April 12, 2006
NEW HAVEN, CT - The Bulldogs may have taken a break from regular play, but they have not stopped preparing for the upcoming season. In their two spring tournaments, the Bulldogs continued to work hard.
In the first of the tournaments, Yale competed along with three other teams in full field games. In the second, six other teams played both seven and 11 aside games.
"The success we saw in both spring tournaments, in our overall game play, ability to score, and results is a tribute to the teams' commitment, dedication and determination. Their efforts and enthusiasm throughout the past three months, through many trials and tribulations, has laid the foundation for our summer training and our ability to reach all our goals this coming season," coach Pam Stuper said.
The Bulldogs sixth annual Alumnae Game will be held on April 22nd at Johnson Field. So far in the series, the Yale team is ahead 3-2.
"The Alumnae Game is always a wonderful way to finish our out-of-season training. We look forward to bringing the Yale field hockey players and their families, past and present, together for a great day of hockey!" Stuper said.
Report by Lauren Wiznia '09, Yale Sports Publicity