M. LACROSSE | Bulldogs dominate Hoyas

The No. 18 men’s lacrosse team never trailed in a 13–8 rout of Georgetown on Saturday. The victory extends the Bulldogs win streak to five games going into the team’s regular season finale at Harvard on April 30. While the Georgetown game will hardly improve Yale’s chances of receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA […]

M. LACROSSE | Yale to face Hoyas in D.C.

In its second away game of the week, No. 18 Yale men’s lacrosse will travel to the nation’s capital to face unranked, non-conference opponent, Georgetown, on Saturday. The Bulldogs (9–2, 3–2 Ivy) are on a four-game winning streak, while Georgetown (5–6) continues to struggle and stray from a now distant past of NCAA success stories. […]

M. LACROSSE | Bulldogs in prime position for postseason

While second-semester status has sapped many Yale students’ energy, the Bulldogs’ men’s lacrosse team showed no signs of senioritis as they beat Brown 10–6 at Reese Stadium on Saturday. The game was the last regular season home match for the members of the class of 2011. After a pre-game ceremony to honor their seniors, the […]

M. LACROSSE | Battle for playoffs continues

Famous Iroquois lacrosse player Oren Lyons Jr. once said, “There are two times of the year that stir the blood. In the fall, for the hunt, and now for lacrosse.” For 11 members of the No. 18 men’s lacrosse team (7-2, 2-2), tomorrow could very well be the last time they step on the Reese […]

M. LACROSSE | 9-7 win puts Yale in second place tie

First-time spectators at Reese Stadium could have been puzzled by what looked like a brick wall in Yale’s defense on Saturday. Though it faltered late, the defense on the No. 18 men’s lacrosse team looked invincible for much of the game, and held Dartmouth scoreless for 39 consecutive minutes of the Elis’ 9–7 win. The […]

M. LACROSSE | Bulldogs bounce back

On Tuesday night, as Yale seniors tightened up their theses and juniors nervously anticipated secret society pre-taps, Brian Douglass ’11 and Matt Gibson ’12 led the No. 18 Yale men’s lacrosse to an 11–9 victory over Providence College. Last Friday, the Elis let a three-goal halftime lead slip away to No. 12 Penn in a […]

M. LACROSSE | Elis lose heartbreaker

Three overtime periods on a cold and rainy Friday afternoon in Philadelphia spelled defeat for No. 15 Yale men’s lacrosse (5–2, 1–2 Ivy). Last week they were a comeback team, but this week they let their opponent, No. 13 Penn (5–3, 2–1), storm back in the second half. “We all agree that this year we […]

M. LACROSSE | No. 15 Yale to face No. 13 Penn

Less than a week after barely escaping Princeton with an overtime win, the No. 15 men’s lacrosse team will travel to Philadelphia to meet a No. 13 Penn team that’s playing some of its best lacrosse in recent history. “[The Princeton game] certainly wasn’t the prettiest we have played, but a win is a win,” […]

M. LACROSSE | Bulldogs win overtime thriller

A 33-minute scoring drought and 22 Yale turnovers could not stop the No. 19 men’s lacrosse team from defeating Princeton for the first time since 2005 in New Jersey on Saturday. The Bulldogs (5–1, 1–1 Ivy) won in dramatic fashion, as Brandon Mangan’s ’14 scorching shot from a bad angle, 20+ feet from the goal, […]

M. LACROSSE | Elis seek rebound against Princeton

When the national lacrosse community thinks of Ivy League teams, two usually come to mind first — the Princeton Tigers and the Cornell Big Red. The two squads have had at least a share of the last 16 conference titles and have often fought deep into the NCAA Tournament, with Princeton winning six NCAA championships […]

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