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An overhead view from the Polar Plunge, West Haven, March 5, 2023.

SAAC brings together campus community to raise money for third annual Make-a-Wish Week

Justin Coviello and Andrea Rojas March 7, 2023

Sunshine, blue skies, a light breeze and the sound of waves lapping the shore greeted a crowd of student athletes, friends and families at Prospect Beach at Abbott Park in West Haven. After a few gloomy...

Gabby Buscemi stops a shot from Saint Anslem, West Haven, April 23, 2022.

Women’s lacrosse ground Hawks, win 10-6

Tyler Wells, Managing Editor April 26, 2022

The New Haven women’s lacrosse team took home a 10-6 win over No. 20 Saint Anselm College on Saturday. The game capped off a day spent celebrating the team’s graduating class, as they were honored...

Baseball starts off series strong against Pace

Christopher Elwell, Contributing Writer April 8, 2022

The New Haven baseball team started their March 26 weekend series against Pace University on a high note, coming off a 7-4 victory. In an all-around team win, the Chargers were able to put together timely...

Outside the Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, West Haven, 2021.

A historic overview of university athletic accolades

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor March 1, 2022

The University of New Haven has a rich history in athletics and prides itself not only in athletes’ accomplishments on their respective teams but in their academics as well. New Haven became an NCAA...

Track and field competes in Wheaton meet, prepares for championships

Joe Klaus, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

The men’s and women’s track teams recently traveled to Massachusetts to compete in the Wheaton Pre-Post Season meet at Wheaton College. In their final meet ahead of the Conference Championships, the...

university of new haven transition of leadership

Board of Governors announces University of New Haven transition of leadership

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor February 18, 2022

The University of New Haven Board of Governors (BOG) has unanimously approved an official transition of leadership over the next two years. The new plan, starting on July 1, names Pres. Steven Kaplan the...

Field hockey pulls off playoffs upset over Bentley

Field hockey pulls off playoffs upset over Bentley

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor November 4, 2021

The seventh seed New Haven field hockey team made their first playoff game in program history a special one, as they pulled off a 1-0 upset over the second seed no. 8 Bentley University on Monday. It took...

Baseball is Back… Sort of

Baseball is Back… Sort of

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer May 6, 2020

For sports fans across the globe, the past month has felt quiet and empty. With the suspension of sports after the COVID-19 outbreak, fans have turned to archived footage of games from years. However,...

Senior Womens Lacrosse

Senior Women’s Lacrosse

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor May 5, 2020

This week’s Senior Day will focus on the women’s lacrosse team. This group of seniors leaves behind an impressive resume. They had an overall record of 41-18, amassed 553 saves, 226 goals, 132 assists,...

Senior Day: Baseball

Senior Day: Baseball

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor April 21, 2020

This week’s Senior Day will focus on the baseball team. This group of seniors was one of the most successful classes to come through the University of New Haven. In their freshman year, they won the...

“My Time as a Charger”

“My Time as a Charger”

Alex Cunkle, Staff Writer March 24, 2020

In March 2015, I knew I wanted to be a part of the Charger family and was lucky enough to be given that opportunity shortly after. I studied the culture before I came to the university. The Charger family...

NO. 11 Camryn DeBose, Sophomore

Women’s Basketball Season Recap

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer March 11, 2020

With a 55-44 loss at Saint Anselm on Sunday, the New Haven women’s basketball team concluded their season in the NE10 Quarterfinals. The Chargers were able to find success during the year, finishing...

NO.10 Derrick Rowland, Redshirt Junior.

Charger’s Men’s Basketball Loses a Heartbreaker to #1 Seed Saint Anselm

Alex Cunkle, Contributing Writer March 11, 2020

The New Haven Chargers fought a hard 45 minutes in the championship game against Saint Anselm Hawks, but unfortunately, the basketball gods were not on their side today, and the Hawks won by two points...

NO. 25 Jovanna Hillman, Junior.

Recap of Charger Softball Trip to Florida

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer February 21, 2020

Though it may not feel like it in the Northeast, it is finally time to welcome spring sports as the New Haven softball team got their campaign underway down in Florida last weekend. The Chargers got to...

Womens Lacrosse Season Preview

Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview

Zachary Pincince, Sports Editor February 12, 2020

With the spring sports season in a few short weeks, the Chargers women’s lacrosse team is getting ready for another competitive year. Coming off a solid 12-7 season last year, and an exit in the NE-10...

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