 Mr. John I. Pearce, Jr. ‘65 1966 Mr. J. Frederick Berg, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Thomas James McCaffrey ‘66 Mr. Robert W. Riordan ‘66 1967 Mr. Robert Dennis Kenney ‘67 Mr. David K. Storrs ‘67 1968 Mr. Jeremy F. Kinney ‘68 1972 Mr. Thomas B. Ketchum ‘72 1973 Mr. W. Graham Arader III ‘73 Mr. Fred C. Danforth ‘73 Mr. John A. Dore ‘73 Mr. W. Lee Gaines, Jr. ‘73 Mr. Dwight L. Gertz ‘73 1974 Mr. J. Philip Clark ‘74 1977 Mr. Brad W. Berger ‘77 Mr. Gregory J. Hall ‘77 Mr. David O. Leiwant ‘77 1978 Ms. Helaine K. Ayers ‘78 Mr. Peter A. Bowe ‘78 Mr. Michael J. Cromwell III ‘78 1979 Ms. Linda M. Burch ‘79 J. Kenneth Burkus, MD ‘79 Mr. Kevin A. Connolly ‘79 Mr. Bradley Dressler ‘79 Mr. John P. Hullar ‘79 Mr. Thaddeus S. Jaroszewicz‘79 1980 Mr. Joseph Andrew Jolson ‘80 1981 Mr. Harry S. Gruner ‘81 1982 Mr. Mark J. Hammersmith ‘82 1983 Mr. Joseph G. Grasso ‘83 Mr. David A. Messer ‘83 Mr. Thomas J. Wiegand ‘83 Mr. Harry L. You ‘83 1984 Mr. John A. Biek ‘84 Ms. Helen Young Hayes ‘84 Mr. David B. Williams ‘84 1985 Mr. Richard D. Calder, Jr. ‘85 & Ms. Laurie Finneran Calder ‘85 Mr. Matthew S. Hayes ‘85 Ms. Lisa Hintz ‘85 1986 Ms. Jennifer L. Mogck ‘86 Mr. Timothy R. Sullivan ‘86 Andrew E. Tomback, Esq. ‘86 1987 Mark I. Block, MD ‘87 ‘87 Dr. J. Dominic Femino ‘87 Ms. Lisa Gollob Finke ‘87 Patrick Alan Ruwe, MD ‘87 Mr. Steven A. Seidman ‘87

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Mr. David Wasserman & Ms. Carolyn Ballan Wasserman ‘87 1988 Mr. Timothy G. Howle ‘88 Ms. Lisa O. Rapuano ‘88 1989 W. Spencer Curtis, MD ‘89 ‘89 Mr. Andrew Edward Kress ‘89 1990 Mr. Mark A. Eidemueller ‘90 Mr. David A. Gollob ‘90 Mr. James C. Israel ‘90 Mr. Jonathan P. Reese, Sr. ‘90 1991 Ms. Patricia J. Casey ‘91 Kimberly A. Fulton, MD ‘91 Mr. Christian P. Michalik ‘91 Mr. Jason L. Michel ‘91 1992 Mr. Mark T. DeAngelis ‘92 Mr. Edward Douglas Perks ‘92 1993 Ms. Julie Turaj ‘93 & Mr. Robert Scott Pohly ‘94 1994 Mr. James M.J. Dunn ‘94 Mr. Robert Scott Pohly ‘94 & Ms. Julie Turaj ‘93 1995 Ms. A. Merritt Tilney ‘95 1996 Mr. David Mayo Balfour ‘96 Mr. Kristopher Noel Kristynik ‘96 Mr. Scott James Robinson ‘96 Mr. Michael Stephen Yoshino ‘96 1998 Mr. Dylan C. Tornay ‘98 1999 Mr. Joseph John Montesano ‘99 2000 Mr. Michael R. DiYanni ‘00 Mrs. Heather Bentley Hunter ‘00 Mr. Thaddeus Dolce Pollock ‘00 2001 Mr. Matthew Morris Kerner ‘01 2003 Ms. Lindsay E. Sabel ‘03 2004 Ms. Catherine Hyde Littlefield ‘04 2011 Mr. E. John Rice, Jr. ‘11 FRIENDS OF YALE

Anonymous Mr. Warren D. Allderige Robert A. Beer, Esq. Mr. James Better Mr. Albert E. Betteridge Mr. & Mrs. Franz F. ColloredoMansfeld Prof. Bernice Durand President Richard C. Levin Mr. Russell J. Lucas Mr. Kent J. Mathy Mr. & Mrs. Douglas L. May Mr. John W. McMahon Mr. & Mrs. Michael Morrill Mrs. Kimberly K. Querrey Mr. Joseph T. Ratchford Mr. Michael E. Reed Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Russo Mr. Louis A. Simpson Mr. David F. Thomas

