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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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Charger Sports Spotlight: Nahtali Simpson

Tyler Garnett, Contributing Writer April 27, 2021

Nahtali “Tali” Simpson is a junior music and sound recording major on the softball team with hopes to one day be involved in the music industry as an artist or a manager. She is a middle infielder...

Baseball splits with Southern

Baseball splits with Southern

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor April 27, 2021

The Chargers honored their five graduating seniors in their doubleheader slate against cross-town rival, Southern Connecticut State University, on Saturday. The Chargers took game one of the doubleheader,...

Women’s tennis celebrates Gonzalez, drops match against Le Moyne on senior night

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

New Haven women’s tennis team came up short against the Le Moyne Dolphins on Sunday night, losing their match 5-2. It was a tough matchup for the Chargers, as Le Moyne entered the night sitting second...

WWE WrestleMania 37: Two-Night Match Card Event Results

WWE WrestleMania 37: Two-Night Match Card Event Results

Elisa D’Egidio, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) “WrestleMania 37” two-night event took place on April 10 and 11 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. The 14-match pay-per-view event aired live on Peacock...

MLB moves All-Star Game, sparks political debate

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

In response to a new Georgia voting law passed by the state’s legislature, Major League Baseball (MLB) has made the decision to move the 2021 All-Star Game away from Atlanta. The game will now be hosted...

Sports stigma: The real life of a college athlete

Joe Klaus, Sport Editor April 13, 2021

TV shows, movies and real-life stories have commonly and inaccurately portrayed student-athletes. In 2010, the television show “Blue Mountain State,” depicted the crazed life of a fictional Division...

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Charger Sports Spotlight: Daniel Labrie

Tyler Garnett, Contributing Writer April 13, 2021

Daniel Labrie is a freshman mechanical engineering major on the university’s track team who hopes to one day design and invent new cars. If there is one word that describes Labrie as a competitor it...

WWE’s 2020 & 2021 Hall of Fame induction ceremony

Elisa D’Egidio, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Kicking off the week leading up to the grandest stage of them all, WrestleMania is days away as the WWE Hall of Fame 2020 & 2021 was taped at Tropicana Field in Tampa, Florida, and aired on Peacock...

Sports weekend update

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor April 9, 2021

This weekend, the Chargers baseball and softball series against American International College have been postponed per the established institutional and conference health protocols. The softball team was...

Chargers dominate the Saint Rose Golden Knights to win their second game in a row

Tyler Garnett, Contributing Writer April 6, 2021

The women's lacrosse team beat the Saint Rose Golden Knights by a final score of 21-9 in their Saturday afternoon matchup. If you blinked during the game, you most likely missed a goal as the Chargers’...

Chargers baseball loses game three of a four-game set

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor April 6, 2021

After outsourcing Adelphi 19-5 on Saturday, it was the same university’s bats that woke up on Monday, taking game three against the Chargers 7-4. After being held quiet on Saturday, the Adelphi Panthers...

Women’s tennis wins first conference match of season over Assumption

Women’s tennis wins first conference match of season over Assumption

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

The University of New Haven women’s tennis team bounced back from a two-game losing skid on Wednesday, earning their first conference win of the season. The Chargers were led by sophomore Alexa Orlando,...

University of New Haven seeks to upgrade athletic status

Lindsay Giovannone, Contributing Writer March 30, 2021

The University of New Haven has begun the ambitious process of becoming an NCAA Division 1 (D1) school. Director of Athletics and Recreation at the university, Sheahon Zenger, said that this movement is...

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