The Charger Bulletin

New Havens bench celebrates after a made shot against STAC, West Haven, Nov. 28.

Pergola nets 18, women’s basketball beats Saint Thomas Aquinas

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 29, 2021

The New Haven women’s basketball team walked away with their first home win of the season on Sunday, besting the visiting Saint Thomas Aquinas College Spartans 56-43. The Chargers relied heavily on a...

The New Haven mes basketball team celebrates against Dominican College, West Haven, Nov. 27.

Men’s basketball comeback falls short, loses to No. 21 Dominican

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 29, 2021

The New Haven men’s basketball team fell short against No. 21 Dominican College on Saturday afternoon, falling 66-60. It is New Haven’s second straight loss on their home court to start the season,...

The New Haven football team celebrates after forcing a fumble against Bentley University, West Haven, Nov. 6.

Football knocked out of playoffs by No. 12 Kutztown

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 29, 2021

The New Haven football team’s playoff run came to an end on Saturday as they lost in a second-round matchup against No. 12 Kutztown University 10-7. It was a defensive battle as the No. 18 Chargers limited...

Los Angeles Angels Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.

MLB free agency predictions

Christopher Elwell, Contributing Writer November 28, 2021

The Major League Baseball offseason has officially begun, meaning that free agency is open and players can sign anywhere in the league. This year’s class of free agents is one of the best classes in...

The New Haven mens basketball team heads to halftime against Pace University, West Haven, Nov. 23.

Men’s basketball falls to Pace 69-45 in home opener

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 24, 2021

In their first game at home since Feb. 25, 2020, the New Haven men’s basketball team suffered a 69-45 loss on Tuesday night against Pace University. The energy within Charger Gymnasium quickly faded...

The New Haven womens basketball team talks during a timeout against Pace University, West Haven, Nov. 23.

Setters lights out, sprint past women’s basketball

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 24, 2021

A sloppy second quarter caused the New Haven women’s basketball team to suffer a 72-51 loss against Pace University on Tuesday night. It was a disappointing night for the Chargers, who looked to start...

The New Haven defense lines up against Bentley University, West Haven, Nov. 20.

Football wins Bentley rematch, advances to second round

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 21, 2021

“We’ll be back,” a player from the Bentley University football team said to the crowd as New Haven celebrated their Northeast-10 (NE-10) Championship on Nov. 7; they got their wish. In a surprising...

New Havens Jessica Akiona spikes against an AIC player, Springfield, Mass. Nov. 20, 2021.

Volleyball battles, loses championship to AIC

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 21, 2021

The New Haven women’s volleyball team came up just short in the Northeast-10 (NE-10) Conference Championship on Saturday night, losing to American International College 3-2. It took the full five sets,...

The New Haven volleyball team huddles during their quarterfinal match against Southern New Hampshire University, Nov. 16, West Haven.

Volleyball wins semifinal, will play for NE-10 title

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 20, 2021

The New Haven women’s volleyball team staved off a semifinal elimination with a 3-1 win on Friday night against third-seeded Stonehill College. Senior right side Jessica Akiona had a standout performance...

The womens volleyball team celebrates against Southern New Hampshire University, Nov. 17, West Haven.

Volleyball lands 4 with All-Conference honors

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 19, 2021

The Northeast-10 (NE-10) Conference released the women’s volleyball regular season awards on Thursday, with New Haven landing four players on All-Conference teams. Senior right side Jessica Akiona...

The New Haven football team celebrates after beating Bentley University, Nov. 8, West Haven.

Zecchin, Pincince headline football’s NE-10 honors

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 19, 2021

The Northeast-10 (NE-10) Conference released their awards for the 2021 football season on Wednesday, with New Haven leading all NE-10 teams at 12 total selections to the All-Conference teams, including...

The New Haven womens volleyball team celebrates after winning over Southern New Hampshire University, Nov. 16, West Haven.

Volleyball wins quarterfinal 3-1 over SNHU

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 17, 2021

The New Haven women’s volleyball team advanced in the Northeast-10 (NE-10) Conference tournament after a 3-1 victory over seventh-seeded Southern New Hampshire University in the quarterfinal on Tuesday...

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers looks to pass.

NFL vaccination rates high, despite Aaron Rodgers controversy

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor November 17, 2021

On Nov. 5, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who had tested positive for COVID-19 a week prior, confirmed in an interview on the Pat McAffee show that he has not been vaccinated against the...

The NFL logo on a football field.

NFL midseason review

Christopher Elwell, Contributing Writer November 17, 2021

Perspective Now that we are halfway through the 2021 NFL season, let’s look back at what has been a great season of football so far. With the addition of an extra game on the schedule this season,...

Inside of Charger Gymnasium, West Haven, Nov. 14.

Basketball warms up the court after year-long hiatus

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor November 16, 2021

A turn of the seasons has opened the door for the Chargers men’s and women’s basketball teams to take center stage and open up their winter campaigns. Both teams were tabbed second in the Southwest...

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