Margaret Hedeman
Staff Reporter
Margaret Hedeman currently serves as a Sports Editor for the Yale Daily News. She previously covered men’s lacrosse, men’s hockey and volleyball as a staff reporter. Originally from the Boston Area, she is a junior in Branford College majoring in history, the world economy.
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Men’s Lacrosse begins national championship chase

After falling just shy of becoming back-to-back national championships last spring, the Yale men’s lacrosse team enters this season with a chip on its shoulder. […]

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MEN’S HOCKEY: Season-ending injury opens spot for club player

Netminder Connor Hopkins ’23 arrived in New Haven last fall intending to play his first collegiate hockey season with the Yale Bulldogs. Yet, in October, […]

Yale defeats Princeton 5–3, falls to Quinnipiac

While the Yale men’s hockey team dropped a heartbreaker against No. 16 Quinnipiac to begin the weekend, the team impressively rebounded the next day to […]
MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs to face Quinnipiac, Princeton

The Yale men’s hockey team has a daunting home weekend ahead of it with games against No. 16 Quinnipiac and Princeton on the horizon. Goalie […]
MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale winless in North Country

Despite a valiant attempt to hold off No. 6 Clarkson on Friday night, yet the Yale men’s hockey team fell 3–1 to the Golden Knights […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs embark on away stint

The Yale men’s hockey team is entering the final third of its season, traveling to the North Country this weekend to take on No. 7 […]

MEN’S LACROSSE: Five Elis named preseason All-Americans

Following the 2019 campaign — in which the Bulldogs fell 13–9 to the Virginia Cavaliers in the NCAA Championship final — Inside Lacrosse named five […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs finish third in inaugural CT Ice Tournament

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Though Yale failed to make it to the inaugural CT Ice Tournament final after losing 4–2 against No. 20 Sacred Heart on […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale to play in CT Ice Festival debut

Following a weekend sweep of Union and Rensselaer, the Yale men’s hockey team will compete in the first ever Connecticut Ice Festival Tournament this weekend […]

Art History Department to scrap survey course

Yale will stop teaching a storied introductory survey course in art history, citing the impossibility of adequately covering the entire field — and its varied […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs sweep the weekend, earn ECAC honors

What could have been a season defining 7–0 loss to No. 16 Harvard at Madison Square Garden ended up motivating the Bulldogs to a weekend […]