BASEBALL | Split series with Sacred Heart

The baseball team split a doubleheader with Sacred Heart Tuesday, winning the first game 7–3 before falling to the Pioneers (10-14) 5–4 in the nightcap. Outfielder Andrew Moore ’11 had one of the best games of his season so far, going a combined 4–for–6 with three RBIs and a home run in the two games. […]

BASEBALL | Yale stumbles on the road

For the baseball team on Sunday night, it was a long bus ride back to New Haven from Philadelphia. The Bulldogs (11–10–1, 0–4 Ivy) were winless over the weekend, losing two close games at Columbia on Saturday 5–3 and 5–4 before falling to Penn 5–2 and 12–4 on Sunday. Yale was limited to a .212 […]

BASEBALL | Surging Bulldogs begin Ivy League play

In non-conference play, the baseball team has proven to be a formidable foe. This weekend it will get to see how it stacks up against fellow Ivy League teams. The Bulldogs (11–6–1) begin Ivy League play this weekend with doubleheaders at Columbia (7–11) and at Penn (9–9) on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. “We know these […]

M. HOCKEY | Backman signs with NHL’s Stars

An off-the-ice accident may have prematurely ended his Yale career, but Sean Backman ’10 will still get a chance to play at the next level. The Bulldog right winger signed a one-year free agent contract with the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars, and he will compete for a spot on the Stars or one of […]

M. HOCKEY | Seven isn’t enough

WORCESTER, MASS. — If you had told Yale fans that the men’s hockey team would defeat second-seeded North Dakota and score seven goals against first-seeded Boston College this past weekend, many Yalies would have already booked their trips to Detroit for the Frozen Four. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”7294″ ] [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”7295″ ] Coming in to the weekend […]

M. HOCKEY | Yale loses out on Frozen Four spot

The men’s hockey team lost 9–7 against Boston College Sunday night, ending any hopes of Yale winning the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinals.. Click here to read about yesterday’s 3–2 win against the University of North Dakota. M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. Boston College, LIVE from Worcester, Mass.

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M. HOCKEY | Yale beats UND 3–2

WORCESTER, MASS. — Entering Saturday evening’s game, the men’s hockey team was all but lost. After all, how could a team that had lost one of its best players to injury hope to challenge No. 5 North Dakota, the hottest team in the country? Despite not having played for two weeks, the three-seeded Bulldogs were […]

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LIVE BLOG | Yale vs. North Dakota, 5 p.m.

M. HOCKEY | R.J. Rico live-blogged the men’s hockey game against North Dakota from the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. Click here to read the preview of Saturday’s game. M. HOCKEY | Yale vs. North Dakota, LIVE from Worcester, Mass.

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BASEBALL | Bulldogs hope to stay hot vs. NYIT

The baseball team is having one of its best starts in recent history and hopes to continue its hot streak Saturday in its first home games of the season. The Bulldogs (9–5–1) take on New York Institute of Technology in a doubleheader at home before switching over to the Bears’ home field on Sunday afternoon […]

M. HOCKEY | David vs. Goliath

It couldn’t be more of a David vs. Goliath situation for the men’s hockey team when it takes the ice on Saturday evening in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Worcester, Mass. Second-seeded North Dakota is bigger: Its top three goal scorers are 6 foot 2, 5 foot 11 and 5 foot 11. […]

BASEBALL | UConn shuts down Elis

Over the preceding three games, the baseball team had averaged 13 hits a game. But on Wednesday the Bulldogs were only able to get three. Yale (9–5–1) struggled against UConn pitcher Bob Van Woert, who threw seven innings of one-run ball en route to giving the Huskies a 7–1 victory over the Elis. Most of […]