Hockey

ECAC partners with Headway Foundation

By Nate Repensky | Posted on, 11:59 a.m.

Bulldog fans will have an opportunity to donate to the cause this weekend by pledging a donation for each goal the Elis score against the Tigers and Bobcats at Ingalls Rink. Read more


Hockey

ECAC partners with Headway Foundation

By Nate Repensky | Posted on, 11:59 a.m.

Bulldog fans will have an opportunity to donate to the cause this weekend by pledging a donation for each goal the Elis score against the Tigers and Bobcats at Ingalls Rink. Read more


Men's Basketball

BY THE NUMBERS: Ivy hoops games to watch

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 1:38 p.m.

The first three weeks the Ivy League men’s basketball season have brought a little bit of everything: suspense, surprise and a whole lot of fun. This weekend’s slate of eight games, however, should top anything we’ve seen thus far. Read more


Men's Basketball

BY THE NUMBERS: Ivy hoops games to watch

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 1:38 p.m.

The first three weeks the Ivy League men’s basketball season have brought a little bit of everything: suspense, surprise and a whole lot of fun. This weekend’s slate of eight games, however, should top anything we’ve seen thus far. Read more




Men's Hockey

Bulldogs earn first four-point weekend

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 10:26 p.m.

The Yale men’s hockey team earned its first weekend sweep of the season with a 4–1 victory against Brown in a game that proved much closer on the ice than the final score indicates. Forward Evan Smith ’20 led the way for the Bulldogs with two goals, including the game winner early in the third … Read more


Men's Hockey

Bulldogs earn first four-point weekend

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 10:26 p.m.

The Yale men’s hockey team earned its first weekend sweep of the season with a 4–1 victory against Brown in a game that proved much closer on the ice than the final score indicates. Forward Evan Smith ’20 led the way for the Bulldogs with two goals, including the game winner early in the third … Read more


Women's Hockey

Yale extends win streak to three

By Hope Allchin | Posted on, 9:16 p.m.

In the first rendition of its home-and-home with Brown, the Yale women’s hockey team dominated its ECAC opponent, outshooting the Bears 42–20 over 60 minutes of play. The 2–1 victory extends the Eli win streak to a season-high three games. Read more


Women's Hockey

Yale extends win streak to three

By Hope Allchin | Posted on, 9:16 p.m.

In the first rendition of its home-and-home with Brown, the Yale women’s hockey team dominated its ECAC opponent, outshooting the Bears 42–20 over 60 minutes of play. The 2–1 victory extends the Eli win streak to a season-high three games. Read more


Men's Hockey

Bulldogs rally to edge Brown

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 11:11 a.m.

Defender Henry Hart ’18 capped a furious rally from the Yale men’s hockey team that erased an early 3–1 deficit and culminated in a 4–3 victory over Brown, stretching the Elis’ unbeaten streak to five games. Read more


Men's Hockey

Bulldogs rally to edge Brown

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 11:11 a.m.

Defender Henry Hart ’18 capped a furious rally from the Yale men’s hockey team that erased an early 3–1 deficit and culminated in a 4–3 victory over Brown, stretching the Elis’ unbeaten streak to five games. Read more


Women's Basketball

Yale cruises to first conference win

The Yale women’s basketball team finally overcame its Achilles heel on Friday night, dominating from start to finish and maintaining its intensity for a full 40 minutes while holding Brown to a season-low 51 points. Read more


Women's Basketball

Yale cruises to first conference win

The Yale women’s basketball team finally overcame its Achilles heel on Friday night, dominating from start to finish and maintaining its intensity for a full 40 minutes while holding Brown to a season-low 51 points. Read more




Men's Basketball

Downey, Oni earn weekly Ivy honors

By Greg Cameron | Posted on, 4:16 p.m.

The Yale men’s basketball team pulled off a narrow 75–74 win at Brown last Saturday night thanks to rebounding, dominance in the paint and clutch shooting. The two leaders of Yale’s comeback victory, forward Sam Downey ’17 and guard Miye Oni ’20, were both honored by the Ivy League this week for their individual efforts. Read more


Men's Basketball

Downey, Oni earn weekly Ivy honors

By Greg Cameron | Posted on, 4:16 p.m.

The Yale men’s basketball team pulled off a narrow 75–74 win at Brown last Saturday night thanks to rebounding, dominance in the paint and clutch shooting. The two leaders of Yale’s comeback victory, forward Sam Downey ’17 and guard Miye Oni ’20, were both honored by the Ivy League this week for their individual efforts. Read more


Men's Hockey

Spano named Goaltender of the Week

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 7:13 p.m.

Yale netminder Patrick Spano ’17 was named the ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week for his outstanding performances in the Elis’ 7–0 demolition of Dartmouth and their 1–1 draw with Harvard. Read more


Men's Hockey

Spano named Goaltender of the Week

By Chris Bracken | Posted on, 7:13 p.m.

Yale netminder Patrick Spano ’17 was named the ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week for his outstanding performances in the Elis’ 7–0 demolition of Dartmouth and their 1–1 draw with Harvard. Read more


Men's Hockey

BY THE NUMBERS: Men’s hockey projections

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 7:20 p.m.

The Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group and media coordinator Michael Bogaty ’19 are excited to launch a new series featuring season projections for different Yale sports, first breaking down the remainder of the Yale men’s hockey season. Read more


Men's Hockey

BY THE NUMBERS: Men’s hockey projections

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 7:20 p.m.

The Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group and media coordinator Michael Bogaty ’19 are excited to launch a new series featuring season projections for different Yale sports, first breaking down the remainder of the Yale men’s hockey season. Read more


Women's Hockey

BY THE NUMBERS: Women’s hockey projections

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 3:24 p.m.

