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20th Annual Henry Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament

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On President’s weekend Yeshiva University will host the 20th annual Henry Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament. Yeshiva high school wrestlers from across the United States will join together for the four-day event. Wrestling begins at YU’s Washington Heights Wilf Campus on Friday, February 13, followed by the...

YU Men’s Tennis Poised for a Repeat

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Yeshiva University men’s tennis team comes into the 2015 season looking for an encore of last season’s history making performance as the first Yeshiva team to represent the University in an NCAA Division III championship.

This season, new coach Jon Rubinstein takes the reins of a program that returns numerous standouts from last season’s team. Rubinstein, for the previous 13 seasons, served as assistant men’s and women’s tennis coach at Drew University, which included 12 straight conference championships on the men’s side and three championships on the women’s side.

After last season’s 13-3 record that ended with a match at the NCAA Division III tournament against...


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Frisch’s Yisroel Solomon challenges MTA defense.              Credit Lisa Appelbaum, staff photographer.

MTA Lions Host Senior Night

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In advance of their final home game of the 2014-15 season against the Magen David Warriors, MTA family and friends paid tribute to the senior athletes on the team. About ten minutes before tip-off, longtime Lions Head Coach Daniel Gibber stepped onto half court of the famed Johnny Halpert Court, home of the MTA Lions and YU Maccabees, and called out each player who was then presented with a special plaque. The game marked the final regular season game of Coach Gibber’s storied career; Gibber will be retiring after 17 incredible seasons coaching for MTA. His final games will take place at this year’s Yeshiva University Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament. In the game itself, the Lions...

Yeshiva High School Hockey Playoff Preview

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With Winter Break behind us, there is less than a month till the beginning of the 2014-2015 MYHSHL Playoffs. Despite the proximity to the post-season, there is still much up in the air as relates to the JV and Varsity West. Here is a comprehensive look at what can happen for each team still in the hunt for the post-season:

TABC Storm

The Storm team has already clinched a 1st-round home game. Should it gain one point in its remaining three games, the Storm will clinch the top seed for the Western Conference, forcing other teams to have to win at TABC to get to the finals. The odds of TABC getting that point are extremely high given that its next game is against Heschel, a...

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