Alessa Kim-Panero
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MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs blank Boston College in first shutout of the season

The Bulldogs defeated Boston College 2–0 in their second home match of the year Tuesday night as captain and goalkeeper Elian Haddock ’23 posted his first shutout of the season.

MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs take down UMass Lowell, shift focus to UConn

In its first home game in 672 days, the Yale men’s soccer team defeated UMass Lowell 4–1 under Saturday night lights at Reese Stadium.

Arnason kicks a ball in the game against UMass Lowell
MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs split away games against Fairfield, Villanova over Labor Day weekend

The Yale men’s soccer team won its first match since November 2019 against Fairfield on Friday and narrowly lost against Villanova on Monday night.

A Yale soccer player kicks a ball during a match
MEN’S SOCCER: After yearlong hiatus, Elis return to defend their Ivy crown

21 months after its last competition, the Yale men's soccer team begins its Ancient Eight title defense away at Fairfield on Friday.

Jeremy Haddock
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prepared to build on historic 2019 season

This fall, the Yale women’s soccer team will return to campus, eager to compete after missing the fall 2020 season.  With head coach Sarah Martinez […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Four Yale alums train in NWSL preseason

In the past five years, four Yale women’s soccer players have traded the Blue and White for the professional kits of the National Women’s Soccer […]

The four women take the field in a college.
VOLLEYBALL: Arnautou ’20 settles into AO Markopoulo and life in Greece

After graduating in spring 2020, setter Frances Arnautou ’20 traded her number 23 Yale volleyball jersey for number 11 on AO Markopoulo, a Greek professional […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Looking back at a decade of Yale Hockey

In the past 10 years, Yale men’s ice hockey has built an impressive trophy case, filled with NCAA, ECAC and Ivy League accolades. Its resume […]

Payne Whitney hosts one in-person exercise class this fall

While many Yale students have distant memories of exercise classes, a small cohort is still attending in-person spinning classes at Payne Whitney Gymnasium this fall. […]

Student-athletes work on campaigns and civic education before election

CROSS COUNTRY: With no racing season this fall, Bulldogs refocus on the fun of running

Without a championship to chase this fall, the men’s and women’s cross country teams are returning to the fundamentals: running for the sake of running. […]