Bulldogs advance in WBI playoffs

By Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 9:48 p.m.

Marking its first-ever appearance in the Women’s Basketball Invitational, the Yale women’s basketball team avenged a disappointing performance in the Ivy League Tournament with a solid, first-round victory over Northeastern in the WBI. The game versus the Huskies also marked the Bulldogs’ first postseason action since the Women’s National Invitation Tournament in 2011. On Thursday, … Read more


Bulldogs advance in WBI playoffs

By Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 9:48 p.m.

Marking its first-ever appearance in the Women’s Basketball Invitational, the Yale women’s basketball team avenged a disappointing performance in the Ivy League Tournament with a solid, first-round victory over Northeastern in the WBI. The game versus the Huskies also marked the Bulldogs’ first postseason action since the Women’s National Invitation Tournament in 2011. On Thursday, … Read more


Men's Hockey

Walsh ’19 voted next Yale captain

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 10:59 a.m.

Coming off of an eighth-place finish in the ECAC, the Yale men’s hockey team — which gave up 2.66 goals per game last year — has selected a blueliner to captain the team next year. Yale announced on Wednesday that defender Anthony Walsh ’19 was elected by teammates to lead the 2018–19 Bulldogs. Walsh played … Read more


Men's Hockey

Walsh ’19 voted next Yale captain

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 10:59 a.m.

Coming off of an eighth-place finish in the ECAC, the Yale men’s hockey team — which gave up 2.66 goals per game last year — has selected a blueliner to captain the team next year. Yale announced on Wednesday that defender Anthony Walsh ’19 was elected by teammates to lead the 2018–19 Bulldogs. Walsh played … Read more


Men's Basketball

Quakers Earn Ivy League’s Bid to NCAAs

After two blowouts in the semifinal round of the 2018 Ivy Tournament, the Ancient Eight finally received a game worthy of championship implications in the league’s final game of the season. In a meeting of regular season co-champions, Penn defeated Harvard in a 68–65 clash of the clear top-two teams in the conference. The Quakers … Read more


Men's Basketball

Quakers Earn Ivy League’s Bid to NCAAs

After two blowouts in the semifinal round of the 2018 Ivy Tournament, the Ancient Eight finally received a game worthy of championship implications in the league’s final game of the season. In a meeting of regular season co-champions, Penn defeated Harvard in a 68–65 clash of the clear top-two teams in the conference. The Quakers … Read more


Women's Basketball

Yale falls to No. 1 Princeton

By Cristofer Zillo and Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 9:25 p.m.

The Yale women’s basketball team arrived at the Palestra with confidence, dismissing the idea of being an underdog. However, Princeton played like the No. 1 seed for 40 minutes, stomping out every Bulldog run and erasing the Elis’ hopes of an NCAA Tournament appearance. The No. 4 Elis fell to the Tigers in the semifinal … Read more


Women's Basketball

Yale falls to No. 1 Princeton

By Cristofer Zillo and Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 9:25 p.m.

The Yale women’s basketball team arrived at the Palestra with confidence, dismissing the idea of being an underdog. However, Princeton played like the No. 1 seed for 40 minutes, stomping out every Bulldog run and erasing the Elis’ hopes of an NCAA Tournament appearance. The No. 4 Elis fell to the Tigers in the semifinal … Read more


Women's Basketball

Yale trails 39–23 after two quarters

By Jimmy Chen and Cristofer Zillo | Posted on, 7:18 p.m.

The Bulldogs head into halftime trailing the Tigers, 39–23. Yale’s lack of execution on offense and superior post play by Princeton have been the story heading into the locker room. The most glaring stat of the first half for Yale has been the rebounding disparity between the two teams. The Tigers hold a 27–10 lead … Read more


Women's Basketball

Yale trails 39–23 after two quarters

By Jimmy Chen and Cristofer Zillo | Posted on, 7:18 p.m.

The Bulldogs head into halftime trailing the Tigers, 39–23. Yale’s lack of execution on offense and superior post play by Princeton have been the story heading into the locker room. The most glaring stat of the first half for Yale has been the rebounding disparity between the two teams. The Tigers hold a 27–10 lead … Read more


Men's Basketball

Elis fall to Penn in Ivy Tournament

The Yale men’s basketball team arrived in Philadelphia this weekend with seven wins in its past eight games and the hope of advancing to the program’s second NCAA tournament in three seasons. But with every passing minute of the Bulldogs’ Ivy Tournament semifinal matchup against Penn, the Elis’ unfortunate fate seemed to crystallize before their … Read more


Men's Basketball

Elis fall to Penn in Ivy Tournament

The Yale men’s basketball team arrived in Philadelphia this weekend with seven wins in its past eight games and the hope of advancing to the program’s second NCAA tournament in three seasons. But with every passing minute of the Bulldogs’ Ivy Tournament semifinal matchup against Penn, the Elis’ unfortunate fate seemed to crystallize before their … Read more


Men's Basketball

Yale heads into second half down 19

Penn heads into the locker room with a 44–25 advantage at the half in the Ivy League Tournament semifinal, as Yale floundered on both offense and defense. The Quakers’ best player, A.J. Brodeur, torched the Bulldogs for 17 points and eight rebounds in the first 20 minutes, while the Elis’ First-Team All-Ivy counterpart, guard Miye … Read more


