M. SOCCER | Bulldogs hope to shape up offensively

Last season was a struggle for the men’s soccer team, which finished with a 3–12 record, tied for the worst winning percentage in the Ivy League. But this year, the team hopes to ride on experience and a new coaching staff to rejoin the Ivy elite. The Bulldogs will return 14 players this season after […]

W. GOLF | Women meet goal, win Ivy Title

All season, the women’s golf team has been the Ivy League team to beat. On Sunday, the Bulldogs upheld their reputation and won the Ivy League Championship at the Atlantic City Country Club. Using a strong final round to cap off a solid tournament performance, the No. 1 ranked team in the conference won their […]

M. GOLF | Men dominate Sunday, win Ivies

Going into the final round of the Ivy League Championship, the men’s golf team was facing a second consecutive second place finish. But on Sunday, the team played to their potential and decisively captured the Ivy title. After a dominant third round performance, the team finished twenty strokes ahead of second place Columbia at Galloway […]

M. GOLF | In last tournament, Elis third

In its final match of the regular season, the men’s golf team was unable to add a second tournament win to last week’s Princeton Invitational victory. As host of the Century Intercollegiate tournament, Yale was able to field two separate teams against the six other colleges participating. But both would succumb to the tricky course […]

M. GOLF | Bulldogs at home in Princeton

It may not have been as dramatic as the tiebreak win against Harvard, but for the second consecutive year the men’s golf team won the Princeton Invitational. It marked the first time the Bulldogs won a tournament since that thrilling victory over the Crimson last April. Sam Bernstein ’14 and Thomas McCarthy ’11 finished first […]

W. GOLF | “Wakeup call” for women’s team

It was a hole they could not climb out of. A late start time and deteriorating weather helped put the women’s golf team 18 strokes down to a hot-shooting Princeton team after the first day of the Brown Bear Invitational. Even after outshooting the Tigers on Monday to finish with a team score of 601, […]

W. GOLF | Female golfers take second, men seventh

The women’s golf team had to settle for second place for the first time this spring, after heavy rains forced the team’s attempted comeback victory at the Hoya Invitational on Tuesday to be aborted when the rain made the course unplayable. The invitational was also the first time that Seo Hee Moon ’14 did not […]

W. GOLF | Elis poised to break records

The women’s golf team is on a roll. After winning four of their five tournaments in the fall, the Elis haven’t missed a beat this season, going 2–0 so far in spring play. Fresh off a commanding victory over a field of 22 teams at the William and Mary Spring Invitational on March 20, they […]

GYMNASTICS | Tough finale for gymnasts

It wasn’t their best score of the season, but a small, injured gymnastics squad still managed to finish with a good performance in their final meet of the year. The Bulldogs finished seventh in the ECAC Championship with a score of 186.225, 1.7 points behind home-team Brown. Both teams, however, were too far behind to […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Gymnasts place third at Towson tri-meet

For the second week in a row the gymnastics team traveled to compete in a difficult environment, scoring an unusually low 183.600 to place behind Rutgers’ 190.350, and the home-team Towson’s season-high 193.400. 1,027 fans crowded the Towson Center last Friday night for the senior day competition. They watched the Towson Tigers extend their win […]

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BOOLA BOOLA | Gymnasts fourth at Rutgers five-way meet

Yale scored 186.000 in a five-way competition at Rutgers on Saturday, an improvement over last week’s struggles at the Ivy Classic, and good for a fourth place finish. The one team the Bulldogs beat, West Chester University, was also a team they had not yet met this season, and the Golden Rams were far behind […]

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GYMNASTICS | Yale falls at Ivy Classic

Yale gymnasts had a disappointing weekend in Philadelphia as the team took last place at the Ivy League Classic for the third consecutive year. The Bulldogs finished in fourth place at the competition with 185.550 points. Penn upset Cornell for the title, scoring 191.950 to the Big Red’s 190.550. Brown took third place with a […]