Witt ’12 brings home another award

Add another accolade to the growing list of accomplishments by Patrick Witt ’12. The senior quarterback has been named as one of the 16 honorees for the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame’s scholar-athlete winners, which gives out an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship to every recipient. The last Eli to receive this honor was defensive […]

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Athletes adopt quirky pregame routines

When Bobby Thalman ’13, the starting goalkeeper for the men’s soccer team, puts on his equipment, he makes sure to start with his left side. Once in goal, he does a shuffle before kissing his hand and touching the right post, kissing his left hand and touching the left post and then kissing his right […]

NBC Sports announces move to Connecticut

Sports fans, rejoice: Connecticut will now be the home to two major sports networks. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced on Tuesday that NBC Sports Group will consolidate its Philadelphia and New York operations and establish new headquarters in Stamford. Once completed, the site will serve as the new home of NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, NBC […]

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W. SOCCER | Non-conference schedule ends with shutout

The women’s soccer team closed out its non-conference schedule on a high note with a 4-0 defeat of Saint Peter’s on Monday night at Reese Stadium. Forward Mary Kubiuk ’13 scored twice in the first half, and the Bulldogs (8-5-2, 3-2 Ivy) added a pair of goals after halftime to hand the Peahens’ (2-14-1) their […]

W. SOCCER | First half sinks Elis

After winning three consecutive games, the women’s soccer team lost some ground in the race for the Ivy League crown with a 2-0 loss at Penn on Saturday. The Quakers (12-2, 4-1 Ivy) scored twice in the first half to build a 2-0 lead from which the Elis (7-5-2, 3-2) could not recover. It was […]

W. SOCCER | Elis take on defending Ivy champs

This Saturday, the women’s soccer team will test itself against the team with the longest active win streak in the Ivy League. The Bulldogs (7–4–2, 3–1 Ivy) will put their own three-game win streak on the line as they attempt to deny Penn its seventh consecutive win. The outcome of the game could have a […]

W. SOCCER | Elis extinguish Big Red in OT

At the end of the women’s soccer match with Cornell on Saturday, a crowd of young soccer players surrounded Enma Mullo ’12 to get autographs and take pictures with the star of the game. The midfielder, who had converted two free kicks including the game-winner in overtime, led the Bulldogs to a 2-1 victory over […]

W. SOCCER | Elis prepare big plans for Big Red

The women’s soccer team will look to remain in the hunt for the Ivy League crown when it takes on Ancient Eight rival Cornell (2-9-1, 0-2-1 Ivy) this Saturday at Reese Stadium. Yale (6-4-2, 2-1) currently stands in a four-way tie for second place in the conference rankings alongside Penn, Brown and Columbia and is […]

Payne Whitney to offer personal training

Calling all fitness fanatics: personal training will now be offered at the Israel Fitness Center of Payne Whitney Gym. In an email sent out to all PWG members, director of the Payne Whitney Gymnasium Duke Diaz and director of Yale Personal Training Elias Georges announced the launch of the program, which offers specialized trainers to […]

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W. SOCCER | Elis shut out Stags

Tuesday night’s matchup against Fairfield was goalkeeper Elise Wilcox’s ’15 first full game. But that did not stop her from saving every single shot she faced. Replacing starting keeper Adele Jackson-Gibson ’13 after she dislocated her shoulder during Saturday’s game against Dartmouth, Wilcox made her career start in net and finished with five saves. The […]

W. SOCCER | Elis adopt “knockout” philosophy

The women’s soccer team has a new motto: “knockout, no decision.” The Bulldogs adopted the saying after falling to Harvard, 2–1, last Saturday — when several team members disagreed with the referee’s decision to award the Harvard Crimson the game-winning goal on an overtime penalty kick. To avoid losing again based on an official’s call, […]

Hockey players run for Mandi

On Sunday, three Yale alumni will participate in the “Run for Mandi” to honor former women’s ice hockey player Mandi Schwartz ’11, who lost her two-year battle with leukemia in April. Alyssa Clarke ’09, Bray Ketchum ’11 and Jackee Snikeris ’11, who all skated alongside Mandi on the hockey team, will run in the New […]

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