Men's Basketball

Yale heads into second half down 19

Penn heads into the locker room with a 44–25 advantage at the half in the Ivy League Tournament semifinal, as Yale floundered on both offense and defense. The Quakers’ best player, A.J. Brodeur, torched the Bulldogs for 17 points and eight rebounds in the first 20 minutes, while the Elis’ First-Team All-Ivy counterpart, guard Miye … Read more


Men's Basketball

Harvard blows past Cornell

The Harvard men’s basketball team opened the second-annual Ivy tournament by handling business against Cornell. The No. 1 seed Crimson battled through a highly contested first half before running away with its semifinal matchup in a 74–55 final. Ivy League Player of the Year Seth Towns posted a double-double with 24 points and 12 rebounds, … Read more


Men's Basketball

Harvard blows past Cornell

The Harvard men’s basketball team opened the second-annual Ivy tournament by handling business against Cornell. The No. 1 seed Crimson battled through a highly contested first half before running away with its semifinal matchup in a 74–55 final. Ivy League Player of the Year Seth Towns posted a double-double with 24 points and 12 rebounds, … Read more


Keys to the Game: Yale faces Princeton in semifinal

By Cristofer Zillo and Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 1:08 p.m.

Saturday’s contest is the third meeting between the Bulldogs and the Tigers this season and the second in two weeks. The two team split the season series, with the Elis’ home victory in February marking their first win against Princeton since 2009. In order for the Bulldogs to earn another victory tonight and a berth … Read more


Keys to the Game: Yale faces Princeton in semifinal

By Cristofer Zillo and Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 1:08 p.m.

Saturday’s contest is the third meeting between the Bulldogs and the Tigers this season and the second in two weeks. The two team split the season series, with the Elis’ home victory in February marking their first win against Princeton since 2009. In order for the Bulldogs to earn another victory tonight and a berth … Read more


Keys to the Game: Yale vs. Penn Round 3

There are no more secrets between Yale’s and Penn’s men’s basketball teams. As the two sides prepare to meet for the third time this season, both teams know what to expect from their opponent. But the difference in the rubber match of this series will be on-the-court execution, not off-the-court preparation. In order for the … Read more


Keys to the Game: Yale vs. Penn Round 3

There are no more secrets between Yale’s and Penn’s men’s basketball teams. As the two sides prepare to meet for the third time this season, both teams know what to expect from their opponent. But the difference in the rubber match of this series will be on-the-court execution, not off-the-court preparation. In order for the … Read more


Women's Basketball

If the Bulldogs were NBA All-Stars…

By Cristofer Zillo and Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 12:48 p.m.

With the Yale women’s basketball team taking on Princeton in the Ivy Tournament in just a few hours, it’s time to break down the Bulldogs’ roster through the lens of the 2018 NBA All-Stars. Forward Jen Berkowitz ’18 — Karl-Anthony Towns Berkowitz flourishes on the offensive end as an interior post presence and is the … Read more


Women's Basketball

If the Bulldogs were NBA All-Stars…

By Cristofer Zillo and Jimmy Chen | Posted on, 12:48 p.m.

With the Yale women’s basketball team taking on Princeton in the Ivy Tournament in just a few hours, it’s time to break down the Bulldogs’ roster through the lens of the 2018 NBA All-Stars. Forward Jen Berkowitz ’18 — Karl-Anthony Towns Berkowitz flourishes on the offensive end as an interior post presence and is the … Read more


Softball suffers second winless weekend

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 11:51 p.m.

After opening the season with four losses, the Yale softball team had several opportunities this weekend to post its first win of the season. But the Bulldogs went 0–4 for the second straight weekend despite holding a lead in three of their games in Durham, North Carolina. Yale opened play against Kent State. The Elis … Read more


Softball suffers second winless weekend

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 11:51 p.m.

After opening the season with four losses, the Yale softball team had several opportunities this weekend to post its first win of the season. But the Bulldogs went 0–4 for the second straight weekend despite holding a lead in three of their games in Durham, North Carolina. Yale opened play against Kent State. The Elis … Read more


Quinnipiac ends Yale’s season with series sweep

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 10:03 p.m.

After a disappointing loss to Quinnipiac Friday night, the Yale men’s hockey team saw another defeat to its cross-town rivals on Saturday as well. Outshot and outplayed offensively, the Bulldogs fell 4–1 to the Bobcats. Led by sharp play in the goal from goaltender Corbin Kaczperski ’20, the Yale defense kept Quinnipiac off the scoreboard … Read more


Quinnipiac ends Yale’s season with series sweep

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 10:03 p.m.

After a disappointing loss to Quinnipiac Friday night, the Yale men’s hockey team saw another defeat to its cross-town rivals on Saturday as well. Outshot and outplayed offensively, the Bulldogs fell 4–1 to the Bobcats. Led by sharp play in the goal from goaltender Corbin Kaczperski ’20, the Yale defense kept Quinnipiac off the scoreboard … Read more


Yale defeats Princeton in OT

By Won Jung | Posted on, 9:42 p.m.

