The Charger Bulletin

Men’s Basketball Loses NE-10 Final

Junior Elijah Bailey goes up against Merrimack in NE-10 Final: Photo Courtesy Anthony Gangemi

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

March 15, 2019

Men’s basketball suffered a heartbreaking defeat Saturday as they lost to the Merrimack Warriors 51-46 for the NE-10 Conference Championship. The Chargers fought to the final buzzer, but two costly turnovers in the final seconds sealed the defeat for New Haven. Both teams came out in the first half ready ...

Men’s Track and Field Ends Successful Regular Season

Photo Courtesy/ Charger Athletics

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

Men’s track and field took home gold for the weight throw at the Spartan Invitational in Staten Island on Jan. 11 as they returned for the season. Senior Michael Kandolin threw a distance of 17.57 meters to secure the gold for the Chargers. This was Kandolin’s second straight gold and the effort was en...

Men’s Basketball Win Coaching for Literacy

Men's Basketball Raises Awareness For Coaching For Literacy

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

February 6, 2019

On Saturday Feb. 2 men’s basketball participated in their annual Coaching for Literacy Awareness game as they took on Southern New Hampshire at Charger Gymnasium. The Chargers defeated the Penmen 76-62 to take sole possession of first place in the NE-10 Southwest Division. The Chargers won on, and...

Men’s Basketball Continues Five-Game Winning Streak

Redshirt sophomore Derrick Rowland shoots ball against Bentley on Jan. 19.

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

January 30, 2019

The Chargers are in the midst of a five-game winning streak after defeating Stonehill on Saturday 98-87 in overtime. This is their second five game winning streak of the season, and their third streak where they have won three or more consecutive games.   The Chargers currently sit in first place in...

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...

Bailey’s Career Night Downs Southern Connecticut

Bailey’s Career Night Downs Southern Connecticut

Zachary Pincince, Contributing Writer

December 5, 2018

The University of New Haven’s men’s basketball team took their undefeated record across the street in a matchup with Southern Connecticut State University. A passionate rivalry between the teams created an intense environment in James Moore Field House Wednesday night. The Chargers fell behind early ...

Men’s Club Soccer Season Opener

Men's Club Soccer Season Opener

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

September 19, 2018

The men’s club soccer team is getting prepared for their fall season. After  some strong development in 2017, the club will look to continue their success. The team closed their spring 2018 campaign with a 3-0 win against Connecticut College on April 21. “Most of our team is returning players wit...

Chargers Compete at Penn Relays and Yale Springtime Invitational

Samantha Mathewson

May 2, 2012

The Men’s and Women’s Track and Field team had a busy weekend. The Chargers traveled to Philadelphia, PA. for the 2012 Penn relays, and they also competed at Yale. The women competed Thursday. Briana Conyers, Alissa Howell, Monica Yanez, and Tiara Mitchell ran the 4x100 meter relay. The team placed...

Second Half Surge Pushes Men’s Soccer Past Stonehill, 2-0

Andy Beardsley

October 6, 2010

WEST HAVEN, Conn. – Senior Nick Pezzente and freshman Gui Dos Santos each scored a goal on Saturday afternoon, lifting the University of New Haven men’s soccer team over Stonehill College, 2-0, at Kayo Field. Pezzente’s first goal of the season proved to be the difference, propelling the Chargers...

Men’s Soccer Builds Towards the Future

Phil Paquette

August 25, 2010

The men’s soccer team will look to rebound after a disappointing year, which included going winless in Northeast-10 conference play. Coach Josh Krusewski will look to build off some positives from last season. One positive was that nine of their starters were either freshmen or sophomores, and they...

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