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Competition Heats Up for RECSports

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Sports

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


Filed under Sports

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 ...

Simpson Back in Court

Heather Brown

September 24, 2008


Filed under Global News, Sports

Former football star O.J. Simpson is once again making headlines. He is currently on trial for an incident that occurred in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prosecutors allege that Simpson and co-defendant, Clarence Stewart, met two memorabilia dealers in a hotel room in order to get back personal items taken from Simpson after the death of his ex-wife, Nicole...

RECSports Kicks Off Season with Soccer

Kat Wilberding

September 24, 2008


Filed under Sports

WEST HAVEN--On Sunday, Sept. 14, RECSports literally kicked off Season One sports with outdoor soccer. On a hot and muggy Sunday, students came out to Kayo field to play an afternoon full of games in the Co-REC and Men's Divisions. Hopefully it will cool off a little for next week's games. For all of those students playing, humid or not, remember...

RECSports

Kat Wilberding

September 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN--Many people may not know that the RECSports program, offered at the Campus Rec Center, actually has existed longer than the Campus Rec building has been open. The RECSports Program was spear-headed by Morgan Rocheleau, Assistant Director of Campus Recreation, in the fall of last year. Though green, the RECSports program was still the ...

Brady’s Injury Means Trouble for Pats

johnoko

September 17, 2008


Filed under Global News, Sports

 Going into the first Sunday of the 2008 NFL season, the main story was Bret Favre's first regular season game with the Jets. However by the end of that day the story around the league was that Tom Brady had been seriously injured against the Kansas City Chiefs. Brady, who connected on a pass to Randy Moss, was hit in the left leg by Brandon Polla...

Women’s Soccer Falls in Season Opener vs. Adelphi

The Charger Bulletin

September 4, 2008


Filed under Sports

WEST HAVEN--The University of New Haven women's soccer team fell by a score of 1-2 to Adelphi University Thursday afternoon, Aug. 28 in their opening match of the season.Former East Coast Conference opponent Adelphi University opened scoring with a shot that was scored off a rebound in the opening min...

The House That the Boss Built

johnoko

September 4, 2008


Filed under Sports

NEW YORK--After the 2008 season, Yankee Stadium will close its doors forever to move across the street to a new stadium. Yes it will still be called Yankee Stadium but it will not be the real Yankee Stadium.Since 1923 Yankee Stadium has sat on 161st Street and River Ave. and had been a true baseball ca...

Women’s Soccer Picked to Finish Sixth in NE-10 Preseason Poll

The Charger Bulletin

August 27, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

SOUTH EASTON, Mass.--The University of New Haven women's soccer team has been picked to finish sixth in their first-ever Northeast-10 Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll.The Chargers finished with 128 points, just 13 points out of fifth place. The women's soccer team finished last season 12-7-2 overall and...

Women’s Volleyball Picked to Finish Second

The Charger Bulletin

August 27, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

SOUTH EASTON, Mass.--The University of New Haven women's volleyball team has been picked to finish second according to the 2008 Northeast-10 Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll.The Chargers, who lost in the East Coast Conference (ECC) Championship game last year, finished with 201 total points, 20 behind p...

Brett Favre Tries On a New Shade of Green

johnoko

August 27, 2008


Filed under Sports

What was probably the biggest sports story over the summer months was the Brett Favre situation. The whole Favre saga in fact started on Mar. 4 when Favre announced his retirement. A very emotional Favre gave a press conference and through many tears announced he was done playing in the NFL. There were however some people that...

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