The Jewish Link of Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut and Gotham Burger would like to recognize SAR 8th grader Judah Oppenheimer as this week’s Sportstar of the week. The 14-year-old, SAR point guard was one of the key factors behind SAR’s 11-0 record going into last week’s championship game. Oppenheimer shot the lights out
The Cobras are back! SAR was beaten by the Kushner JV Soccer team last Tuesday night. The Cobras started off the game with a bang, scoring a goal in the first quarter. Then, the Cobras upped the ante. They scored six more goals against SAR over the next twenty four minutes, and only let up one goal. In the second minute of the fourth
There are some games the glory of which are hard to exaggerate. For basketball fans all over the globe who witnessed the triple overtime thriller for the 2015 Sarachek Tournament Championship, this game will go down as perhaps the most glorious yeshiva high school game of all.
It took three
This past Sunday, the SAR junior varsity hockey team captured the first hockey championship in the school’s history, defeating the Rambam Ravens 7-6 in a thrilling game at Lawrence Middle School.
The SAR Sting came into the season viewed around the league as a young, inexperienced
From March 19-23, 20 yeshiva high school basketball teams from across the U.S. and Canada will meet at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus in Washington Heights to battle it out for the top spot in the University’s 24th Annual Red Sarachek
SAR JV Boys Basketball beat MTA 33-32 in triple overtime. SAR was down 30-21 in the 4th and went on a furious run, including clutch 3-pointers by Hank Stein and Daniel Wisotsky to tie the game. Regulation ended in a 30-30 tie and that score would remain the same until triple overtime, when Daniel Wisotsky drained 1 of 2 free throws. MTA’s
For the first time in its history, the SAR Sting won the Yeshiva University Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament. Approximately 200 yeshiva high school wrestlers participated in the event, which took place over President’s Day weekend. Returning 2014 champions TABC finished in second place and,
Forty-eight Yeshiva University fall student-athletes were recognized by the Skyline Conference for earning a 3.3 or higher grade point average during the fall 2014 semester, and were named to the Skyline Conference Honor Roll. Twelve members from the men’s soccer team, nine members from the men’s cross country team, eight members from
The MTA Lions, having placed 7th last year, astounded the yeshiva wrestling world by taking 3rd place at the 20th Annual Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament. With two wrestlers taking 1st place, two taking 2nd place, two taking 3rd place, one taking 4th place, two taking 5th place, the rest of the team winning multiple matches and two of the captains
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
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