MEN’S HOCKEY: Freshmen help hockey move forward
Early into the season, Yale’s freshman class has already established itself as a key component of the offense for the men’s hockey team. Last weekend, John Hayden ’17, Michael Doherty ’17, Frankie DiChiara ’17 and Chris Izmirlian ’17 combined for six points over the two games. “The freshmen [have] done a great job in their »
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis secure draw on the road
Despite twice leading by two goals, the men’s soccer team had to settle for a 3–3 draw with Columbia in New York on Saturday. Though the Bulldogs (4–9–2, 2–1–2 Ivy) stunned Columbia (7–3–2, 1–1–3 Ivy) with two first half goals just a minute apart, the Lions scored two goals in three minutes late in the »
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs tussle with Lions
After Tuesday’s 2–0 win over CCSU, the men’s soccer team travels to New York this weekend looking to close the gap at the top of the Ivy League table. The Elis (4–9–1, 2–1–1 Ivy) are currently three points off of first place Penn and need a win in order to stay in the running for »
MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale unbeaten on the weekend
The Bulldogs (1–1–0, 0–0–0 ECAC) opened with a 4–1 loss to Brown (2–0–0, 0–0–0 ECAC) but rebounded with a 3–2 win against Princeton (1–1–0, 0–0–0 ECAC). The event was held at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.
MEN’S SOCCER: Quakers slap Elis
With the 3–2 overtime defeat, the Bulldogs (3–9–1, 2–1–1 Ivy) fell three points behind the Ancient Eight-leading Quakers (6–6–1, 3–0–1 Ivy).
MEN’S HOCKEY: Same ice, more buzz
As the men’s hockey team approaches the new season, the dust on its 2013 National Championship trophy is starting to settle. But the luster surrounding the hockey team after its triumph over Quinnipiac last spring still shines, elevating the stature not only of the hockey program but also of Yale athletics in general. “Certainly winning »
MEN’S SOCCER: Musie ’16 makes mark
Despite being injured for much of the first half of the season, sophomore transfer Musie, a midfielder from Gothenburg, Sweden, has certainly made his presence felt, even beyond that Oct. 5 matchup against the Crimson.