To view a schedule for any school or specific team, or a statewide master varsity schedule for a sport, visit the main schedule and results page of the site. Thirty-seven stories and a month or so after it started, the winter championship season has come to a close. From track to basketball, gymnastics to hockey all the championship stories are right here in one place. Relive another wonderful championship season.
With the pair of victories, the Bulldogs catapulted themselves into the upper echelon of the ECAC standings, just two points off first place, with four regular season matches remaining. The Elis 13—9—3, 11—6—1 ECAC Hockey came into the matchups looking to rebound from two disappointing 4—0 and 4—1 defeats last weekend.
And the Blue and White could not have expected any more of a spectacular turnaround in play. In both games at Ingalls Rink, the Elis played free-flowing, speedy hockey that outmatched their opponents with ease.
As a result, Cornell 15—7—3, 11—4—3 conceded its highest tally of goals so far this season, while Colgate 8—19—3, 5—10—3 could not get any sort of offense going.
I think they got together and they decided to rebound from that last weekend. The Raiders defeated both No. The Big Red had only conceded 25 goals before Saturday evening.
But that meant nothing to a Bulldog side buoyed by the attacking hockey from the night before. The Elis deservedly struck first in the dying seconds of the first frame as Hall scored the first of his two goals in the game with a deft five-hole shot. The offensive outburst kept on going in a frantic second period, with Yale grabbing another two goals within the opening four minutes of the frame.
Although the Big Red fought back, scoring the next two goals, the Elis never seemed fazed in a game where they outshot Cornell 35—29 and dominated possession of the puck. The senior made a great stop on a power play breakaway and later gloved a sniper shot in the third to keep the Big Red at bay.
The Elis take a road trip to Dartmouth and No. The Crimson is one point behind the Bulldogs, while the Bobcats are one point ahead.
Maria Papadopoulos and Zoe Superville highlighted the action for the Blue Devils, each capturing bronze in the women's epee and foil individual competition, respectively.
Yale plays the Big Green on Friday at 7 p.