Harry Browne
Staff Reporter
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MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING: Yale fourth amongst top competition

Hundreds of miles from home and in the territory of one of the best squads in the country, the Yale men’s swimming and diving team held its own against a bevy of formidable opponents two weekends ago.

MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING: Yale heads south to Virginia Tech

Just five days after winning an Ivy League dual meet on the final race, the Yale men’s swimming and diving team travels to Christiansburg, Virginia, for the H2Okie Fall Invitational.

MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING: Bulldogs win nailbiter over Lions

Leaving its fans with adrenaline and hoarse voices, the Yale men’s swimming and diving team won a dramatic dual meet with Columbia on Saturday that came down to the final two races.

MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING: Fast finishes fuel Elis to wins

The Yale men’s swimming and diving team proved its mettle in close races Saturday, defeating Brown 177.5–122.5 in Providence.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs end season with fall to Brown

The Yale women’s soccer team finished its season with a disappointing 1–0 shutout at Brown.

MEN’S SWIMMING: Bulldogs dive into new year

This season, a smaller senior class led by captain Alex Goss ’17 will lead the challenge against defending Ivy League champion Princeton and powerhouse Harvard, looking to improve on last season’s fourth-place finish at the league championship meet.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Yale stuns Columbia in OT, wins on Senior Night

In the most dramatic game of its 2016 campaign, the Yale women's soccer team slew Ivy League front runner Columbia in an overtime stunner Saturday night. After Michelle Alozie ’19 forced overtime with a last-second goal, Geneva Decker ’17 scored three minutes in extra time to end her career at Reese Stadium.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Controversial call dashes title hopes

Despite more than an hour of quality play Saturday against one of the Ivy League’s best teams, a controversial call eliminated the Yale women’s soccer […]

Robbie Short
WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis seek turnaround, ECAC foes loom

After a middling season that saw the Bulldogs finish with a losing record both in and out of the conference, the Yale women’s hockey team returns to the ice looking to break into the upper echelon of the Eastern College Athletic Conference.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall to Cornell

A punchless Cornell attack found its uppercut to KO the Yale women’s soccer team on Saturday, stranding the Elis in the low ranks of the […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs to take on winless Big Red

After ballasting its unsteady season with a dramatic victory against Dartmouth, the Yale women’s soccer team now sets course for Ithaca. Last Saturday’s emphatic 1–0 […]