Head Coaches Club ($2,500-$4,999)

1945 Mr. Walter H. Brown ‘45 1947 Mr. Thomas B. Smith II ‘47 1950 Mr. Laurence C. Leeds, Jr. ‘50 1952 Mr. J. Wright Rumbough, Jr. ‘52 Mr. Alan Gifford Schwartz ‘52 1953 Mr. Earl J. Rusnak, Jr. ‘53 1954 Mr. Mason Willrich ‘54 Grant D. Esterling ‘54 1956 Mr. George L. Unhoch, Jr. ‘56 1957 Mr. A. Wright P. Palmer ‘57 1958 William T. Stubenbord, MD ‘58 1959 Mr. John C. Wellemeyer ‘59 1960 Mr. Samuel W. Lambert III ‘60 1961 Paul M. Leand, MD ‘61 1962 Mr. Marshall Hamilton ‘62 1963 Mr. Coleman P. Burke ‘63 1964 Robert W. Lyons, MD ‘64 1966 Mr. Thomas J. Scott, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Gregory A. Weiss ‘66 Mr. David R. Hathaway ‘66 1967 Mr. Michael C. Brooks ‘67 1968 Howard S. Kroop, MD ‘68 Hugh R. McCombs, Esq. ‘68 1969 Mr. James B. Hudak ‘69 C. Michael Harrington, Esq. ‘69 Mr. Lawrence E. Kreider, Jr. ‘69 1970 Mr. Thomas Eliot Weil, Jr. ‘70 1971 Mr. Robert P. Ufer ‘71 1972 Mr. John R. Ford ‘72 Capt. R.A. Pickett, USN, Ret. ‘72 1973 Mr. L. Randall Yates ‘73 Mr. Nathaniel M. Cartmell III ‘73 1974 Mr. Gregory J. Wiber ‘74 1975 Mr. Bryan F. Smith, Jr. ‘75 1976 Mr. Matthew J. Stover ‘76 Mr. Gary Fencik ‘76 1977 Mr. Timothy Bertaccini ‘77 Mr. James C. Graham ‘77 Mr. Donald G. Kilpatrick ‘77 1978 Mr. Charles R. Carpenter ‘78 Mr. Henry Lord ‘78 Ms. Elizabeth P. Munson ‘78

Mr. Douglas M. Blagdon ‘78 Ms. Helen Runnells DuBois ‘78 Mr. David F. Harrington ‘78 Mr. David G. Johnson ‘78 1979 Mr. James A. McNair ‘79 Ms. Nancy L. Cahill ‘79 Mr. Brian A. Matthews ‘79 1980 Mr. John T. Marshman ‘80 Dr. William G. Nelson, V ‘80 Mr. Michael J. Sullivan ‘80 Mr. Richard A. Bershtein ‘80 1981 Mr. Mark M. Sexton ‘81 Dr. John D. Kelley ‘81 1982 Mr. John P. Rogan ‘82 Joseph M. McConnell, Esq. ‘82 Mr. James P. Steiner ‘82 Mr. Joseph M. Linta ‘82 Robert J. Rizzo, MD ‘82 1983 Mr. William A. Nichols ‘83 Mr. Angelo Steve Leondis ‘83 Mr. Paul D. Carbery ‘83 Mr. Robert A. Mackie ‘83 1984 Mr. Andrew W. Morley ‘84 Mr. Thomas J. Giella ‘84 Ms. Laura M. Pappano ‘84 Mr. Kevin P. Kalinich ‘84 Mr. Joshua Elon Chernoff ‘84 & Ms. Julie Singer Chernoff ‘84 1985 Mr. Sareet Majumdar ‘85 Mr. Clifford R. Gross ‘85 Mr. R. Scott Logie ‘85 1986 Mr. Eugene A. Profit ‘86 1987 Bart H. Williams, Esq. ‘87 Mr. Kevin P. Genda ‘87 1988 Mr. William M. Moore, Jr. ‘88 1989 Dr. Ronald Lewis ‘89 Mr. William J. Sibold ‘89 Mr. Gregory Scott Ager ‘89 1991 Mr. Robert E. Michalik ‘91 Mr. John F. Neary ‘91 1992 Mr. Stephen Michael Johnson ‘92 Mr. Clayton R. Simmers II ‘92 Mr. Everett Fraser Hutt ‘92 1993 Mr. Charles Thomas Foley ‘93 Mr. David J. Kelley ‘93 Ms. Leander Colton Grayson ‘93 Dr. Shannon M. Kelly ‘93 Dr. Michael L. Maitland ‘93 Mr. Robert Foster Sellers ‘93 & Ms. Casey D. Whalen Sellers ‘96 Mr. Joshua Gordon Dick ‘93 & Ms. Kristin E. Krebs-Dick ‘93 1994 Mr. Stephen Marcel Griesemer ‘94 1996 Ms. Melanie Sarah Sanford ‘96 Mr. Benton Sykes Moyer ‘96 Dr. David Prybyla ‘96 Mr. Robert Samuel Bloom ‘96

