VOLLEYBALL | Yale heads to NCAA
The volleyball team will take on Bowling Green in the first round of the NCAA tournament tomorrow night at Penn State.
Bulldogs lend helping hand
Four players who did not travel with the team spent the day delivering supplies to victims of Hurricane Sandy living in the Jacob Riis Houses, a public housing project in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
VOLLEYBALL | Elis achieve perfection
The Bulldogs swept Harvard and Dartmouth 3–0 to become just the second team to go undefeated in Ivy League play since the conference converted to a 14-match schedule in 2001.
FENCING | Shaffer leads Bulldogs
Robyn Shaffer ’13 is an epeeist on the women’s fencing team and is currently serving as the team’s captain for the second consecutive season. The Nashville, Tenn. native, who was originally a walk-on, placed 12th at the NCAA Northeast Regionals her sophomore year and was an Academic All-Ivy selection last season. The women’s fencing team »
VOLLEYBALL | Yale captures third straight Ivy title
If there was any doubt about the pecking order in Ivy League volleyball, it is gone now. The Bulldogs (16–5, 12–0 Ivy) clinched their third straight Ivy League title and their fourth in the past five seasons this weekend with 3–1 and 3–0 wins over Penn and Princeton on the road. Yale’s three-peat is just »
VOLLEYBALL | Elis head south
The volleyball team will charge into the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s destruction this weekend when it travels to Penn and Princeton in an attempt to maintain its hold on first place in the Ivy League. The Bulldogs (14–5, 10–0 Ivy) currently lead Princeton by two matches and Penn by three heading into the final two »
VOLLEYBALL | Rudnick anchors nationally ranked defense
While the volleyball team streaks through one of the greatest seasons in program history, one player’s deeds have quietly flown under the radar. Although Maddie Rudnick’s ’15 contributions generally show up in just one column of the box score, the California-native has been one of the most important players for the Elis on the court »
VOLLEYBALL | Bulldogs extend Ivy lead
The volleyball team suddenly has some breathing room at the top of the Ivy standings. Following a 3–0 victory over Brown and Princeton’s 3–2 loss to Penn this weekend, the Bulldogs increased their lead over the second-place Tigers to two matches. Just 10 days ago, the two squads were tied atop the Ancient Eight standings »
VOLLEYBALL | Bulldogs looks to stay hot
The volleyball team will kick off the second half of its Ivy schedule and try to extend its current eight-match winning streak this weekend when Brown makes the trip to New Haven for Saturday’s contest. The Elis (11–5, 7–0 Ivy) will play just one match this weekend, instead of the two they normally play during »