MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs go 2–1, take first shutout
The men’s ice hockey team was busy over Thanksgiving Break, finishing a four-game road stretch with two points last weekend and starting a home sequence with a shutout victory against the Rochester Institute of Technology (4–8–2, 3–5–2 AHC) this past Saturday.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs ready to rebound
During Thanksgiving break, the Yale women’s basketball team traveled to the West Coast and competed against three non-conference teams: Washington, Alaska Anchorage and Boise State. The Bulldogs fell in all three matches.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs nab first victory
A 13–0 second half run for the Yale women’s basketball team, along with a massive rebounding advantage, helped the Bulldogs take down the Holy Cross Crusaders 83–70 in their home opener on Tuesday.
FOOTBALL: A promising leader in Oluokun
Yale’s defense is one of the youngest squads in the Ancient Eight. Still, it has persevered game after game and kept the Bulldogs in the running for the Ivy League championship, delivering one of the Bulldogs’ best seasons in recent memory.
SWIMMING & DIVING: Underclassmen shine in first home meet
After suffering incredibly close defeats at the hands of Columbia last season, the Yale men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams came back with a vengeance this weekend, dealing the Lions a sound defeat in the Elis’ first home meet of the year.