WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs face top of ECAC
After a frustrating series against Brown, the Yale women’s hockey team is out to prove what it is capable of as it takes on a set of ranked opponents this Friday and Saturday.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale drops both games in weekend away
Coming off of a strong four-point ECAC weekend against Brown last weekend, the Yale Bulldogs were unable to continue the win streak, dropping consecutive matchups against St. Lawrence and Clarkson on Friday and Saturday.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis seek longest win streak of season
The Yale women’s hockey team is preparing for its fourth straight weekend of ECAC hockey with yet another chance to change its position in the conference. The Elis (8–10–1, 5–7–0 ECAC) currently hold the eighth position in its league, but with two games against Brown (4-15-0, 1-11-0) this weekend, one on Friday in Providence and »
MEN’S HOCKEY: Critical ECAC tilts for Yale
After completing a crucial two-game stand against Brown, from which the Elis took four points, Yale will look to continue its winning ways against St. Lawrence and Clarkson this weekend.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: A Swiss and a Swede lead
Yale women’s hockey is fielding one of its most impressive teams in years, due in large part to two talented international players: forwards Hanna Åström ’16 of Sweden and Phoebe Staenz ’17 of Switzerland. With years of play on the world’s best teams, the pair brings their experience to the Bulldogs in the hopes of making a playoff run.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Eli defense shuts down Brown
With Yale feeling the pressure from top-ranking league competitors like Harvard and Quinnipiac, the men’s hockey squad emerged victorious from a duo of critical games against Brown.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs face Brown in ECAC matchup
This weekend, the Yale Bulldogs — now 7-2-0 in their last nine contests — will take on Ivy rival Brown in a two-game bout. One will be hosted at the Whale, while the other will be at Meehan Auditorium in Providence.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Longest losing streak of year for Elis
After a promising first game of the new year against Dartmouth, the Yale women’s hockey team had a disappointing end to its winter break. With three consecutive losses to conference opponents, the Bulldogs have now dropped below the 0.500 mark and are ranked eighth in the ECAC.