2010-11 Yale Men's Soccer News

  • Tompkins Sees His Mentor Inducted Into National Soccer Hall of Fame
    June 08, 2011
    Ask Yale men’s soccer coach Brian Tompkins who has had the biggest influence on his professional career, and the answer is easy. Bob Gansler. So when Gansler was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame prior to the U.S. men’s national team friendly against Spain last Saturday at Gillette Stadium, Tompkins was thrilled and honored to attend the ceremony.
  • Suzuki, Bailey, Alberts Join Yale Coaching Staff
    June 02, 2011
    Three new faces have joined Brian Tompkins’ men’s soccer coaching staff. Hiro Suzuki ‘00, who captained the 1999 Bulldogs to a school-record 13 wins, Cailean Bailey, who helped guide Valparaiso to 19 victories over the last two years, and Jay Alberts ‘03, a four-time first team All-Ivy selection at Yale, have been named assistant coaches.
  • Dennen Elected 2011 Yale Captain
    December 10, 2010
    Chris Dennen, one of only two players to start all 17 games this fall, has been elected captain of the 2011-12 Yale men’s soccer team. The announcement was made on Wednesday night at the team banquet.
  • 10 Bulldogs Earn Fall Academic All-Ivy Honors
    December 07, 2010
    Ten Yale student-athletes have earned Fall Academic All-Ivy honors. Football players Patrick Witt and Jesse Reising, Jeff Perrella from the cross country team, soccer player Eric Meyer and lightweight rower William Zeng were honored on the men’s side. The women selected were soccer players Kate Macauley and Miyuki Hino, field hockey player Dinah Landshut, volleyball player Taylor Cramm and rower Stephanie Madner.
  • Two Bulldogs Earn All-Ivy Recognition
    November 16, 2010
    Two Yale men’s soccer players have earned All-Ivy recognition. Junior Andy Hackbarth and freshman Nick Alers, who both helped anchor a Yale defense that posted four shutouts, were honorable mention selections.
  • Bulldogs Host No. 11 Princeton On Senior Day
    November 13, 2010
    The final game of 2010 season may be the most difficult for the Yale men’s soccer team. The Bulldogs host 11th-ranked Princeton at Reese Stadium. The start time of the game is now 3 p.m. (it had been originally scheduled to kick off at 4 p.m.). The Tigers, who have won 11 straight games, have already clinched the Ivy League’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Five Yale seniors – Eric Meyer, Dale Peterson, Brad Rose, Sebastian Serra and Andy Shorten – will be playing the final game of their careers and will be honored prior to kickoff.
  • Second-Half Goal Lifts No. 11 Princeton Over Yale
    November 13, 2010
    The Bulldogs played even with No. 11-ranked Princeton for the first 62 minutes of the match, but dropped a 2-1 decision to the Tigers on Saturday afternoon at Reese Stadium. The match marked the final collegiate games for five Yale seniors – Eric Meyer, Dale Peterson, Brad Rose, Sebastian Serra and Andy Shorten – who were honored before the game.
  • Final Road Game Takes Yale To No. 17 Brown
    November 06, 2010
    Home field hasn’t meant much when the Yale men’s soccer team has faced Brown recently. The visiting team has won each of the last four games in the series. Yale hopes that trend continues when the two teams meet in Providence on Saturday. Kickoff at Stevenson Field is slated for 7 p.m. It is the final road game of the season for the Bulldogs.
  • No. 17 Brown Knocks Off Yale
    November 06, 2010
    No. 17 Brown used a big second half to knock off Yale at Stevenson Field. The Bears scored three times in the final 45 minutes en route to a 4-1 Ivy League victory. Peter Jacobson had Yale’s goal.
  • Meyer Named To Academic All-District First Team
    November 02, 2010
    Senior Eric Meyer, who leads the Yale men’s soccer team in assists, has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 first team. Meyer has appeared in all 15 games this year for the Bulldogs. He was selected to the All-District 1 second team as a sophomore before missing much of his junior year with an injury.
  • Ivy League Stretch Run Begins At Home Against Columbia
    October 30, 2010
    The Yale men’s soccer team played perhaps its most impressive game of the season on Wednesday night against Lehigh. The Bulldogs hope to build on that when Columbia visits Reese Stadium for an Ivy League contest on Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 4:30 p.m.
  • Yale Plays Scoreless Tie With Columbia
    October 30, 2010
    Yale and Columbia played an exciting and wide-open game Saturday at Reese Stadium. Both teams had a number of good scoring chances and there were 31 combined shots. None of them found the mark, however, so the game ended in a scoreless tie.
  • Last Non-League Game Brings Visit From Lehigh
    October 27, 2010
    Yale’s final non-league game of 2010 brings an unfamiliar opponent to Reese Stadium. Lehigh, which is battling for the top seed in the Patriot League Tournament, hasn’t come to New Haven since 1995. The Bulldogs and Mountain Hawks meet on Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
  • Wilkins’ First Career Goal, Chesky’s First Shutout Lift Yale Past Lehigh
    October 27, 2010
    One of the prettiest goals of the season was enough to lift the Yale men’s soccer team past Lehigh on a rainy night at Reese Stadium. Freshman Cody Wilkins scored it at 37:19 as the Bulldogs snapped the Mountain Hawks’ three-game winning streak with a 1-0 victory.
  • No. 15 Penn Edges Yale 2-0
    October 23, 2010
    One play went a long way in deciding the outcome of Saturday’s Yale men’s soccer game with Penn. Midway through the second half, Yale goalkeeper Bobby Thalman was ruled to have deliberately tripped a Penn player in the box. The Quakers were awarded a penalty kick and Thalman was issued a red card. Christian Barreiro knocked in the p.k. and Loukas Tasigianis added an insurance goal 11 minutes later as the 15th-ranked Quakers escaped Reese Stadium with a 2-0 victory.
