The field hockey team will hold a fundraiser during its season opener this Saturday against No. 20 Stanford.

FIELD HOCKEY | ‘Get A Grip’ kicks off again

August 31, 2011
When the Yale field hockey team takes to Johnson Field Saturday at 11 a.m., it will be kicking off much more than its 2011 season. The opener against No. 20 Stanford marks the start of the second-straight year of the “Get a Grip” campaign, the team’s initiative to raise awareness and funds for myotonic dystrophy, »

FIELD HOCKEY | Second place Bulldogs looking for more

August 26, 2011
After two years of knocking on the door, the Yale field hockey team is looking to finally win an Ivy League Championship this season. The team has finished second to Princeton in each of the past two seasons, but hopes to ride on the experience of this year’s team. The Bulldogs lost just four players »

W. HOCKEY | No playoffs this year

February 21, 2011
The Yale women’s ice hockey team’s push for the playoffs came up just short. After a clutch 1–0 win Friday night against Quinnipiac, the Bulldogs fell to Princeton 4–1 on Saturday in a game they needed to win in order to secure the final playoff spot. The game was the final one for four Yale »

W. HOCKEY | One last chance at the final playoff spot

February 18, 2011
The women’s hockey team has just one more shot at making the playoffs. The Bulldogs (8–16–3, 7–11–2 ECAC) are just two points out of the eighth and final playoff spot, and will face two top-five ECAC hockey teams, Princeton (14–12–1, 11–8–1) and Quinnipiac (20–10–2, 12–8), in must win games tonight and Saturday at home. St. »

W. HOCKEY | Yale defeats lackluster Brown

February 16, 2011
The Yale women’s ice hockey team took a big step in its eleventh-hour playoff push Tuesday night. The Bulldogs (7–11–2, 8–16–3 ECAC) taking took down Brown (1–16–3, 2–22–3), 4–2, in the first of three home games in the next five days. Aleca Hughes ’12 scored two goals, including the clincher in the final seconds, and »

W. HOCKEY | Playoff hopes dwindling for Elis

February 14, 2011
There are no easy road trips in ECAC hockey, but traveling to Colgate and No. 2 Cornell just a week after a drive to Union and RPI is certainly one of the tougher ones. Coupled with the pressure of the Bulldogs’ having to fight for their playoff lives, it may have been too much for »
The women’s hockey team will play its last two road games of the regular season this weekend against Colgate and No. 2 Cornell.

W. HOCKEY | Two last road games

February 11, 2011
Five games in nine days is a tough test for any team, but it is one the Yale women’s hockey team has passed with flying colors. The Bulldogs (7–14–3, 6–9–2 ECAC) are unbeaten (2–0–1) in its last three games, its first streak since November. The team will have to pass another test this weekend when »

W. HOCKEY | Playoff hopes still alive for Yale

February 7, 2011
With just five regular season gamesleft, the women’s hockey team knew it had to break out of its recent 1–4 slide if it wanted to secure an ECAC playoff berth. A win and a tie over the weekend kept the team’s hopes alive, and the Bulldogs are now within two points of a coveted eighth-place »

W. HOCKEY | Bulldogs eyeing final playoff spot

February 4, 2011
The Yale women’s hockey team comes into this weekend’s crucial road trip to Union and RPI on an offensive hot streak, having tallied seven goals in its last two games. And with the strong play of goalie Jackee Snikeris ’11, who has 30-plus saves in five of her last six games, the Bulldogs (5–9–1, 6–14–2 »
Forward Jackie Raines’ ’14 two goals against Brown Tuesday night increased her season goal count to eight, a team high.

W. HOCKEY | Bulldogs tally first season shutout

February 3, 2011
Scoring first has been the key for the Yale women’s hockey team all season, and Tuesday night was no exception. When Jenna Ciotti ’14 tallied her second goal in two games just 61 seconds into the first period at Brown Tuesday night, she and the Bulldogs were well on their way to a crucial conference »
Members of the men’s swimming team cheer on their teammates at the annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet last weekend. The Bulldogs lost to Harvard 266–87 and Princeton 238–115.

M. SWIMMING | Yale falls behind rivals

February 1, 2011
When it comes to men’s swimming, Princeton and Harvard are the cream of the Ivy League crop, currently sitting in first (7–0) and second (4–1), respectively. In this weekend’s annual H-Y-P meet, the Crimson and the Tigers did not disappoint in New Haven, as the Bulldogs finished behind both teams. Harvard won the meet after »

W. HOCKEY | Elis lose fourth straight, fall to tenth

January 31, 2011
Despite battling back in both contests, the Yale women’s hockey team (5–14–2, 4–9–1 ECAC) suffered two tough conference losses this weekend at the Whale; the first, a 2–1 decision to Dartmouth and the second a 5–3 defeat at the hands of rival Harvard. Aleca Hughes ’12 scored three goals — one Friday night and two »