Forward Broc Little ’11 looks to get the puck past Quinnipiac goaltender Dan Clarke during Yale’s 7–4 win over the No. 7 Bobcats on Friday night at Ingalls Rink.
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M. HOCKEY | Making a statement

December 9, 2009 • 0
Yale 2, rivals 0. A pair of victories for the men’s hockey team against then-No. 4 Quinnipiac and Princeton allowed the team to bounce back from a controversial 1–0 loss at Vermont last week and go into the second half of the season on a two-game win streak. On Friday night, the No. 8 Bulldogs »
Captain and defenseman Ryan Donald ’10 winds up for a slap shot during Yale’s 8–0 exhibition win over the Ontario Institute of Technology on Oct. 30 at Ingalls Rink.
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M. Hockey | Bulldogs overcome Princeton, 4-1

December 5, 2009 • 0
Marc Beck live-blogged the men’s hockey game against the Tigers at Ingalls Rink. M. Hockey | Yale vs. Princeton, by Marc Beck
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Donor faces scrutiny

December 4, 2009 • 23
Last April, the University named the new baseball field and the head coach’s position after the family of the donor who gave more than $1 million: John Mazzuto ’70, former CEO of International Enterprises of America. But, unbeknownst to University officials at the time, Mazzuto and other high-ranking members of the firm — which manufactures »
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M. HOCKEY | Blue back on track

November 30, 2009 • 0
The men’s hockey team just can’t get enough overtime games under its belt. In Yale’s first game of the Thanksgiving break, the Elis (5–2–2, 2–1–2 ECAC Hockey) played their third overtime game in a row. But this time, after an overtime tie against Colgate and a frustrating overtime loss to No. 10 UMass the previous »
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M. HOCKEY | Elis lose in overtime

November 20, 2009 • 1
Another overtime, a different ending. After tying Colgate last Saturday, the men’s hockey team once again found itself in overtime, but this time the clock did not run out as the No. 9 Bulldogs (2–2–2, 1–1–2 ECAC Hockey) fell to No. 11 UMass Minutemen (8–2–0), 4–3, in another showdown of nationally ranked teams Thursday night »
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Finishing touches on Yale Bowl renovations

November 17, 2009 • 0
Fifty years ago they were playing Yale football, and 50 years later they’re still making contributions on the field. On Saturday, two groups of brothers, the Jensens and the Kenneys, will celebrate the dedication of two new additions to the Yale Bowl, Jensen Plaza and the Kenney Center, which will signal the end of a »
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Parking fees imposed for The Game

November 17, 2009 • 9
Several years ago, Lisa Hodermarsky, who had recently moved to her new home three blocks from the Yale Bowl, made the mistake of going grocery shopping on the day of The Game. She went in the morning, thinking there wouldn’t be a problem getting to the grocery store — just a mile away — and »
Forward Alyssa Zupon ’13 takes a a faceoff during Yale’s 2-1 loss to Quinnipiac at Ingalls Rink on Saturday.
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W. HOCKEY | Attack shut down

November 9, 2009 • 0
Hard times continued for the women’s hockey team in their home opening weekend. The Elis (0–4–1, 0–4–0 ECAC) fell to Princeton (4–1–1, 3–0–1 ECAC) 4–0 Friday and to Quinnipiac (5–3–2, 3–0–1 ECAC) 2–1 the following day in what was another difficult weekend offensively for the Bulldogs. After losing in their conference opener to two nationally »
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W. HOCKEY: Rough road trip

November 2, 2009 • 0
With only two games under its belt, the women’s hockey team struggled on the road last weekend against two nationally ranked teams who have had substantially more game experience so far this season. After a tie against Providence 2-2 in their opener on Oct. 23 and an exhibition game win against McGill 4-2, the Elis »
The Yale men’s hockey team begins 2009-’10 conference play Nov. 6 against RPI. While the game will be the Bulldogs’ third in the season, it will be RPI’s ninth.
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Ivy League drawbacks

October 28, 2009 • 6
On Oct. 16, the Colgate Raiders of the ECAC Hockey Conference played Nebraska-Omaha to a 1-1 tie in what was the Raiders’ third game of the season. Hours before, the Yale men’s hockey team had just started its first practice of the 2009-’10 campaign, a season in which the team will look to repeat as »
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Beckett relishing role

October 15, 2009 • 0
To this day, Tom Beckett lives by the words his father once told him years ago: “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” These words have been the foundation of a lengthy and influential career in college sports administration. Beckett, Yale’s director of athletics, was rewarded for his »
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BASEBALL | Spring training begins

March 6, 2009 • 0
After a cancellation of its first season game at Yale Field against Central Connecticut State on Tuesday due to a winter storm, the baseball team will start its season this weekend against Wagner and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in Baltimore, Md., kicking off a busy spring break schedule. Afterward, the team will face »