Matthew Mister
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FOOTBALL: Yale falls to 0–3 after home blowout

The Elis remain winless in their first three games after Saturday's 63–35 drubbing at the hands of Lehigh.

FOOTBALL: Keys to the game vs. Lehigh

After starting 0–2 for the first time in nearly 20 years, the Yale football team plays Lehigh tomorrow in an effort to get the season […]

FOOTBALL: Moore ’19 to start Week 3 for Yale

The start of the Yale football team’s 2016 campaign has been unlike any in recent memory. In their first two games, the Elis have featured […]

FOOTBALL: Yale drops second straight in Ivy opener

While last week marked the first time in 10 years in which the Yale football team did not open its season with a win, this week’s loss to Cornell in the Ivy season opener signified the first time in 19 years that Yale has started 0–2.

FOOTBALL: Yale falls to Cornell, 27–13, in Ivy opener

The loss to Cornell, which was picked to finish last in this year's Ivy League preseason poll, creates an issue for Yale's title chances just one game into the Ancient Eight season.

VOLLEYBALL: Ivy play opens at Brown

Between 2010 and 2014 the Yale volleyball team lost just seven Ivy League matches combined as it captured five straight conference titles. However, a 9–5 […]

VOLLEYBALL: Yale goes 2–1 in final nonconference weekend

For a team that plays all its other regular season games in the northeast, this past weekend’s trip to Texas for the Rice Invitational was a journey into unknown territory for most of the Yale volleyball team. But Houston native and outside hitter Megan Rasmussen ’18 thrived on her hometown court, finishing the three-match tournament with 27 kills and 20 digs.

FOOTBALL: Colgate dominates Yale, 55–13, in Eli season opener

The game tied for the largest Eli loss at home in the 102-year history of the Yale Bowl.

VOLLEYBALL: Yale heads to Texas for final tune-up

The Yale volleyball team has not opened up a season 6–1 since a remarkable 2009 campaign in which the Elis won 12 of their first 13 games. In order to reach 6–1 this season, Yale will have to do so down south in the Lone Star State.

FOOTBALL: New-look secondary hopes to prove itself

Dealing with both injuries and positional changes in 2015, the Yale pass defense had one of the worst statistical performances in the Football Championship Subdivision. A year later, a new set of unforeseen obstacles continues to add question marks to the Yale defensive back corps.

VOLLEYBALL: Swanson already a veteran as sophomore

Disney character, marvelous, conscientious, one in a million. These are the words that players and coaches use to describe Yale volleyball’s libero Kate Swanson ’19.

Courtesy of Yale Athletics