Ms. Casey D. Whalen Sellers ‘96 & Mr. Robert Foster Sellers ‘93 Mr. David McKee Hand ‘96 & Dr. Mara C. McAdams ‘96 1997 Mr. Keith Joseph Caggiano ‘97 Mr. Daniel S. Choquette ‘97 1998 Mr. Todd J. Scott ‘98 David M. Freccero, MD ‘98 2000 Mr. Edwin Alexander Hoffman ‘00 Mr. Ralph Ernst Haberli ‘00 2001 Mr. John Alexander Michas ‘01 Ms. Elizabeth Cleveland Fenzel ‘01 2002 Mr. Paul A. Castraberti ‘02 2003 Mr. Stuart Michael Yingst ‘03 Mr. Derek W.F. Leung ‘03 Mr. Christopher George Olsen ‘03 & Mrs. Gina Parker Olsen ‘03 2004 Mr. Ronald Joseph Vaccaro ‘04 Mr. Quincy Campbell Fennebresque ‘04 Mr. David Alexander Vavrichek ‘04 2005 Mr. Arnold S. Kang ‘05 2008 The Rev. Susan Cavanagh Wyper ‘08 2010 Mr. John Stanley Vrolyk ‘10 2011 Ms. Blair Charlotte Belling ‘11 FRIENDS OF YALE

Anonymous Mr. Charles Andriole Mr. & Mrs. Gregory S. Brown Mr. Bennett Carroccio Mr. John A. Chatzky Mr. Charles E. Clark Mr. & Ms. John S. Craft Mr. John Curren, Jr. Dimeo Construction Co. Mr. Robert K. Doherty Mr. & Ms. Frederick C. Dunlap Mr. & Ms. John W. Garcia Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hatten Mr. & Ms. David J. Hickey Rusty Hirst Dr. Steven Krumholz Mr. John Kucharczyk Mr. John F. Learned Local 35 Unite Here Mr. & Mrs. Barry S. Mahony Mr. & Mrs. John McHale Mr. & Ms. Dennis R. Mullins Mr. Jonathan Plutzik Mr. James D. Powers & Ms. Denise M. Giordano Mr. & Mrs. James J. Pratt III Ms. Nancy B. Schuckert Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Warden Dr. Lawrence Wells Mr. & Ms. Christopher J. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Edmond P. Yabut

Captains Club ($1,000-$2,499)

1940 Mr. Charles D. Dickey, Jr. ‘40 1941 Mr. Robert W. Halliday ‘41 1942 Mr. Thurston Twigg-Smith ‘42 1945 Mr. Peter Van Ness Philip ‘45 Mr. John W. Soper ‘45 Mr. Edward F. Swift III ‘45 1948 Mr. James G. Hellmuth ‘48 Mr. Arthur K. Moher ‘48 Mr. G. Hunt Weber, Jr. ‘48 1949 Mr. William E. Conway ‘49 Mr. William E. Curran, Jr. ‘49 1950 Mr. Vernon Armour ‘50 Mr. William H. Draper III ‘50 Mr. Gregory C. Gates ‘50 Mr. Richard Phelps ‘50 1951 Mr. Walter H. Clemens ‘51 Mr. J. Robert Mann, Jr. ‘51 Mr. Andrew Rockefeller ‘51 Mr. Putney Westerfield ‘51 1952 Mr. Harry W. Havemeyer ‘52 1953 Joseph A. Bodner, Jr., D.D.S. ‘53 Mr. William R. Handelman ‘53 Mr. R. Blair Murphy ‘53 Mr. Edwin G. Smith ‘53 1954 Mr. Christopher A. Forster ‘54 Mr. S. Joseph Fortunato ‘54 Mr. Louis F. Polk, Jr. ‘54 William J. Tate III, MD. ‘54 1955 Mr. Alan S. Englander ‘55 Mr. David N. Hoadley ‘55 1956 Mr. John F. Akers ‘56 Mr. William W. Colville ‘56 William P. Lovejoy, MD ‘56 1957 William H. Fleming, MD ‘57 Mr. Gordon H. Smith ‘57 Mr. Philip B. Weymouth, Jr. ‘57 1959 Mr. Thomas P. August II ‘59 Mr. Jonathan M. Clark ‘59 Mr. Michael W. Hard ‘59 John W. Hincks, Esq. ‘59 Kristaps J. Keggi, MD ‘59 Mr. Charles C. Kingsley ‘59 Mr. Malcolm W. MacNaught ‘59 Mr. Joseph Jenry Morsman III ‘59 Mr. George A. Piroumoff ‘59 Mr. J. Steven Renkert ‘59 Mr. Robert B. Semple, Jr. ‘59 Mr. James A. Wade ‘59 Mr. Lauren S. Williams ‘59 1960 Donald L. Dell, Esq. ‘60 Mr. Matthew W. Freeman ‘60 Mr. Donald E. Wall ‘60 1961 Mr. Stuart Beattie ‘61 Mr. Thomas Hall Singleton ‘61

