Southpaw Vinny Lally ’11 allowed seven runs in six and two-thirds innings in the Bulldogs’ 7-4 loss in game two of a doubleheader against Dartmouth. Lally both walked and struck out seven and threw 142 pitches.
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BASEBALL | Bulldogs Drop Two

April 19, 2010 • 0
The baseball team’s struggles with Ivy League opponents continued Sunday, when the Bulldogs were swept in their doubleheader at Dartmouth. The Big Green (15–12, 6–4) shut out the Elis (16–15–1, 3–7 Ivy) 3–0 and then took the second game 7–4, as both teams opened up play in the Rolfe Division of the Ivy League. “We »
Greg Lyons ’12 gave up one earned run on three hits in 4.0 innings of work in game one of Yale’s home doubleheader against Fairfield on Wednesday.
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BASEBALL | Elis split again at home

April 15, 2010 • 0
It was another midweek split for the baseball team on Wednesday. The Bulldogs (16–13–1) lost the first game of a doubleheader to Fairfield, 4–3, after a three-run, seventh-inning comeback by the Stags (13–15). Yale rebounded a few hours later, though, with a 7–3 victory in the nightcap to conclude an eight-game homestand. Gant Elmore ’11 »
Trygg Larsson-Danforth ’10 takes a throw at first during Yale’s home doubleheader against Cornell Saturday. The senior had four RBIs over the weekend, including a walk-off home run in the team’s 4–3 win in game one.
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BASEBALL | Elis rally in second game with Tigers

April 12, 2010 • 0
A week after losing four games on the road, the Bulldogs (15–12–1, 3–5 Ivy) went 3–1 at home, sweeping their doubleheader with Cornell (6–14, 2–6) on Saturday before splitting their series with Princeton (8–19, 3–5) on Sunday. “We had a nightmare weekend last weekend,” head coach John Stuper said. “For these kids to come back »
Gant Elmore ’11 slides back to 2nd base during Yale’s doubleheader against the New York Insitute of Technology on Mar. 27. Yale lost the first game 3–2 before winning 4–0.
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BASEBALL | Chance to reverse skid

April 9, 2010 • 0
Last weekend the baseball team came away empty-handed against two Ivy League opponents on the road. This weekend the Bulldogs will try their luck against some Ivy foes at home, as they host Cornell and Princeton in Saturday and Sunday doubleheaders, respectively. Although three of the four Yale losses last weekend were close, third-baseman Andy »
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez spoke Wednesday at a talk hosted by La Casa Cultural, Yale Athletics and the Inter-Cultural Affairs Council.
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New York Jets quarterback visits Yale

April 8, 2010 • 0
Mark Sanchez entered the New York Jets locker room last year unproven but already worth millions. Hearing cries of “cha-ching” and “new money!” from his teammates, Sanchez said he has spent the last year earning the trust of his team. First, he said at a talk Wednesday in Linsly-Chittenden Hall, he focused on proving his »
Although Andrew Moore ’11 laid off this pitch during Yale’s 7–3 win over Sacred Heart, he had two hits and two RBIs.
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BASEBALL | Split series with Sacred Heart

April 7, 2010 • 0
The baseball team split a doubleheader with Sacred Heart Tuesday, winning the first game 7–3 before falling to the Pioneers (10-14) 5–4 in the nightcap. Outfielder Andrew Moore ’11 had one of the best games of his season so far, going a combined 4–for–6 with three RBIs and a home run in the two games. »
Trygg Larsson-Danforth ’10 makes contact with the ball against NYIT.
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BASEBALL | Yale stumbles on the road

April 5, 2010 • 0
For the baseball team on Sunday night, it was a long bus ride back to New Haven from Philadelphia. The Bulldogs (11–10–1, 0–4 Ivy) were winless over the weekend, losing two close games at Columbia on Saturday 5–3 and 5–4 before falling to Penn 5–2 and 12–4 on Sunday. Yale was limited to a .212 »
Gant Elmore ’11 slides back to 2nd base during Yale’s doubleheader against the New York Insitute of Technology on Mar. 27. Yale lost the first game 3–2 before winning 4–0.
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BASEBALL | Surging Bulldogs begin Ivy League play

April 2, 2010 • 0
In non-conference play, the baseball team has proven to be a formidable foe. This weekend it will get to see how it stacks up against fellow Ivy League teams. The Bulldogs (11–6–1) begin Ivy League play this weekend with doubleheaders at Columbia (7–11) and at Penn (9–9) on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. “We know these »
Sean Backman ’10 handles the puck during Yale’s 7–5 win over St. Lawrence on Feb. 17. Backman had a goal and an assist in his last game for the Elis before injuring his heel.
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M. HOCKEY | Backman signs with NHL’s Stars

March 31, 2010 • 0
An off-the-ice accident may have prematurely ended his Yale career, but Sean Backman ’10 will still get a chance to play at the next level. The Bulldog right winger signed a one-year free agent contract with the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars, and he will compete for a spot on the Stars or one of »
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M. HOCKEY | Seven isn’t enough

March 29, 2010 • 12
WORCESTER, MASS. — If you had told Yale fans that the men’s hockey team would defeat second-seeded North Dakota and score seven goals against first-seeded Boston College this past weekend, many Yalies would have already booked their trips to Detroit for the Frozen Four. Coming in to the weekend as heavy underdogs, the Bulldogs stunned »
The Bulldogs are off to a 9–4–1 start a year after going 4–6 over spring break. The Elis swept a doubleheader from Hartford on Saturday.
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BASEBALL | Bulldogs hope to stay hot vs. NYIT

March 26, 2010 • 0
The baseball team is having one of its best starts in recent history and hopes to continue its hot streak Saturday in its first home games of the season. The Bulldogs (9–5–1) take on New York Institute of Technology in a doubleheader at home before switching over to the Bears’ home field on Sunday afternoon »
Forward Andrew Miller ’13 takes a wrist shot  during Yale’s 1–0 loss to Brown on March 14 at Ingalls Rink.
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M. HOCKEY | David vs. Goliath

March 26, 2010 • 4
It couldn’t be more of a David vs. Goliath situation for the men’s hockey team when it takes the ice on Saturday evening in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Worcester, Mass. Second-seeded North Dakota is bigger: Its top three goal scorers are 6 foot 2, 5 foot 11 and 5 foot 11. »