M. LACROSSE | Mahoney adds West Coast to East Coast sport

Of all the talented lacrosse players in the nation, very few hail from the West Coast. But the men’s lacrosse team picked up a prize in Washington-native midfielder Gregory Mahony ’12. Mahony is a two-time All-Ivy and All-New England selection. In January, he was picked in the 2012 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft by the […]

SWIMMING | Bulldogs show improvement at tournament

While many Yalies were watching The Game last weekend, the men’s and women’s swimming teams were competing in their own battle. Yale’s swimming teams kicked off Thanksgiving break with strong showings at the Boston Terrier Invitational Tournament from Nov. 18-20. The men’s team took the tournament while the women’s team came in third. Both teams […]

SWIMMING | Bulldogs head to Boston

The Yale men’s and women’s swimming teams just get faster and faster. After posting race-winning and pool record times at Columbia last weekend, the swimming and diving teams left for Boston last night to swim at the three-day Boston University Terrier Invitational Tournament. “Our mentality is stronger,” Pat Killian ’14 said in a previous interview […]

No panic for Panico

When the Yale football team needs the extra points to win, it looks to placekicker Philippe Panico ’13 to blast a field goal and put the Bulldogs ahead. So far, Panico’s kicks have given the Elis the pivotal edge needed to clinch victories. Last season, his 19-yard field goal as the clock ran out propelled […]

SWIMMING | Elis beat Lions for first time in four years

With seven individual victories and 17 top-three finishes, the Yale men’s swimming team has a powerful Class of 2015. The Bulldogs, led by the freshmen, kicked off the season with a bang Saturday as they handed Columbia its first loss of the dual meet season, 178–122. This was the last conference game before the New […]

Rosati ’12 reflects on championship season

Last Saturday, field hockey forward Mia Rosati ’12 wrapped up her college field hockey career as an Ivy League champion, with a shutout 7–0 victory over Brown that clinched marked Yale’s second title since 1980. Over her career, Rosati scored 23 goals, and she finished in Yale’s historical top 10 for career points gained through […]

FIELD HOCKEY | Bulldogs claim Ivy title

Just seven minutes into the game, midfielder/back Georgia Holland ’14 launched toward the net with a six-game winning streak and an Ivy League title hanging in the balance. The rest is history. Among cheering crowds chanting “Ivy Champions”, the Yale field hockey team (11–6, 6–1 Ivy) capped one of its greatest record-breaking seasons as it […]

FIELD HOCKEY | Elis take final shot at title

After six straight wins, the Yale field hockey team is certainly enjoying its two-way tie for first place in the Ivy League. The mood seems to be much more somber in Providence, where Brown has lost all Ancient Eight games this season. The Bulldogs (10–6, 5–1 Ivy) are looking to clinch its seventh straight win […]

FIELD HOCKEY | Elis move up Ivy rankings

Just five minutes into the field hockey game on Friday, back Erin Carter ’12 blasted a pass from midfielder Dinah Landshut ’12 past Columbia goalkeeper Desi Scherf to notch up Yale to a 1–0 lead. What followed was one of the best games of the season, as Yale (10–6, 5–1 Ivy League) chewed up Columbia […]

SWIMMING | Teams break records, claim victories

Just two scrimmage meets into the season, Alex Forrester ’13 has already broken a Kiphuth Exhibition Pool record with her time of 23.24 in the 50-yard freestyle race against Colgate. Forrester, backed by a legion of strong freshmen on both the men’s and women’s teams, propelled the Bulldogs to victories on both Saturday and Sunday. […]

FIELD HOCKEY | Elis seek to break Columbia

With just two Ivy League games left this season, the Yale field hockey team will seek to break its first-place tie in the league with Columbia and Princeton as it squares off against the Lions tonight at 6 p.m. The Elis will then host a non-league game against Holy Cross (1–14, 0–4 Patriot League) at […]

SWIMMING | Elis prepare for first meets of the season

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are ready to improve upon last year’s success as they face their first competition of the year, an exhibition meet against McGill at Kiphuth Competition Pool this Saturday. Last year the Bulldogs underwent several coaching changes and used the season as an adjustment period to acclimate to […]