WOMEN’S SOCCER: Elis seek first Ivy title in 10 years
In 1992 and 2005, the Yale women’s soccer team brought home rings for winning the Ivy League championship. The 2015 season has already begun, marking the 10th anniversary since the program last stood at number one in the Ancient Eight.
MEN’S SOCCER: Stannard sets new standards
Before its first year under the helm of head coach Kylie Stannard officially begins, the Yale men’s soccer team has already seen drastic changes. Coming off a 1–13–3 season, the team has undergone an intense offseason training regimen.
MEN’S SOCCER: The “Stannard Era” begins
The News spoke with Stannard about his transition into the Ivy League, the difficult recovery from a poor 2014 Bulldog season and the changes he intends to bring to the Yale soccer program.
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs drop 13th game of season
In Brian Tompkins’s last match as Yale soccer’s head coach, the Elis took on the 2014 Ivy League Co-Champions, Princeton. As they have nearly every time this season, the Bulldogs fell short.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Season-ending win for Bulldogs
The Yale women’s soccer team exploded out of the gate for its final game of the season, taking down Ivy League opponent Brown in a 2–1 victory and raising its standing in the conference from fifth to third.
MEN’S SOCCER: Yale drops the ball yet again
In their penultimate shot at finally securing an Ivy League win, the Yale Bulldogs came up short once again in a 1–0 loss to Brown, continuing a rough run of form for the Elis.
MEN’S SOCCER: Late penalty dooms Elis
In their fifth Ivy League contest of the season, the Bulldogs (1–11–3, 0–4–1 Ivy) took on the Columbia Lions (6–6–1, 2–2–1) and looked prepared to ride a momentum-changing equalizer