February 8, 2016
Sears Earns Another Weekly Honor From Ivy League
Justin Sears did a little bit of everything as the Bulldogs swept Columbia and Cornell to remain undefeated in Ivy League play. On Monday, his all-around excellent play was rewarded as he was named the Ivy League Player of the Week.

February 8, 2016
Trips To Florida, California Highlight 2016 Schedule
The Yale softball team kicked off official practice for the 2016 season last week, and an ambitious schedule may have helped put a little extra bounce in the Bulldogs steps. Trips to Florida and California have the players eager to get the season under way.

February 8, 2016
Q & A With Yale Captain
The team is working diligently in the weight room, the cafeteria and in video rooms around the football complex to prepare for spring practice and the 2016 season. We thought it might be a good time to check in with the new Yale football captain, Darius Manora ’17, a linebacker from Alexandria, Va.

February 7, 2016
No. 4 Yale Makes Statement In 6-3 Win Over No. 2 Penn
The Bulldogs passed their toughest test of the Ivy League season so far with a victory over No. 2 Penn on Sunday. The win keeps Yale's perfect conference record intact heading into the final weekend of the regular season.

February 7, 2016
Yale Wins Fourth Straight With Decisive Performance Against Army
After a two week postponement, the Yale men's tennis team traveled to West Point on Sunday to face Army in a match that had originally been scheduled for Jan. 23. Marking the 75th clash between the two sides, Sunday's affair featured great tennis and fierce competition; and though both teams left everything on the court, the Bulldogs ultimately walked away with a decisive victory. In one of their most comprehensive performances to date, the Elis sent a clear message to the rest of the Northeast region by winning five of six singles matches and posting their fourth consecutive victory.

February 7, 2016
Freshmen Step Up at Ivies
At the Ivy League Round-Robins, the Yale men’s fencing team finished fifth, a marked improvement from the previous two years. Facing four of the top 10 teams in the nation, the Bulldogs rose to the challenge with the freshmen leading the way. Although Yale fell 19-8 to No. 3 Penn and 18-9 to No. 8 Princeton on the second day of competition, the team put up one of their best performances of the season.

February 6, 2016
Another Weekend Sweep As Yale Takes Down Cornell 83-52
Yale made a little more history Saturday at Lee Amphitheater. One night after Brandon Sherrod set an NCAA record for consecutive field goals made, the Bulldogs rolled to an impressive 83-52 victory over Cornell.

February 7, 2016
Bulldogs Place Sixth at Ivy Round Robins
The Yale women's fencing team finished in sixth place at the Ivy League Round Robins, defeating Brown for the first time in years.

February 6, 2016
Yale Beats No. 7 Harvard
A great goalie can win huge rivalry games against high-ranked teams with highly rated offenses. All-American Alex Lyon stopped all 19 shots in the third period, including five on a three-minute power play, and finished with 25 as his No. 11 Yale hockey team registered a 2-1 win over No. 7 Harvard before a jam-packed Ingalls Rink in ECAC Hockey play.

February 7, 2016
No. 70 Yale Defeated by No. 43 Princeton at ECACs
The Yale women’s tennis team was defeated by Princeton in the fifth-place match of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship on Sunday. Princeton managed four singles wins to secure a 4-0 victory. Doubles matches were not contested.

February 6, 2016
Career-Days for McIntyre and Simpson in 74-63 Loss at Cornell
The production of Meghan McIntyre and Tamara Simpson came without question on Saturday night, but it was Cornell that ended on a high note with a 74-63 win over the Yale women’s basketball team in a game filled with changing plots.

February 6, 2016
Bulldogs Notch First Win of the Weekend
On the first day of the Ivy League Round-Robins, the Yale men’s fencing team defeated Brown 14-13 to secure its first win of the weekend.

February 6, 2016
Cureton, Mathews Match Career-Best Performances at Day Two of Giegengack Invite
This past Saturday afternoon, the women’s track and field team capped off its second day of competition at the Giegengack Invitational. Though an unscored meet, the Bulldogs had many fine performances across the board. On top of winning four events as a team, many of athletes had career-best performances today.

February 6, 2016
Bulldogs Stand Strong on Day One of Round Robins
The Yale women's fencing team stands in sixth place after day one of the Ivy League Round Robins.

February 6, 2016
Multiple Career Bests Earned by Gymnasts Against Big Ten Competition
After scoring a season best 191.475 at the Don Tonry Bulldog Invitational, the Bulldogs were back on the road again Saturday. They traveled to New Jersey to take on competition from Big Ten conference members Ohio State and Rutgers. The Bulldogs finished 3rd in the contest with their second score over 190.000 in 2016 (190.300). Ohio State won the meet with a score of 196.350, with Rutgers finishing in second (194.900).