2014-15 Yale Men's Soccer News

  • Bulldogs Receive NSCAA Team Academic Award
    September 28, 2015
    The Yale men’s soccer team was quite successful in the classroom in 2014-15. The Bulldogs posted an impressive team grade point average of 3.60, earning them a team Academic Award from the NSCAA.
  • Stannard Announces Coaching Staff
    May 02, 2015
    Kylie Stannard, who was named the 5K Corral Head Coach of Yale men’s soccer in January, has found exactly what he was looking for in a staff. Ian Clerihew, Matt Mones and AJ Stueck bring a wide variety of experiences and all share a tremendous passion for soccer.
  • Peter Ambiel Becomes Latest Bulldog to Donate Marrow, Help Save a Life
    April 16, 2015
    Just in time for this Thursday’s Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive at Yale, another Bulldog who registered at the drive in a previous year has added to the total number of lives saved through Yale’s efforts. Peter Ambiel (Los Altos, Calf.), a senior on the men’s soccer team, donated to a patient with a life-threatening illness earlier this month and brought the total number of donor matches from Yale’s six previous drives to at least 29.
  • Up Close With Yale Coach Kylie Stannard
    March 20, 2015
    Kylie Stannard has been on the go since the day he took over as the 5K Corral Head Coach of Yale Men's Soccer after spending six years as an assistant at Big Ten power Michigan State. Over the last two months, Stannard’s worked diligently to get to know his team and to bring top notch student athletes to New Haven. He recently sat down with Tim Bennett of the Sports Publicity Office to discuss the present and future of Yale Soccer.
  • Stannard Named 5k Corral Head Coach of Men’s Soccer
    December 29, 2014
    Kylie Stannard, who helped guide Michigan State to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament as the associate head coach this fall, has been named the head coach of men’s soccer at Yale.
  • Piper Elected 2015 Captain; Team Awards Handed Out
    December 12, 2014
    As a center back, Philip Piper has always been a vocal member of the Yale men’s soccer team. His leadership role will only grow next year. Piper has been elected captain of the 2015-16 Bulldogs. The announcement was made at the post-season banquet following a team vote.
  • Flugstad-Clarke Named Second Team All-Ivy
    November 19, 2014
    Sophomore Henry Flugstad-Clarke, who led Yale in goals and points, has earned second team All-Ivy recognition.
  • Tompkins’ Coaching Legacy A Special Bond With His Players
    November 18, 2014
    Brian Tompkins made a pretty good first impression on Ryan Raybould ‘05. As a high school soccer player in Kansas, the thought of attending Yale never occurred to Raybould. That changed the first time Tompkins called him.
  • Tompkins, Seniors Honored In Season Finale With Princeton
    November 15, 2014
    It was a day of celebration on Saturday at Reese Stadium. It started with a ceremony honoring Yale’s seniors and ended with a tribute to Brian Tompkins, who coached the Bulldogs for the final time.
  • Bulldogs Wrap Up Season Vs. First-Place Princeton
    November 14, 2014
    Yale wraps up the 2014 season by hosting Princeton in a game that has Ivy League championship ramifications. The Tigers are tied for first place and can clinch at least a share of the title with a victory. Kickoff is slated for 3 p.m. at Reese Stadium.
  • Bulldogs Fall 1-0 At Brown
    November 08, 2014
    It was Senior Day at Brown’s Stevenson Field on Saturday, and two players making their final home appearance in the stadium played a key role in deciding the outcome. Ben Maurey scored the only goal at 73:04, and goalkeeper Mitch Kupstas made four saves to record the shutout as the Bears edged the Bulldogs 1-0.
  • Final Road Game Takes Yale To Brown
    November 06, 2014
    Yale makes it final trip of the season on Saturday. The Bulldogs travel to Providence to face Brown. Kickoff at Stevenson Field is slated for 4 p.m.
  • Late Penalty Kick Lifts Columbia Past Yale
    November 01, 2014
    Henry Flugstad-Clarke’s tying goal with less than five minutes left in the second half should have given Yale all the momentum in a game that looked to be destined for overtime.
  • Columbia Visits For Second Straight Ivy Home Game
    October 30, 2014
    Yale and Columbia played a spirited 3-3 tie in New York City last year. There don’t figure to be as many goals scored but it should be close when the two teams meet on Saturday at Reese Stadium. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m., following the Yale-Columbia women’s game which starts at 4 p.m.
  • Heartbreaking Finish For Bulldogs
    October 28, 2014
    Another very solid effort ended in heartbreak for the Yale men’s soccer team. Despite missing several key players due to illness and injury, the Bulldogs played perennial national power UConn even for 103 minutes before Adria Beso Marco scored in the second overtime period to lift the Huskies to a 1-0 victory before a crowd of 2,241 at Morrone Stadium.
  • UConn Provides A Big Test In Final Non-League Game
    October 27, 2014
    Yale’s final non-league game of the season should be one of its most difficult. The Bulldogs travel to Storrs to face perennial national power UConn. Kickoff of Joseph Morrone Stadium is slated for 7 p.m.
