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The Chargers celebrate after the weekend, West Haven, March 26, 2023.

Baseball comes away with a weekend series win over Adelphi

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor March 28, 2023

Teams are tested during conference play to see who can play their best baseball during a long season and make a run for the playoffs. Rivalries come to fruition as players learn what’s at stake and...

Men’s basketball loses 95-58 in first-ever Elite Eight appearance

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor March 23, 2023

The final games leading up to a championship are where teams are truly tested to see if their style of play can stand tall against other top teams in the nation. Every team has gone through the ups and...

New Haven’s Aurora Deshaies drives against SMC, West Haven, Feb. 7, 2023.

Eight is great: WBB wins eighth in a row, beats Saint Michael’s 49-40

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor February 13, 2023

Make it another win. The New Haven women’s basketball team’s win streak has now reached eight games, their longest since the 2018-19 season. On Tuesday night, they came out with a gritty 49-40 win...

DellaCamera Field at North Campus

College sports go beyond the NCAA

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor September 7, 2021

Playing any sport at the collegiate level is an immense accomplishment. Sports culture permeates college campuses as universities and colleges tout their athletic success to attract prospective student...

Power 5 conferences set precedents for other schools amid the pandemic

Power 5 conferences set precedents for other schools amid the pandemic

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor August 31, 2020

As schools begin to return to campus for their respected fall semesters, all eyes are on Power 5 conferences, the Big Ten, South Eastern Conference (SEC), Atlantic Coastal Conference (ACC), Big 12 and...

An empty baseball stadium in lieu of the delay of the MLB season due to COVID-19.

Coronavirus: How is it Affecting Sports?

Alex Cunkle , Staff Writer March 27, 2020

COVID-19 has disrupted sports in a way not seen since World War II. The virus has shut down sports globally. Both amateur and professional leagues have canceled full season and championship tournaments....

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Grand Slam Dooms Chargers Championship Hopes

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor May 16, 2019

Softball ended their season Saturday as they lost to No. 2 LIU Post 6-3 in the NCAA Division II East Region Championship. The Chargers entered the tournament as the No. 7 seed but couldn’t complete the...

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Softball Falls Short in NE-10 Semifinals

Ethan Cardona , Staff Writer May 7, 2019

After an impressive quarter final victory, Thursday over Merrimack, New Haven softball fell to, St. Anselm 5-1 in the semifinal round of the Northeast-10 (NE-10) conference championship. The NE-10 Conference...

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...

Yale Springtime Invitational

Samantha Mathewson May 1, 2013

The New Haven women’s track and field team recorded 27 personal bests in their final meet prior to next weekend’s Northeast-10 Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Junior Monica Yanez and...

UConn Faces Stanford for NCAA Title

The Associated Press April 7, 2010

SAN ANTONIO - As soon as Connecticut was challenged, Maya Moore and the Huskies showed exactly why they’ve won 77 games in a row. One more and they’ll be the first women’s team to go undefeated...

March Madness Brings Unusual Terms to Spotlight

Erin Ennis April 1, 2010

The 2010 March Madness Final Four is unusual at best. Michigan State, West Virginia, Butler, and Duke will come together this week in one of the last stages of the NCAA divisional games. Expected to bring...

Richmond in Top 25 for First Time in 24 Years

The Associated Press February 17, 2010

Chris Mooney and the Richmond Spiders set a bunch of goals before the season, including an Atlantic 10 regular-season title and their first NCAA tournament bid in six years. After two road victories...

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