Fall Snapshot: Yale Bulldogs

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Welcome to the Fall Snapshot series. Throughout the fall I will be taking an early look at all 75 DI men’s college lacrosse teams and giving a snapshot of where each is heading into the 2023 season.

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Yale’s Chris Fake and Brian Tevlin to Join Notre Dame as Grad Transfers For 2023

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Kevin Corrigan and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have dipped into the transfer portal once again and have acquired the services of defenseman Chris Fake and midfielder Brian Tevlin for the 2023 season. The pair were teammates at Yale.

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College Lacrosse’s Top 10 Offenses of 2022

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The team that puts the ball in the back of the net the most wins the game. So, yes, offense matters. And especially in the shot clock era, offenses have evolved and in many cases are more high-powered before ever before.

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Grad Transfers: Kyle Mullin, Joe Neuman Heading to Rutgers

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Harvard goalie Kyle Mullin and Yale faceoff man Joe Neuman will both be heading to play for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights as grad transfers in 2023. Both players confirmed their decisions to Lacrosse Bucket on Friday afternoon.

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NCAA First Round: Yale Edges Saint Joseph’s In Offensive Shootout

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The standard remains in New Haven. The Yale Bulldogs are headed back to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the third time in five years (three full Yale seasons) after defeating the Saint Joseph’s Hawks 18-16 in an offensive shootout.

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Ivy League Championship: Penn Turns Up The Heat, Knocks off Yale For Second Straight Ivy Title

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For the second straight time, the Penn Quakers are the Ivy League Champions. And just like last time, they had to go through the Yale Bulldogs to earn that title.

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Ivy League Semifinals: Yale’s Ride Aides in Win Over Cornell, Burkinshaw and Handley Help Penn Take Down Brown

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On Friday night, the Yale Bulldogs and Cornell Big Red played as even of a game as you could as for. Cornell had 35 ground balls to Yale’s 34. The Bulldogs had 17 turnovers while the Big Red had 16. Even the two goals were nearly even with Yale’s Jared Paquette making 14 and Cornell’s Chayse Ierlan making 13.

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Saturday Recap: Cornell, Yale Win Thrillers to Help Settle Ivy League Tournament Field

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The Cornell Big Red own a share of the 2022 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse regular season title, along with Brown and Yale.

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