Men’s Tennis Wins Skyline Conference Championship, Becomes First Yeshiva Team to Earn Berth into NCAA Championship
Yeshiva University has been selected to receive the inaugural Skyline Conference Sportsmanship Trophy after displaying outstanding team sportsmanship during the 2007-08 academic year. The conference instituted the trophy to gauge team sportsmanship among its member schools.
Coming off of two straight wins that saw the Yeshiva University Men’s Basketball team defeat Medgar Evers 58-47 on Dec. 22, and Skyline Conference powerhouse SUNY Old Westbury 58-57 on Dec. 27, the Maccabees was rewarded with a sweep of the Skyline Conference weekly awards.
A successful first season of Skyline Conference competition for the Yeshiva University Women’s Tennis team has resulted in significant post-season recognition as sophomore Stephanie Kimmel, from Allentown, PA, was voted First Team All-Conference, and YU was awarded the Skyline Conference Sportsmanship Award for Women’s Tennis.
Yeshiva University Department of Athletics and Physical Education