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Friday, September 27
Yale Football vs. Cornell — Saturday at 11:30 AM EST

After kicking off the season with an impressive win over Colgate, Yale Football moves on to its second game of the season — the home opener against Cornell. Top Cornell QB prospect Jeff Mathews will pose a test for this new-look Bulldogs team, but Yale standouts Tyler Varga ’15 and Henry Furman ’14 should lead…

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Saturday, September 21
SEASON OPENER: Yale Football at Colgate, 12:30 PM EST

The time has come for another season of Yale Football. With a injury-plagued first year behind him, head coach Tony Reno will look to get his team off on the right foot against Patriot League opponent Colgate. Questions remain — Who will start at quarterback? How will a young defense hold up? — but an…

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Tuesday, April 16
Interview with Richard Levin

WYBC’s John Ryan ’14 caught up with Yale University President Richard Levin on the ice of Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh after Yale defeated Quinnipiac 4-0 to win a national championship, called by Levin “one of the biggest moments in Yale Athletics history.” Length: 1 minute 42 seconds Photo Courtesy of the New Haven Register

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Tuesday, April 16
Yale-Quinnipiac National Championship Game Highlights!!!

        On April 13, 2013, the Yale Men’s Hockey team defeated the Quinnipiac Bobcats 4-0 to give Yale its first national championship in program history. Highlights below. Special thanks to Konrad Coutinho ’13, Nell Meosky ’14, Evan Frondorf ’14, John Ryan ’14, and Chris Hudson ’07 for producing the broadcast. Length: 4…

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Saturday, April 13
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Yale vs. Quinnipiac

60 MINUTES BETWEEN YALE AND A FIRST-EVER TITLE — BUT LOCAL RIVAL QUINNIPIAC ALSO LOOKS TO BRING THE TROPHY BACK TO NEW HAVEN   That much is clear — the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship will go to a New Haven team . Will Quinnipiac finish its run through the tournament as the number-one overall…

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