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Zenger Tapped to Lead Athletics

Zenger Tapped to Lead Athletics

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer

September 10, 2019

On Sept. 4, the University of New Haven  named Sheahon Zenger as the school’s newest director of athletics and recreation. Zenger, the former AD at Division I Kansas, was hired in August to succeed Chris Palmer, who retired in June. At a press conference at Charger Gymnasium on Thursday Steven Ka...

Men’s Soccer Scores First Win

Men’s Soccer Scores First Win

Zachary Pincince, Sports Editor

September 10, 2019

The University of New Haven’s men’s soccer team started their season Friday, Sept. 6 with a home game against the University of Bridgeport. This game was  more personal than others, as was shown on the field. Head coach, Brian Quinn, previously spent 16 years as the head coach for Bridgeport, wher...

Softball off to Good Start

Softball off to Good Start

Kenny Sorrentino, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

The 2019 New Haven Chargers’ softball campaign has been both hot and cold. After winning three out of five at Myrtle Beach’s Snowbird Freeze Out, including a 14-1 victory over Slippery Rock, the team put up a 1-4 record to stand at 4-6. The Chargers have now won six consecutive games to put them a...

Elm City Rivalry Favors Chargers

Elm City Rivalry Favors Chargers

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 29, 2019

There is nothing better in sports than a good crosstown rivalry. For Elm City, that rivalry belongs to the University of New Haven Chargers and the Southern Connecticut State Owls. For decades, these two schools have been battling it out on the field for bragging rights and, more recently, dominance i...

Q&A with Athletic Director, Chris Palmer

Q&A with Athletic Director, Chris Palmer

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 28, 2019

Chris Palmer officially became the director of athletics and recreation on Jan 16, 2018. He is the sixth person to hold this title, coming into the university with 25 years experience in the National Football League, including a 2008 Super Bowl Championship with the New York Giants. He comes back to t...

Baseball Ready to Get Underway

Baseball Ready to Get Underway

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

February 19, 2019

Spring is almost here, and that means baseball is around the corner. The Chargers will look to capitalize on a historic 2018 season, where they set a record for single season wins, going 39-12 overall. The Chargers made it to their second straight NE-10 Championship game but lost to Merrimack in double...

Women’s Basketball Extends Winning Streak to Five Games

Women’s Basketball Extends Winning Streak to Five Games

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

January 30, 2019

The weather may be getting colder, but women’s basketball is heating up. The Chargers have won five games in a row, and they don’t look like they will be slowing down anytime soon. This is the program’s longest winning streak since the 2014-15 season when they won seven games in a row. The t...

Men’s Basketball on Three-Game Skid

Men’s Basketball on Three-Game Skid

Anthony Gangemi, Contributing Writer

December 18, 2018

In what has been a rough week for New Haven, the Chargers dropped their third straight contest Saturday, falling to 5-3 overall. The week began with a disappointing home loss, 57-52, in a match-up against Pace. Looking to bounce back on Saturday, the Chargers fell short once again, this time, 62-55, t...

Women’s Basketball Goes 1-1 on the Week

Women’s Basketball Goes 1-1 on the Week

Majelique Lewis, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018

Women’s basketball had three players in double figures as they defeated Pace 65-55 on Wednesday. The standouts from the game where senior Alexandria Kerr who led the Chargers in scoring with 17 points and six steals. Junior Micah Wormack scored 13 points shooting 5-6 from the field. Brie Pergo...

University Student Uses Basketball to Make a Difference

University Student Uses Basketball to Make a Difference

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

December 17, 2018

Senior sport management major Tyler Collins did not take the traditional route when he came to the University of New Haven. Instead, he decided to use his love of basketball to get involved and make a difference. As a freshman, Collins joined the men’s basketball program as a team manager and be...

Playoff Time for Fantasy Football

Playoff Time for Fantasy Football

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

December 17, 2018

The NFL regular season may still be chugging along, but for fantasy football, the playoffs have just begun. The last two to three weeks of the NFL regular season count as the fantasy football playoffs, depending on what type of league you are in and how many teams are in your league. Week 16 of the ...

Women’s Basketball Falls to Adelphi

Women’s Basketball Falls to Adelphi

Majelique Lewis, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018

Women’s basketball snapped their two-game winning streak after falling to Adelphi, Saturday Nov. 17, 65-59. It was a hard-fought battle for the Chargers as they went back and forth in a game that included 11 lead changes. The biggest lead was held by the Chargers when they were up by 10 in the f...

Volleyball Loses in East Region Semifinal

Volleyball Loses in East Region Semifinal

Zachary Pincince, Contributing Writer

November 20, 2018

The Chargers volleyball team hosted the NCAA East Regional tournament this past weekend and was awarded the number one seed. On Thursday, the Chargers took on the eighth-seeded Saint Anselm Hawks. The Chargers have seen a lot of Saint Anselm recently, having beat them in a close 3-2 match to close ...

Chargers Win NCAA Playoff Thriller

Chargers Win NCAA Playoff Thriller

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

November 20, 2018

New Haven returned to the NCAA playoffs for the first time in six seasons, and they arrived with a vengeance by defeating three-seeded West Chester in a 35-28 shootout on Saturday. After a 17-13 loss in the NE-10 Championship to LIU Post last weekend, the Chargers came out to prove that loss was...

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