  • Bulldogs Tie Defending Ivy Champion Penn
    October 25, 2014
    After falling in their first three Ivy League games – each on the road, the Yale men’s soccer team was determined to make a statement in its Ivy home opener. The Bulldogs did just that, even if the result wasn’t exactly what they were looking for. Yale took it to defending Ivy champion Penn but was forced to settle for a 1-1 tie on a chilly fall night at Reese Stadium.
  • Bulldogs Finally Get Ivy Home Game Saturday Vs. Penn
    October 23, 2014
    The Ivy League season is approaching the halfway point and the Yale men’s soccer team still hasn’t had a league home game. That changes on Saturday when Penn comes to Reese Stadium for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
  • Late Goal Lifts Cornell Over Yale
    October 18, 2014
    The character of the Yale men’s soccer team was on display again Saturday at Cornell. After yielding a goal with 8:48 left that put the Big Red in front 1-0, the Bulldogs’ response was impressive. Yale applied constant pressure on Cornell’s goal but wasn’t able to get the equalizer despite firing four shots at the goal.
  • Ivy Opening Road Swing Ends At Cornell
    October 16, 2014
    The Yale men’s soccer team plays the last of three road games to begin the Ivy League schedule at Cornell on Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 4 p.m., following the Yale-Cornell women’s game, which is a 1 p.m. start.
  • OT Thriller – Lachenbruch’s Penalty Kick Beats Temple
    October 14, 2014
    It took a while, but Yale’s persistence and hard work was finally rewarded Tuesday night against Temple. Conner Lachenbruch scored on a penalty kick with 1:33 left in the second overtime period as the Bulldogs knocked off the Owls 1-0 on an unseasonably mild night at Reese Stadium.
  • First Ever Meeting With Temple Next Up For Bulldogs
    October 13, 2014
    An unfamiliar opponent is coming to Reese Stadium on Tuesday night. For the first time ever, the Yale men’s soccer team will face Temple. Kickoff at Reese Stadium is slated for 7 p.m.
  • Yale Falls On Road To Dartmouth
    October 11, 2014
    There may not be a hotter college soccer team in the nation than Dartmouth right now. The Big Green extended its unbeaten streak to seven with an impressive 4-1 home victory over Yale before a crowd of 1,458.
  • Bulldogs Back On Road At Dartmouth
    October 09, 2014
    The Yale men’s soccer team has a challenging start to the Ivy League season with its first three leagues game all on the road. The Bulldogs played well in the first one, a 1-0 loss to Harvard. It doesn’t get any easier this Saturday as Yale heads north to Hanover, N.H., to meet Dartmouth. Originally a 7 p.m. start, the game has been flip-flopped with the Yale-Dartmouth women’s game and will now begin at 4:30 p.m.
  • Yale Falls 1-0 At Harvard
    October 04, 2014
    There would be no magical comeback on this night. Last year at Reese Stadium, Yale scored twice in the final 2 minutes, 15 seconds to knock off Harvard 2-1. On Saturday in Cambridge, the Bulldogs found themselves trailing 1-0 again late in the second half, but this time weren’t able to rally, falling to the Crimson on a wet and cold night at Solders Field Soccer Stadium.
  • Bulldogs Open Ivy League Play At Harvard
    October 03, 2014
    The Yale men’s soccer team opens Ivy League play at Harvard on Saturday. Kickoff at the Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium is set for 7 p.m., following the Yale-Harvard women’s game, which starts at 4 p.m.
  • Fall ID Clinic Set For Nov. 2
    October 02, 2014
    The Bulldog Soccer School will hold a fall ID clinic for boys in grades 9 through 12 on Sunday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Reese Stadium. The cost of the clinic is $140.
  • FDU Tops Yale 3-1
    September 30, 2014
    Fairleigh Dickinson has quietly built a pretty formidable soccer reputation over the years. The Knights have made six NCAA Tournament appearances under long-time head coach Seth Roland. The 2014 season hasn’t quite started on the right foot, but the Knights seem to rounding into form just in time for the start of Northeast Conference play. That’s certainly how it looked Tuesday night at Reese Stadium.
  • Final Game Before Start Of Ivy Play Brings Visit From FDU
    September 29, 2014
    Teams that very soon will be turning their full attention to league play meet on Tuesday night at Reese Stadium. Yale, which opens Ivy League play Saturday at Harvard, and Fairleigh Dickinson, who also is playing its final game before the start of Northeast Conference play, kickoff at 7 p.m. at Reese Stadium.
  • Bulldogs Fall 1-0 At Quinnipiac
    September 26, 2014
    Quinnipiac goalkeeper Borja Angoitia is approaching a couple of career school records. He showed why on Friday against Yale. Angoitia made a few big saves in the second half and that bought the Bobcats enough time to finally get the game-winner. It came late in the first overtime period on the first career goal from Raphael Carvalho.
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