Nicole Wells
Staff Reporter
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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Elis kick off Ivy competition

Conference play is finally here, as the Bulldogs will clash against the Princeton Tigers for their first in-league game this Saturday.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: A dynamic duo develops on the soccer pitch

Just one month after they first reported to campus for preseason training on Aug. 16, forward Michelle Alozie ’19 and midfielder Sofia Griff ’19 are already making a major impact on the Yale women’s soccer team.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs travel for major conference foes

This weekend marks the first away trip for the Yale women’s soccer team as it travels out of state to play Villanova and Maryland.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Elis split pair at home

After a disappointing loss to Hofstra on Friday, the Yale women’s soccer team regrouped to pull out a win against the University of Massachusetts two days later.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Elis seek first Ivy title in 10 years

In 1992 and 2005, the Yale women’s soccer team brought home rings for winning the Ivy League championship. The 2015 season has already begun, marking the 10th anniversary since the program last stood at number one in the Ancient Eight.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs fall in season opener

The Yale women’s soccer team launched its fall season with a loss against Arkansas, a dominant Southeastern Conference team.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Phillips stepping down as head coach

After spending seven years at Yale, women's lacrosse head coach Anne Phillips will be stepping down at the end of June when her contract expires.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Yale sets sights on Crimson, Ivy tourney

As the Yale women’s lacrosse team enters its last game of the season, Harvard is the last team standing between the Bulldogs and a possible spot in the 2015 Ivy League Tournament.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Bulldogs set sights on Quakers

The Yale women’s lacrosse team will travel to Philadelphia on Saturday to play against the Quakers in one of their last remaining games of this season.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Daniggelis’ steady return to the top

Two injuries and two surgeries later, Nicole Daniggelis ’16 sees progress in her game on the lacrosse field.

Numbers key in climate change messaging

In persuading people of the scientific consensus on human-caused climate change, a new study shows that two factors are especially important for increasing awareness — providing numbers and soliciting estimates.