Jonathan Marx
Staff Reporter
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MEN’S HOCKEY: Nine games in, Yale shows competitiveness

A month ago, the Yale men’s hockey team entered its 2015–16 season with some of the highest expectations in recent program history.

VOLLEYBALL: Yale dominates in season finale

The Yale volleyball team offered fans a glimpse of the future in its season-ending victory over Hartford on Tuesday, Nov. 24, rolling to a three-set […]

FOOTBALL: Harris ’17 sparks Yale offense

The Yale football roster lists eight players at the running back position, five of whom have received multiple carries for the Bulldogs this season.

VOLLEYBALL: Ivies end with weekend sweep

Entering the Ivy League season’s final weekend, the Yale volleyball team needed a pair of wins — and some help from other teams — to keep its hopes at a sixth consecutive Ancient Eight title alive.

VOLLEYBALL: Title hopes on the line

Winning a championship has never been an easy task, let alone winning two back-to-back.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Under Guth, Elis have high hopes

After finishing tied for third in the Ivy League in 2014–15, the Yale women’s basketball team enters the season with a new coach, a deep […]

VOLLEYBALL: Sixth-straight title in jeopardy

Chasing a sixth consecutive Ivy League title, the Yale volleyball team split a pair of road games at Princeton and Penn this weekend, dropping the Elis to fourth place in the Ancient Eight and leaving their championship hopes on life support.

VOLLEYBALL: Crucial weekend for Bulldogs

Heading into the season’s penultimate weekend, the Yale volleyball team travels south to Princeton and Penn, looking to snag two wins and remain in contention for a sixth consecutive Ivy title.

VOLLEYBALL: Yale splits weekend, maintains control of Ivy destiny

Looking to make up its one-game deficit to league-leading Harvard, the Yale volleyball team split a pair of tense five-set matches in New York this weekend. Still, the Bulldogs remain a single game behind the Crimson — and in control of their own run at a sixth-consecutive Ivy League championship.

VOLLEYBALL: Ivy race intensifies

A game out of first place with three weekends remaining to reclaim first place and a sixth straight Ivy League championship, the Yale volleyball team heads to New York this weekend to face off against a pair of teams at the bottom of the conference standings: Cornell and Columbia.

MEN’S HOCKEY: National ambitions for experienced Bulldogs

After a promising season that ended with close losses to Harvard in the ECAC Championship and to Boston University in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Yale men’s hockey team enters the 2015–16 season with some of the highest expectations it has seen in recent history. Boasting a loaded veteran roster, the Bulldogs look to advance beyond the NCAA first round for the first time since their magical national title run in 2013.