In 2013, the Yale men’s hockey team shut out Harvard 4–0. The two teams will face off in January 2014 in a nationally broadcasted match.

Yale to face Harvard At MSG

August 23, 2013
The men’s hockey team will face Harvard at center ice in Madison Square Garden this January.
Hugh O’Cinneide ’15 finished in 11th place in saber competition, and Peter Cohen ’14 was in the 17th spot in epee competition.

FENCING | Yale finishes 10th at NCAAs

March 25, 2013
During the final days of spring break, four Yale fencers traveled to San Antonio, Texas, to earn a 10th-place finish for the Bulldogs at the NCAA National Championship.
The Yale women struggled at the Ivy Round Robins at Harvard after the championship was delayed for three weeks by the blizzard that hit the Northeast last month.

FENCING | Ivies come to disappointing close

March 5, 2013
Yale’s fencers traveled to Cambridge, Mass., to compete against their Ivy-clad rivals on Saturday and Sunday.
The Ivy League Championship was scheduled to take place Feb. 9-10 at Harvard but has been postponed due to this weekend’s snow storm. A new date has not been announced.

Mappin-Kasirer ’14 talks Ivy Tournament

February 13, 2013
The News sat down with epeeist Benjamin Mappin-Kasirer ’14 to discuss his career at Yale and the team’s progress leading up to the tournament.
The men’s team posted a 2–1 record at the Vas- sar Invitational, where they bested Vassar and Drew and fell to Sacred Heart.

FENCING | Elis post five wins at Vassar

February 5, 2013
The Yale fencing teams suited up at the Vassar Invitational in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Saturday for their last series of bouts before the Ivy League Championship.
The Elis put up a 3–2 record at NYU this weekend and came within a single bout of toppling No. 3 Notre Dame.

FENCING | Yale repeats results at NYU

January 29, 2013
It was déjà vu all over again for the Yale fencing teams on Sunday at the annual NYU Invitational.
Forward Jamie Haddad’s’16 two second-period goals lifted the Bulldogs to a 3-2 victory over the Brown Bears at Ingalls Rink.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY | Bulldogs find victory at Ingalls

January 18, 2013
When Brown’s Alena Polenska scored on a power play goal 9:37 into the first period, it seemed like yet another bad omen for the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs lost the first five matchups of their fall season finale but ended the Brandeis Invitational with a 14–13 win over MIT.

WOMEN’S FENCING | Bulldogs face tough competition

December 3, 2012
The Bulldogs lost the first five matchups of their fall season finale but ended the Brandeis Invitational with a 14–13 win over MIT.
The Bulldogs surpassed last year’s score at the Brandeis Invitational by one win with a 5–1 record on Sunday. The Elis’ lone loss came at the hands of St. John’s.

MEN’S FENCING | Bulldogs excel at Brandeis

December 3, 2012
The men’s fencing team ended competition for its fall season on Sunday with a dominant performance at the Brandeis Invitational in Waltham, Mass.

Blumenthal eyes gift card reform

November 27, 2012
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has worked to strengthen current federal regulations of gift card expiration dates and non-use fees.
The field hockey seniors set a school record for most conference wins in four years with 20.

FIELD HOCKEY | Bulldogs finish in fourth

November 6, 2012
The field hockey team surrendered the Ancient Eight crown this weekend, but refused to go quietly in its season finale. The Bulldogs (6–11, 3–4 Ivy) defeated Brown (6–11, 1–6 Ivy) on Saturday with a 2–1 comeback victory. The win marked the 20th Ivy victory for the graduating class, which set a new school record for »
Lauren Miller ’15 took 10th place in the foil competition, which was the team’s best performance.

FENCING | Bulldogs show promise despite stiff competition

November 5, 2012
The Bulldogs travelled to Philadelphia this weekend for the Penn State Garret Open, beginning their season with a promising start. The men and women’s fencing teams each sent three members to the tournament. Each weapon was well-represented on the leaderboards for both days of the round-robin tournament. The Elis faced nine other teams, including Princeton, »