WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs topple Big Red
In a critical must-win matchup, the women’s soccer team did just enough to secure a home victory against Cornell, with a final tally of 1–0 Saturday night.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs play with backs against the wall
Both Cornell and Yale will look to end a two-game Ivy League losing streak in Saturday night’s women’s soccer game. Despite the similarities in conference records, the teams had vastly different results in their last games. Yale (6–5–0, 1–2–0 Ivy) just had its best victory of the season, a 4–0 dismantling of Marist on Monday »
MEN’S SOCCER: Musie ’16 makes mark
Despite being injured for much of the first half of the season, sophomore transfer Musie, a midfielder from Gothenburg, Sweden, has certainly made his presence felt, even beyond that Oct. 5 matchup against the Crimson.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs blank Marist
Competing on the heels of two devastating Ivy League losses, the women’s soccer team looked sharper than ever in a 4–0 rout of Marist on Monday night.
MEN’S SOCCER: Elis thrill again
The men’s soccer team scored in double overtime on Saturday night to beat Dartmouth and remain undefeated in the Ivy League
Bulldogs look to pounce on Dartmouth
Coming off a disappointing loss to Harvard this past Saturday, the women’s soccer team is seeking to jump back above .500 early in this year’s Ivy League season. The Bulldogs try to do just that when they host fellow Ivy contender Dartmouth on Saturday before making a trip to Marist on Monday night for a »
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs to take on Big Green
The Bulldogs (2–7–0, 1–0 Ivy) will face a stiff test against the Big Green (4–1–4, 0–1 Ivy), who have conceded the second fewest number of goals in the Ivies this season.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Goalies share the net
The women’s soccer team can play only one goalkeeper in the net at a time, but head coach Rudy Meredith has had two talented goalies to choose from.
Great Danes tame Elis
After an emotional comeback victory against Harvard last Saturday, Yale could not muster a similar second half performance last night, falling at Albany. The Elis (2–7–0, 1–0 Ivy) squeaked one goal past Great Danes goalkeeper Tim Allen, who made six saves off of 13 first half shots. But Albany (2–7–2, 0–1–0 American East) regrouped in »
Harvard bests Bulldogs Saturday; Monday match postponed
On Saturday afternoon, the women’s soccer team had an opportunity to establish itself as a bona fide Ivy League championship contender against Harvard, the conference favorite. But the team could not overcome Harvard at Reese Stadium, falling by a score of 3–1. A chance to bounce back on Monday against Central Connecticut State was halted »