Matthew Mister
Staff Reporter
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MEN’S LACROSSE: In-state rival challenges perfect start

After receiving a scare on Tuesday night from St. John’s, the Yale men’s lacrosse team recovered and picked up its fourth consecutive win to open the season. Standing in the way of the Bulldogs’ second 5-–0 start is in-state foe Fairfield, which has taken Yale to overtime each of the past two seasons and will test the Elis again on Saturday.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Yale continues unblemished start

The No. 6 Yale men’s lacrosse team traveled to Bryant on Saturday, looking to extend its perfect start to the season. And the Elis did so in convincing fashion, winning 14–4 to begin a three-game stretch lasting eight days.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Elis put 2–0 start to test

The No. 6 Yale men’s lacrosse team is off to a hot start after defeating UMass Lowell 17–7 and knocking off then-No. 4 Maryland 8–5. The Elis will look to keep the momentum going as they travel to Bryant this Saturday.

MEN’S LACROSSE: No. 7 Elis upend No. 4 Maryland

In front of over 3,000 spectators at Reese Stadium, the No. 7 Yale men’s lacrosse team knocked off No. 4 Maryland 8–5 in its home opener on Saturday afternoon, less than a year removed from the Terrapins’ 8–7 NCAA Tournament victory over the Elis.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Rematch of top opponents

After beginning the season with a 17–7 win over UMass Lowell, the No. 7 Yale men’s lacrosse team moves on this weekend to face one of its biggest challenges of the year. No. 5 Maryland, the team that knocked Yale out of last season’s NCAA Tournament, visits Reese Stadium on Saturday in an early season top-10 matchup.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Energetic Elis shine in season opener

The No. 9 Yale men’s lacrosse team, with national championship aspirations, took a good first step on Saturday in its season opener. The Bulldogs proved why they have such high hopes in a 17–7 rout against UMass Lowell.

MEN’S LACROSSE: National aspirations for Yale

Last May, the Yale men’s lacrosse team captured its third Ivy League Tournament title in four years in a thrilling 11–10 victory over Princeton. Less than a week later, Yale fell in devastating fashion to the sixth-seeded Maryland in the first round of the NCAA tournament despite holding a three-goal lead with seven minutes to play.