SQUASH: Dembinski talks freshman year
In what head coach David Talbott initially called a “transition season,” the Yale men’s squash team has managed to defy many expectations by ending the regular season ranked third in the country.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis struggle at home
The Yale women’s hockey team came out of a key weekend of ECAC play with just one point after falling to Union and tying Rensselaer at home.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Hockey stopped on the road
The Yale women’s ice hockey team was stopped dead in its tracks this past weekend by No. 6 Cornell and Colgate, dropping both games and ending a five-game undefeated streak. A three-goal third period gave Cornell (16–3–4, 11–2–3 ECAC) a 6–3 win on Friday, and Colgate (7–19–2, 4–12–0) tallied two goals on just 15 shots »
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs look to keep streak alive
The Yale women’s hockey team will look to continue its climb up the ECAC standings this weekend when it travels to No. 6 Cornell and Colgate. The Bulldogs (7–10–4, 5–5–4 ECAC) will enter the weekend riding a five-game unbeaten streak for the first time since the 2005–06 season. “I’m excited that we’re playing more competitively »
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Staenz to take talents to Sochi
Yale women’s ice hockey forward Phoebe Staenz ’17 is about to play on the biggest stage there is. Tomorrow, the Bulldogs’ leading scorer will begin a three-week hiatus from Ivy League hockey to represent Switzerland at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. The News caught up with Staenz to discuss the Olympics, her freshman year and »
World series champs come home
After helping the Red Sox win the World Series, pitcher Craig Breslow ’02 and catcher Ryan Lavarnway ’09 made a trip to New Haven