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Mets in London

Mets in London

Sean Kingsepp
September 30, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

Newly elected London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, graced the United States with his presence this week and took in a New York Mets game while he was at it. After throwing out the ceremonial first pitch on Sunday, Khan spoke with Mets owner Fred Wilpon about possibly playing at London’s Olympic Stadium in the near fut...

Could the Patriots Go Undefeated… Again?

Could the Patriots Go Undefeated… Again?

Billy Sakmann
September 30, 2016
Filed under National Sports, Sports

Dunkin Donut’s offers medium coffee’s for only 87 cents any day after the New England Patriots win, a nod to their superstar tight end Rob Gronkowksi, who wears the number 87. Expect to see a lot of 87 cent coffees sold this season. With a third-string, rookie quarterback under center, and G...

Women’s Volleyball Sweeps the Queens College Knights

Women’s Volleyball Sweeps the Queens College Knights

Gabriela Przybylek
September 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

The lady Charger’s faced the Queen’s College Knights on Friday evening (September 9) in the Charger Gymnasium and were cheered on by many of their fellow classmates as well as athletes from other U.N.H. athletic teams. The Charger Gymnasium was undoubtedly hot on Friday, but the heat did not seem to ph...

UNH Football Looks to Bounce Back

Quentin Walker
September 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

With week one in the books, the University of New Haven Chargers look to bounce back after a rough loss to #12 Slippery Rock University by a score of 31-28. Even though, the Chargers scored 28-unanswered points going into the third quarter, they could not keep The Rock from coming back and winning th...

Women’s Soccer Defeats St. Thomas Aquinas in Shutout

Women’s Soccer Defeats St. Thomas Aquinas in Shutout

Gabriella Deleo
September 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

Late Thursday afternoon proved to be an exciting time for the Women’s Soccer team as the Chargers took on regional opponent, St. Thomas Aquinas, to mark their third game of the season. At the onset, the two teams seemed to be evenly matched; however, as the game progressed, the Chargers gained m...

A Look at the World Cup of Hockey

A Look at the World Cup of Hockey

Angela Tricarico
September 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

While some NHL rivalries are being swept aside in the name of national pride, others are being renewed for the first time since the 2014 Sochi Olympics as the World Cup of Hockey begining in Toronto on September 17.  It is the first time since 2004 that a World Cup title will be awarded for Hockey; nat...

UNH Football Falls on Slippery Rock

Quentin Walker
September 7, 2016
Filed under Sports

The University of New Haven Chargers went in ready for their week one game against number eleven ranked team in the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Slippery Rock University. The Chargers, coming off a 7-4 record last season and a heartbreaking loss to the Assumption Greyhounds in the NE-...

Women’s Volleyball Looks to a Successful Season

Mirinda Osmen
September 7, 2016
Filed under Sports

Before most of campus returned for the semester, the Chargers were revving up for the fall athletic season. Boasting 10 consecutive trips to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament, the Women’s Volleyball team looks to continue their trend of excellence. This will be the team...

In Case You Missed the Olympics

Riley Knebes
September 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Music, National Sports, Sports

This year, Brazil hosted the Summer Olympic Games, otherwise known as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, in Rio De Janeiro. Over the course of 17 days, from August 5th to August 21st, the world came together as one to spectate countries battling for the gold. The first Olympic games started over 3,000 years ago in Gr...

Professional Women’s Ice Hockey is Coming to Connecticut

Angela Tricarico
October 14, 2015
Filed under Sports

It seems women’s ice hockey gets lost in the hype of men’s ice hockey, as do most women’s sports, but the USA’s Women’s National Ice Hockey Team is actually an extremely successful team. They’ve placed first in two of the last three world championships, and won medals in the past four Olympic...

A New Coach’s Approach

Riley Knebes
September 2, 2015
Filed under Charger Rec & Campus Sports, Sports

What do you think of when you think about summer? Do you think of the sun? The sand? That’s not what the cross country runners of University of New Haven are thinking about. Summer means the start of the cross country training season. An intense and exhausting program, it requires these runners...

Olympian Phaidra Knight visits the UNH Women’s Rugby Club

The Charger Bulletin
September 22, 2014
Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports, University of New Haven

By Annalisa Berardinelli Senior Sarah Alley founded the University of New Haven Women’s Rugby Club in the spring 2014 semester. The club has slowly grown to 37 members and is actively competing in matches. The two coaches, Ray Peterson and Alycia Washington, have been training and educating the...

Women’s Rugby tackles their first game

The Charger Bulletin
September 17, 2014
Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports, University of New Haven

By Annalisa Berardinelli The UNH Women’s Rugby Club is new to the University of New Haven. The growing team of 25 hit the ground running Sunday, Sept 14 in their first match against Southern Connecticut State University. Though the team suffered a loss, each player played extremely well. During...

No. 10/11 West Chester Holds off Chargers, 35-30, in Season Opener at DellaCamera Stadium

Charger Athletics
September 10, 2014
Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports, University of New Haven

WEST HAVEN, Conn. – Before a crowd of 3,291 fans at Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, the University of New Haven football team was edged in its season opener, 35-30, by No. 10/11 nationally-ranked West Chester. Joey Bradley (Issaquah, Wash./Issaquah / University of North Dakota) went 32-for-48 for 311...

Chargers Chosen Atop Northeast-10 Coaches’ Preseason Poll

Charger Athletics
September 3, 2014
Filed under Charger Rec & Campus Sports, Sports, University of New Haven

SOUTH EASTON, Mass. – The two-time defending Northeast-10 Conference champion University of New Haven women’s volleyball team was voted atop the 2014 NE-10 Coaches’ Preseason Poll, as announced today by the conference office. The Chargers have won four NE-10 Championships and six consecutive NE-10...

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