Alex Walker
MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale collects three points on road

In its final two road games of the regular season, the Yale men’s ice hockey team strengthened its hold on third place in the ECAC with a three-point series against Quinnipiac and Princeton.

FENCING: Two Elis compete at U.S. Junior Olympics

A representative from both the Yale men’s and women’s fencing teams competed on one of the sport’s largest stages last weekend — the 2015 Junior Olympics in Richmond.

MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs aim to ramp up offense on road

After splitting last week’s contests against Harvard and Dartmouth, the Yale men’s hockey team looks to sweep its next two games, with just six left in the regular season.

MEN’S HOCKEY: Allain leads analytically, by experience

Keith Allain ’80 brought the men’s hockey team from the bottom of the ECAC to the top of the nation in just a few years.

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 HOCKEY: Doherty emerges as young leader

Leadership does not always have to come from the most senior members of a team. For the Yale men’s ice hockey team, this is evident in the example set by forward Mike Doherty ’17.

FENCING: Bulldogs lose on senior day

Despite a valiant effort in front of a packed crowd at the Yale Fencing Salon, both the men’s and women’s teams fell to Sacred Heart University on Saturday in the Bulldogs’ first and only home match of the season.

MEN’S HOCKEY: First and worst coming to Ingalls

After two tough one-goal losses last weekend, the Yale men’s ice hockey team is looking to rebound against two competitors that run the gamut of the ECAC standings.

FENCING: Elis fail to break through in New York

Competing against some of the top-ranked teams in the nation, the Yale men’s and women’s fencing teams came away with a mixed bag of results this weekend at the NYU Invitational.

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.