Coed sailors dominate Hatch Brown regatta

After opening with a bang two weeks ago, the coed sailing team raised the bar even higher for the remainder of its fall season this past weekend. The Elis sent a portion of their team to the Hatch Brown Trophy in Boston, where Yale captured the regatta title. The second segment of the coed squad […]

W. hockey splits in Empire State

With a victory snatched from its grasp in overtime on Friday, the women’s hockey team traveled to Ithaca on Saturday hungry to secure a win from the moment the players hit the ice. The Bulldogs (1-2-0, 1-1-0 ECACHL) fell to Colgate (1-4-1, 1-0), 4-3, in Hamilton, N.Y., but rebounded the next day to beat Cornell […]

Record falls out of reach after Eli loss

Unlike their fellow Elis playing in the Yale Bowl across the street, the field hockey team ended up on the short end of a tight battle with Penn on Saturday afternoon at Johnson Field. The Elis (8-7, 3-2 Ivy) fell to the Quakers (3-11, 2-3 Ivy), 3-2, in game marked by flat efforts from both […]

Big Green dump Elis in OT

The men’s soccer game on Sunday was like a boxing match — with Dartmouth, unfortunately, landing the final punch. The Bulldogs traveled up to Hanover, N.H., for what is always a difficult road game and fought hard in a typically competitive Ivy League fight. In overtime, the Elis (4-7, 1-2 Ivy) finally fell to the […]

W. golf rebounds to a second-place finish at Penn State Invitational

The Yale women’s golf team went into last weekend’s Penn State Invitational as the underdogs but came out strong, finishing second. The Bulldogs know how to make the good shots when it counts. After a disappointing sixth-place finish in their first tournament of the year, a few strokes behind their Ivy rivals Harvard, Columbia and […]

Freshman sailors dominate

The Yale sailing teams raced all over New England this weekend in nearly too many regattas to keep track of. Somehow, the Elis managed to find some success even though they were split up and scattered. The women’s team and the younger sailors dominated the waters this weekend. The women’s team finished third at the […]

Elis seek to build on strong 2005

Camp Yale was the last thing on the minds of the women’s volleyball team. While their classmates enjoyed their last few hours of summer, the Elis spent hours a day serving, spiking and setting. Now they are ready to travel to Long Island for the Stony Brook Tournament to kick off a new season. The […]

Crimson crush m. lacrosse

gh energy, the men’s lacrosse team walked onto its home turf ready to play. But four quarters later, the Bulldogs’ mood was more in line with Saturday’s nasty weather. The Elis (5-8, 1-5 Ivy) crashed and burned at the hands of No. 17 Harvard (6-4, 3-2 Ivy), 12-4, this weekend. Harvard scored the first goal […]

M. lax hopes to rebound

The Elis have had a rollercoaster season, ending up just under .500 and posting a subpar Ivy record. But a happy ending may be on the horizon if the Bulldogs can beat a certain team from Cambridge this Saturday. The men’s lacrosse team (5-7, 1-4 Ivy) faces Harvard (5-4, 2-2 Ivy), its biggest rival, this […]

Elis lose heartbreaker to Big Green in N.H.

The men’s lacrosse team has struggled this season to hit its stride, and yesterday’s narrow loss to Dartmouth showed that the Elis are still lacking needed momentum. The Elis (5-7, 1-4 Ivy) fell to the Big Green (5-6, 1-2 Ivy), 12-10, in Hanover, N.H. Despite their early lead, the Bulldogs let their offense and defense […]

Bulldogs stumble in N.Y.

Driving up to Albany, playing a night game, and then driving home is a long day. But a loss makes the day seem even longer. The men’s lacrosse team (5-6, 1-3 Ivy) fell to Albany (5-5) last night at John Fallon Field in upstate New York, 7-5. After last Saturday’s win over Brown, the Bulldogs […]