Frederick Frank
Staff Reporter
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MEN’S SOCCER: Late goal gives Yale first win

It took almost 17.5 hours of playing time this season, but the men’s soccer team got its first win of the year in thrilling fashion.

CO-ED SAILING: Bulldogs cruise past competition

The coed sailing team sailed through treacherous waters over the weekend, overcoming nature’s will to outperform the competition.

SAILING: Elis continue to dominate the seas

Over the weekend, the No. 1 coed sailing team split up over three events, displaying their talents across the Northeast. Two Elis qualified for the ISCA Men’s single-handed National Championships while the other Bulldog squads placed third and fifth at the 32nd Hood Trophy and Salt Pond Invitational, respectively.

SAILING: Elis continue to dominate the seas

The coed sailing team divided and conquered this weekend.

MEN’S SOCCER: Schwartz ’16 talks record

Six games into the season, the men’s soccer team is still searching for its first win. The News sat down with forward Avery Schwartz ’16, who has played in five games for Yale so far, to discuss why the Elis’ record does not match their level of play.

COED SAILING: Yale wins at MIT

After placing second at home last week, the coed sailing team performed even better this weekend, cruising to victory by a massive 98 point spread at the Hatch Brown Trophy.

SAILING: Bulldogs saved by Belling ’16

In addition to helping the Yale coed sailing team win the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Team Race National Championship in June, crew Charlotte Belling ’16 has achieved personal recognition for her achievements as well.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Conneely ’16 talks new players, offense

The News sat down with midfielder Shannon Conneely ’16 to discuss the game, her team and the upcoming season.

MEN’S HOCKEY: Elis impress at NHL training camps

While there has not been a game down at Ingalls Rink since March, seven skaters from the Yale men’s hockey team kept their blades sharp.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Elis eliminated from NCAA contention

Despite leading 2-0 in the first quarter in the semi-finals of the Ivy League Tournament, the No. 17 men's lacrosse team couldn't handle No. 13 Harvard's quick passing on offense and fell for the second consecutive week to their conference rivals.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Bulldogs top ‘Cats

The Elis gritted out a 14–11 victory over the Wildcats in front of their home crowd at Reese Stadium.