FOOTBALL: Keys to the game against Dartmouth
If Yale can live up to its recent reputation, stop Dartmouth’s running game and succeed in accumulating yards through the air, the Bulldogs have the potential to write a different story than last year.
ESPN commentator talks soccer
ESPN commentator Adrian Healey, the voice of the beautiful game since 1998, met Yale soccer fans in the flesh on Thursday night.
VOLLEYBALL: Elis resilient in face of pressure
The Bulldogs (6–6, 2–1 Ivy) have won the last four Ivy League championships, but find themselves staring at a 0.500 record halfway through the season. This weekend, they travel to Philadelphia to play the Quakers (4–10, 1–2 Ivy) on Friday night and to Princeton to battle the Tigers (8–5, 3–0 Ivy) on Saturday.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prep for red-hot Dartmouth
After a disappointing loss to archrival Harvard in its Ivy opener, the Yale men’s soccer squad will look to bounce back and seize its first win of the year in a second straight road match-up — this time against the Dartmouth Big Green.
FOOTBALL: Roberts ’16 redefines quarterback role
Two years after Morgan Roberts ’16 transferred from Clemson University to Yale, the University’s football program is reaping the dividends. This season, the Bulldogs are 3-0 behind Roberts’ league-leading 10 touchdowns, 80 completions and 978 yards through the air.
FOOTBALL: Offense proves successful formula
The question still remains whether or not the Bulldogs can sustain its early success through its final game at Harvard on Nov. 22. Head coach Tony Reno believes that “Team-142” — Yale’s 142nd football team — has a different path ahead of it.
CROSS COUNTRY: Elis race to fourth-place
Ten Bulldogs from each team competed in the gold race, the women in a field of 41 teams and the men in a field of 42 teams. Both the men and the women finished as the top Ivy League team in the meet.