M. HOCKEY | Mixed results for Bulldogs

February 6, 2012
It was a tale of two teams for men’s hockey this weekend. After a frustrating 4–3 overtime loss to St. Lawrence (10–15–3, 6–9–1 ECAC) on Friday, the Bulldogs bounced back in a big way with a 5–1 thumping of Clarkson (13–12–5, 7–6–3) on Saturday. Center Andrew Miller ’13 said it was an important win for »

M. HOCKEY | North Country foes come to Ingalls

February 3, 2012
January was a cruel month for the Yale men’s hockey team. The Bulldogs notched just three victories in nine games, dropped to the bottom half of ECAC standings and lost their national ranking. But things may be looking up for the Elis. After a tough 4–3 loss to Harvard last Friday night, Yale rebounded in »

Q+A: Kenny Agostino ’14

February 1, 2012
Before being named Yale’s rookie of the year last season, forward Kenny Agostino ’14 was a two-time New Jersey Player of the Year, three-time state champion and school all-time leading scorer at the Delbarton School. Currently, Agostino ranks second on the team in goals scored and third in total points. He sat down with the »

Reno looks to revitalize Yale program

January 20, 2012
When Tony Reno graduated from Oxford High School in Oxford, Mass. in 1993, he enrolled at Hobart College in upstate New York. After one year away from the Bay State, however, Reno returned home. Nearly a decade later, Reno decided to go home again. This time, he came back to Yale as its 34th head »

Reno introduced as head coach

January 13, 2012
Last November, Tony Reno stood on one side of the Yale Bowl, watching his Harvard squad cruise to a 45–7 victory over the the school where he spent six seasons as an assistant coach. Less than two months later, Reno stood on the other side of the Bowl, overlooking the site of his last victory, »
Tony Reno, above, is expected to become Yale's next head football coach.

Reno to be named next coach

January 12, 2012
After three seasons away from Yale, Tony Reno is coming back home. Yale will officially introduce Reno, who is currently a defensive backs and special teams coach at Harvard, as the 34th head coach of its football program today at 4 p.m. The announcement came 22 days after former head coach Tom Williams formally announced »

Despite speculation, still no coach

January 10, 2012
Despite heavy speculation by numerous media outlets, Yale may not be close to naming its next head football coach. Both the Hartford Courant and New Haven Register reported on Monday afternoon that University of Connecticut defensive coordinator Don Brown was expected to take the job left vacant by former head coach Tom Williams, who resigned »

Williams leaves Yale football

January 9, 2012
After only three seasons as Yale’s head football coach, Tom Williams resigned on Dec. 21 amid a flurry of controversy regarding his status as a candidate for the Rhodes scholarship 20 years ago. While no front-runner has surfaced for the position, one alumnus familiar with the search said the University is expected to announce Williams’ »

M. HOCKEY | O’Neill ’12 carries Yale to Bentley rout

January 2, 2012
Brian O’Neill ’12 ended his month-long scoring drought with a breathtaking offensive outburst. The captain of the Yale men’s hockey team scored four consecutive goals against the Bentley Falcons (5–9–3, 5–3–2 AHA) to break open a tied game and lead the Bulldogs (7–5–1, 4–2 ECAC) to a 9–3 victory. The win ended a two-game regular »

M. HOCKEY | Yale snaps losing streak

December 2, 2011
For 50 minutes on Thursday night, the men’s hockey team trailed behind Brown. The Bears (3–6–1, 2–3 ECAC) rattled the Bulldogs (6–3–1, 4–1) with two early goals and held off a frustrated Yale offense for two periods. But the Blue and White attack ultimately proved too much for the Bears to handle as the Elis »

M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Brown

December 1, 2011
M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Brown

FOOTBALL | Harvard trounces Yale, 45-7

November 28, 2011
The Yale football team matched a record for futility on Saturday. After fighting to a 7–7 stalemate in the opening quarter, an overwhelmed Yale squad watched Harvard (9–1, 7–0 Ivy) blow past it for the rest of the game en route to a 45–7 win. It was Yale’s worst loss to its archrival in 29 »