FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs cap season with a win
The field hockey seniors led the team to victory in the final game of the season, with captain and midfielder/back Georgia Holland ’14 scoring the go-ahead goal with less than six minutes to play to defeat Brown 2–1. With the win over Brown (6–11, 1–6 Ivy), the Elis (8–9, 4–3) finished with a winning record »
FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs bounce back against Columbia
The field hockey team has won back-to-back games just once so far this season as it has battled through a tough schedule. Although the weekend started on a high note, consecutive wins once again eluded the Bulldogs. Yale (7–9, 3–3 Ivy) brought its Ivy League record to .500 with a 3–1 win at Columbia (6–10, »
FIELD HOCKEY: Yale falls in double overtime
After 100 minutes of scoreless action, the Yale field hockey team found itself in a shootout against an Ivy rival. But the Elis were unable to muster a goal against Penn on Saturday, falling in double overtime 1–0 and 2–1 in the shootout. Yale (6–8, 2–3 Ivy) had a chance to improve its record to »
FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs defend home turf
When midfielder Nicole Wells ’16 scored with 25 seconds left on Saturday against Dartmouth at Yale’s Johnson Field, she broke a tie to seal the victory for the Elis. Little did she know, Wells would follow up that effort with an overtime gamewinner on Sunday, also at home. Wells’s effort contributed to a perfect weekend »
FIELD HOCKEY: Bulldogs split west coast swing
The Bulldogs traveled to California this past weekend, defeating University of California Berkeley before losing to No. 13 Stanford on the road. Yale (4–7, 1–2 Ivy) scored early against Cal (4–8, 1–2 Northern Pacific Field Hockey Conference), then held off the Golden Bears’ late comeback attempt to win 3–2. The Elis scored their first two »
FIELD HOCKEY | Rough weekend on the road
The field hockey team took to the road this weekend for its first games away from Yale this season against No. 13 Albany and Hofstra, and returned with two losses.
Holland ’14 reflects on World Cup
This season, women’s field hockey captain Georgia Holland ’14 will return to the field with a seventh-place Junior World Cup finish under her belt.