Mr. George C. White ‘61 Mr. Kenneth L. Wolfe ‘61 1962 Mr. T. Anthony Brooks ‘62 Mr. Robert R. Carpenter III ‘62 William C. McMaster, MD ‘62 Mr. Bernard G. Rethore ‘62 1963 Mr. Christopher L. Clark ‘63 Mr. Thomas Ferguson Hartch ‘63 Mr. John H. Rixse ‘63 Mr. Ian F. Robertson ‘63 1964 Mr. Robert J. Dayton ‘64 Mr. Lynard C. Hinojosa ‘64 John C. Hunsaker III, MD ‘64 Mr. Robert C. Myers ‘64 1965 Mr. Burton K. Haimes ‘65 Mr. George Michas ‘65 Mr. Christian Murck ‘65 Mr. Mel A. Shaftel ‘65 Mr. David J. Williams ‘65 1966 Dr. Donald C. Balfour III ‘66 Mr. Paul E. Farren, Jr. ‘66 Dr. Richard Hart, MD ‘66 Mr. James E. Howard ‘66 Mr. Thomas C. Israel ‘66 Mr. William F. MacDonald, Jr. ‘66 Mr. J. Gregg Miller ‘66 Fredric T. Schneider, Esq. ‘66 Mr. Thomas F. Slater ‘66 1967 Mr. David R. Brewer, Jr. ‘67 Mr. Richard T. Grote ‘67 George M. Lazarus, MD ‘67 Mr. Daniel T. Smith, Jr. ‘67 1968 David A. Brownlee, Esq. ‘68 Mr. Joseph G. Fogg III ‘68 Scott A. Junkin, Esq. ‘68 Mr. Richard Smith Sperry ‘68 Mr. Jeffrey B. Westcott ‘68 1969 Mr. John B. Beinecke ‘69 Mr. David M. Coit ‘69 Mr. David B.H. Martin, Jr. ‘69 Robert J. Sokolowski, Esq. ‘69 Mr. Bruce W. Weinstein ‘69 1970 Mr. William A. Harper ‘70 Bradley Y. Smith, Esq. ‘70 1971 Andrew T. Dwyer, Esq. ‘71 William G. Primps, Esq. ‘71 Dean Kurt L. Schmoke ‘71 Mr. Alan R. Yuspeh ‘71 David J. Zaleske, MD ‘71 1972 Mr. M. Ian G. Gilchrist ‘72 Mr. Thomas E. Graham, Jr. ‘72 Joseph H. Kasimer, Esq. ‘72 Edward S. Yanowitz, MD ‘72 1973 Mr. Daniel G. Kelly, Jr. ‘73 Stephen B. Shiffrin, Esq. ‘73 George W. Shuster, Esq. ‘73 Mr. Fred Thompson III ‘73 Ms. Barbara Wagner ‘73 1974 David H. Jacobson, MD ‘74 Mr. Leroy J. Watkins, Jr. ‘74 Mr. D. Scott Wise ‘74

