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Men and women fencers stumble at NYU before Ivy competition starts

January 29, 2008
On the brink of Ancient Eight competition, the men’s and women’s fencing teams both faltered this weekend in non-conference meets. Both sets of Bulldogs struggled in the face of tough competition at the NYU Invitational — their last meet before Ivy League competition gets underway Sunday. The men’s squad (6-5) returned with two wins and »
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Men’s hockey slays Colgate, ties Cornell

January 28, 2008
The normally hostile stomping grounds of the Killer Cs were kind to the visiting men’s hockey team this weekend. The Bulldogs (9-7-4, 5-5-4 ECAC) returned home from upstate New York with a season-best three-point weekend. After turning in a dominating 6-1 performance against Colgate (10-10-4, 4-5-3) on Friday night, the Elis eked out a 2-2 »
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M. hockey treks to western NY

January 25, 2008
Shopping period may just have ended, but the men’s hockey team already has a big test coming up — a meeting with the Killer Cs. After hitting the splits against Alabama-Huntsville this past weekend, the Bulldogs (8-4-3, 4-4-3 ECAC) will now travel to hostile territory in upstate New York to face Colgate (9-9-4, 3-4-3) and »
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Men’s hockey double dips south in Alabama, splits games

January 22, 2008
In a rare change of pace, the men’s hockey team headed for warmer climates as temperatures dropped in the Elm City over the weekend. The Bulldogs (8-7-3, 4-4-3 ECAC) returned from the South with a split against Alabama-Huntsville (3-13-2) in their final weekend of non-ECAC action. After pulling off a 3-2 victory on Friday night »
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Ice hockey in Alabama? You better believe it

January 18, 2008
Away games at Minnesota, Nebraska and … Alabama? In a rare road trip, this weekend will take the men’s hockey team to the Yellowhammer State to face off against Alabama-Huntsville (2-12-2) for their last weekend of non-conference play. The Bulldogs (7-6-3, 4-4-3 ECAC) will be looking to come back from tough losses to ECAC powerhouses »
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Poor weekend kills m. hockey’s surge

January 14, 2008
This past weekend aside, the men’s hockey team could not ask for a better start to 2008. The Bulldogs (7-6-3, 4-4-3 ECAC) compiled a 3-3 record during their winter-break campaign, garnering some key non-conference wins and hoisting themselves into fifth place in the ECAC with a win over Brown (1-11-4, 1-6-3) last week. Despite dropping »
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Bulldogs face Bears one more time

December 7, 2007
Classes may have ended, but the men’s hockey team has one last conference test this semester. In a crucial matchup, the Bulldogs (3-3-3, 2-2-3 ECAC) host travel partner Brown (1-6-3, 1-2-3) on the final weekend of 2007 ECAC play. After blanking the Bears, 2-0, in a non-league meeting on Oct. 27, the Elis will look »
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M. hockey still unable to get past U.S. U-18s

December 3, 2007
As the clock wound down at the men’s hockey game Saturday night, one question remained unsettled by the scoreboard: Which side did Captain Freedom root for? Captain Freedom, the American flag-garbed Yale hockey fan — part of a DKE fraternity tradition dating back to 1979 — may have struggled internally as the Bulldogs (3-3-3, 2-2-3 »
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Bring on the National Team

November 30, 2007
This weekend is about pride for men’s hockey. Coming off a gritty 3-3 tie against No. 15 Harvard, the Bulldogs (3-3-3, 2-2-3 ECAC) will look to preserve their momentum with a win over the U.S. Under 18 team (9-10-1) at Ingalls Rink on Saturday night. Although the match does not count toward Yale’s overall record, »
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Elis earn hard-fought tie against Harvard

November 29, 2007
If there was ever a rematch to The Game, Yale fans would have wanted it to be the men’s hockey game on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs (3-3-3, 2-2-3 ECAC) fought tooth and nail to earn a 3-3 tie with No. 15 Harvard (5-2-1, 4-2-1) in a thriller at the Whale yesterday. The Elis bounced back »
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M. hockey provides lone bright spot

November 26, 2007
On a miserable Saturday for Yale athletics, there was one bright spot — the men’s hockey team picked up a 3-2 road win over St. Lawrence University. While thousands of football fans were pouring into New Haven for The Game on the weekend before Thanksgiving, the Bulldogs (3-3-2, 2-2-2 ECAC) prepared to take the ice »
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Men’s hockey picks up 3-2 road win over St. Lawrence

November 19, 2007
Posted Monday 6:30 p.m. On a miserable Saturday for Yale athletics, there was one bright spot – the men’s hockey team picked up a 3-2 road win over St. Lawrence University. While thousands of football fans were pouring into New Haven for The Game, the Bulldogs (3-3-2, 2-2-2 ECAC) prepared to take the ice in »