M. LACROSSE | Yale pursues third straight win

Tomorrow the Bulldogs will look to build on their two-game winning streak when they travel to Hanover to take on Dartmouth. Last weekend, Yale broke a four-match slump with its first Ivy League win in a thriller against Penn. The Elis (4–4, 1–2 Ivy) led for most of the contest but allowed the Quakers to […]

M. LACROSSE | Elis snatch first Ivy win

Attacker Deron Dempster ’13 scored his fifth goal of Saturday’s game with 11.9 seconds remaining in the contest off a pass from defenseman Peter Johnson ’13 to give the Bulldogs a 10–9 victory over Penn at Reese Stadium. The Elis’ (3–4, 1–2 Ivy) first win of the Ivy League season snapped a losing streak that […]

M. LACROSSE | Elis look for first Ivy win

One week after playing the longest game in the history of Yale men’s lacrosse, the Bulldogs will take the field again tomorrow against Penn in search of their first Ivy League win of the season. The Elis (2–4, 0–2 Ivy) played well in each of their first two conference matchups, but were nonetheless denied wins […]

M. LACROSSE | Elis fight to five overtimes in longest game in history

In the longest game in Yale men’s lacrosse history at Reese Stadium on Saturday, the Tigers finally got the better of the Bulldogs. No. 13 Princeton (5–2, 2–0 Ivy) took a 10–9 win, but the Elis (2–4, 0–2 Ivy) pushed their opponents to the brink during the 78-minute matchup, which went into five overtimes. “I’ve […]

M. LACROSSE | Yale looks to snap losing streak

The tough road to the Ivy League tournament continues this week as the Bulldogs return home to take on the Princeton Tigers (4-2, 1-0 Ivy) at Reese Stadium on Saturday. The Elis (2-3, 0-1 Ivy) have dropped their last three games, including their first loss to Lehigh since 1918, but the team still has reason […]

M. LACROSSE | Bulldogs drop close contest to Big Red

After two difficult losses to Holy Cross and Lehigh last week, the men’s lacrosse team (2–3, 0–1 Ivy) fell just short in a valiant effort against No. 4 Cornell on Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y. Attackman Conrad Oberbeck ’15 evened the scoring at 7–7 with just under six minutes remaining in the game, but Cornell’s All-American […]

Dogfight in Albany: Bulldogs take on Great Danes

After starting their season off on the right foot with a dominating 19–6 win against St. John’s last Saturday, the No. 16 Bulldogs ride the momentum into tomorrow’s contest against Albany. In their first test of the season, the Bulldogs turned in a complete team effort against the Red Storm at Reese Stadium. Meanwhile, the […]

W. BASKETBALL | Elis on tip of historic iceberg

After a season of milestones, the women’s basketball team enters the final weekend of the season on the verge of breaking one most important records in team history. Yale’s win at Cornell last Saturday gave the Elis (16–10, 8–4 Ivy) its 16th win of the season, tying the University’s record for most wins in a […]

M. LACROSSE | Yale dominates opening

The specter of last year’s season-opener against St. John’s loomed large over Reese Stadium as the fourth quarter began yesterday afternoon. But the Bulldogs scored three times in the first four minutes of the final period to snuff out another Red Storm attempted comeback, and to secure an easy 19-6 victory in their first game […]

W. BASKETBALL | Elis split N.Y. weekend

It was a weekend of ups and downs for the women’s basketball team, which suffered a heartbreaking loss to Columbia on Friday but responded emphatically with a 69-58 victory at Cornell the next night. Through it all, the Elis (16-10, 8-4 Ivy) remained a half-game ahead of Harvard for second place in the Ivy League […]

W. BASKETBALL | Yale in tight race for second

As the weather finally heats up in New Haven this week, so does the Ivy League race for the women’s basketball team. The Bulldogs go into this weekend’s games at Columbia and Cornell in virtually a dead heat with Harvard for second place in the league, with only four games remaining on their schedule. While […]

W. BASKETBALL | Ivy race tightens

With a postseason bid hanging in the balance, the Bulldogs missed an opportunity to solidify their second-place position in the Ivy League on Saturday night. After Yale (15–9, 7–3 Ivy) beat Dartmouth (4–19, 2–7 Ivy) 66–48 Friday night and Harvard lost to Brown, the Elis had a chance to hand the Crimson its fourth loss […]