2018-19 Yale Field Hockey News

  • Corner Goals Help Lift No. 20 Harvard Past Yale
    September 21, 2018
    Penalty corners proved decisive Friday night in field hockey action at Berylson Field, as No. 20 Harvard scored the first four goals of the game on corners en route to a 6-0 win over Yale.
  • Yale Visits No. 20 Harvard, Hosts Sacred Heart
    September 20, 2018
    The Ivy League season begins Friday for the Yale field hockey team, as the Bulldogs head to No. Harvard (6:00 p.m., ESPN+). They then return home to host Sacred Heart Sunday (1:00 p.m., ESPN+).
  • Bulldogs Fall at Cal 3-1
    September 16, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team’s West Coast trip ended with a loss at Cal on Sunday, as the Bears scored two goals in a span of 2:25 late in the first half to take control. Sophomore forward Olivia Levieux scored the Bulldogs’ lone goal.
  • No. 23 Stanford Hands Yale First Loss
    September 14, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team saw its three-game winning streak to start the season snapped Friday night on the West Coast, as No. 23 Stanford scored a pair of goals early and went on to top the Bulldogs 5-0.
  • Terroso Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week
    September 10, 2018
    After leading the Yale field hockey team to three wins in the season’s first seven days, sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso (York, Pa.) has been named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week. The league announced the award on Monday.
  • Off to Best Start Since 2010, Bulldogs Head to Cali
    September 10, 2018
    Off to its best start since 2010, the Yale field hockey team heads west for a pair of games in California this weekend. The Bulldogs put their 3-0 record on the line with a game at No. 23 Stanford Friday (7:00 p.m. Pacific Time, Stanford Live Stream), then head to Cal for a game Sunday (12:00 p.m. Pacific Time, Cal Live Stream). The last time Yale started a season with four or more wins in a row was 1995, when the team started 7-0.
  • Scoring Depth on Display in 4-2 Win vs. Drexel
    September 09, 2018
    The Yale field hockey team showcased its scoring depth on Sunday afternoon, as four different players scored goals in a 4-2 win vs. Drexel at Johnson Field. First year midfielder Theodora Dillman scored her first career goal, and the Bulldogs also got tallies from junior midfielder Bridget Condie, sophomore forward/midfielder Imogen Davies and sophomore forward Olivia Levieux. Sophomore goalkeeper Sydney Terroso made three saves, and the Bulldogs also got a critical defensive save from sophomore midfielder Sarah King.
  • Pair of Goals for Davies as Yale Tops Hofstra 3-1
    September 07, 2018
    Led by a pair of goals from sophomore forward/midfielder Imogen Davies, the Yale field hockey team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 3-1 win vs. Hofstra Friday afternoon at Johnson Field. Full details will be posted shortly.
  • Pair of Games at Johnson Field this Weekend
    September 06, 2018
    Coming off a 2-1 overtime win vs. Michigan State in Monday's season opener, the Yale field hockey team hosts a pair of games at Johnson Field this weekend. The Bulldogs play Hofstra at 4:00 p.m. on Friday (ESPN+) and Drexel at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday (ESPN3).
  • Reese Goal Caps 2-1 OT Win vs. MSU
    September 03, 2018
    When Pam Stuper, Yale’s Caroline Ruth Thompson ’02 Head Coach of Field Hockey, subbed Brooke Reese into the game against Michigan State Monday afternoon at Johnson Field, she had one message for the senior forward.
  • Season Opener Monday vs. Michigan State
    September 01, 2018
    The 2018 season gets underway Monday for the Yale field hockey team, as the Bulldogs host Michigan State at Noon (ESPN+). This is the first of 10 home games this season for Yale -- including three in a row to start the year. The Bulldogs are 7-4 in their last 11 games at Johnson Field.
  • 2018 Preview: Bulldogs Look to Continue Upward Trend
    August 24, 2018
    Buoyed by a new facility to call home -- Carol Roberts Field House -- the Yale field hockey team looks to make the 2018 season a special one. The Bulldogs have improved their win total compared to the previous season in each of the past two years, and last year’s total was the team’s best since winning 11 in the 2011 Ivy League championship season. Eight players who started 12 or more games last year return, including the starting goalie and four of the top six goal-scorers.
  • Welcome Home! Bulldogs Move in to Carol Roberts Field House
    August 16, 2018
    Thursday was a historic day for the Yale field hockey program, as the Bulldogs got the first look at their spectacular new home: Carol Roberts Field House. The team, which is about to start preseason practice, moved in to the new facility in the afternoon.
  • Five Bulldogs to Play for Team USA in Masters World Cup
    July 25, 2018
    Five Bulldogs -- including Yale field hockey alums Anne Lehman Dillman ’93, Anne Keating ’77, Lorraine Pratte Lewis ‘78 and Georganne Nattress ’85 along with Pam Stuper, Yale’s Caroline Ruth Thompson ’02 Head Coach of Field Hockey -- are on the U.S. rosters for the upcoming FIH Masters World Cup in Terrassa, Spain. The event, which starts Friday, features men's and women's teams of players age 35 and older representing their home countries. Dillman and Stuper will play for the U.S. Over 45 team, while Keating, Lewis and Nattress will play for the U.S. Over 55 team.
  • Kalinich Competes in FIH Hockey Series Open
    July 11, 2018
    Chaney Kalinich (Glen Ellyn, Ill.), a rising senior goalkeeper on the Yale field hockey team, recently took advantage of an opportunity to gain international playing experience. Kalinich, who spent last summer in Puerto Rico working for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Dengue Branch, played for the Puerto Rican National Team in the FIH Hockey Series Open in Salamanca, Mexico last month.
  • Bulldogs Welcome Five in Class of 2022
    June 07, 2018
    Five incoming first years will join the Yale field hockey roster for the 2018 season, which starts Sept. 3. The group comes from five different high schools and three different U.S. states/Canadian provinces. It includes two forward/midfielders, two midfielders and one back/midfielder.
  • Yale Announces 2018 Schedule
    May 17, 2018
    Three games vs. teams that ended the 2017 season ranked in the top 20 -- including a trip to No. 16 Stanford -- highlight the 2018 Yale field hockey schedule, which was announced Thursday. The 17-game regular season (seven Ivy League games, 10 non-league games) starts Monday, Sept. 3 vs. Michigan State at Johnson Field. The Ivy League portion of the season starts with a game at archrival Harvard on Sept. 21.