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W. volleyball scores two new assistants

September 1, 2004 • 0
When the Yale volleyball team hits the court this fall, the freshmen will not be the only new faces in the mix. Joining head coach Erin Appleman in her second season with the Bulldogs will be Kevin Laseau and Susan Kelly, who replace last year’s assistants, David Foster and Ashlie Case, respectively. A veteran coach »
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W. hockey hits road, faces No. 1 Harvard

March 5, 2004 • 0
After a week off from action, the women’s ice hockey team finds itself steaming headlong into one of its biggest weekends of the regular season. To wrap up conference play, the Elis (12-12-3, 8-8-0 ECAC) will travel to Cambridge and Providence to take on No. 1 Harvard (23-3-1, 13-3-0) and Brown (15-9-2, 11-4-1) on Saturday »
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W. hockey ends home season on high note

February 23, 2004 • 0
The women’s ice hockey team really saved the best for last. The Elis (11-12-3, 7-8-0 ECAC) ended their home campaign on a sweet note this weekend, defeating Vermont 3-1 Saturday afternoon in Yale’s final home game of the season, after falling 1-4 to No. 4 Dartmouth (18-4-2, 10-3-1) in a tough contest Friday night. The »
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Ranked or not, foes fall to Elis

February 16, 2004 • 0
After dropping four of its last five games, the Yale women’s ice hockey team tallied two exciting victories, shutting-out Cornell (1-13-0, 4-17-1 ECAC) 4-0 Saturday afternoon and coming from behind to defeat No. 14 Colgate (15-12-2, 6-8-0) 3-2 in Friday evening’s overtime thriller at Ingall’s Rink. The pair of wins puts the Elis (10-11-3, 6-7-0) »
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W. hockey falls short twice vs. No. 7 Saints

February 9, 2004 • 0
It was a weekend of near-misses for the women’s ice hockey team. The Elis (7-11-3, 4-7-0 ECAC) came up short twice against conference foe St. Lawrence (18-5-1, 9-1-0) this weekend in Canton, N.Y., falling Saturday 2-5 and Friday 2-3. The pair of losses bumps the Bulldogs back to fifth in the conference while the No. »
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Women’s hockey falls to No. 2 Harvard at Ingalls

February 2, 2004 • 0
Harvard arrived at Ingalls Rink with a two-game losing spell on its shoulders. In the first period Saturday night, the Yale women’s hockey team had no problems kicking the Cantabs when they were down. But Crimson brushed off the early 1-0 deficit, scoring five unanswered goals to down the Elis 5-1. A day earlier, the »
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Weekend of reckoning arrives for w. hockey

January 30, 2004 • 0
Destiny is knocking on the doors of Ingalls Rink. This weekend, the Yale women’s hockey team faces its biggest contests thus far this season, as they delve into the heart of their Ivy League season with match ups against Brown (8-5-2, 1-0-1 Ivy) on Friday and No. 2 Harvard (13-1-1, 0-1-0) on Saturday. Since winter »
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Elis reach .500 with two wins

January 26, 2004 • 0
On Jan. 26, 2003, the women’s ice hockey team was nowhere where they had hoped to be in many regards. They had managed a meager four wins, while dropping a crushing 12 losses. A .500 record was something to dream of. This year, however, after much hard work and effort, the dream has become a »
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Union offers Elis chance at .500

January 23, 2004 • 0
After a dominating 5-1 victory over Quinnipiac on Tuesday, the Yale women’s hockey team will suit up for back-to-back match-ups at Ingalls Rink against Union (3-16-1, 0-4-0 ECAC) tonight and Saturday afternoon. A weekend sweep would not only allow the Elis (5-7-3, 2-3-0) to finally end up on the right side of the .500 mark, »
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Neighborly rivals to vie for bragging rights

January 20, 2004 • 0
Local rivalries can be the fiercest competitions. Regardless of talent, ranking or records, both teams come into the game with an attitude unlike that of typical games. The adrenaline-powered underdog scraps and fights for a chance to topple its nemesis, while the team on top attempts to pull out all the stops and crush the »
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Bulldogs fall to Tigers in last period

December 1, 2003 • 0
Yale’s women’s ice hockey team showed character this weekend against Ivy League competitor Princeton in a bitter battle at Ingalls Rink on Saturday. The Bulldogs came from behind to tie up the game twice before ultimately falling to the Tigers 3-2 in the final period of play. The loss bumped the Elis’ record to 3-4-2, »
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Elis open ECAC, Ivy seasons

November 20, 2003 • 0
While most Yalies will be crowded around family and friends at tailgates and barbecues this weekend, the women’s ice hockey team has plans of its own. The Elis will bypass the festivities and travel to Burlington, Vt., Friday to take on Vermont (3-7-1, 0-2-2 ECAC) for Yale’s first ECAC matchup. The Bulldogs (2-2-2) then face »