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.
Kylie Stannard, the 5K Corral Head Coach of men’s soccer, is bringing another talented and diverse class of student athletes to Yale. Paolo Carroll (Sao Paulo, Brazil), Lazaros Efthymiou (Lakatamia, Cyprus), Elian Haddock (Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin), Jeremy Haddock (Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin), Enzo Okpoye (Asaba, Nigeria), William Seidman (Chappaqua, New York) and Logan Sullivan (Santa Fe, New Mexico) all bring outstanding credentials.
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 Yale men’s soccer team is spending spring break in Italy. The Bulldogs, who are scheduled to play four exhibition games, will visit Rome, Florence, Pisa and Milan. Periodically during the trip, the players and coaches will provide updates on their adventure.
It’s going to be an extra special spring break for the members of the Yale men’s soccer team. The Bulldogs are taking a 10-day trip to Italy where they will visit Rome, Florence, Pisa and Milan. During their stay, they are scheduled to play four games, starting on Monday vs. LUISS, an Italian university.
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2017-18 Academic All-Ivy honors in its fall sports today, and 10 Bulldogs were honored. The five men and five women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.
Cameron Riach was one of three Bulldogs to share the team’s Most Improved Player Award this fall. The hard work that helped him earn that honor did not go unnoticed by his teammates. Riach has been elected captain of the 2018-19 Yale men’s soccer team. The announcement was made following a team vote at the post season banquet.
The Yale men’s soccer team gathered one final time at the Schley Room inside Ingalls Rink for the post season banquet to celebrate the season, honor the seniors and hand out the team awards. Nine players were recognized for their contributions this season.
There is plenty of evidence the Yale men’s soccer team continues to make great progress. The latest example came with the announcement of the 2017 All-Ivy teams. Four Bulldogs were recognized, the most for Yale since 2013. Junior Kyle Kenagy was named to the second team, while senior Archie Kinnane, junior Cameron Riach and sophomore Miguel Yuste earned honorable mention recognition.
Yale’s 2017 season ended in thrilling fashion. Aldo Quevedo’s goal with 5:15 left in the first overtime period lifted the Bulldogs to a 1-0 victory over Princeton on a cold afternoon at Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium.
The last home game of the 2017 season was certainly one of the most entertaining. Yale and Brown combined for 31 shots, and there was quite a bit of end-to-end action, but neither team managed a goal in 120 minutes so the result was a scoreless tie on a chilly early November night at Reese Stadium.
The Bulldogs wrap up the home portion of the 2017 season when Brown visits Reese Stadium on Saturday. Kickoff on Senior Day is slated for 7 p.m. In addition to the Ivy League Network, video will be available on ESPN3.
Yale’s final non-conference game of the season will come against a very familiar foe. The Bulldogs make the short trip to Storrs to meet UConn on Tuesday. It will be the 12th straight year the teams are playing. Kickoff at Morrone Stadium is slated for 7 p.m.
On a rainy Sunday in New York, it was quite apparent that the first goal in the Yale-Columbia game was going to be extra important. The Lions got it midway through the first half and it was enough to lift them to a 1-0 victory over the Bulldogs at Rocco B. Commisso Stadium.
Yale ran into a very opportunistic Penn team Saturday in Philadelphia. The Bulldogs limited the Quakers to only eight shots but four of them found the back of the net and Penn went on to a 4-1 victory on an unusually mild fall evening at Rhodes Field.
After playing their first three Ivy League games in the friendly confines of Reese Stadium, it is time for the Bulldogs to hit the road in league action. Yale travels to Philadelphia on Saturday to meet Penn. Kickoff at Rhodes Field is slated for 7 p.m.
Cameron Riach is making a habit of scoring important goals for the Yale men’s soccer team. Last Saturday, Riach’s first tally of the season started Yale’s comeback from a two-goal deficit in a 2-2 tie with Dartmouth. This Saturday, he struck again, scoring the only goal of the game late in the first half as the Bulldogs earned a very important 1-0 victory over Cornell at Reese Stadium.
Yale made an early statement in Ivy League play by rallying from a two-goal deficit last weekend to earn a 2-2 tie with three-time defending champion Dartmouth. The Bulldogs face another stiff challenge when red-hot Cornell visits Saturday. Kickoff on Alumni Day at Reese Stadium is set for 5 p.m.
It looked like Mark Winhoffer’s first career goal was going to be a game-winner for the Yale men’s soccer team on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs were less than two minutes away from an impressive road victory with Winhoffer as one of the heroes. Instead, Lafayette tied the score with 1:35 left in the second half and tallied the game-winner with 34 seconds remaining in the first overtime period to escape with a 2-1 win.
Tom Wallenstein’s first career start in goal came under difficult circumstances. Thrust into the starting lineup because of an injury, Wallenstein was facing the three-time defending Ivy League champions. He responded quite well, making three saves and playing with confidence as the Bulldogs earned a 2-2 tie with Dartmouth on Saturday. Wallenstein was rewarded for his solid play by being named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week.
Yale has little time to recuperate from Saturday’s 2-2 tie with Dartmouth on a hot and humid day at Reese Stadium. The Bulldogs travel to Easton, Pa., to meet Lafayette on Tuesday. Kickoff at Oaks Stadium is slated for 7 p.m.
One of Yale’s best halves of the season couldn’t have come at a better time. Trailing Dartmouth 2-0, the Bulldogs responded with a dominant 45 minutes and got some late magic from Miguel Yuste to earn a 2-2 tie with the Big Green on an unseasonably warm and muggy afternoon at Reese Stadium.
Both the Yale men’s and women’s soccer teams were quite successful in the classroom in 2016-17. Yale was one of 195 schools across all NCAA divisions to have both its programs earn Team Academic Awards from United Soccer Coaches (formerly the NSCAA).
It’s another Saturday at Reese Stadium for the Bulldogs. Dartmouth visits for a 1 p.m. kickoff on Grassroot Soccer Day. It’s also the start of a busy day of soccer as the Yale-Dartmouth women’s game follows at 4 p.m.
For 80 minutes, Yale seemed in control of Saturday’s Ivy League opener with Harvard. The Bulldogs had a 1-0 lead and had limited the Crimson to very few scoring chances. Things took a dramatic turn from there. Harvard scored a pair of goals in a 3:56 stretch to escape with a 2-1 victory before a big crowd at Reese Stadium.
Yale kicks off Ivy League play when Harvard comes to Reese Stadium on Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 4 p.m., the start of a busy day of soccer between the Bulldogs and the Crimson. The women’s teams meet at 7 p.m. In addition to the Ivy League Network, the game can be viewed on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app.