The Charger Bulletin

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

NO.10 Derrick Rowland, Redshirt Junior.

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 in overtime. The Chargers came out strong in the first half and held the lead over the Hawks for...

Men’s Soccer at Stonehill

Men's Soccer at Stonehill

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor

October 14, 2019

University of New Haven came to a Saturday men’s soccer match against the Stonehill College Skyhawks looking to pick up their first conference win, but despite two overtimes, they weren’t able to do so. Things got off to a rocky start at 11 minutes into the game when Stonehill scored to take ...

Football Loses to Bentley

Football Loses to Bentley

Lyndsay Miller, Contributing Writer

October 14, 2019

An early scoring surge by the Chargers was not enough to win Friday’s game as they fell to Bentley University under the lights, 31-14.  The game started off well for the Chargers, who were off to a 14-point lead in the first quarter before failing to convert for the rest of the game.  This ...

Women’s Soccer at Adelphi

Women's Soccer at Adelphi

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor

October 8, 2019

On Saturday, Oct. 5, Adelphi University Panthers defeated the University of New Haven Chargers women’s soccer team, 1-0, at Garden City, New Jersey. The Chargers came into the match with a record of 2-6-1, while the Panthers came 5-2.  The first half was a defensive battle between the two t...

Men’s Soccer Loses

Men's Soccer Loses

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

With three goals scored by American International College (AIC) in the second half of their Saturday match with University of New Haven, the Chargers men’s soccer lost at home, 3-0. The Chargers appeared to have scored the game’s opening goal on a shot by senior Nate Peduzzi, but the play was cal...

Chargers Season Opener

Chargers Season Opener

Lyndsay Miller, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2019

Chargers football team fell short in their season opener at Indiana University in Pennsylvania, on Saturday, Sept. 8.  The Chargers let in two touchdowns before getting themselves on the board. Although New Haven led in both rushing and passing yards on the day, they were unable to cut their deficits a...

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 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...

Men’s Basketball Drops Exhibition at Seton Hall

Men's Basketball Drops Exhibition at Seton Hall

Anthony Gangemi, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2018

On Friday, New Haven basketball kicked off their 2018-2019 season with an exhibition match against Division 1 opponent, Seton Hall. After a promising finish to last season, the Chargers have high expectations this year, and they are projected to finish second in the Southwest Division in the Northeast-10 Co...

Football Loses in NE-10 Championship

The Chargers Faced off against LIU Post in the NE-10 Chapmionship

Kenny Sorrentino, Business Manager

November 14, 2018

The New Haven Chargers football team came up one yard short at LIU Post on Saturday, Nov. 10, in the NE10 Championship, as they lost 17-14. The first quarter consisted of a quick New Haven three-and-out followed by a Pioneers turnover on downs. The Chargers had a long drive of 11 plays and nearl...

Chargers Fall to St. Anselm in NE-10 Quarter Final

Chargers Fall to St. Anselm in NE-10 Quarter Final

Majelique Lewis, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018

The Chargers took a tough loss at home to St. Anselm on Tuesday as they were swept in three sets, knocking them out of the NE-10 Tournament.  The Chargers entered the tournament as the number one seed. The Chargers now fall to 25-5 on the season as they await the NCAA selection show on Sunday Nov. ...

Women’s Soccer Continues to Struggle

Women's Soccer Continues to Struggle

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer

October 3, 2018

The women’s soccer team finished last week on the short end of the stick, with losses to Southern New Hampshire Wednesday (Sept. 27) and the College of Saint Rose Saturday (Sept. 29). Wednesday’s meeting with the Penmen got off to a slow start, with not many shots on goal. In fact, there were ...

Field Hockey Drops Tough Match against Merrimack

Field Hockey Drops Tough Match against Merrimack

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

October 2, 2018

Field hockey welcomed nationally-ranked Merrimack to the blue turf of DellaCamera stadium on Saturday. The Chargers second half comeback came up short as they lost 4-2.    The warriors were able to get out to a quick 2-0 lead to start the first half, scoring both goals within the first 10 minute...

What I learned from growing up with a disability

Caitlin Duncan

November 12, 2014

When I was seven years old, I failed my hearing test. I was diagnosed with sensorineural hearing loss and began wearing two hearing aids shortly after. Over the past twelve years of living with this disability, here’s what I’ve learned. 1.There are genuinely mean people in the world. I’ve heard it all. I’ve been called e...

Charger Football Suffers Loss in NCAA Quarterfinals, 27-7

Charger Athletics

December 7, 2011

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - The University of New Haven football team, nationally ranked No. 5/11 fell, 27-7 to No. 3/4 Winston-Salem State University Saturday afternoon in the NCAA Division II Football Championship Quarterfinal Round in North Carolina. With the loss, the Chargers conclude their 20...

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