Midfielder Enma Mullo ’12 scored two goals for the women’s soccer team over the weekend, including the game winner in the 74th minute against Vermont.

W. SOCCER | Yale stays undefeated at home, faces road woes

September 19, 2011
The women’s soccer team remains undefeated at home but winless on the road after splitting a pair of games over the weekend. The Bulldogs (3–3–2) defeated Vermont (2–4–2), 2–1, on Friday night at Reese Stadium before suffering a 3–1 defeat at Boston University (7–2–1) on Sunday. Though the Bulldogs dominated the first half against Vermont »
The women’s soccer team will face off against Vermont and Boston University this weekend. The two games will be the Bulldogs’ last before their league opener against Princeton next Saturday.

W. SOCCER | Two last chances before Ivy opener

September 16, 2011
The women’s soccer team continues non-conference play this weekend with a pair of games against America East opponents. The Bulldogs (2–2–2) will host Vermont (2–3–2) on Friday night before traveling to Massachusetts to face Boston University (6–2–1) on Sunday. The two matchups will be the Bulldogs’ last chances to prepare for their Ivy League opener »
Forward Frannie Coxe ’15 scored her first career goal for the Bulldogs on Tuesday night.

W. SOCCER | Freshmen forwards score in Elis’ win

September 14, 2011
The women’s soccer team faced two Big East teams over the weekend but despite playing well, fell short each time. On Tuesday night, however, the Bulldogs finally got the result they felt they had earned. Yale rebounded at home and defeated Quinnipiac 2–0 in a game that saw the Elis (2–2–2) settle down midway through »
Forward Melissa Gavin ’15 scored her first career goal in the Elis’ game against St. John’s on Sunday.

W. SOCCER | Yale drops two on the road

September 12, 2011
The women’s soccer team suffered its first losses of the season this weekend, falling to two Big East opponents on the road. The Bulldogs (1–2–2) lost at Rutgers, 1–0, (4–2) on Friday night before dropping a 2–1 contest at St. John’s (4–2–2) on Sunday. Rutgers’ offense outperformed Yale, outshooting the Elis 15 to five. The »

W. SOCCER | Elis face the Big East

September 8, 2011
The women’s soccer team will face its first tests on the road this weekend with a pair of games against Big East teams. The Bulldogs (1–0–2) will travel to New Jersey to take on Rutgers (3–2) on Friday night before heading to New York for a matchup against St. John’s (3–2–1) on Sunday. The Elis »
Melissa Gavin ’15 recorded her first career assist after crossing the ball to forward Meredith Speck ’15 for a goal on Tuesday night.

W. SOCCER | Elis earn tie in the rain

September 6, 2011
The women’s soccer team continued its undefeated start to the season with a 1–1 tie against Sacred Heart in a game that was cut short by rainy conditions on Tuesday night at Reese Stadium. Though the Pioneers (2–1–1) held a 1–0 lead through the entire first half, the Bulldogs (1–0–2) came back to tie the »

W. SOCCER | Freshmen score big for Elis

September 5, 2011
It did not take long for the class of 2015 to make an impact for the Yale women’s soccer team. Forwards Meredith Speck ’15 and Georgiana Wagemann ’15 both scored their first career goals to lead the Bulldogs (1–0–1) to a 2–0 victory over Marist (1–2) in the team’s first game of the Yale Soccer »
The women’s soccer team will host the Yale Soccer Classic this weekend, facing Marist tonight and Providence on Sunday.

W. SOCCER | Marist, Providence loom at Yale Soccer Classic

September 1, 2011
The women’s soccer team makes its return to the pitch this weekend with a pair of home games against Marist and Providence. The Bulldogs will face the Marist Red Foxes tonight and the Providence Friars on Sunday. The games will both be part of the Yale Soccer Classic, a tournament hosted by the Bulldogs at »

W. SOCCER | Elis hoping for a more multi-faceted offense

August 26, 2011
Last year, the women’s soccer team lived and died based on the performance of forward Becky Brown ’11. With last year’s Ivy League Player of the Year having since graduated, though, the team is looking for a new strategy as it hopes to improve off of last year’s sixth-place finish. Head coach Rudy Meredith said »
Despite dropping two games to Harvard on Saturday, the softball team stayed at third in the Ivy standings. The Bulldogs will play another doubleheader against the Crimson on Tuesday.

SOFTBALL | Yale drops two to Harvard

April 25, 2011
The softball team held steady at third in the Ivy League standings after dropping two games to Ivy League leader Harvard on Saturday in Cambridge. The Crimson (28–14, 12–2 Ivy), who lead the league with a .312 batting average and are second with a 2.52 ERA, defeated the Bulldogs (15–21, 6–8) 8–0 in six innings »

SOFTBALL | Elis take on top ranked Harvard

April 21, 2011
The softball team will travel to Cambridge, Mass., this weekend to kick off a four-game series with archrival Harvard. Yale (15–19, 6–6 Ivy) will look to dethrone the Crimson (26–13, 10–2), who are currently in first place in the North Division and have the best record in the Ancient Eight. The Elis sit in third »
Jennifer Ong ’13 hit her 15th double this year — breaking the record for the most doubles in a season — in the first inning of the Bulldogs’ first game against Wagner.

SOFTBALL | Ong ’13 breaks record as Elis split

April 21, 2011
The softball team broke its 0–4 midweek streak when it split its doubleheader at Wagner on Wednesday. The Bulldogs (15–19, 6–6 Ivy) took the first game, 9–1, before falling to the Seahawks (8–24), 7–4, in the nightcap. The doubleheader saw two Elis reach impressive milestones: right fielder Jennifer Ong ’13 broke the school record for »