GYMNASTICS: Bulldogs notch win at home
Despite uncharacteristic mistakes that led to a season-low team score, strong individual performances propelled the Yale gymnastics team to a victory over visiting Springfield College on Saturday. The Bulldogs defeated the Pride 188.650–184.250 and placed first in every event, though Springfield College senior Abby Clark took the all-around title.
FENCING: Yale falls to Ivy rivals
In a battle against some of collegiate fencing’s top-ranked teams, the Yale women’s and men’s squads fell to their Ivy League foes at the conference’s Round Robin tournament in New York on Sunday and Monday.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs split ECAC matchups
As the regular season nears its end and competition for a spot in the NCAA tournament heats up, the Yale men’s ice hockey team finds itself in the middle of a tightly packed ECAC after a dramatic win on Friday and a loss on Saturday.
MEN’S BASKETBALL: Undefeated no more
The Yale men’s basketball team very nearly escaped this weekend with a seemingly insurmountable three-game edge in the Ivy League. Instead, the Bulldogs now find themselves tied for first after a tough loss on Saturday to Harvard.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Yale falls 6–1, wins 6–2
The Yale women’s hockey team endured a weekend of highs and lows, suffering a devastating defeat to rival No. 4 Harvard on Friday, but rebounding with a big win Saturday against Dartmouth to hold its position in the ECAC.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs upset by Big Green
Only 24 hours after its dominant 3–0 victory against Ivy League rival Harvard, the Yale men's hockey team was unable to complete the weekend sweep, coming up short against the Dartmouth Big Green by a final score of 6–4.
MEN’S HOCKEY: Elis complete Harvard sweep
In their final matchup against the Harvard Crimson this season, the Yale Bulldogs completed their three-game season sweep of their archrivals with a 3–0 win on home ice.
MEN’S HOCKEY LIVEBLOG: Elis host Harvard
A little less than a month after continuing its recent success against Harvard (12-6-2, 8-4-2 ECAC) with a 4-1 victory at Madison Square Garden, Yale (12-6-3, 7-5-2 ECAC) enters Friday's rivalry game in the thick of a tight race for the ECAC's top spot. The Crimson sit two points above the Bulldogs, placing more than bragging rights on the line tonight at Ingalls. Tune in for the 7 p.m. puck drop to get live updates from the News.