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RECSports Crowns Season One Champions

Kat Wilberding

October 29, 2008


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The battles have been waged, the games have been won, and a champion has been found for each division of every sport. How We Doin came out on top in fiddle stx beating Team Dynasty in the final and ending Season One with an undefeated season. Acme Roofing was the victor in men's volleyball and finished...

Cross Country Compete in NE-10 Championships

The Charger Bulletin

October 29, 2008


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COLCHESTER, Vt. -The University of New Haven men's and women's cross country teams competed in the Northeast-10 Cross Country Championships on Saturday hosted by Saint Michael's College. The men's team totaled 214 team points en route to an eighth place finish, while the women's team totaled 248 team...

Hilaire Joins Teammates on Senior Day

The Charger Bulletin

October 29, 2008


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WEST HAVEN -University of New Haven men's soccer player James Hilaire returned to Kayo Field Saturday afternoon for the first time since he suffered a head injury in a game on September 23 against Merrimack College. Saturday was Senior Day for the Chargers who recognized the team's four seniors, including...

Jonsson’s 37th Minute Goal Lifts UNH Over Bentley

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


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WEST HAVEN--The University of New Haven women's soccer team defeated the visiting Bentley College Falcons 1-0 Saturday afternoon. The Chargers improve to 7-6-1 overall and 5-4-0 in the Northeast-10 Conference and the Falcons fall to 3-10-1 overall and 1-7-1 in conference play.Åsa Jonsson scored her ...

Men’s Soccer Gets Tripped Up By Bentley

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WALTHAM, Mass.--Despite taking a 1-0 lead early in the first half, the visiting University of New Haven men's soccer team fell 6-2 to Bentley College on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 11. The Chargers are now 3-9-0, 2-6-0 NE-10, while the Falcons improve to 5-6-2, 2-5-2 NE-10. Just over five minutes into the ga...

Yankees Need To Catch Up Quickly

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


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Over the past few weeks it has been hard to be a New York Yankees fan. Yankees fans have seen the end of an era with the last game of the old Yankee Stadium. They have also seen the Yankees not reach the playoffs for the first time in 13 years. Most shockingly of all, they have witnessed both the Tampa...

RECSports Season One Comes to a Close

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


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WEST HAVEN--The regular season games for Season One were wrapped up for the most part this week. Guess what that means? PLAYOFFS! Many people have asked when playoffs are. The schedule will be posted on the RECSports' bulletin board in the Rec Center along with current standings and Quest scores.Wit...

Soccer Returns with Victory Over AIC

The Charger Bulletin

October 7, 2008


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WEST HAVEN--The University of New Haven men's soccer team grabbed a 4-2 victory Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4, over the visiting American International College Yellow Jackets in their first match since the injury to goalkeeper James Hilaire. The Chargers improve to 3-7-0 overall and 2-4-0 in the Northeast-10...

Oh Fiddle Stx

Kat Wilberding

October 7, 2008


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WEST HAVEN--Fiddle Stx! That's right I said, "Fiddle Stx!" with no 'i.' This miniature indoor version of lacrosse is the third and final sport of RECSports' first season. Fiddle stx games are played on Wednesday and Thursday nights and wrap up the week of intramurals sports very nicely.If you haven't...

Favre Proves His Worth Against Arizona

Erin Ennis

October 7, 2008


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When week four of the NFL season started, I was not looking for too much astonishment. Some of the best teams in the league were on byes and the match ups (minus the excitement in the NFC East and Scobee having to be a kicking hero, again) were relatively boring to the say the least. However, I and most...

Students Revive UNH Hockey Team

Zack Rosen

October 7, 2008


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WEST HAVEN--Back in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the University of New Haven had a Division III hockey team. Unfortunately this quickly dispersed and as the university started to rapidly grow, the hockey team was quickly forgotten by most. But not all.Over the summer, freshman Jeff Cafarchio (right wing...

Soccer Falls Against Assumption

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


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WORCHESTER--The University of New Haven women's soccer team fell 3-0 in Northeast-10 Conference action Sunday afternoon, Sept. 28 against Assumption College. The Chargers fall to 5-4-1 overall and 3-2-0 in the NE-10 this season.After holding the Greyhounds scoreless the entire first half the Charger...

Competition Heats Up for RECSports

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


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WEST HAVEN--The RECSports' volleyball league has kept the Rec Center's Monday and Tuesday nights very lively. The matches this week were especially exciting as playoffs are in the near future and teams continue to fight for the win. The favored sport of the season, volleyball, has three divisions in play: me...

Yankee Stadium Goes Out with Class

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


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A few weeks ago, I gave my opinions on the Yankees getting a new stadium and how I did not like the idea of it at all. But after watching the final home game on Sunday night, Sept. 21, I give the Yankees organization all the credit in the world on how they conducted the ceremony as well as the entire...

Thank God for Football

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Opinion & Editorials, Sports

Fall is just beginning; the leaves are changing colors, the night is coming earlier. For a student, it means back to the tough school schedule and the end of summer fun. However, there is one great thing that comes with the season of fall: the season of football.Some tailgate, others cancel all Sunday ...

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