CROSS COUNTRY: XC picks up the pace
A full 10 months after claiming its fifth-straight Ivy League title, the Yale volleyball team began its 2015 conference season against Brown on Saturday, picking up right where it left off. The Bulldogs (6–4, 1–0 Ivy) initially fought neck-and-neck with the Bears (6–6, 0–1) but pulled ahead in the latter half of the match, winning the fourth set 25–22 to claim a 3–1 […]
The Yale women’s soccer team fell short in its Ivy opener this past Saturday, facing a tough Princeton team on the road. In a contest between two prolific offenses, the Tigers found the back of the net three times while shutting out the Bulldogs 3–0, the first scoreless contest that Yale has had all season.
The Yale football team gave fans another scare on Saturday, trailing by as many as 19 points early in its home opener against Cornell. But for the second straight game, the Bulldogs pulled ahead in the end, with 26 unanswered points sealing an improbable victory in Yale’s first Ivy League contest of 2015.
Despite winning its first game of the season on Sept. 19 against Quinnipiac, the men’s soccer team is still struggling to find its form just as it gears up for Ivy League play.
James Badas, Greg Cameron