1975 Mr. George C. Bradley, Jr. ‘75 Mr. Edward L. McGann ‘75 Mr. Douglas S. Reigeluth ‘75 Mr. Stephen C. Sherrill ‘75 Mr. F. Bruce Smith III ‘75 Mr. J. Frederick Stillman III ‘75 1976 Mr. Frederick W. Chockley III ‘76 Mr. David C. Manke ‘76 Mr. Robin W. Michel ‘76 Mr. W. Mason Rees, Jr. ‘76 Mr. Nathan C. Thorne ‘76 & Ms. Margaret Yates Thorne ‘77 Mr. Stephen G. Woodsum ‘76 1977 Mr. Ralph A. Bosch, Jr. ‘77 Ms. Renee S. Edelman ‘77 Mr. Timothy M. Jones ‘77 Ms. Anne R. Lovett ‘77 Mr. Kenneth P. Morrison ‘77 Mr. Stone S. Phillips ‘77 Mr. James B. Sperry ‘77 Mr. Victor A. Staffieri ‘77 Mr. S. Michael Stringer ‘77 Ms. Margaret Yates Thorne ‘77 & Mr. Nathan C. Thorne ‘76 Mr. James D. Treco ‘77 Mr. Gerald W. Weaver II ‘77 & Dr. Lily Chu ‘82 1978 Mr. Bruce F. Feldman ‘78 Mr. Stephen J. Fortunato ‘78 Ms. Nannette Beckley Holden ‘78 Ms. Lorraine P. Lewis ‘78 Mr. Richard S. Patronik ‘78 Mr. William R. Reid ‘78 Mr. Robert H. Saunders ‘78 1979 Mr. Anders P. Carlsson ‘79 Karen Diaz, MD ‘79 Ms. Amy R. Etherington ‘79 Joseph E. Johnson, MD ‘79 Mr. James L. Kempner ‘79 Mr. Vernon R. Loucks, Jr. ‘79 Mr. S. David Model ‘79 Mr. Mark L. Noetzel ‘79 Mr. Kurt D. Nondorf ‘79 Mr. Donald Patrick O’Brien ‘79 Mr. H. Lawrence Ross III ‘79 Mr. Robert D. Skoronski ‘79 Mr. Stephen T. Skrovan ‘79 Mr. Charles Zorio ‘79 1980 Ms. Anne Boucher ‘80 Mark S. DeVore, MD ‘80 Mr. Stephen P. Harrington ‘80 Ms. Susanna E. Krentz ‘80 Mr. James J. Millar ‘80 Mr. Sean C. Reilly ‘80 Mr. John E. Reynolds ‘80 Mr. Scott R. Williamson ‘80 1981 Mr. Peter C. Aberg ‘81 Mr. Barry C. Barnett ‘81 Mr. James Lee Bryant ‘81 Mr. James M. Coombe ‘81 Mr. Alexander Dimitrief ‘81 Ms. Tracy Ball Greer ‘81 Ms. Heather Muir Kirby ‘81 Ms. Elizabeth E. Merritt ‘81 Mr. Edward Alan Wiese ‘81

REMEMBERING

Tim Taylor Men’s Hockey Coach, 1976–2006 Coach Taylor oversaw more wins than any head coach in the history of Yale Hockey (337-433-55). Taylor’s teams accomplished, among other feats: • one ECACHL title • six Ivy League Champions • 19 ECAC playoff teams • a pair of 20-win seasons Taylor received the Spencer Penrose Award in 1997-98, was a three-time ECAC Coach of the Year, and two-time New England Coach of the Year. He coached all six of Yale’s Hobey Baker Award finalists. The 1997-98 Yale team, predicted to finish 10th in the ECAC, took the conference regular-season championship and earned a berth in the school’s first NCAA Tournament since 1952. That squad set school records for overall and ECAC victories, shattered 16 team and individual records, beat defending national champion RPI twice, upset national finalist Harvard and climbed as high as No. 4 in the national rankings. It took a 3-2 double overtime loss to Cornell in a classic ECAC semifinal to stop the Elis.

Don Tonry

Men’s Gymnastics Coach and Physical Education Instructor, 1962-1984 A long-time Hamden, CT resident who grew up in New York City, Tonry was a gymnastics coach and a physical education instructor at Yale from 1962 to 1984 while also being a fellow in Calhoun College. During that time, he earned a Doctor of Philosophy (Southeastern University) and a Master of Science (Southern Connecticut State) while earning a reputation as an inspirational mentor to and leader of student-athletes. Under Tonry’s tutelage, Russell Mills won the 1964 national AAU title and the 1963 and 1964 NCAA gold medals in side horse. Tonry, whose wife, Barbara, has been the head coach of the Yale women’s gymnastics team since its inception in 1973, transformed the Yale Gymnastics Club into a varsity men’s team that competed from 1974 to 1980 and won three Ivy League championships. He was also Yale’s Associate Athletic Director of Physical Education and directed the first sports camp for Yale.

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2012-13 Success: Ray Tompkins Associates

