MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs go 2–1, take first shutout
The men’s ice hockey team was busy over Thanksgiving Break, finishing a four-game road stretch with two points last weekend and starting a home sequence with a shutout victory against the Rochester Institute of Technology (4–8–2, 3–5–2 AHC) this past Saturday.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs drop 13th game of season
In Brian Tompkins’s last match as Yale soccer’s head coach, the Elis took on the 2014 Ivy League Co-Champions, Princeton. As they have nearly every time this season, the Bulldogs fell short.
MEN’S SOCCER: Yale drops the ball yet again
In their penultimate shot at finally securing an Ivy League win, the Yale Bulldogs came up short once again in a 1–0 loss to Brown, continuing a rough run of form for the Elis.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Elis face ECAC opponents at home
In a strong but close finish in the Liberty Invitational, the Elis (1–0–1, 0–0 ECAC) dispatched of both the UConn Huskies and Princeton Tigers. Yale looks to continue its hot start to the season in a two-match home opening slate.
MEN’S SOCCER: Late penalty dooms Elis
In their fifth Ivy League contest of the season, the Bulldogs (1–11–3, 0–4–1 Ivy) took on the Columbia Lions (6–6–1, 2–2–1) and looked prepared to ride a momentum-changing equalizer
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall to Huskies in 2OT
After a short three-game period of improved form, the Yale Bulldogs (1–10–4, 0–3–1 Ivy) fell victim to yet another 1–0 loss against the University of Connecticut Huskies (8–6–2, 5–1–1 AAC) in their final non-conference match of the season.
MEN’S SOCCER: Strong defense nets tie for Yale
With a goal from forward Keith Bond ’16 just two minutes into their fourth Ancient Eight matchup of the season, the last place Yale Bulldogs (1–9–3, 0–3–1 Ivy) managed to steal a point in their weekend clash against the Penn Quakers (6–6–1, 2–1–1), who currently hold the Ivy soccer crown.