The Charger Bulletin

Womens soccer plays against SNHU, West Haven, Sept. 18, 2021.

Chargers fall to No. 19 SNHU

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 21, 2021

In a 3-1 loss on Saturday night, the Chargers' women's soccer team fell to No. 19 Southern New Hampshire University. In the NE-10 matchup, the Chargers hosted the Penmen, looking to turn things around...

Goalie Keira Integlia, West Haven, Sept. 15, 2021.

Field hockey braves West Chester’s storm in second season game

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 21, 2021

Coming off of a 1-0 victory at Pace University, the field hockey team returned home to host No. 2 West Chester University Wednesday night at DellaCamera Stadium, but fell 1-0. The Golden Rams showed...

The Chargers play against the Bulldogs, West Haven, Sept. 18, 2021.

Football struggles offensively, loses to No. 22/24 Bowie State

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor September 21, 2021

The New Haven football team welcomed nationally ranked Bowie State University to West Haven on Saturday, marking the long-delayed matchup between the two schools. The Bulldogs came into the weekend as...

Members of the womens rugby team practice at DellaCamera Field, West Haven, Sept. 7, 2021

Women’s rugby program takes off in its first season

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-In-Chief September 14, 2021

Varsity women’s rugby opened their first season with a bang on Sept. 6, winning a doubleheader against Manhattanville College. Starting off on a high note, they’re planning to continue the momentum...

Members of the field hockey team hug during the game at DellaCamera Stadium, West Haven, CT, Sept. 11, 2021.

Field hockey picks up first season win

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 14, 2021

In their conference opener on Saturday, the field hockey team did not disappoint as they defeated the Purple Knights of St. Michael’s College 3-0 to earn their first win of the season. The Chargers...

Womens rugby poses in front of score

Women’s rugby program debut doesn’t disappoint

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 14, 2021

In February, University of New Haven athletic director Sheahon Zenger announced the addition of women’s rugby as the university's 18th varsity sport. Last Monday afternoon, the program made their season...

NFL footballs lay on a football field

The NFL really doesn’t care

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor September 14, 2021

Is the National Football League a hotbed of performative activism, or does the trade association actively–and honestly–seek to push social change? After the NFL announced in early September that players...

Chargers Gymnasium at North Campus.

Return of the Chargers

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 7, 2021

Exactly one year ago, campus was quiet: there were no tailgates, no prime-time games and fall sports were stunted. Fast forward to present day and everything is different: athletics are ramping up, preseason...

Construction brings new performance center to North Campus

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 7, 2021

Yellow hard hats and construction equipment are back at the university, this time making their way up to North Campus to begin work on the university’s newest project. With the start of the Chargers’...

Katie Ledecky swims at the London 2012 Aquatics Centre 1.

In the Olympics, women just can’t lose

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor September 7, 2021

The first modern Olympic Games was held on April 6, 1896, with a thousand years since the last Olympiad on the Peloponnese Peninsula in the fourth century A.D. Only four years later, women began competing...

DellaCamera Field at North Campus

College sports go beyond the NCAA

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor September 7, 2021

Playing any sport at the collegiate level is an immense accomplishment. Sports culture permeates college campuses as universities and colleges tout their athletic success to attract prospective student...

Panthers defeat Chargers in first Field Hockey game

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 3, 2021

In their opening game of the 2021 season, the Chargers Field Hockey team held their own against Adelphi University that bolstered two returning All-Americans. Senior Alexis Rider broke the scoring stalemate...

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Women’s soccer opens with double OT win after 667-day delay

Tyler Wells, Editorial Chief September 3, 2021

The New Haven women’s soccer team opened the 2021 fall season with a bang on Thursday night as the team closed out a thrilling 3-2 victory in double overtime against Post University. It was a welcomed...

Chargers lacrosse earns semifinals trip after win over Owls

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor May 4, 2021

What better way to pick up a playoff win in the conference playoffs than against crosstown rivals, the Southern Connecticut State University Owls? That is exactly what the New Haven Lacrosse team did...

Chargers continue hot streak; sweep the doubleheader against Pace University

Tyler Garnet, Contributing Writer May 4, 2021

The University of New Haven softball team continues their dominant season by winning game one 3-0 and game two 7-5 against Pace University winning. They improve their record to 23-5 for the season and...

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