Nicole Wells
Staff Reporter
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WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Bulldogs sweep weekend

The Yale women’s hockey team returns to New Haven after winning both games on the road this weekend, behind a blowout victory and an overtime […]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis win one, drop three

Faced with three chances to pull off significant upset victories, the Yale women’s hockey team could only emerge victorious in the one game the Bulldogs […]

FOOTBALL: Roberts leads through adversity

He was given 30 games as a Bulldog. Now that the ninth contest of the season has passed for the Elis, quarterback Morgan Roberts ’16 […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Freshmen deliver on expectations

Despite a fall to the bottom of the Ivy League standings, the Yale women’s soccer team’s 2015 season did not end without a bright spot — over the past few months, the Bulldogs discovered the fountain of youth as the freshman class led the Elis in nearly every statistical category.

WOMEN’S TENNIS: Elis close fall against national powerhouses

The Yale women’s tennis team closed its fall season in Evanston, Illinois this past weekend, travelling the farthest the team has gone all season to […]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Late goals lead to mixed results

Late-game comebacks highlighted the Yale women’s hockey team’s games this past weekend at Ingalls Rink.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Curtain closes against Brown

The Yale women’s soccer team will walk onto the Reese Stadium turf one last time this year in its Saturday matchup against Brown.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Elis outshoot, but fall 7–1

The Yale women’s hockey team skated off the ice a year ago after a 4–4 tie against Boston University, satisfied with its performance against a top national team, but looking for an opportunity to prove itself with a more definitive win.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Final road game awaits at Columbia

The Yale women’s soccer team has emerged victorious many times against Columbia — the two teams have battled in 30 total contests, with the Bulldogs winning 19 of them.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Elis look to crack top defense

With the Ivy League season almost at its midpoint, the Yale women’s soccer team hopes to pull out its second-consecutive win against fellow Ancient Eight member, Cornell.

Rivalry matchup awaits

Not a single player on the Yale women’s soccer team has played for the Elis during a win over rival Harvard. The Bulldogs’ winless streak against the Crimson has lasted since 2007, but on Saturday, the team’s seven seniors will get a final chance to take down their rival with a conference win.