Tag Archives: Athletics


DRS Takes Sarachek Crown

Twenty-Fifth Annual Sarachek Invitational Basketball Tournament Brings 20 Yeshiva High Schools Together for Thrilling Competition Yeshiva University’s milestone 25th Annual Red Sarachek Invitational Basketball Tournament finished off with a bang on Monday as the Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School (DRS) Wildcats of Woodmere, New York, beat out the Shalhevet High School Firehawks of Los


YU Hosts 25th Sarachek Basketball Invitational

20 Teams Vie for Top Spot in North America’s Most Prestigious Jewish High School Basketball Competition Marking its milestone 25th year, Yeshiva University’s Annual Red Sarachek Invitational Basketball Tournament will bring together hundreds of student athletes and their fans from yeshiva high schools across North America for five days of thrilling competition and a community-wide celebration


The Year in Pictures

Looking Back at 2015’s Most Memorable Moments at Yeshiva University Whether students were celebrating their graduation or hitting campus for the first time, organizing a kumzitz for Israel in Times Square or conducting innovative new research with faculty, making us proud on the court or earning standing ovations on stage, it’s been another unforgettable year


Infusing Fitness with Soul

Alumni Profile: Elianna Sable ’08S As an undergraduate at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women, Elianna Sable ’08S loved her major’s multidisciplinary approach to advertising and English communications. “I got to take literature courses and art classes and business courses at the Sy Syms School of Business—I really felt like I was taking advantage of


New Young Leadership Board for Former Maccabees

Young Alumni Board To Increase Athletic Alumni Involvement YU recently developed the Blue & White Club, the official booster club of the Yeshiva University Maccabees, and it has now added the Young Alumni Board (YAB) to ramp up athletic alumni involvement. “Alumni involvement in college athletics is part and parcel of college athletics,” said Josh