September 24, 2016
Cornell Takes Ivy Opener
The Yale defense did its job in the second half, holding an impressive Cornell offense to three points. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, the Big Red went into halftime with a 24-3 lead and then held on for a 27-13 victory before 15,493 at Schoellkopf Field.

September 23, 2016
Bulldogs Shine in First Two Days of Tournament Play
Members of the Yale men's tennis team had a hectic schedule over the past two days, playing an incredible number of matches spread out over two separate tournaments in two different places. While four players traveled to Princeton to compete in the annual Ivy Plus tournament, nine others stayed in New Haven to play in the Yale-hosted Connecticut State Championships. As everyone on the squad found at least some success, here are player-by-player highlights from the last two days of action.

September 24, 2016
Ivy Opening Draw For Bulldogs
There was no panic in the Yale women’s soccer team after falling behind Princeton in Saturday’s Ivy League opener at Reese Stadium. In fact, it was a position the Bulldogs had been in far too much for head coach Rudy Meredith’s liking during non-conference play.

September 24, 2016
Bulldogs Fall At New Hampshire
There may not be a more under-the-radar team in all of the nation than New Hampshire. Yale will certainly vouch for the Wildcats. UNH scored three second-half goals en route to a 3-0 victory over the Bulldogs on a chilly, early fall evening at Bremner Field.

September 24, 2016
Yale Sweeps Harvard on Second Day of Harvard Fall Classic
The Yale women’s tennis team dominated against rival Harvard on the second day of the Harvard Fall Classic. Despite the Crimson’s advantage of playing on its home courts, the Bulldogs swept all four doubles matches and won five of the seven singles matches.

September 23, 2016
Yale Continues Fast Start, Sweeps Brown
The Bulldogs limited mistakes, served strong and had a solid night at the net in an all-around effort that led to a 3-0 win over the Bears.

September 23, 2016
Harvard Takes Ivy Opener 2-0 Despite 10 Saves from Katz
A quick goal by Harvard changed the tone of Friday night’s Ivy League field hockey opener vs. Yale early on, and after the Crimson padded that lead with another goal later in the first half Harvard just needed to stay sound defensively to hang on for a 2-0 win. A 14-0 advantage on penalty corners -- including 10-0 in the second half -- helped seal the win for Harvard. Senior goalkeeper Emilie Katz made 10 saves for the Bulldogs.

September 23, 2016
No. 1 Bulldogs Vie for Spot at Singlehanded Nationals
This weekend, the Yale coed sailing team is sending three skippers to the Men’s New England Singlehanded Championship, the qualifier for the ICSA Singlehanded National Championship. The Bulldogs will also be competing in two double-handed regattas: the Hood Trophy at Tufts and the Chris Loder Trophy at MIT.

September 24, 2016
Peng Ends Day One in Fourth
As the first day of the two-day Nittany Lion Invitational comes to an end for the Yale women's golf team, junior Jennifer Peng is off to a phenomenal start. Today's event, played on Penn State's Blue Course (6,306 yds and par 72), consisted of two rounds. Players whose scores contribute to the overall team score include Jennifer Peng, Elisabeth Bernabe, Sandy Wongwaiwate, Jayshree Sarathy, and Julie Luo. Individuals competing for the Bulldogs included Felicia Chang, Sara Garmezy, and Sabrina Long.

September 23, 2016
Yale Off to Strong Start at Harvard Fall Classic
The Yale women’s tennis team started the 2016-17 season with strong results against Boston College on the first day of the Harvard Fall Classic. The Bulldogs finished the day with four singles victories and one doubles win.

September 22, 2016
Ivy Opener This Friday at Brown
Fresh off another winning weekend, the Bulldogs begin their conference schedule with a 7 p.m. match at Brown on Friday.

September 22, 2016
Yale Prepares for Busy Weekend at Ivy Plus and Connecticut Championship Tournaments
After an impressive first weekend in which the players compiled a 38-9 overall record at the Penn Invitational, the Yale men’s tennis team will have another packed schedule this weekend, splitting up to compete in two separate tournaments in different locations over the course of three days. Four members of the team will stay in New Haven to compete in the annual Connecticut State Championships, while six players will travel to Princeton, N.J., to take part in the Ivy Plus Invitational. With the action unfolding at both the Yale tennis courts and Princeton's Lenz Tennis Center, this weekend promises to provide a glimpse of what to expect for the rest of the season; a number of players will receive critical playing time against familiar rivals from the Northeast region. So although the competition this weekend will not be team vs. team, individual results over the next few days should go a long way in determining how the Bulldogs stack up against their regional rivals.

September 22, 2016
Princeton Visits For Ivy Opener
There could be some fireworks when Yale begins Ivy League play on Saturday against Princeton. The Bulldogs and Tigers enter as the Ivy’s highest scoring teams with 17 goals apiece. Kickoff at Reese Stadium is slated for 4 p.m. and video of the game is available from both the Ivy League Digital Network and ESPN3.

September 22, 2016
Baseball Announces Class of 2020
The Yale Baseball team, coming off a Red Rolfe Division Championship appearance, announces its class of 2020. These seven newcomers include student-athletes from as far away as Vancouver, British Columbia and as close as New Haven County.

September 22, 2016
Craig Driver Joins Stuper's Staff
Craig Driver joins the Yale baseball team just in time for the 2016-17 season. His main duty will be coaching catchers, he will also assist with coaching the hitting corps and the recruiting efforts of the program.

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