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Guess Who’s Back – Brady’s Back

Guess Who’s Back – Brady’s Back

Aaron Benevides
November 2, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

All Patriots fans can take a sigh of relief now that Tom Brady’s four game suspension is over and he can return to the field. He made his season debut week five against the Browns and he threw for 406-yards and three touchdowns, and he hasn’t slowed down there. Since Brady returned the Patriots hav...

NHL Rookies Look to Make a Difference

NHL Rookies Look to Make a Difference

Angela Tricarico
October 19, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

The NHL’s 99 th season of play kicked off October 12. One of the biggest storylines coming into this season was Sidney Crosby being sidelined by yet another concussion, with only two days to go before regulation play began. While veteran players look to prove themselves once again, there’s...

NBA 2016/17 Western Conference Preview

NBA 2016/17 Western Conference Preview

Christopher DiGeronimo
October 19, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

The Western Conference has been the most dominate conference in the NBA, and it looks like there aren’t any signs of it slowing down. The fast paced offences of the west seem to be superior to all in the east, and as a matter of fact the west is home to a super team. With that being said, if...

UNH Goes into Week Seven a Dominent, Well-Oiled Machine

Quentin Walker
October 19, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

After week six, a game where the New Haven Chargers looked like an absolutely dominant, well-oiled machine, they looked to roll into week seven and do much of the same. Their week seven matchup pit them against Northeast-10 rival, Stonehill Skyhawks. The Chargers are coming off a big, 45-14...

Big Papi’s Last Swing

Big Papi’s Last Swing

Aaron Benevides
October 19, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

The ALCS ended the Red Sox season after a three game sweep handed to them by the Cleveland Indians. The series also ended the legendary career of David Ortiz; the teams designated hitter since 2003. Ortiz played in the MLB for 20 years, fourteen of which he spent in Boston. Ortiz was a fan...

Football Recap

Football Recap

Quentin Walker
October 13, 2016
Filed under Charger Rec & Campus Sports, Sports

With week five in the books and week six right around the corner, the New Haven Chargers are looking to make it four wins in a row since dropping their first two games of the year against Slippery Rock and LIU Post, respectively. The Chargers week six matchup is a road contest against the 1-4 Merrimack ...

Mets Season: In Memoriam

Mets Season: In Memoriam

Sean Kingsepp
October 13, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

The New York Mets’ season came to an end in a devastating 3-0 loss against the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday (October 5) night. Going into the season, the Mets were coming off a tough World Series loss to the Kansas City Royals in just five of seven games. After re-signing slugging outfield...

NBA Season Preview

NBA Season Preview

The Charger Bulletin
October 13, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

by Christopher DiGeronimo     The NBA Preseason is underway, and that means the regular season is just around the corner. I am here to fill you in on what this season has in store. This week I will be giving you a season preview of all 15 Eastern Conference teams. I can guarantee t...

New York Football Continues to Struggle

Billy Sakmann
October 13, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

The New York Giants and New York Jets both came into this season with high expectations. But, through five weeks, both teams have struggled and are in last place in their respective divisions. Showing even more parallels, both teams are also on three game losing streaks. Last year, the Giants sputtered to a 6-10 fi...

The Death of Joy: José Fernández

The Death of Joy: José Fernández

Sean Kingsepp
October 5, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

Many young boys in any country aspire to be extraordinary athletes who become folk heroes or even legends. Growing up in Cúba, José Fernández wanted to play a game he loved for as long as he could. He would play on the same youth team that neighborhood friend, and future major leaguer, Aledmys Diaz did...

NHL World Cup

Angela Tricarico
October 5, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

The first World Cup of Hockey tournament in 12 years has ended with the trophy going to Team Canada. The tournament proved to be a success, but many lessons were learned in the process: one being that Canada itself is in a league entirely of its own. There is no matching the talent coming from Team Canada. The lea...

Red Sox, Mets Play On To Post-Season

Red Sox, Mets Play On To Post-Season

Billy Sakmann
October 5, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

Major League Baseball’s regular season is coming to a close and for twenty of the league’s thirty teams that means five months without baseball. However, the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets were both able to extend their seasons into October. The Red Sox have been in position to make the playoffs for a whi...

Week Five Football Recap

Quentin Walker
October 5, 2016
Filed under Sports

Coming into week five, the Chargers look to send fans home happy with a win on Family Day. Sitting at 2-2, New Haven looks to continue their winning streak as they take on crosstown rival, Southern Connecticut State University. When these two rivals last met, the Chargers’ backfield had a huge day wi...

Charger Football Recap

Charger Football Recap

Quentin Walker
September 30, 2016
Filed under Charger Rec & Campus Sports, Sports

The 1-2 New Haven Chargers looked poised and ready to come out of week four with another win under their belts, the only thing standing between them and that win would be the 0-3 Pace University Setters. The last time the two teams met, the Chargers took a stand on Senior Day last season downing...

Women’s Soccer Earns First Conference Win

Women’s Soccer Earns First Conference Win

Gabriella Deleo
September 30, 2016
Filed under Charger Rec & Campus Sports, Sports

On Tuesday, September 20 the Women’s Soccer team defeated St. Michaels to earn their first NE-10 Conference victory. Although the Chargers did come out on top, it wasn’t without a valiant fight from the Knights. The Chargers set the pace early in the game, dominating possession for the duration...

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