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Ask Matt Gibson Anything Tonight on Reddit!

Ask Matt Gibson Anything Tonight on Reddit!

Matt Gibson and SidelineSwap are hosting an AMA tonight at 8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT. Ask the former MLL Rookie of the Year and Yale AA a question – anything! – and be automatically entered. Read More…

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2014 Yale Lacrosse Schedule Announced

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – It has become the norm that the toughest part of the Yale men’s lacrosse team schedule is its Ivy League contests. Such is the life in what may be the strongest conference in 2014.  Four of the seven Ivy schools were ranked in the final 2013 USILA Poll and two were NCAA quarterfinalists, including the Elis, two-time defending Ivy League Tournament Champions. Read More…

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Game Photos: Outdoor Box Lacrosse at Yale

Game Photos: Outdoor Box Lacrosse at Yale

Yale’s Head Coach, Andy Shay, has been hosting pickup lacrosse games at its state-of-the-art facility. The facility is Reese Stadium and it features portable box rinks. These rinks sit on the turf of Reese Stadium and serve as the boundaries for play. Read More…

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StringKing: Mesh Of Choice For Yale Lacrosse


The Yale Bulldogs are the first official college team to strike up a deal with StringKing Lacrosse! The squad decided to sample our mesh, having some players try it out for a couple practices. We’re told that the players using StringKing Performance Mesh had the best practices of their careers. More consistent passes and shots than ever before. Read More…

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How to Get into Yale, Play lacrosse

Nov 22, 2011; Newark, NJ, USA; Yale Bulldogs forward/center Jeremiah Kreisberg (50) during the second half against the Seton Hall Pirates at the Prudential Center. Seton Hall Pirates defeat Yale Bulldogs 73-62. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

At first, I really wanted to create a rhythm for this post and sound articulate. But, then I realized that I didn’t attend Yale or even attempt to apply, nor consider it. In an attempt to avoid cliches, students used to solely focus on acing the boards in order to gain admittance to Yale. Today, according to the video, Yale admissions is on the hunt for good looking, opulent, pogo-sticking, lacrosse players. Read More…

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Fun Lacrosse Celebration by Long Island Lizard Matt Gibson


Here’s a relative throwback video from earlier this year during Matt Gibson’s senior season at Yale. Since this Spring, Gibson has been tearing the league up. He was the only rookie to play during Major Lacrosse League’s All-Star weekend. Watch as Gibson celebrates by high-fiving the ref. Read More…

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Boston University Officially Names Ryan Polley First Men’s Lacrosse Coach

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BOSTON – Ryan Polley, an 11-year coaching veteran in New England and the defensive coordinator for this year’s Ivy League tournament champion, has been named the inaugural head men’s lacrosse coach at Boston University, it was announced today by Assistant Vice President and Director of Athletics Mike Lynch. Read More…

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The Best Celebration You Will Ever See by a Yale Lacrosse Recruit

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Yup, this happened and I can’t say that I totally hate it. It’s an amazing celebration that invoked my neck fat to sweat profusely. A Yale recruit, who balls for Hotchkiss, scored an epic dip-n-dunk goal, and proceeded to saw the adjacent field goal post. Read More…

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Brown Loses Another One to Yale in 4 Overtimes

Providence, Rhode Island – In a marathon four overtime game that played well into the night, Yale’s Deron Dempster scored an unassisted goal on a behind-the-back shot with 1:43 left in the fourth overtime period to lead the Bulldogs to an 11-10 Ivy League win over Brown Friday evening at Stevenson Field. The win lifts Yale to 6-4 overall, 3-2 in the Ivy League, while Brown falls to 4-7 overall, 1-3 in Ivy play. Read More…

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Game Highlights: Princeton’s Win Over Yale in 5 Overtimes, Plus Princeton’s New Helmets

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New Haven, CONNECTICUT – Alex Capretta couldn’t remember which overtime it was. Maybe the second. Maybe the third. All he knew is that it all wanted to be on the field and at that one moment a few OTs earlier, he wasn’t. Instead, during a few shifts way back when – who could remember? – it had been Forest Sonnenfeldt in Capretta’s spot. Read More…

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