MEN’S HOCKEY | Yale splits first home weekend

November 12, 2012 • 3
After a close 1–0 loss to Clarkson on Friday night, the Bulldogs bounced back to top nationally-ranked No. 13 St. Lawrence 4–2 in their first home weekend of the season.

MEN’S HOCKEY | Presence from Laganiere

November 8, 2012 • 1
Hockey player Antoine Laganiere ’13 has a presence on the ice that is hard to miss. The 6-foot-4-inch, 215-pound forward is already leading the team in scoring this season with five goals and an assist for a total of six points in four games. Laganiere scored three goals in the Bulldogs’ (2–1–1, 1–1–0 ECAC ) »
Antoine Laganiere ’13 scored two of the team’s four goals on Friday.

MEN’S HOCKEY | Bulldogs beat Harvard

November 5, 2012 • 0
The men’s hockey team fought through two high-scoring games this weekend, falling to Dartmouth 7–4 on Friday night, but bouncing back to best Harvard 5–1 on Saturday. The Bulldogs (2–1–1, 1–1–0 ECAC) faced their first conference competition of the season as they traveled to take on the Big Green (3–0–1, 2–0–0 ECAC) and the Crimson »

MEN’S HOCKEY | Miller discusses new season

October 31, 2012 • 0
The Bulldogs are off to a solid start this season with a tie against Dartmouth and a win over Princeton in the Ivy League Showcase this past weekend. Captain and forward Andrew Miller ’13 — who has scored 116 points in 106 games as a Bulldog and has been voted by his teammates as the »
Forward Clinton Bourbonais ’14 assisted both goals scored by forward Antoine Laganiere ’13 in Yale’s 2–2 draw against Dartmouth on Friday.

MEN’S HOCKEY | Bulldogs clinch early win

October 29, 2012 • 0
The men’s hockey team scored a win and a tie in its opening weekend of the 2012-’13 season at the Ivy Showcase in Providence, R.I. Yale tied Dartmouth 2-2 on Friday and bested Princeton 3-2 on Saturday in the tournament, which was hosted by Brown. “Overall our weekend was pretty positive,” goalie Jeff Malcolm ’12 »
Yale’s two lightweight fours posted the top two collegiate times at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston on Sunday.

MEN’S CREW | Elis finish strong at Head of the Charles

October 23, 2012 • 1
Both the heavyweight and lightweight crew teams posted strong results this past weekend at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, Mass. One of the lightweight fours had a particularly stellar finish, clinching the second spot in the race. The 48th annual regatta, the world’s largest two-day rowing event, brought together over 9,000 athletes »

Rivalry builds 40-year friendship

October 23, 2012 • 0
With the Harvard-Yale football game only weeks away, Yale students will soon be engulfed in the oldest college football rivalry in the country. Collegiate rivalries can be divisive and have the power to ruin friendships, but for Robert Hetherington ’64 LAW ’67 and Edward Katz, a rivalry created a lifelong bond. The two met in »

Donation funds mental illness research

October 23, 2012 • 0
Herb Allison ’65 is not afraid to talk about his struggles with debilitating anxiety throughout high school and college. In fact, his personal experience with mental illness is one of the motivating factors behind his recent $3 million donation to the Yale School of Medicine. The grant from his family’s foundation — The Allison Foundation »
Men’s crew kicked-off its season — the first in which freshmen are eligible to race in the varsity boats — at the Head of the Housatonic.

M. CREW | Men’s crew starts fall season at the Housatonic

October 8, 2012 • 0
Both of the men’s crew teams started their fall seasons Saturday at the 18th annual Head of the Housatonic race in Shelton, Conn. The regatta was the first of two fall head races, or time trials, for the lightweight and heavyweight crew teams. It served as an opportunity for the freshmen to gain racing experience »
In June, Nick Maricic ’13 competed for Team USA in the International Ice Hockey Federation InLine Hockey World Championship.

Maricic ’13 trades skates for roller blades

September 26, 2012 • 0
Yale goalie Nick Maricic ’13 and Quinnipiac defender Loren Barron have a particularly longstanding hockey rivalry: For over a decade, the pair have faced off against each other in minor leagues, then as juniors in the USHL and now at the collegiate level. But this past June, Maricic and Barron finally suited up for the »

CREW | Freshman rowers eligible for varsity

September 11, 2012 • 0
For the first time in the history of the oldest American collegiate sport, freshmen will be permitted to compete at the varsity and junior varsity levels in the upcoming spring crew season. In June 2012, the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) decided to allow freshmen to compete in the IRA National Championship regatta, held every spring »

Honors cutoffs rose for 2012 grads

September 7, 2012 • 1031
For the second year in a row, the minimum GPA required for Yale College graduates to earn Latin honors increased in the spring. Members of the class of 2012 needed a 3.95 GPA to graduate summa cum laude, a 3.89 to graduate magna cum laude and a 3.80 to graduate cum laude, according to data »
Despite an early lead, the Bulldogs fell to their Ivy rival Brown in three of the regatta’s four races.