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With Magen Abraham set to play tonight they are the second new team in the Yeshiva Varsity Basketball League in the past 3 years (Waterbury 2017-18 Season)
Since the 1990-91 season, only 6 schools have won a varsity hockey championship (MTA, DRS, TABC, SAR, HAFTR, and FRISCH
Since JV hockey was established (1997-98 Season), there have only been 4 times where the same school won in both the JV and Varsity Hockey Championship
The last time there was a repeat in varsity basketball champions was when HAFTR won back to back in the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons.
The MTA varsity hockey team dominated the 1990s, as they won 6 straight championships from 1990-96.
Throughout the history of the yeshiva league, there has been 11 schools to win a varsity hockey championship. 2 of which are no longer in existence (BTA and HASTINGS).
Formerly known as the Chargers, JEC won 4 basketball championships in the 1970's. (1970-71, 71-72, 73-74, and 78-79)
The original teams of the yeshiva league were: MTA, BTA, RJJ, Ramaz, Chaim Berlin, and MEsivta Torah Vodaas.
In 1951, MTA beat BTA for the inaugural championship at a score of 53-45.
In 1953, the Yeshiva League expanded to 8 teams when HILI and Flatbush joined the league.
MTA defeated BTA in the first ever Yeshiva League game at Madison Square Garden, during the 1953 Yeshiva League championship game.
In 1954, Ralph Lauren, formerly known as Ralph Lipshitz, was a member of the MTA basketball team.
The Yeshiva League Basketball Championship trophy is named in memory of former MTA star Norm Palefski
17 Varsity Basketball programs have won the Yeshiva League Championship. 4 are no longer in existence. HILI Hawks, ROGISIN, Sephardic Sonics, and MAYHS Jaguars.
In the 1964-65 season RAMAZ won the first Yeshiva League basketball Championship.
Even though several schools already had teams, the Yeshiva League had not been established till 1951.
MTA won 7 consecutive basketball championships from 1951-57.
RJJ won their only 2 basketball championships in consecutive season in 1958 and 59.
Prior to the merger with MTA, BTA won 2 basketball championships in the early 1960's.
From 1967-70, MTA and HILI faced off in 4 consecutive championships. MTA won in 67 and 70 and HILI in 68 and 69.
From 1980-82 Flatbush won 3 consecutive varsity basketball championships.
In 1999, Tamir Goodman, also known as the Jewish Jordan, set the Sarachek single game scoring recored with 53 points.
Until 1965 MTA, was known as the Mini-Mites.
Throughout the history of Sarachek Dov Weiner has been the only player to win consecutive Tier 1 MVP seasons. In 96 and 97.
In 2018 Ryan Turell became the third jewish basketball player to be named to a McDonalds All-American Game. The other were Aaron Leiberman in 2011 and Tamir Goodman in 2000.
The last time the DRS varsity hockey team lost a regular season game was in 2017.
In the 1986-87 season RAMAZ and HAFTR were named co-champions of the Yeshiva League Hockey Championship.
In 1992, MTA was crowned the inaugural champions of the Red Sarachek Tournament.
Senior advisor to the president, Jared Kushner, was a member of the Frisch hockey team.
Ami Rosenfeld holds the record for the fastest hat-trick in the Yeshiva League hockey history, when he scored 3 goals in 16 seconds.
There are only 4 current players to play two years of varsity basketball and have a undefeated recored in the Sarachek tournament. (Tzvi Zigelstein, Ikey Gutlove, Elie Goldberg, and Mendel Hein)
Magen David senior, Albert Nsiri appeared in 6 consecutive Yeshiva League Basketball Championships from 6th-11th grade.