New Bulldogs from the Northeastern part of the U.S., Ontario and Germany will join the Yale Women’s Hockey Team for the 2018-19 campaign. Seven members of the class of 2022, which include five forwards and two defensemen, were announced today by head coach Joakim Flygh.
One team and seven seniors were recognized by the Yale Athletics Department at the annual senior student-athlete reception on Saturday at the Lanman Center in Payne Whitney Gym. The women’s golf team earned the Brodhead Award for the highest team grade point average. Claire Huebner (Grosse Pointe, Mich.) of the co-ed sailing team and Theo Miller (Brooklyn, N.Y.) of the men’s soccer team were the recipients of the Ford Student-Athlete Community Outreach Award. The Kiphuth Student-Athlete Distinction Award was presented to Carl Mansson (Stockholm, Sweden) of the men’s track and field team and Calleigh Higgins (Ogdensburg, N.J.) of the women’s cross country and track and field team. Kiwi Comizio (New Vernon, N.J.) of the field hockey and women’s lacrosse teams received the Amanda Walton Award, and Courtney Pensavalle (Winchester, Mass.) and Jason Alessi (Bloomfield Hills, Mich) were the recipients of the Molly Meyer Humanitarian Award.
With 51 life-saving marrow donations through its first nine years, the Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive at Yale had given people plenty of reasons to celebrate heading into the 10th annual drive Thursday. This year’s edition was another success, as the Bulldogs added 464 more potential donors to the Be The Match Registry®.
The 2017-18 Yale women's ice hockey team gathered for the final time in the Schley Room at David S. Ingalls Rink for the annual team banquet. In addition to celebrating a season that included making the ECAC Hockey Tournament, the Bulldogs honored the winners of the team awards.
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2017-18 Academic All-Ivy honors in its winter sports today, and 10 Bulldogs were honored. The recipients were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and five women from its eligible student-athletes.
The Yale Bulldogs faced a big challenge heading into the barn of the second ranked team in the country today in the ECAC Quarterfinals at Clarkson. The Golden Knights proved too much in a 10-1 victory.
The Yale Bulldogs head up to New York this weekend for ECAC Hockey post-season play after a strong regular season. The Elis are the No. 8 seed and face first-place Clarkson, the nation's No. 2 ranked squad.
Going into Saturday’s matinee against the Quinnipiac Bobcats, the Yale Bulldogs needed one more win. With Rensselaer one point behind eighth seeded Yale in the ECAC standings, and only one game left to play, a Bulldogs victory would clinch playoff hockey.
The Yale Bulldogs took a few good punches on the chin against the Princeton Tigers on Friday night, and delivered a few of their own. However, it was Princeton that ended up on top, winning by a 4-1 final score.
After a weekend against two ranked foes on the road, the Yale Bulldogs (9-12-14, 7-9-2 ECAC) will be dealing with round two. Friday night, Yale travels to sixth ranked Cornell before battling fourth ranked Colgate on Saturday afternoon.
The Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation today announced the five finalists for the 2018 Hockey Humanitarian Award, which is presented annually to college hockey’s “finest citizen” for leadership in community service.
Despite a formidable foe in the defending national champions, in their barn, the Yale Bulldogs did not let up. A close battle on Saturday afternoon just evaded the Bulldogs’ grasp however as the second ranked Clarkson Golden Knights took a 2-1 win.
After being named ECAC Goaltender of the Week at the end of January, Gianna Meloni was not done. The league office announced Thursday that Meloni was named ECAC Goaltender of the Month for January after posting a 5-0-0 record.
Despite below freezing temperatures outside Ingalls Rink on Friday night, the Yale Bulldogs stayed warm as they have been all of January. There wasn’t any snow outside, but inside was all white as the Bulldogs froze the Harvard Crimson 3-2 during the annual White Out For Mandi game.