As of this writing, the Yale women’s hockey team is right on the playoff bubble, sitting eighth in the ECAC standings. In part due to a goal differential better than their record would suggest, our model (which ranks the Bulldogs seventh best in the conference) is relatively optimistic about the Elis’ chances of reaching the ECAC tournament; here, we break down Yale’s remaining schedule. Read more


Women's Hockey

BY THE NUMBERS: Women’s hockey projections

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 3:24 p.m.

As of this writing, the Yale women’s hockey team is right on the playoff bubble, sitting eighth in the ECAC standings. In part due to a goal differential better than their record would suggest, our model (which ranks the Bulldogs seventh best in the conference) is relatively optimistic about the Elis’ chances of reaching the ECAC tournament; here, we break down Yale’s remaining schedule. Read more


Football

Penn quarterback eyes NFL

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 7:17 p.m.

The quarterback who ranks No. 2 all-time in overall completion percentage among Ivy League signal callers, Penn senior Alek Torgersen, has a chance to hear his name called at the NFL Draft in Philadelphia this April. Read more


Football

Penn quarterback eyes NFL

By Joey Kamm | Posted on, 7:17 p.m.

The quarterback who ranks No. 2 all-time in overall completion percentage among Ivy League signal callers, Penn senior Alek Torgersen, has a chance to hear his name called at the NFL Draft in Philadelphia this April. Read more


Women's Basketball

Brown guard honored after torching Bulldogs

By Steven Rome | Posted on, 7:40 p.m.

Brown guard Shayna Mehta earned Co-Player of the Week honors in the Ivy League for her 20-point performance in the Bears’ 76–73 victory over the Yale women’s basketball team on Friday night. Read more


Women's Basketball

Brown guard honored after torching Bulldogs

By Steven Rome | Posted on, 7:40 p.m.

Brown guard Shayna Mehta earned Co-Player of the Week honors in the Ivy League for her 20-point performance in the Bears’ 76–73 victory over the Yale women’s basketball team on Friday night. Read more


Women’s Squash

Cream of the crop dominates national rankings

By Brian Yeo | Posted on, 10:23 p.m.

When looking around at collegiate sports, past the blockbuster main draws like basketball or football, you can start noticing true imbalances of power amongst the top teams of certain more niche sports. If you look at college football or men’s basketball, parity serves as part of the sports’ appeal. During  March Madness, any outcome is … Read more


Women’s Squash

Cream of the crop dominates national rankings

By Brian Yeo | Posted on, 10:23 p.m.

When looking around at collegiate sports, past the blockbuster main draws like basketball or football, you can start noticing true imbalances of power amongst the top teams of certain more niche sports. If you look at college football or men’s basketball, parity serves as part of the sports’ appeal. During  March Madness, any outcome is … Read more


Women's Basketball

Path to The Palestra heats up

By Won Jung | Posted on, 12:18 p.m.

After posting its best combined nonconference win percentage in league history, the Ivy League has begun its journey to crown a champion and recipient of the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Championships. Read more


Women's Basketball

Path to The Palestra heats up

By Won Jung | Posted on, 12:18 p.m.

After posting its best combined nonconference win percentage in league history, the Ivy League has begun its journey to crown a champion and recipient of the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Championships. Read more


Men's Basketball

Battle in New York breaks open Ivy tournament race

By Maya Sweedler | Posted on, 10:10 p.m.

Entering the Ivy League men’s basketball season, there was pretty clear divide between the top three teams — Princeton, Yale and Harvard — and the next five. Except Cornell didn’t get the memo. Read more


Men's Basketball

Battle in New York breaks open Ivy tournament race

By Maya Sweedler | Posted on, 10:10 p.m.

Entering the Ivy League men’s basketball season, there was pretty clear divide between the top three teams — Princeton, Yale and Harvard — and the next five. Except Cornell didn’t get the memo. Read more


Men's Basketball

BY THE NUMBERS: Ivy hoops weekend recap

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 3:47 p.m.

Despite just three conference game played, this past weekend of Ivy League men’s basketball added more chaos (and excitement!) in the fourteen-game quest to reach the inaugural Ancient Eight tournament in March. Read more


Men's Basketball

BY THE NUMBERS: Ivy hoops weekend recap

By Yale Undergraduate Sports Analytics Group | Posted on, 3:47 p.m.

Despite just three conference game played, this past weekend of Ivy League men’s basketball added more chaos (and excitement!) in the fourteen-game quest to reach the inaugural Ancient Eight tournament in March. Read more


Men's Basketball

If the Bulldogs were NBA stars

With approach of the Ivy League season for the Yale men’s basketball team and the recent announcement of the National Basketball Association’s All-Star Game starters earlier this week, Down the Field hands out a few comparisons — however generous — between the Bulldogs and the pro ballers. Read more


Men's Basketball

If the Bulldogs were NBA stars

With approach of the Ivy League season for the Yale men’s basketball team and the recent announcement of the National Basketball Association’s All-Star Game starters earlier this week, Down the Field hands out a few comparisons — however generous — between the Bulldogs and the pro ballers. Read more


Women's Swimming & Diving

Yale cracks national rankings

By Nate Repensky | Posted on, 6:19 p.m.

The Yale women’s swimming and diving team earned the No. 24 spot in the latest edition of the College Swim Coaches Association of America national rankings, marking the first time all season the team was selected as one of the nation’s best. Read more


Women's Swimming & Diving

Yale cracks national rankings

By Nate Repensky | Posted on, 6:19 p.m.

The Yale women’s swimming and diving team earned the No. 24 spot in the latest edition of the College Swim Coaches Association of America national rankings, marking the first time all season the team was selected as one of the nation’s best. Read more