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Yale University Women's Hockey Yale University est. 1701: Please scroll up to learn more!

welcome to yale!

https://www.yale.edu

Yale University is located in beautiful New Haven, Connecticut and is a part of the prestigious Ivy league!

Yale has...

  • 5, 964 Undergraduate Students
  • 7, 469 Graduate and Professional Students
  • 2, 694 International Students
  • 4, 739 Faculty Members
  • 35 Varsity Sports Teams
  • 1 Amazing Women's Hockey Program

All data provided by the office of Institutional research. https://www.yale.edu/about-yale/yale-facts

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why yale?

"Yale is more than an institution of higher learning; it is a community where people of diverse cultures and nationalities live, work, and play — connected by their similarities and enriched by their differences." https://www.yale.edu/life-yale

Sterling Memorial Library

Check out the "That's Why I Toured Yale" video below.

Want to learn more about Yale's admissions process?

https://admissions.yale.edu/

Wondering how Financial Aid works at Yale?

https://finaid.yale.edu

Imagine taking a Class at Yale!

Yale University offers around 2,000 courses per year. Has over 80 different majors with a 6:1 student-to-faculty ratio. https://admissions.yale.edu/majors-and-academic-programs

To the left and above is the School of Management.
Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall
Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Lecture Hall
Yale Science Building
O.C. Marsh Lecture Hall located in the Yale Science Building

WHAT'S THE BEST PART ABOUT ATTENDING YALE?

It's the residential colleges, of course!

There are 14 Residential Colleges located on Yale's campus. Residential Colleges are where Yale students spend most of their time outside of the classroom. Each college dorm is a suite style set up, has a dining hall, a library, recreation room, workout facility and so much more.

Pauli Murray College
Silliman College
Branford College

Check out the link below to learn more on the 14 Residential Colleges. https://yalecollege.yale.edu/residential-colleges

MEET HANDSOME DAN "WALTER"

Walter is our loyal mascot and he wants you to follow us on social media!

  • Twitter: @YaleWHockey
  • Instagram: yalewhockey
  • Instagram: yalewhkycoaches
WALTER TAKING IT ALL IN!

https://yalebulldogs.com/sports/2019/6/25/information-mascot-handsome-dan-index.aspx

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The YALE WOMEN'S HOCKEY PROGRAM

Go Bulldogs!

https://yalebulldogs.com/sports/womens-ice-hockey

What make's the yale women's hockey program so special?

Let's find out:

"Yale has been the perfect place to balance both an amazing education as well as hockey. Having this opportunity has opened up so many doors professionally and I couldn't thank Yale Hockey enough for providing me with an atmosphere where growth is not only expected but achievable." - Saroya Tinker class of 2020
"I chose Yale because I wanted to continue to challenge myself athletically and academically. I came to know that Yale is a pretty remarkable place. I loved my experience because of my daily life and schedule. I enjoyed everything from my daily classes and studying in the library to spending hours at the rink everyday and road trips on the weekend. I met people who will be life long friends. If I had to do it all over again, I would chose Yale every time!" - Laura Anderson class of 2020

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OUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME! David S. INGALLS RINK (a.k.a. The Whale). Located at 73 Sachem Street, New Haven, CT 06511
Built in 1953 and seats 3,500 fans.
Ingalls Rink put in brand new boards and glass for the start of the 2019 season!

INGALLS RINK IS much MORE THAN AN ICE SURFACE

IT'S A HOME FOR OUR HOCKEY FAMILY!

Our home has...

  • A personalized locker room.
  • A lounge full of healthy snacks, a study area and couches to relax on.
  • A strength and conditioning facility.
  • An athletic training room that has state of the art equipment and cold baths.
  • A video room for team meetings and film review.
  • A full equipment room that contains Yale gear, sticks and apparel!
  • A skate sharpening room.
  • A laundry room.
  • The Schley Room where we hold private events.
  • Coaches offices.

The best part is the player's only entrance!

Players only Entrance
Strength and Conditioning Facility
Schley Room

Learn more about Ingalls Rink by clicking the following links! https://yalebulldogs.com/facilities/ingalls-rink/12

https://sportsandrecreation.yale.edu/facilities/ingalls-rink/ingalls-rink-history

Meet our amazing staff!

"Susan Cavanagh" Head Coach Mark Bolding
Assistant Coach Grant Kimball
Assistant Coach Danielle Blanchard
Athletic Trainer Kristin Moriarty
Equipment Manager Michael Stancarone
Strength and Conditioning Coach Teofe Ziemnicki

Click the link for each staff members individual bio's. https://yalebulldogs.com/sports/womens-ice-hockey/coaches

Yale is a part of the prestigious IVY league and the very competitive ECAC hockey league.

Have a look at the history of the Ivy League. It is very impressive! All you have to do is click on the link. https://ivyleague.com/sports/2018/7/31/HISTORY_07312018.aspx

Check out the ECAC Women's Hockey website to learn more! https://www.ecachockey.com/women/index

IVIES IN THE OLYMPICS

According to the Ivy IVY League webpage: https://ivyleague.com/sports/2017/7/28/history-olympics-index.aspx "The Ivy League's tradition in the Olympics is unparalleled. Since the first Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, in 1896, Ancient Eight athletes have thrived on the international stage every four years in both the Summer and Winter Games. With memorable performances that live in the Olympics lore, athletes from Ivy League schools have amassed an amazing total of 475 medals. If the Ivy League were a country, its 475 medals would rank 16th on the all-time table—behind Japan (497) and ahead of Finland (470). Ivy League athletes have enjoyed great success in the most recent Games with 33 athletes and two coaches bringing home nine medals (eight silver and one bronze) from the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang."

Yale Women's hockey Olympians!

Helen Resor class of '09, was a member of Team USA. At the 2006 Winter Olympics held in Turin, Italy she won an Olympic bronze medal. She is also a 2005 World champion and a 2005 Four Nations Cup silver medalist!
Natalie Babony '06, was a member of Team Slovakia in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Held in Vancouver, Canada.
Phoebe Staenz class of '17 was a member of Team Switzerland at the Sochi Olympics in 2014. She won a bronze medal!
Denise Soesilo '10 represented Team Germany at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin, Italy
Current Yale sophomore, Grace Lee class of '23, participated in the 2018 Olympics as a member of Team Korea.
Claire Dalton '22: Current member of the U22 Hockey Canada Development Program.
Tabea Botthof '22: Current member of Germany's National Program.

YALE WOMEN'S HOCKEY & THE HOCKEY HUMANITARIN AWARD

The BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award, is given annually to "college hockey's finest citizen". https://hockeyhumanitarian.org

  1. 2000: Julianna Schantz-Dunn '00 (finalist)
  2. 2003: Deanna McDevitt '03 (finalist)
  3. 2007: Kristin Savard '07 (finalist, winner)
  4. 2009: Crysti Howser '09 (finalist)
  5. 2011: Aleca Hughes '12 (finalist)
  6. 2012: Aleca Hughes '12 (finalist, winner)
2007 Award Winner Kristin Savard '07.
2012 Award Winner Aleca Hughes '12.

https://yalebulldogs.com/sports/2019/7/19/yale-womens-ice-hockey-and-the-hockey-humanitarian-award.aspx

Push play to watch our 2019-2020 highlight video!

2019-2020 Award Winners

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ON CAMPUS SOON!