Chargers Baseball Drops Three on The Road

Chargers Baseball Drops Three on The Road

Anthony Gangemi, Staff Writer

April 20, 2019

The Chargers dropped both games of its Saturday doubleheader and a single game on Sunday last weekend at American International, losing the first by a score of 8-1 and the second by a score of 6-2. The Chargers then lost 12-7 in the single game on Sunday. In both games, the Yellow Jackets were able to...

Chargers Baseball Off to Shaky Start

Chargers Baseball Off to Shaky Start

Kenny Sorrentino, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019

Holding a season standing at 9-11, New Haven Chargers baseball is in a strange position. Going 3-7 over their last 10 hasn’t helped. They are .500 in six games in the NE-10, good enough for   fourth in the Southwest Division.  At the plate, the Chargers are led by junior outfielder Matt Chamberlain, bat...

Postponements in Spring Sports

Postponements in Spring Sports

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019

Playing collegiate softball or baseball in the northeast is no easy task. It often requires multiple layers of compression shirts and double socks to stay warm. But that, of course, is if the games actually get played, as the word “postponed” on the schedule has been a regular occurrence for the Ne...

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...

Charger Chat

Sean Malone

March 12, 2014

This week, Sports Editor Sean Malone sat down with The University of New Haven's baseball head coach, Chris Celano. Coach Celano is entering his third season as head coach of the Chargers and is looking to repeat with UNH as NE-10 Champions again. Sean Malone: You lost a lot of talented players from last season; on offe...

42 Hits a Double

Cameron Hines

May 1, 2013

Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus, Martin Luther King Jr. preached non-violent protesting, and Jackie Robinson was the first black baseball player to play in the major leagues. 42, from writer/director Brian Helgeland, is the story of Jackie Robinson and his impact that he had, not only...

Chargers Jump Back into National Poll, Remain No. 2 in Region

Charger Athletics

May 5, 2010

WEST HAVEN - The University of New Haven baseball team has jumped back into the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) National Poll at No. 22 this week. The Chargers also stayed in the No. 2 spot in the NCAA East Regional Rankings and the NCBWA East Region Poll. The Chargers, coming off ...

Smith Leads Baseball in 7-0 Complete Game Shutout; Chargers Take Game Two 6-2

Charger Athletics

April 28, 2010

WEST HAVEN, Conn. - The University of New Haven baseball team swept Bentley University 7-0, 6-2 Saturday afternoon at Frank Vieira Field. With the two wins, the Chargers improve to 28-9 overall and 16-6 in the Northeast-10 Conference. Bentley falls to 19-20 overall and 12-9 in conference play. Game...

Baseball Wins Two at Merrimack

Charger Athletics

April 21, 2010

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. - The University of New Haven baseball team defeated Merrimack College in two games on Sunday afternoon. The Chargers won the opening game 6-3 and again won the second by a score of 5-4. New Haven improves to 24-9 overall and 12-6 in the Northeast-10 Conference. The Warriors fall...

The Mets Look to Turn Back Clock

Tom Chieppo

April 21, 2010

The Mets are going to be battle tested throughout the regular season. Jerry Manuel’s club is 3 and 6 in their quest for a playoff run in the 2010 season. The schedule is stacked against the Mets as they take on the 6-3 St. Louis Cardinals; a very balanced squad in the National League. However, the Mets are in ...

Did You Know? – History of Baseball & Opening Day

Joann Wolwowicz

April 14, 2010

The origins of baseball have been the subject of debate for more than a century. The sport, as well as the modern bat, ball and running games, and cricket and rounders were developed from earlier folk games. The roots of baseball are English, but similar games have also been played in other parts of...

The Mets Start Season Off Slow

Tom Chieppo

April 14, 2010

An imperative for the Mets started off with them going (1-2) against the Florida Marlins, a team who made 103 errors last season and 254 over the past two. The Mets need to have Jose Reyes in the line-up, and thankfully he has started his workouts. The Mets and skipper Jerry Manuel have to have everything...

Chargers No. 3 in Latest NCBWA East Region Poll

Charger Athletics

April 14, 2010

WEST HAVEN, Conn. - Following a 4-3 week, the University of New Haven baseball team stayed at No. 3 in the most recent edition of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association East Region Poll. The Chargers, who ranked atop the poll three weeks ago, split a doubleheader at Franklin Pierce Unive...

Yankees seize on key Red Sox error

Alex Kratman

April 7, 2010

BOSTON (AP)—The New York Yankees capitalized on a costly fielding error to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-4 in the American League on Tuesday. With two outs in the eighth Boston shortstop Marco Scutaro(notes) fielded Derek Jeter’s(notes) routine grounder and only had to throw to first to retire the...

Obama to Throw Out Ceremonial 1st Pitch

The Associated Press

April 1, 2010

WASHINGTON – Barack Obama will throw out the ceremonial first ball at the Washington Nationals' opener, marking the 100th anniversary of a presidential pitch to start the season. William Howard Taft first did it on April 14, 1910. This will be the 48th time a president has made an opening-day pitch...

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