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.
FENCING: Yale excels at Vassar
The women’s and men’s fencing teams returned to competition this past weekend in promising form, with captain Lauren Miller ’15 leading her squad to two victories and captain Hugh O’Cinneide ’15 leading his to three at the Vassar Fencing Challenge.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs dismantle Bears
In a series that has recently been dominated by the home team, the Yale men’s basketball team made the trip up to Providence and asserted itself in emphatic fashion.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Simpson helps Yale to victory
In the Yale women’s basketball team’s inaugural Ivy game, the Bulldogs defeated Brown 66–49 after leading wire-to-wire, largely thanks to a strong defense as well as standout freshman guard Tamara Simpson ’18.
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 BASKETBALL LIVEBLOG: Yale takes on Brown
In the Ivy League opener for both teams, the Yale Bulldogs (11-6) take on the Brown Bears (9-8) today at the Pizzitola Sports Center in Providence, Rhode Island. Follow along as the News covers the action live. Live Blog Yale Men’s Basketball at Brown