Hamera Shabbir
Staff Reporter
Hamera Shabbir covers golf and fencing for the Sports desk and the School of the Environment for the Science and Technology desk. Originally from California's Central Valley, she is a sophomore in Branford College majoring in Environmental Studies.
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Bulldogs Fall 4–0 to Princeton in Ivy League Opener

On Saturday, the Yale women’s soccer team lost 4-0 to Princeton in its first Ivy League game of the 2021 season.  The Bulldogs (1-8-0, 0-1-0 […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs start Ivy slate at Princeton

After winning their first game of the season against St. John’s last weekend, the Bulldogs open Ivy League competition at Princeton this Saturday.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs search for first win in New York

After an 0–4 start to the season, Yale women’s soccer takes on Albany on Thursday night and Hofstra on Sunday.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall to Oregon State and Colgate

At two home games this weekend, the Bulldogs lost to Oregon State on Friday and Colgate on Sunday.

A Yale soccer player strikes a ball in a home match.
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prepare for Oregon State, Colgate

After losing their first two games this season, Yale is looking to earn their first wins against Oregon State this Friday and Colgate on Sunday.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall in 4–0 loss to Quinnipiac

After a difficult first half, Yale women’s soccer lost to Quinnipiac, 4–0, in their second game of the season.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall to Buffalo in Yale’s first competition since March 2020

Yale’s 3-2 overtime loss at Reese Stadium included a pair of goals from first-year midfielder Ellie Rappole ’25 and marked the University’s first athletic competition in more than 17 months.

TENNIS: Yale Continues Leadership Without Competition

After a year of remote or distanced events without any competition, the Yale Tennis community is preparing for a full return in the fall.  During […]

Behind the Venue: Two decades of Johnson Field

For 20 years, Johnson Field has been home to Yale field hockey and has functioned as a unique space for women’s sports at Yale. From 2000 to 2008, it also housed Yale women’s lacrosse.

An illustration of Johnson and the players playing at the field named after him.
Undergraduate student launches websites to help students form study groups

STUDYUP launched Thursday to link classmates despite stumbles in advertising.

The Women’s Network Yale Chapter hosts Law Career Symposium

On Tuesday Night, The Women’s Network Yale Chapter invited eight accomplished women in law to speak with undergraduates in the organization on possibilities in the law pathway.

Speakers pictured include Jessie Liu, Kelly Voight, Rachel Skaistis, and Sailaja Paidipaty on a screenshot.