W. SOCCER | First half sinks Elis

October 24, 2011
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

October 21, 2011
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

October 17, 2011
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

October 14, 2011
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 »

W. SOCCER | Elis shut out Stags

October 12, 2011
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

October 10, 2011
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, »

W. SOCCER | Elis hope to extend streak

October 7, 2011
The women’s soccer team will seek to improve in Ivy League play when it takes on Dartmouth this Saturday at Reese Stadium. The Elis (4–4–2, 1–1 Ivy) will look to get back in the win column after suffering a tough 2–1 overtime loss to archrival Harvard last Saturday. Though the Bulldogs took an early 1–0 »

W. SOCCER | Eli women fall to Crimson

October 4, 2011
On Saturday, another chapter in the Harvard-Yale rivalry was written, but it didn’t have the happy ending the women’s soccer team was hoping for. The Crimson’s Peyton Johnson scored on a penalty kick just two minutes into overtime, and the Bulldogs (4–4–2, 1–1 Ivy) came out with a heartbreaking 2–1 loss at Reese Stadium. Harvard »
The women’s soccer team is 4–3–2 this year.

W. SOCCER | Elis hope to end losing skid vs. Crimson

September 30, 2011
The last three times the women’s soccer team has faced Harvard, the Crimson have come out on top. This Saturday, the Bulldogs (4–3–2, 1–0 Ivy) will look to end that streak when they take on the Cantabs (5–4, 1–0) in a key conference matchup, and try to stay unbeaten at Reese Stadium. “We haven’t beaten »
Goalkeeper Adele Jackson-Gibson ’13 is the fastest player on the women’s soccer team.

W. SOCCER | Speedy goalie slowing down opponents

September 29, 2011
The summer after her sophomore year of high school, goalkeeper Adele Jackson-Gibson ’13 attended a soccer camp hosted by Yale at Wesleyan University. While at the camp, she jumped to make a save and caught a ball over the crossbar. The play caught the attention of Rudy Meredith, head coach of the Yale women’s soccer »
Forward Melissa Gavin ’15, whose goal gave Yale a 2–0 lead at Princeton on Saturday, has scored three times this season.

W. SOCCER | Two goals in a minute power Yale past Tigers

September 26, 2011
In last season’s Ivy League opener against Princeton, midfielder Kristen Forster ’13 scored a last-minute, game-tying goal, only to see it nullified by an offside call. Forster scored again in this year’s Ivy opener against Princeton. But this time her goal not only stood – it also proved to be the game-winner. Forster’s goal in »
Midfielder Emma Mullo ’12 leads the team with six points and was named the Ivy League Player of the Week on Monday.

W. SOCCER | Elis open Ivies with Princeton grudge match

September 23, 2011
In last season’s Ivy League opener against Princeton, the women’s soccer team was trailing 1–0 with 10 seconds left on the clock when forward Kristen Forster ’13 scored on a breakaway opportunity. But that goal, which would have forced overtime in dramatic fashion, was nullified by an offside call, giving the Tigers the win. This »