John J. Lee Amphitheater was certainly not lacking in drama this weekend. One night after defeating Penn on a last-second layup, Yale played its second overtime game of the season against Princeton, which was playing with its season on the line. The Bulldogs seemed in control for most of the game, but a late surge … Read more


Yale defeats Princeton in OT

By Won Jung | Posted on, 9:42 p.m.

John J. Lee Amphitheater was certainly not lacking in drama this weekend. One night after defeating Penn on a last-second layup, Yale played its second overtime game of the season against Princeton, which was playing with its season on the line. The Bulldogs seemed in control for most of the game, but a late surge … Read more


Bulldogs down Quakers on buzzer-beater

Down by one to the Ivy League’s number one team with just 3.4 seconds remaining in the game, head coach James Jones reached deep into his bag of tricks. Yale inbounded the ball across the court to guard Miye Oni ’20. The sophomore guard collected the pass and drove to the basket before dishing it … Read more


Bulldogs down Quakers on buzzer-beater

Down by one to the Ivy League’s number one team with just 3.4 seconds remaining in the game, head coach James Jones reached deep into his bag of tricks. Yale inbounded the ball across the court to guard Miye Oni ’20. The sophomore guard collected the pass and drove to the basket before dishing it … Read more


Elis fall to Quinnipiac 5–1 in Game 1

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 10:27 p.m.

Quinnipiac scored four unanswered goals in Friday night’s contest against the Yale men’s hockey team to gain a 1–0 advantage in its best-of-three series against the Bulldogs in the opening round of the ECAC tournament. After trading shots in the early minutes of the game, Yale jumped out to a 1–0 lead at 13:32 in … Read more


Elis fall to Quinnipiac 5–1 in Game 1

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 10:27 p.m.

Quinnipiac scored four unanswered goals in Friday night’s contest against the Yale men’s hockey team to gain a 1–0 advantage in its best-of-three series against the Bulldogs in the opening round of the ECAC tournament. After trading shots in the early minutes of the game, Yale jumped out to a 1–0 lead at 13:32 in … Read more


Softball struggles in opening weekend

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 11:34 a.m.

Early-season trips down south have not ended well in recent years for the Yale softball team. Usually playing talented teams in their season openers, the Bulldogs have not won their first game of the season since 2012. That streak continued this past weekend as Yale dropped its first four games of the year at the … Read more


Softball struggles in opening weekend

By Matthew Mister | Posted on, 11:34 a.m.

Early-season trips down south have not ended well in recent years for the Yale softball team. Usually playing talented teams in their season openers, the Bulldogs have not won their first game of the season since 2012. That streak continued this past weekend as Yale dropped its first four games of the year at the … Read more


Strong second half edges Yale past Cornell

Forward Blake Reynolds ’19 set a new career high with 20 points, and guard Trey Phills ’19 scored all 17 of his points in the second half — but it was forward Noah Yates ’18 who hit the biggest shot of the night for the Yale men’s basketball team in a momentous 82–80 victory over … Read more


Strong second half edges Yale past Cornell

Forward Blake Reynolds ’19 set a new career high with 20 points, and guard Trey Phills ’19 scored all 17 of his points in the second half — but it was forward Noah Yates ’18 who hit the biggest shot of the night for the Yale men’s basketball team in a momentous 82–80 victory over … Read more


Staenz ’17 Scores in Pyeongchang

By Angela Xiao | Posted on, 10:37 p.m.

Yale men’s hockey coach Keith Allain ’80 is not the only Bulldog in Pyeongchang making waves — Phoebe Staenz ’17 netted a game-winning goal for the Swiss Olympic team in their 2–1 victory on Wednesday against Team Sweden. The tally brings her total goals at the 2018 Olympics to three, after she scored twice in … Read more


Staenz ’17 Scores in Pyeongchang

By Angela Xiao | Posted on, 10:37 p.m.

Yale men’s hockey coach Keith Allain ’80 is not the only Bulldog in Pyeongchang making waves — Phoebe Staenz ’17 netted a game-winning goal for the Swiss Olympic team in their 2–1 victory on Wednesday against Team Sweden. The tally brings her total goals at the 2018 Olympics to three, after she scored twice in … Read more


Yale crushes Princeton 7–2

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 11:05 p.m.

After a monumental one-goal win over Quinnipiac on Friday, the Bulldog offense was unstoppable against two separate Princeton goaltenders in Saturday night’s conference matchup at Ingalls Rink. Yale jumped out to an early 3–0 lead within six minutes of the puck dropping in Saturday night’s contest against Princeton. Forward Evan Smith ’20 lit the lamp … Read more


Yale crushes Princeton 7–2

By Jane Miller | Posted on, 11:05 p.m.

After a monumental one-goal win over Quinnipiac on Friday, the Bulldog offense was unstoppable against two separate Princeton goaltenders in Saturday night’s conference matchup at Ingalls Rink. Yale jumped out to an early 3–0 lead within six minutes of the puck dropping in Saturday night’s contest against Princeton. Forward Evan Smith ’20 lit the lamp … Read more