Providence bends to w. soccer, 1-0

Ali Cobbett ’03 found a good time to score her first goal of the season. Cobbett netted the game winner at 44:37 to lead the women’s soccer team (9-4-1, 2-2-1 Ivy) Sunday to a victory over Providence College (7-8-2) 1-0 in Providence, R.I. With time running down in the first half, April Siuda ’06 dumped […]

W. ice hockey falls 5-1 in preseason contest

Princeton scores three times in final period to stretch lead to four on tired Bulldogs

W. soccer scores early, hangs on for 1-1 tie

Eleni Benson ’05 walked off the field Saturday after 110 minutes of play, shaking her head in disappointment but also breathing a sigh of relief. “We were lucky,” Benson said. “We were upset we didn’t win, but we came very close to losing.” Benson and the women’s soccer team (8-3-2, 2-2-1 Ivy) survived a penalty […]

W. soccer team hosts Penn Quakers

On Saturday, the women’s soccer team will take a stab at containing Pennsylvania’s Katy Cross at the Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium. Cross, last year’s Ivy League Rookie of the Year, leads the league so far this fall in shots, total points, points per game, total goals, and goals per game. She is a leading candidate for the […]

Nobel winner Fenn still going strong

John Fenn GRD ’40 has always been fascinated by “big leaks and vacuum systems.” Fenn, who won a Nobel Prize for chemistry two weeks ago, returned to his New Haven roots on Friday to discuss his fascination at a Jonathan Edwards College Master’s Tea. The Nobel Prize Committee honored Fenn for his revolutionary work on […]


W. soccer faces must-win situation

When the women’s soccer team plays Harvard Saturday, the Bulldogs will be playing for more than another opportunity to defeat their greatest rival. The Bulldogs’ (6-3-1, 1-2 Ivy) double overtime loss to No. 22 Dartmouth last Sunday effectively ended their campaign for the Ivy League championship and seriously endangered their postseason hopes. After a 6-1-1 […]

Big Green outleaps w. soccer

The women’s soccer team outplayed, outran and out-hustled Dartmouth Sunday at Hanover, N.H. But Yale’s dominating play proved futile when Erin Osborn out-jumped the Bulldogs and headed in a corner kick in the 107th minute, lifting the Big Green (7-3-1, 2-1 Ivy) over the Bulldogs (6-3-1, 1-2 Ivy) in double overtime 2-1. “It’s very disappointing. […]

W. soccer heads to Hanover

When the women’s soccer team travels to Hanover, N.H. to take on Dartmouth Sunday, the Bulldogs’ postseason hopes will be on the line. “We can’t lose again,” head coach Rudy Meredith said. “We have got to keep our conference loss total at one.” Since dropping its conference opener to Princeton, the Bulldogs (6-2-1, 1-1 Ivy) […]

W. soccer snags fifth straight win

Someone should remind Laurel Karnes ’06 she is just a freshman. Karnes, who now leads the team in goals and points, found the back of the net twice as the Yale women’s soccer team (6-1-1, 1-1 Ivy) routed Central Connecticut (7-4-0) Wednesday 5-2 at the Yale Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium. The victory was Yale’s fifth in a […]