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.
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis thrill again
The men’s soccer team scored in double overtime on Saturday night to beat Dartmouth and remain undefeated in the Ivy League
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs to take on Big Green
The Bulldogs (2–7–0, 1–0 Ivy) will face a stiff test against the Big Green (4–1–4, 0–1 Ivy), who have conceded the second fewest number of goals in the Ivies this season.
Great Danes tame Elis
After an emotional comeback victory against Harvard last Saturday, Yale could not muster a similar second half performance last night, falling at Albany. The Elis (2–7–0, 1–0 Ivy) squeaked one goal past Great Danes goalkeeper Tim Allen, who made six saves off of 13 first half shots. But Albany (2–7–2, 0–1–0 American East) regrouped in »
Ahoy! Elis dominate the seas
Repeating recent success, both the coed and women’s sailing teams dominated the East Coast this weekend.
Bobcats down Bulldogs
In one of the first athletic contests between Quinnipiac and Yale since the Bulldogs triumphed in the 2013 NCAA Hockey National Championship, the Bobcats exacted revenge on the soccer field, scoring an early goal to beat Yale 1–0. “We learn something from every match we play,” captain and midfielder Max McKiernan ’14 said. “Unfortunately, we »