WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs stumble in final weekend
The women’s soccer team had two chances this weekend to avoid finishing below 0.500 for the first time since 2001, but the Bulldogs came up empty. Riddled by injuries, Yale (7–8–1, 2–4–1 Ivy) hosted Brown (10–6–1, 4–2–1) on Friday night and lost 3–1 in its final Ivy League match of the year. The Bears then »
MEN’S SOCCER: Yale’s ivy hopes dashed
The men’s soccer team saw its Ivy League title ambitions go up in smoke on Senior Night last Saturday after Brown scored two goals inside the first 10 minutes to put the game away. The Bulldogs (4–10–2, 2–2–2 Ivy) came into the weekend needing a win and some help from other teams in order to »
FOOTBALL: Keys to the game against Brown.
Tomorrow, the Bulldogs will host the Brown Bears for their 118th matchup on the gridiron. Both teams are riding on the momentum of record-breaking individual performances as well as lopsided scores. Running, defense and composure will all be essential for Yale to escape Week Eight with a victory. A Tale of Tailbacks Last weekend at »
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs look to go out with a bang
With dreams of a title long gone and little weighing on this weekend’s results, all that is left to do for the women’s soccer team is to play for each other and for two more wins. Coming off a rather disappointing effort at Columbia last Saturday, Yale (7–6–1, 2–3–1 Ivy) will have a chance to »
VOLLEYBALL: Elis remain focused on Ivy title
After a heartbreaking loss at Harvard last Saturday, the Elis (15–4, 9–1 Ivy) return to New Haven for a final pair of regular season home games against Columbia and Cornell.
FOOTBALL: Heart of the bulldogs
Last weekend, the entire football team rushed the field when tailback Tate Harshbarger ’14 scored his first career touchdown against Columbia at the Yale Bowl.