In athletic and intellectual competition, members of Yale’s SigEp chapter have showcased excellence on campus and across the country.
Former Vice President of Programming TJ Dembinski, ’17, and current Chaplain Tripp Kaelin, ’18, joined the chapter’s vice president of housing, Jay Losty, ’19, and Max Martin, ’18, to clinch the 2016 squash Ivy League Championship and the 2016 national title. Dembinski, who played phenomenally in the No. 2 position throughout the season, was named to the 2015-2016 All-Ivy team and elected captain of the Yale team for the 2016-2017 season.
AJ Edwards, ’17, and Alex Copeland, ’19, also added to Yale’s trophy shelf as the men’s basketball team won the Ivy League title and went to the NCAA tournament for the first time in over 60 years, beating Baylor in the first round, and putting up a good fight against Duke.
Bringing the school year to a strong close, Scott Hicks, ’18, a former vice president of recruitment and current vice president of programming, helped secure another national championship for Yale as a member of the 2016 Mock Trial team.
With remaining Yale brothers boasting representation on the tennis and swimming teams, in a cappella and theater groups, and on the Yale Daily News staff, it is likely SigEp will see more awards in the 2016-2017 school year.