Chris Bracken
Staff Reporter
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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Must-win weekend for Bulldogs

After opening the season with two tough tests against the class of the Ivy League, the Yale women’s soccer team seeks to match its one-win […]

SAILING: Yale takes top spot in three regattas

The Yale sailing team stuck to its well-worn script for success this weekend, easing to comfortable margins of victory in three of its four regattas […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Harvard drought continues

For the first time in their past eight matches, the Yale women’s soccer team netted the game’s first goal. However, the Bulldogs proved unable to […]

FOOTBALL: Yale falls to 0–3 after home blowout

The Elis remain winless in their first three games after Saturday's 63–35 drubbing at the hands of Lehigh.

SAILING: Three Elis qualify for Singlehanded Nationals

The Yale sailing team continued its strong start to the season, with three individual sailors qualifying for the Singlehanded National Championship. In team competition, the Yale women’s team cruised to victory in the Amanda Trophy at Roger Williams, while the co-ed team finished second in the Chris Loder Trophy at MIT and fourth in the Stedman Hood Trophy at Tufts.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Yale draws with Ivy champion

The Yale women’s soccer team opened Ivy League play with what may be its stiffest test of the season — a match against defending conference champion Princeton, a team lying just outside the NCAA Top 25.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Yale to host champs in Ivy opener

Having already matched last season’s four-win total, the Yale women’s soccer team enters Ivy League play on Saturday afternoon against Princeton looking to bounce back from its cellar-dwelling position a year ago.

SAILING: Bulldogs earn three wins on the water

Next week, the Bulldogs have six regattas on the docket, including the Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded Championships. Nordstorm will sail for the women, while Malcolm Lamphere ’18 — the defending national champion — Barrows and Baird will sail for the men.

MEN’S SOCCER: Elis seeking winning record

Entering its fourth game of the season this Saturday, the Yale men’s soccer team checks in with a balanced 1–1–1 overall record. A victory would not only tip the scales in the Bulldogs’ favor, but match their combined win total from the past two seasons.