Friday, July 04, 2014

Catching up with Cam Sandquist

The Redmond-Reporter, Cam Sandquist's hometown newspaper, caught up with the former Yale WR.
Sandquist holds the Yale mark for the longest TD reception, catching a 98-yard score from Eric Williams as a junior.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great story about a real student-athlete. Cam will make an impact here just like he did as a player. Despite the negative comments often found on this site, this is what Yale football is about. Proud that Cam was and is part of the Yale family of student-athletes.
BW '78

4:37 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree this is what Yale football is all about. Student athlete that will be great at whatever he does after college. This why kicking kids off the team to stroke your ego is unacceptable behavior. Yale has great kids.

10:35 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

they CHOSE to leave, let's be very clear about that!


10:43 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And Wilmot left his job for personal reasons.

5:01 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually he did, he was NOT fired. But you obviously won't believe me anyway so think what you want. This program is in 100x better shape moving forward under Reno!


10:24 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What can players who return to New Haven do between July 7 and the start of practice on August 19?
Do they just work out? Do they run drills? Do they run plays? I assume coaches can't be present at these activities but can they plan the workouts? What's the deal?

6:51 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I’m curious about this as well. I assuming it is exactly what you said 6:51PM. Strength training as a team. Agility drills and cardio workouts as a team. Some team or unit activities or practices ran by seniors and captains. Mostly the team working together and bonding and getting all of the freshman acclimated to their teammates, surroundings, and system. All good and needed things of course of teams on the hunt for a championship. I’m sure that is basically it, but would love some insight on the specifics if possible.

7:02 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anymore on the personal issues?

5:39 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Commitment news,
Lambre Lanman 6-3 195lbs. QB
Los Altos High L.A.,Ca.
Jon Harris

5:42 PM 

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