Jess Notebaert
Ankle ends goalie’s season

For women’s soccer goaltender Chloe Beizer ’07, the 2005 season brought new meaning to the oft-cliche concept of a watershed year. Second in the Ivy […]

Volleyball competes against nation’s best in California

When it comes to women’s volleyball, California, with beach volleyball courts speckled up and down the Pacific coastline and year-round sun, has long been a […]

2006 Football Preview: The Bowl

More than just a site for Saturday afternoon tailgates, the Yale Bowl symbolizes the powerful history and towering legacy of Yale football. The stadium, which […]

2006 Football Preview: The Boss

Jack Siedlecki, Yale football’s boss, takes the field for his 10th season in the Elm City with two enduring legacies in tow — “The Turnaround” […]

2006 Football Preview: What to Expect

A showdown between storied history and newfound momentum. The Elis are a whopping 114-17-2 in season openers. But the sizzling Toreros may have the edge […]

2006 Football Preview: Last Year’s Action

The Elis fell to San Diego, 17-14, in last year’s season opener. 2005 Ivy League Rookie of the Year Mike McLeod ’09 rushed for 102 […]

W. soccer looks to rebound

Two losses are as many as the women’s soccer team is willing to accept this season. After falling to No. 15 Duke and the No. […]

Elis fall to Duke, UNC

Just four seconds into the first half of Sunday’s women’s soccer game against the No. 8 University of North Carolina, goaltender Susan Starr ’08 threw […]

No. 13 Elis host Duke, UNC to start season

“This is a whole new team,” women’s soccer midfielder Mary Kuder ’08 said. “We have eight new players and we have to start all over […]

Allain ’80 to replace Taylor

Former Yale men’s hockey goaltender Keith Allain ’80 was welcomed back to New Haven at Ingalls Rink on Saturday, replacing Tim Taylor as head coach […]

Coach let go after long tenure

After a 28-year partnership, the men’s hockey team and head coach Tim Taylor have parted ways. The Yale Athletic Department announced Tuesday that it was […]