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M. bball soars to first

February 5, 2007 • 0
A look of sweet satisfaction was strikingly evident on the face of each member of the Yale men’s basketball team following this weekend’s play. After kicking off the season by winning only two of their first 10 games, the tenacious Bulldogs (9-10, 5-1 Ivy) have since silenced naysayers and critics alike, emerging victorious in six »
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M. bball team faces true test of Ivy League prowess

February 2, 2007 • 0
Though the goal remains the same, the road to success will likely prove to be far more difficult this weekend for the men’s basketball team. Fresh off their impressive road sweep of rivals Harvard and Dartmouth last weekend, the Bulldogs (7-10, 3-1 Ivy) look to put on a repeat performance for their home crowd when »
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Bball to take on two Ivy teams

January 26, 2007 • 0
The men’s basketball team will have ample opportunity to make up for last Saturday’s disappointing loss to Brown with back-to-back away games at Harvard and Dartmouth this weekend. After kicking off this year’s Ivy League campaign with an impressive 56-42 handling of Brown (6-11, 1-1 Ivy) two weeks ago, the Bulldogs (5-10, 1-1) were not »
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Elis crumble in Ivy rematch

January 22, 2007 • 0
What a difference a week makes. The men’s basketball team found that out the hard way this past Saturday. Despite dominating Brown (6-11, 1-1 Ivy) last weekend in Rhode Island, the Elis (5-10, 1-1) found themselves in an absolute dogfight this time around, unable to stave off the ravenous Bears. After holding Brown to only »
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Bears visit Lee Amphitheater for Elis’ home opener

January 19, 2007 • 0
After ruining Brown’s Ivy League home opener last Saturday, the men’s basketball team will have to work hard this weekend to ensure the Bears don’t return the favor. Although the Bulldogs (5-9, 1-0 Ivy) may not have racked up as many wins as they would have liked during the non-conference season, they do have the »
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Hartford edges m. bball in OT

December 13, 2006 • 0
The men’s basketball team didn’t have long to celebrate after terminating its six-game losing streak with an emphatic victory over American on Saturday afternoon. Just when it appeared that Bulldog fans might be able to forget the accumulated pain of six consecutive close losses, visiting Hartford (5-4) mounted a significant late-game comeback and stunned the »
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M. bball loses sixth straight

December 5, 2006 • 0
Despite strong play in both the opening and closing minutes of the game, the Yale men’s basketball team was unable to keep pace in last night’s high-scoring affair half an hour down I-95 in Fairfield, Conn. Sacred Heart (3-5) used a potent offensive attack to down the Bulldogs (1-6) for the first time in program »
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Loss in N.Y. is fifth straight for m. bball

December 4, 2006 • 0
Saturday’s contest marked a showdown between two teams struggling out of the gate, each desperately attempting to trade in a recent losing streak for a new streak of an altogether different nature. Unfortunately, the Elis instead added yet another entry to an already overcrowded list of disappointing fourth-quarter defeats. The story unfolded in a manner »
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Elis vie to snap four-game skid

December 1, 2006 • 0
Despite suffering yet another hard-fought, late-game loss this week against Holy Cross, the Yale men’s basketball team remains decidedly optimistic entering this Saturday’s contest against Wagner on Staten Island. Though the Elis (1-4) have dropped four consecutive games after their initial trouncing of Allegheny, their effort and enthusiasm has not wavered during this trying stretch, »
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Ohio opponents outlast Elis

November 27, 2006 • 0
Thanksgiving break was not kind to the men’s basketball team. Excluding their initial 98-55 trouncing of Allegheny in the Elis’ season opener, the team has struggled out of the gate this season, most recently suffering three consecutive losses over the holiday week. But, as is often the case in sports, the team’s record (1-3) is »
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Glory Again!

November 27, 2006 • 0
For the first time since the turn of the current century, the Yale football community exited Harvard Stadium with heads held high, content and acutely aware of the Bulldogs’ return to the summit of Ivy League football. In perhaps the greatest moment in recent memory for Yale athletics, thousands of fans rushed the field to »
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Yale crushes Harvard to win share of Ivy football title

November 18, 2006 • 0
In one of the greatest moments for Yale athletics in the last decade, the Bulldogs finally defeated Harvard, 34-13, after five consecutive losses, en route to their fourteenth Ivy League Championship and the first since 1999. The sold out Harvard Stadium saw a Yale defense that never allowed the Cantabs to get into any sort »