Awards abound for Yale hockey

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. This week, members of the Yale hockey program have been walking off the ice with more than just victories. Two members of the men’s team, defenseman Bill LeClerc ’07 and goalie Alec Richards ’09, and women’s team forward Crysti Howser ’09 earned ECACHL […]

W. fencers sweep in Mass.

An event so long it needed a lunch break was just one of several factors limiting a Yale men’s fencing squad. But not even eight hours on the mats could slow a dominant women’s team. In the Brandeis Invitational on Sunday, held in Waltham, Mass., the men walked away with a 2-3 performance, and the […]

Tree lights up the Green

The New Haven Green filled with glimmering lights, bright colors and around 500 residents eager to start the holiday season with the Tree Lighting Ceremony Wednesday night. The ceremony’s central attraction was a 50-foot Norway spruce, donated by the Beas family of Shelton. Representatives of the Office of Cultural Affairs and the Department of Parks, […]


W. fencers excel, men fall at home

After their first home match of the season Tuesday, the fencing team left Payne Whitney Gymnasium split between satisfaction and disappointment. The women topped New York University by a convincing 18-9 margin, but the men fell, 10-17, to the Violets. Both the men and women were only able to dominate one weapon — epee for […]

Feiereisen ’06 makes impact his last year

After Todd Feiereisen ’06 spent most of his first three years on the sideline, the football coaching staff made one small change: his position. As a result, Feiereisen, formerly a backup quarterback, has been making tremendous strides this season as a wide receiver. “He is obviously a great athlete so we believed that he would […]

F. hockey ends ’05 with loss to Bears

Although no senior wants to end the season with a loss, veteran members of the field hockey team were forced to do just that. “Of course it would have been awesome for the seniors to win their last game, but the overall experience was more important,” midfielder Ali Rotondo ’09 said. Ending the season with […]

F. hockey loses close one to Lions

As the field hockey team has learned, win-loss records can be deceiving measures of a squad’s strength. The Bulldogs have a 1-5 record in the Ivy League, but have lost four of those games by a single goal. This unfortunate pattern was extended one more game against Columbia this weekend. The Bulldogs (6-9, 1-5 Ivy) […]

Last-minute goal dooms field hockey

Coming off a three-game winning streak, including last weekend’s exciting victory over Harvard, the field hockey team went to Penn hoping to extend their streak by one more game. And up until the final minutes, the Bulldogs had high hopes for a win. With 2:06 left on the clock, Penn’s Kristen Gray connected on a […]

F. hockey ekes out win over Harvard

For a field hockey team that had gone without a win in the Ivy League until Saturday, any conference win would have been reason to celebrate. The fact that the first Ancient Eight team to fall to the Elis was archrival Harvard made the win all the sweeter. Saturday, the Bulldogs (5-8, 1-3 Ivy) won […]

M. golf places ninth at MacDonald

Despite a disappointing ninth place finish in the MacDonald Cup, the men’s golf team did have one thing to smile about — they beat Harvard. “I could’ve shot lower,” Corey Lomas ’07 said. “But we beat Harvard, which was key.” The Bulldogs came up short against teams they expected to handle on the Yale Golf […]

Field hockey plays No. 20 BU close, but fails to find the net

While it is clear that the field hockey team can hold the best teams in the country to low numbers on the scoreboard, not putting up goals of their own threatens to keep the Elis’ numbers low in the win column. After a 3-2 overtime win over the University of Rhode Island (5-5) on Saturday, […]