FOOTBALL: Elis topple Colgate
Bouncing back from a heartbreaking seven-point loss to Dartmouth, the Yale football team (4–1, 1–1 Ivy) defeated the Colgate Raiders (4–3, 2–0 Patriot) 45–31 Saturday afternoon.
Part III | Head-On: Tackling concussion policy
With increased media scrutiny levied on concussions, states across the country have imposed new policies and regulations to deal with concussions. While Yale has done the same, the future of the University’s concussion policy remains an open question. This is the final story in a three-part series.
Part II | Head-On: After the hit
The clinical symptoms of concussions mask the true experiences of Yale student-athletes. When the pressure to play is combined with the difficulty of diagnosing concussions in games, the players ultimately suffer the consequences.
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis lose fifth consecutive match
In its second Ivy contest of the season, Yale matched up against a red-hot Dartmouth, winners of six straight matches and possible title contenders for the Ancient Eight crown. And just as they have in every game this season, the Elis fell short.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prep for red-hot Dartmouth
After a disappointing loss to archrival Harvard in its Ivy opener, the Yale men’s soccer squad will look to bounce back and seize its first win of the year in a second straight road match-up — this time against the Dartmouth Big Green.
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis drop first Ivy test
After producing one of the most memorable finishes in Yale soccer history against Harvard in 2013, the Elis failed to recreate their last minute heroics in this year’s Ivy League opener.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall, head to Harvard
After 480 minutes without a goal, Yale (0–6–2, 0–0–0 Ivy) finally broke their scoring drought in a game against Fairleigh Dickinson (2–7–1, 0–0–0 Northeast Conference).
MEN’S SOCCER: Yale scoreless for five
After four straight shutouts, the Yale men’s soccer squad (0–5–2, 0–0–0 Ivy) looked to get back on track in an in-state rivalry match against Quinnipiac University (3–4–1, 0–0–0 MAAC) on Friday. However, the contest proved just more of the same for the Bulldogs, as they fell 1–0 to the Bobcats in overtime, giving up a 98th minute strike to Raphael Carvalho.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs hunt for win
After drawing blanks in four straight games, the men’s soccer team (0–4–2, 0–0–0 Ivy) will enter Friday’s showdown with Quinnipiac University (2–4–1, 0–0–0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) looking to get its offense off the ground.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs tie Jaspers, split weekend
After a disappointing two-loss road trip, the men’s soccer team returned to Reese Stadium looking for a weekend of redemption. Having overhauled their offensive formation, the Bulldogs hoped to produce goals and get their offense off to an electric start.