In 2012-13 the Yale Athletic Department made raising money for the Ray Tompkins Associates Athletic Director’s Excellence Fund a priority. Doubling the amount of unrestricted funds from 2011-12 to 2012-13 was a great accomplishment. Thank you to the donors below who continued to support their favorite Sports Association, while adding an extra give to RTA. Ms. Alison M. Allgor Kenneth Marshall Andersen III Clayton G. Ball, Jr., M.D. Joseph M. Barrie, M.D. Ms. Blair Charlotte Belling Mr. J. Frederick Berg, Jr. Mr. Timothy Bertaccini Mr. Walter H. Brown Norman V. Chimenti, Esq. Mr. Daniel R. Cooney William R. Cooper, M.D. Mr. & Ms. John S. Craft Stephen A. Cushner, M.D. Mr. Andrew M. Erickson Mr. Bruce A. Featherstone Dr. Andrew D. Ferguson Karl B. Fields, M.D. William M. Folbert III, CFA Mr. John R. Ford Mr. Christopher A. Forster Ms. Melanie A. Glinter Mr. David S. Grossman Mr. Geoffrey S. Grouten Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gutekunst Mr. Marshall Hamilton C. Michael Harrington, Esq. Mr. William B. Harrison Dr. Richard Hart, M.D. Dr. Stephen J. Heller Mr. M. Charles Hill Mr. Lynard C. Hinojosa Mr. Thomas C. Israel Mr. Irving F. Jensen, Jr. Mr. Charles B. Johnson Mr. Paul H. Jordan, Jr. Mr. Jerome P. Kenney Mr. Matthew L. Kirsch Mr. Peter S. Klein Howard S. Kroop, M.D. Mr. Toomas J. Kukk Mr. Benjamin David Levy Matthew A. Lieberman, Esq. William P. Lovejoy, M.D. Mr. William F. MacDonald Mr. Brian A. Matthews Mr. James H. Maxymillian Mr. Richard D. McLaughlin, Jr. Ms. Ally M. Mendenhall Mr. Jason L. Michel Mr. James C. Mourkas Patrick T. O’Gara, M.D. Mr. Neal Ormond III Paul P. Priebe, M.D. Margot Putukian, M.D. Mr. Jonathan P. Reese, Sr. Mr. Brian M. Reilly Mr. Ian F. Robertson Mr. John G. Russell Mr. Edwin G. Smith Ms. Natalya M. Smith Mr. S. Michael Stringer Ms. Carmen K. Sturm Mr. Lincoln Thompson, Jr. Mr. Fred Thompson III Mr. Larry D. Toups & Ms. Susan M. Floyd-Toups Mr. Kenneth A. Trombetta Mr. John M. Westcott, Jr. Mr. Bryan T. Whalen Peter White, M.D. Mr. Austin K. Wolf Mr. L. Randall Yates

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Supporting Yale Athletics (continued)

1982 Mr. Jonathan B. Bulkeley ‘82 Dr. Lily Chu ‘82 & Mr. Gerald W. Weaver II ‘77 Mr. Allen F. Damon ‘82 Mark R. Groshek, MD ‘82 Mr. Thomas A. Hawkins ‘82 Joseph E. Mumford, MD ‘82 Mr. Anthony R. Sanders ‘82 Ms. Janet C. Seeley ‘82 1983 Mr. Kenneth J. Baer ‘83 Mr. John S. Beekley III ‘83 Mr. Gregory J. Burkus ‘83 Mr. Glenn Layendecker ‘83 Ms. Bonnie L. Messing ‘83 Mrs. Carol O’Keefe ‘83 Dr. Sindee Lou Simon ‘83 Mr. David A. Tewksbury ‘83 Mr. David F. Thornton ‘83 Mr. Stephen L. Tomlin ‘83 1984 Mr. Paul J. Andrie ‘84 Mr. Stephen A. Bain ‘84 Ms. Zerline L. Goodman ‘84 Ms. Claire Liu Greenberg ‘84 Llewellyn Hyacinthe, MD ‘84 Mr. Peter S. Klein ‘84 Dr. Joseph L. Pont ‘84 Mr. David B. Singer ‘84 Mr. James E. Tobin ‘84 Ms. Lauren M. Tyler ‘84 Dr. Syngil S. Yang ‘84 1985 Mr. James S. Herman, Jr. ‘85 Ms. Regina Klein Jorasch ‘85 Mrs. Anne Wallace Juge ‘85 Mr. Kim I. Mathew ‘85 Mr. Harry A. Olivar, Jr. ‘85 Mr. Richard H. Powers ‘85 Mr. William S. Richards, Jr. ‘85 Mr. Jens Peter Sawkins ‘85 Mr. John J. Zanieski ‘85 1986 Ms. Sophia Gebhard Anema ‘86 Nathaniel P. Cohen, MD ‘86 Michael J. Curtin, MD ‘86 Mr. Robert H. Dial ‘86 Mr. Chase Lenfest ‘86 Mr. Douglas T. Millett ‘86 Ms. Susan H. Prince ‘86 Mr. Gregory J. Rohde ‘86 Mr. Steven Skwara ‘86 Mike E. Tjarksen, MD ‘86 Mr. Scott A. Webster ‘86 1987 Ms. Julia B. Bates ‘87 Mr. Mark R. Bellermann ‘87 Paul S. Bird, Esq. ‘87 Carl L. Britton, Jr., MD ‘87 Mr. John M. Duryea ‘87 Mr. Marshall D. Kappele ‘87 Mr. Philip Lynch ‘87 Matthew H. Meade, Esquire ‘87 Mr. John M. Miles ‘87 Mr. John J. Pinto ‘87 Mr. Joshua L. Steiner ‘87 Mr. Byron F. Taylor ‘87 Mr. Bradford P. Toussaint ‘87 1988 Mr. Scott K. Giese ‘88 Ms. Elizabeth S. Jarvis ‘88 Mr. Charles R. Lowe ‘88 Dr. Patrick Gerard O’Connor ‘88

