April 18, 2015
Bulldogs Compete at First Home Meet of Outdoor Season
Yale women’s track and field concluded a weekend packed with three separate meets this Saturday. The team hosted the Yale Mark Young Invitational at home, welcoming competitors from Brown and Boston College, among others.

April 18, 2015
Scott With a Career High Four Goals in 12-11 Loss to No. 8 UAlbany
ALBANY, N.Y. – Down for the first time all night, the high-powered No. 8 University at Albany offense reeled off three-goals in a 3:10 span to defeat the No. 7 Yale University men’s lacrosse team 12-11.

April 18, 2015
Harvard Takes First Two with Bulldogs
Harrison White had four hits and Tyler Duncan pitched four scoreless relief innings on Saturday afternoon, but the Yale baseball team could not keep up with the hitting of Harvard, losing both games of the first doubleheader with the Crimson, 10-5 and 7-0.

April 18, 2015
Skinner Belts First Career Home Run But Bulldogs Drop Doubleheader At Harvard
Camille Weisenbach had five hits, including two doubles and a triple, and freshman Allison Skinner hit her first career home run, but the Yale softball team dropped an Ivy League doubleheader at Harvard. The Crimson scored nine runs in the first inning of the opener en route to a 10-1 victory. The Bulldogs responded well in the second game, building a 4-2 lead, but Harvard rallied to escape with a 6-5 win on a gorgeous afternoon at Soldiers Field.

April 18, 2015
Bulldogs Shine at Virginia Challenge
After junior Brendan Sullivan’s remarkable performance on Friday, five runners from the Yale men’s track and field team returned to the University of Virginia to continue Sullivan’s work. All five athletes who competed on Saturday ran the 1,500-meter run.

April 18, 2015
Offense Edges D in Blue-White
The scoring system implemented to make this a balanced contest between the two sides of the ball made it a very interesting contest for a spring game. Give the defense a lot of credit for hanging with parts of a unit that led the nation in total offense last fall. The offense came out on top 48-46 in the 2015 Yale Blue-White Game at Yale Bowl on a sun splashed afternoon with a nice-sized crowd on hand.

April 18, 2015
Second-Half Surge Lifts No. 11 Penn Past Yale, 13-7
The top two defenses in the Ivy League met Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, and in the end No. 11 Penn was able to break open a game that was 5-3 at halftime to beat Yale 13-7. That was the most goals Yale had allowed since allowing 15 to Cornell Mar. 7, a span of eight games. Senior midfielder Cathryn Avallone had a hat trick to lead the Bulldog attack.

April 18, 2015
Varsity Four Remains Undefeated; Princeton Retains Eisenberg Cup
The Yale women’s crew varsity four remained undefeated on the spring season, but Princeton retained the Eisenberg Cup, edging the Bulldogs by less than two seconds in the varsity eight race on Saturday morning on the Housatonic River. It was Yale’s first home race of the season and perhaps the best conditions the Bulldogs have raced in all season.

April 17, 2015
Sullivan Sets Major Personal Best in Virginia
Junior Brendan Sullivan was the only member of the Yale men’s track and field team to compete at the Virginia Challenge on Friday. He placed third in the pole vault and broke his old personal best with his mark of 5.10m (16’ 8.75”).

April 17, 2015
Success Comes to Middle, Long Distance Runners at Larry Ellis Invite
This weekend is packed with competition for Yale women’s track and field. Overall, members of the team are competing in three separate meets. Two of these meets, the Larry Ellis Invitational and Virginia Challenge, took place today.

April 17, 2015
Yale Masters Harvard 4-3 in Instant Classic
The Yale women's tennis team and its Harvard counterpart produced a classic installment in their storied rivalry on Friday, as the Bulldogs overcame the Crimson 4-3 on the latter's home turf. In a back-and-forth battle between these two talented squads, Yale bounced back from an early deficit to earn yet another signature victory. Freshman Carol Finke provided the heroics by clinching the match in a third-set tiebreaker at No. 6 singles.

April 17, 2015
Garry, McDonnell Compete at Virginia Challenge
Yale athletes competed in two separate states this past Friday. For their part, senior captain Kira Garry and junior Shannon McDonnell faced the steep competition at the Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville, Va.

April 17, 2015
Two Yale Athletes Compete at Princeton
Two runners from the Yale men’s track and field team raced at Princeton’s Larry Ellis Invite on Friday. Senior Jacob Sandry ran the 800-meter run, while junior Alex Conner competed in the 5,000-meter run.

April 17, 2015
Yale Drops Close Match to Rival No. 34 Harvard
Knowing that rival Harvard (17-6, 3-1) would likely come into Friday’s clash with some complacency after sweeping the two teams’ first meeting this past February, the Bulldogs looked to catch the Crimson off guard with their drastic improvement in recent months. Despite the day ending in a 5-2 loss for the Elis, they succeeded in surprising their rival and nearly pulled off the massive upset; in a match that featured three three-set matches, Yale came up just a few games short of topping Ivy League title contender Harvard.

April 17, 2015
Student-Athletes Honored at Annual Banquet
The Yale women’s swimming and diving team, in conjunction with the men’s swimming and diving team, held the annual banquet to honor the Bulldogs and recognize their achievements during the 2014-2015 season. Seniors Elizabeth Larsen and Jacqui Levere, junior Eva Fabian, sophomores Michelle Chintanaphol, Sydney Hirschi and Kina Zhou, and freshmen Pauline Kaminski and Maddy Zimmerman received individual awards named after notable alumni of Yale swimming and diving.