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Reh Breaks Single Season Goals Record as Lacrosse Defeats Stonehill

Reh Breaks Single Season Goals Record as Lacrosse Defeats Stonehill

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

April 22, 2019


Filed under Charger Athletics, Sports

Coming off a heartbreaking overtime loss Tuesday, April 16, to No. 9 LIU Post, No. 16 Women’s Lacrosse bounced back, defeating Stonehill 15-14 Saturday to secure their 10th win of the season. Leading the way for the Chargers was senior Mackenzie Reh, who contributed eight goals and one assist, for a ...

Chargers Baseball Drops Three on The Road

Chargers Baseball Drops Three on The Road

Anthony Gangemi, Staff Writer

April 20, 2019


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The Chargers dropped both games of its Saturday doubleheader and a single game on Sunday last weekend at American International, losing the first by a score of 8-1 and the second by a score of 6-2. The Chargers then lost 12-7 in the single game on Sunday. In both games, the Yellow Jackets were able to...

Palmer Receives A+ Grade from Student Athletes

Palmer Receives A+ Grade from Student Athletes

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

April 20, 2019


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In a recent interview with the Charger Bulletin, director of athletics Chris Palmer stated he wanted to hear what the student-athletes had to say about the job he has done during his tenure. “I think the student-athletes are the ones that need to be asked because they are the consumer,” said Pal...

Women’s Lacrosse Defeats American International

Women’s Lacrosse Defeats American International

Kenny Sorrentino, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019


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With 12 goals in the first half, the Chargers women’s lacrosse team blasted American International, 17-5. Junior, attack Kendra Nolan stole the show, scoring a career-best six goals. Senior, Mackenzie Reh netted another six, as the two combined to go four-for-four on free position shots. Aft...

Chargers Baseball Off to Shaky Start

Chargers Baseball Off to Shaky Start

Kenny Sorrentino, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019


Filed under Charger Athletics, Sports

Holding a season standing at 9-11, New Haven Chargers baseball is in a strange position. Going 3-7 over their last 10 hasn’t helped. They are .500 in six games in the NE-10, good enough for   fourth in the Southwest Division.  At the plate, the Chargers are led by junior outfielder Matt Chamberlain, bat...

Women’s Rugby to Play at Beast of the East

Women’s Rugby to Play at Beast of the East

Kayla Mutchler, Contributing Writer

April 10, 2019


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On April 14 and 15, the Women’s Rugby team will be in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, to compete in the Beast of the East rugby tournament. According to the Beast of the East website, the tournament hosts hundreds of men and women’s Division I, II, and III rugby teams from across the country. The teams pla...

Women’s Field Hockey Signs Team Impact Member

Women’s Field Hockey Signs Team Impact Member

Zack Pincince, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019


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On Thursday, Mar. 28 on North Campus, the Chargers women’s field hockey team added a new member. Team Impact member, an organization that is similar to the Make a Wish Foundation,   Isabella Pucillo signed her contract to join the Chargers during her press conference. Pucillo was joined by her mom a...

Softball off to Good Start

Softball off to Good Start

Kenny Sorrentino, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019


Filed under Charger Athletics, Sports

The 2019 New Haven Chargers’ softball campaign has been both hot and cold. After winning three out of five at Myrtle Beach’s Snowbird Freeze Out, including a 14-1 victory over Slippery Rock, the team put up a 1-4 record to stand at 4-6. The Chargers have now won six consecutive games to put them a...

Elm City Rivalry Favors Chargers

Elm City Rivalry Favors Chargers

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 29, 2019


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There is nothing better in sports than a good crosstown rivalry. For Elm City, that rivalry belongs to the University of New Haven Chargers and the Southern Connecticut State Owls. For decades, these two schools have been battling it out on the field for bragging rights and, more recently, dominance i...

Q&A with Athletic Director, Chris Palmer

Q&A with Athletic Director, Chris Palmer

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 28, 2019


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Chris Palmer officially became the director of athletics and recreation on Jan 16, 2018. He is the sixth person to hold this title, coming into the university with 25 years experience in the National Football League, including a 2008 Super Bowl Championship with the New York Giants. He comes back to t...

“Networking is one Letter away from Notworking”

“Networking is one Letter away from Notworking”

Rob Thompson, Director of Development

March 27, 2019


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At an early stage in my career it was engraved in me the importance of relationships and the value of your network. Not necessarily the amount of people you have in your network digitally or in the real world, rather the quality of people in your network. If you are curious about people and naturally extroverted it...

Postponements in Spring Sports

Postponements in Spring Sports

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019


Filed under Charger Athletics, Sports

Playing collegiate softball or baseball in the northeast is no easy task. It often requires multiple layers of compression shirts and double socks to stay warm. But that, of course, is if the games actually get played, as the word “postponed” on the schedule has been a regular occurrence for the Ne...

My Time as a Charger

My Time as a Charger

Michael Kandolin, Men's Track and Field

March 27, 2019


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When I was approached  to write about my four years as a student-athlete here at the University of New Haven I was both surprised and at a loss for words. The task to me was monumental. I had to figure out how to put the best four years of my life, so far, into words. A challenge that I was happy to...

Sport Management Department to Introduce eSports Minor

Sport Management Department to Introduce eSports Minor

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 27, 2019


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The wildly popular eSports industry has taken over the world, and it has now made its way into academia. The University of New Haven sports management department is proposing a new eSports minor that would expose students to the business side of the multibillion-dollar industry.   The proposed mi...

Men’s Basketball Loses NE-10 Final

Men’s Basketball Loses NE-10 Final

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 15, 2019


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Men’s basketball suffered a heartbreaking defeat Saturday as they lost to the Merrimack Warriors 51-46 for the NE-10 Conference Championship. The Chargers fought to the final buzzer, but two costly turnovers in the final seconds sealed the defeat for New Haven. Both teams came out in the first half ready ...

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