M. HOCKEY | Elis blast Ivy foes

In the last regular season homestand of their career, the seniors of the men’s hockey team went out in high fashion. The Bulldogs (12–13–2, 9–10–1 ECAC) showcased the dynamic offense for which they are known. The team clinched a 5–3 win over Dartmouth (10–13–4, 7–10–3) on Friday night before throttling archrival Harvard (8–7–11, 6–4–9) 7–1 […]

M. HOCKEY | Bulldogs throttle Harvard at Ingalls

On senior night, the men’s hockey team did what it does best: score goals. The Bulldogs (12–13–2, 9–10–1 ECAC) dominated the tempo of the game from the beginning, scoring three goals in the opening period, and throttled the visiting Harvard Crimson (8–7–11, 6–4–9) 7–1. Captain Brian O’Neill ’12 notched three assists and forward Kenny Agostino […]


Reno builds his staff

A month after his introduction as the 34th head coach of the Yale football team, Tony Reno officially announced the members of his first coaching staff yesterday. Reno’s first set of staff members, all seven of whom hail from New England, includes three former Harvard assistant coaches and two of Reno’s colleagues during former Yale […]

Coach Reno announces his first staff

A month after he was introduced as the 34th head coach of the Yale football team, Tony Reno officially announced his staff today. Reno’s first staff includes three former Harvard assistants and two of his colleagues under former Yale head coach Jack Siedlecki. Defensive coordinator Rick Flanders is the first staff’s only holdout from the […]


M. HOCKEY | Bulldogs drop two games on road

Sometimes, having an advantage in shots on goal does not translate into victory. In suffering back-to-back 4–2 losses against Colgate (17–10–3, 11–6–1) and No. 13 Cornell (13–6–6, 10–3–5) on the road, the men’s hockey team (10–13–2, 7–10–1 ECAC) learned this lesson the hard way this weekend. The Bulldogs outshot the Raiders 35–28 and the Big […]

M. HOCKEY | Mixed results for Bulldogs

It was a tale of two teams for men’s hockey this weekend. After a frustrating 4–3 overtime loss to St. Lawrence (10–15–3, 6–9–1 ECAC) on Friday, the Bulldogs bounced back in a big way with a 5–1 thumping of Clarkson (13–12–5, 7–6–3) on Saturday. Center Andrew Miller ’13 said it was an important win for […]

M. HOCKEY | Yale bounces back against Clarkson

The men’s hockey team (10–11–2, 7–8–1 ECAC) bounced back in a big way on Saturday night with a win over visiting Clarkson at Ingalls Rink. After a disappointing 4–3 overtime loss to St. Lawrence on Friday night, the Elis rebounded with a 5–1 thumping of Clarkson (13–12–5, 7–6–3 ECAC) on Saturday. Forward Andrew Miller ’13 […]


M. HOCKEY | North Country foes come to Ingalls

January was a cruel month for the Yale men’s hockey team. The Bulldogs notched just three victories in nine games, dropped to the bottom half of ECAC standings and lost their national ranking. But things may be looking up for the Elis. After a tough 4–3 loss to Harvard last Friday night, Yale rebounded in […]

Q+A: Kenny Agostino ’14

Before being named Yale’s rookie of the year last season, forward Kenny Agostino ’14 was a two-time New Jersey Player of the Year, three-time state champion and school all-time leading scorer at the Delbarton School. Currently, Agostino ranks second on the team in goals scored and third in total points. He sat down with the […]

Yalie to coach Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI

Thirteen years after winning an Ivy League title, former Yale footballer Pat Graham ’01 is one game away from winning the biggest title of them all: the Super Bowl. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”852″ ] When Graham, the linebacker coach for the New England Patriots, takes the field Feb. 5, he will become the first Yale graduate to […]


Reno looks to revitalize Yale program

When Tony Reno graduated from Oxford High School in Oxford, Mass. in 1993, he enrolled at Hobart College in upstate New York. After one year away from the Bay State, however, Reno returned home. Nearly a decade later, Reno decided to go home again. This time, he came back to Yale as its 34th head […]