1989 Mr. Herbert A. Allen III ‘89 Mr. Devon Jerome Baranski ‘89 Mr. Frank Barron Fletcher III ‘89 Prof. Diana E.E. Kleiner ‘89 Ms. Elizabeth F. McCance ‘89 Ms. Christine Wolfe Nichols ‘89 1990 Ms. Alison M. Allgor ‘90 Valerie A. Asher, MD ‘90 Mr. Scott M. D’Orsi ‘90 Moshe S. Haspel, Ph.D. ‘90 Daryl Wieland, MD ‘90 1991 Mr. Stephen M. Keller ‘91 Mr. Craig L. Kennedy ‘91 Mr. Lance D. Marciano ‘91 Mr. Michael C. Miller ‘91 Mr. Michael J. Nazitto ‘91 Lissa Steele Roth, Esq. ‘91 1992 Mr. Nick B. Crawford ‘92 Mr. Curtis E. Large ‘92 Mr. Geoffrey K. Sands ‘92 Hon. Christopher A. Wray ‘92 1993 Mr. John Matthew Duffy ‘93 Mr. Neal S. Kaufman ‘93 Igor Kirman, Esq. ‘93 Mr. Burch LaPrade ‘93 & Dr. Rachelle Lyons LaPrade ‘93 Dr. Ralph S. Sando, Jr. ‘93 & Ms. Nina Bertsch Sando ‘94 1994 Ms. Katherine Rourke Bonnem ‘94 Mr. Thomas A. Clayton ‘94 Mr. Jeffrey Lynn Dodge ‘94 Mr. Sean Fitzgerald ‘94 Matthew A. Lieberman, Esq. ‘94 Ms. A. Lauren S. Monahan ‘94 Ms. Nina Bertsch Sando ‘94 & Dr. Ralph S. Sando, Jr. ‘93 Mr. John Harrison Sargent ‘94 1995 Ms. Emily Ash Lungstrum ‘95 Ms. Samantha Barnes ‘95 Ms. Leith Brooks Barry ‘95 Mr. Michael Ross McDonald ‘95 Mr. Kevin Michael Smith ‘95 1996 Mr. Michael David Bender ‘96 Mr. Joseph B. DeNicola ‘96 Mr. Michael Thomas Englander ‘96 Mr. Prescott Howland Logan ‘96 Mr. John Richard Mendell Jr ‘96 Mr. Vedant Kumar Mimani ‘96 Mr. William Keith Woodfin ‘96 1997 Ms. Jennifer Deason ‘97 Mr. John A. Norris, Jr. ‘97 Mr. Phelps T. Riley, Jr ‘97 Mr. Erik M. Wohlgemuth ‘97 1998 James Frederic Borin, MD ‘98 Mr. Raymond B. Giroux ‘98 Mr. Barclay G. Howe, Jr. ‘98 Mr. Daryl G. Jones ‘98 Ms. Sharon H. Randall ‘98 1999 Mr. Nathan David Bohn ‘99 Mr. Kenneth J. Gawrelski ‘99 Dr. Bradley Patrick Graw ‘99 Mr. Keith Russell McCullough ‘99 James M. Paci, MD ‘99 Ms. Carla Patricia Shen ‘99 Mr. John Michael Tonzola ‘99

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

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 is significantly more than schools in more high profile conferences.

Total number of varsity student athletes:

805

Total number of sport associations:

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

$13

Total annual fundraising for varsity sports: million

$2.9

Total number of endowments for varsity sports:

113

Total endowment market value for varsity sports: million

$90

Total endowment yield for varsity sports: million

$4.4

Total amount needed to endow Yale varsity athletics: million

$170

Yale is committed to creating a world-class experience for 805 student-athletes on 35 varsity teams. This means access to state-ofthe-art facilities and equipment, an unparalleled coaching faculty, and opportunities 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 affected budgets throughout the country and clearly here at Yale. To address the needs of today, along with planning for tomorrow, Yale University and Yale Athletics in partnership with our alumni and friends have introduced the Plan for Athletic Excellence to protect ourselves from fluctuations in the market so we can focus on winning championships.

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Supporting Yale Athletics: Annual Giving

Supporting Yale Athletics: Endowment Giving

Yale Sport Associations

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.

