W. LACROSSE | Elis upset by No. 13 Cornell

Three straight Ivy wins proved too great a task for the women’s lacrosse team. The Elis left their home turf to take on No. 13 Cornell on Saturday only to return with a 17–9 loss despite a hat trick by attacker Kerri Fleishhacker ’15. With their defeat and the victories of the three third-place teams […]

W. LACROSSE | Elis go for third Ivy win

The Elis will have a grand finale match to end the Ivy League season tomorrow against No.13 Cornell in Ithaca. After two comfortable victories against Columbia (13–9) and Brown (9–6) at home, Yale (5-8, 2-4 Ivy) succeeded in grabbing sixth place in the Ivies and is now fully prepared to take a giant leap toward […]

W. LACROSSE | McMullan ’14 charts future of Eli defense

Former soccer goalie Erin McMullan ’14 now plays a different sport, but her position has always been the same. As the women’s lacrosse team’s last line of defense, her teammates all rely on her. When asked to comment about McMullan’s play after any match, defender Kallie Parchman ’14 often says, “Erin McMullan had another great […]

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs blow out Brown to overtake sixth in Ivies

Yale trailed Brown 5–2 almost ten minutes into the second half of the two teams’ game Wednesday afternoon. The Bears had led 4–2 at the half, only to widen their lead 1:38 into the second. Then Yale’s offense came to life. Captain Caroline Crow ’12 scored a free position shot at 20:13, then sped past […]

BASEBALL | Elis get revenge at Yale Field

All season, the Elis have been looking for games where they put all aspects of the game together at once, and yesterday’s game proved to be just that. Yale got strong performances from two freshman pitchers and nine hits to sink Sacred Heart University 7-4 at Yale Field on Tuesday, continuing its winning streak. “All […]

W. LACROSSE | Seniors dash past Lions

Seventeen minutes into the first half, captain Caroline Crow ’12 sprinted across the field to bring the Bulldogs into the lead against Columbia. The offensive run began when attacker Jen DeVito ’14 passed to fellow attacker Devon Rhodes ’13, who passed back to DeVito. After shaking off the opponent’s defense, DeVito spotted an opportunity and […]

W. LACROSSE | Elis top Columbia

Yale’s women’s lacrosse team took home this season’s first Ivy League victory on Saturday, taking down the Columbia Lions 13-9 at home. Seven different players scored goals in the win, with captain Caroline Crow’s ’12 five goals leading the pack. Attackers Kerri Fleishhacker ’15 and Devon Rhodes ‘13 scored two apiece, and midfielders Riley Foote […]

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W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs and Lions to break Ivy tie

The Elis are going into a matchup against Columbia, tied with Yale for seventh in the Ivies, with the hopes of earning their first Ivy League win of the season. Only three days after returning from Long Island, Yale (3–8, 0–4 Ivy) is scheduled to play another game tomorrow at home. Although the Bulldogs have […]

New Music New Haven concludes season

On Thursday evening, the School of Music featured world-renowned Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s “Serenatas and Terrestre” in Sprague Hall. Wrapping up this year’s New Music New Haven concert series, which showcases original works by students and visiting composers, the performance included works written by five students in the school’s composition program in addition to Saariaho’s […]

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W. LACROSSE | Seawolves too skilled for the Bulldogs

With only 13 seconds remaining on the game clock of the first half, attacker Jen DeVito ’14 pulled Yale within a goal of Stony Brook with a strong shot past the Seawolves’ goaltender. The tally made the score 5–4 at the half, but despite four goals from DeVito and a fierce team effort, the Elis […]

Hanson looking forward to Ivy Championship

After the Ivy games against Princeton and Cornell over the weekend, the Yale baseball team is now more than halfway through its season with only 16 games remaining. Despite some tough losses, shortstop Cale Hanson ’14 has been a huge asset to the team, reahing based in the past 27 consecutive games. The News sat […]

Award winning novelist talks effects of war

At a Jonathan Edwards College Master’s Tea on Saturday afternoon, John Irving gave the background story behind his 1989 novel, “A Prayer for Owen Meany.” The Academy Award-winning screenwriter and novelist visited Yale to attend the Yale Dramatic Association’s Freshman Show, an adaptation of the novel which played at the Yale Repertory Theatre on Friday […]

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