  • No. 15 Penn Visits In First Ivy Home Game
    October 20, 2010
    The Ivy League season is nearly half over and the Yale men’s soccer team still hasn’t played a home league game. That will change on Saturday when No. 15 Penn comes to Reese Stadium. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m. following the Yale-Penn women’s soccer game.
  • Bulldogs Travel To Cornell Saturday
    October 16, 2010
    Yale and Cornell played a memorable game at Reese Stadium last year. Chris Dennen’s goal with 13 seconds left in the second half lifted the Bulldogs to a thrilling 4-3 victory. The seven goals were the most in a game for Yale since 2006. When the two teams meet again Saturday in Ithaca, it figures to be a more low-scoring affair. Neither the Bulldogs nor the Big Red have allowed or scored four goals in a game this season. Kickoff at Berman Field is slated for 7 p.m.
  • Shorten’s Goal Lifts Yale Past Cornell
    October 16, 2010
    Saturday was “Break The Berman Record” night at Cornell. The goal was to set a men’s soccer attendance record at Berman Field. An enthusiastic crowd of 961 was on hand to establish a new mark, but Yale spoiled the party. Andy Shorten scored the only goal of the game at 36:43 to lift the Bulldogs to an Ivy League win on a chilly night.
  • Serra Scores First Career Goal But Bulldogs Fall At Dartmouth
    October 09, 2010
    Sebastian Serra scored his first career goal for the Yale men’s soccer team on Saturday at Dartmouth. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs it didn’t come in a victory. Lucky Mkosana had a goal and an assist to lead the Big Green to a 3-1 win over Yale at Burnham Field.
  • Road Stretch Continues At Dartmouth
    October 06, 2010
    Expect a close game when Yale and Dartmouth play Saturday in men’s soccer. Each of the last 13 meetings between the teams has been decided by one goal or ended in a tie. Kickoff at Dartmouth’s Burnham Field is slated for 7 p.m.
  • Harvard Edges Yale In Ivy Opener 1-0
    October 02, 2010
    The start of Ivy League play didn’t bring an end to the frustration for the Yale men’s soccer team. The Bulldogs gave defending Ivy champion Harvard all it could handle but dropped a 1-0 decision on a beautiful afternoon at Ohiri Field. Scott Prozeller scored the only goal of the game midway through the first half.
  • Bulldogs Open Ivy League Play At Harvard
    September 30, 2010
    The Yale men’s soccer team has been making steady progress in recent games. The Bulldogs nearly pulled off a big upset on Tuesday before dropping a heartbreaking overtime decision to No. 18 St. John’s. The biggest difficulty for Yale has been finishing chances in the attacking area. A perfect time to break out would be Saturday against Harvard in the Ivy League opener for both teams. Kickoff at Harvard’s Ohiri Field is slated for 1:30 p.m.
  • No. 18 St. John’s Hands Yale Heartbreaking Defeat
    September 28, 2010
    In its final game before the start of Ivy League play, the Yale men’s soccer team showed it could compete with one of the best teams in the nation. The Bulldogs went toe-to-toe with 18th-ranked St. John’s before dropping a heartbreaking 2-1 overtime decision. The winning goal came just 52 seconds into the extra period on an own goal.
  • Bulldogs Host No. 12 St. John’s Tuesday
    September 27, 2010
    A challenging week for the Yale men’s soccer team begins Tuesday night when No. 12 St. John’s visits Reese Stadium. Kickoff is slated for 8 p.m. following the Yale-Marist women’s game. The Bulldogs then open Ivy play on Saturday against 21st-ranked Harvard in Cambridge, Mass.
  • Second Half Goal Lifts FDU Past Yale
    September 24, 2010
    Fairleigh Dickinson didn’t have many scoring chances in Friday’s game with Yale, but the Knights made the most of one of their opportunities. Dominic Reinold scored the only goal of the game midway through the second half to lead FDU at a muggy Reese Stadium.
  • Fairleigh Dickinson Comes To Reese Stadium Friday
    September 23, 2010
    The start of Ivy League play is a little over a week away, and it looks like the Yale men’s soccer team is close to ready. The Bulldogs are unbeaten in their last two games and will look to extend the streak when they host Fairleigh Dickinson on Friday night. Kickoff a Reese Stadium is slated for 7 p.m.
  • Bulldogs Visit Quinnipiac Tuesday
    September 21, 2010
    The Yale men’s soccer team has three games left before the start of Ivy League play on Oct 2 at Harvard. Two will be in the friendly confines of Reese Stadium. The one road trip is Tuesday, but it won’t take the Bulldogs very far from campus. Yale makes the short journey up I-91 to meet Quinnipiac at 4 p.m.
  • Yale, Quinnipiac Battle To Scoreless Draw
    September 21, 2010
    Yale and Quinnipiac have both been pretty stingy in allowing goals so far this season. As a result, it probably wasn’t all that surprising that the teams played 110 minutes of scoreless soccer on Tuesday afternoon at Quinnipiac Field.
  • Hackbarth’s Overtime Goal Lifts Yale Past Sacred Heart
    September 18, 2010
    Andy Hackbarth ended a long night of soccer at Reese Stadium on Saturday by scoring on a penalty kick with just 2 minutes, 7 seconds left in the second overtime. The goal lifted Yale to a thrilling 2-1 victory over Sacred Heart and earned the Bulldogs their first win of the season.
  • Yale Hosts Sacred Heart Saturday Night
    September 17, 2010
    The Yale men’s soccer team faces another big test on Saturday night when Sacred Heart visits Reese Stadium. The Pioneers received votes in this week’s NSCAA national poll and are ranked second in the North Atlantic Region. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.
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