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 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 is a general, unrestricted 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 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

Yale Men’s Hockey is the NCAA Division I National Champion! Achieving a NCAA Division I championship without athletic scholarships while maintaining the academic rigor required at Yale is extraordinary. Mens Hockey’s rise through the NCAA Tournament invigorated not just the campus, but the Yale community throughout the world. Yale Athletics created the Hockey Excellence Fund to provide alumni and fans who cheered the team on with a way to recognize this great achievement. This fund is being used to provide resources for items integral to winning championships that lie outside the budget model. This fund will enhance recruiting, help retain coaching faculty, and augment equipment services, ensuring Yale’s place at the top of collegiate hockey. The Excellence Fund functions as a long-term counterpart to the Hockey Association annual fund and can be added to every year. Alumni and Friends of Yale Hockey will be able to support the Excellence Fund in 2013-14. TOTAL RAISED FOR THE EXCELLENCE FUND IN 2012-13: $41,000

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Head Coaching Endowments • A named coaching endowment can be established with a gift of $1.5 million – the same as a named professorship at Yale University • Funds from coaching endowments are used to recruit and retain the strongest coaching faculty in the Ivy League. • Coaching endowments are recognized any time that a coach’s names is used in the media, websites, stationery, and on personal email signature • Coaching endowments can be named in honor of a family, coach, team, or class – the possibilities are endless • Head Coaching endowments are recognized on individual plaques in the main lobby of Ray Tompkins House • Eighteen head coaching positions are currently endowed, representing 25 Yale teams

Programmatic Endowments • A named programmatic endowment can be established with a gift of $100,000 (payable over 5 years) • An endowment can be named in honor of a family, coach, team, class, or former student-athlete – the possibilities are endless • The spendable yield from a programmatic endowment is used to offset the annual operating costs of a given team, including competition travel, recruiting and equipment • Programmatic endowments are recognized on a group plaque in the main lobby of Ray Tompkins House

• Head coaching positions available for endowment include: Baseball, Heavyweight Crew, Women’s Crew, Men’s & Women’s Fencing, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Women’s Ice Hockey, Men’s Soccer, Gymnastics, Softball, and Volleyball

Unrestricted Endowments

Endowment Stewardship

Yale Athletics also benefits from two unrestricted endowments that promote excellence across all 35 varsity teams. The spendable yield from these funds are 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. These funds will support the most urgent of needs within Yale Athletics. WISER: Unrestricted endowment for women’s varsity teams and coaches RAY TOMPKINS ENDOWMENT: Unrestricted endowment for all varsity needs Gifts of any amount over $10,000 can be added to the principal of these two existing funds. Gifts of any amount over $10,000 can also be added to the principal of an existing endowment created with restricted support to a specific team.

• 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 passes to all Yale Athletics hospitality spaces, including the Kenney Center Champions Room (football), Schley Room (Hockey), and the Ivy Lounge (Basketball)

A Reinvigorated WISER Focuses on the Future WISER (Women’s Intercollegiate Sports Endowment and Resource) was established in 2003 by nine dedicated alumnae to provide a resource for women’s varsity sports. The endowment currently exceeds $1 million and is used to: • Enhance the competitive experience of women’s intercollegiate athletics at Yale. • Enhance the quality of training and competition across all women’s sports. • Create a community among alumnae and current female athletes to foster leadership. • Create a robust web site with news and networking capabilities

During 2012-13, WISER focused on clarifying its mission, creating a more formal governance structure and establishing future goals. After interviews with association leaders and coaches, multiple conference calls and face-to-face meetings in New York City and New Haven, the decision was made to focus each year on a limited set of objectives. The mission and organizational structure are intended to be sufficiently flexible to adjust to changing priorities.

The focus for 2013-14 includes using relationships and the power of the female athlete network to increase participation in individual sports associations, hosting small campus events for students and launching a media campaign. WISER board members are confident their organization is on its way to become an invaluable resource by creating a networking community for current student athletes and the close to 3700 women who have suited up as Yale athletes. Look for more ways to get involved as we create an old girl’s network and seek to celebrate the talents, voice and influence of Yale women athletes through all generations. 19

Head Coaches BASEBALL

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

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

CAROLINE RUTH THOMPSON ’02 HEAD COACH OF FIELD HOCKEY

James Jones (203) 432-1485 j.jones@yale.edu

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

HEAVYWEIGHT CREW

GOLF (men’s)

(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

CREW (women’s) 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) Marc Davis (203) 432-1406 marc.d.davis@yale.edu

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FENCING (men’s &

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

MCNAY FAMILY DIRECTOR OF YALE SAILING

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

SOCCER (men’s) 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

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

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

GOLF (women’s)

DIRECTOR OF SQUASH (ANONYMOUS)

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

(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) Danielle Lund McNamara (203) 432-1493 danielle.lund@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 Heavyweight Crew Women’s Crew Men’s Fencing Women’s Fencing Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Women’s Ice Hockey Men’s Soccer Gymnastics Softball Volleyball

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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