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New Haven wide receiver Kasi Hazard celebrates after scoring a touchdown against AIC, West Haven, Sept. 17, 2022

Football surges in second half, beat AIC 54-26

Tyler Wells, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2022

In front of a sold out crowd of over 4,000 for Family Day, the New Haven football team ran away with a 54-26 victory over visiting American International College. The defense rallied in the second half,...

Giana Caprioli (right), NE10 Defensive Player of the Week, after the draw in the game against Saint Anselm. West Haven, April 24, 2022.

​​Chargers accrue athletic honors to close out the regular season

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor May 4, 2022

While the regular season is winding down for the Northeast-10, the New Haven Chargers continue to accumulate the accolades. Baseball, lacrosse, track and field and tennis all took home individual or team...

A pair of cleats sponsored by Know Your Rights Campaign.

Including athletes in political conversation

Christopher Elwell, Contributing Writer March 8, 2022

Perspective In the realm of athletics, players from various sports try to advocate for change in the world. Professional and amateur leagues have made it known that they want to be involved in eliminating...

Beckerman Recreation Center Staff Steven Dradis, Jessica Scibek and Marissa Vittorio.

New director of campus plans to redefine club sports

Elisa D'Egidio and Joe Klaus September 28, 2021

From early in the morning until late at night, the Beckerman Recreation Center is up and running with new faces, leading activities for everyone. Jess Scibek has been made the new director of campus...

Panthers defeat Chargers in first Field Hockey game

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor September 3, 2021

In their opening game of the 2021 season, the Chargers Field Hockey team held their own against Adelphi University that bolstered two returning All-Americans. Senior Alexis Rider broke the scoring stalemate...

Baseball splits with Southern

Baseball splits with Southern

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor April 27, 2021

The Chargers honored their five graduating seniors in their doubleheader slate against cross-town rival, Southern Connecticut State University, on Saturday. The Chargers took game one of the doubleheader,...

Sports stigma: The real life of a college athlete

Joe Klaus, Sport Editor April 13, 2021

TV shows, movies and real-life stories have commonly and inaccurately portrayed student-athletes. In 2010, the television show “Blue Mountain State,” depicted the crazed life of a fictional Division...

Sports weekend update

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor April 9, 2021

This weekend, the Chargers baseball and softball series against American International College have been postponed per the established institutional and conference health protocols. The softball team was...

Chargers baseball loses game three of a four-game set

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor April 6, 2021

After outsourcing Adelphi 19-5 on Saturday, it was the same university’s bats that woke up on Monday, taking game three against the Chargers 7-4. After being held quiet on Saturday, the Adelphi Panthers...

University of New Haven seeks to upgrade athletic status

Lindsay Giovannone, Contributing Writer March 30, 2021

The University of New Haven has begun the ambitious process of becoming an NCAA Division 1 (D1) school. Director of Athletics and Recreation at the university, Sheahon Zenger, said that this movement is...

Softball sweeps Malloy

Softball sweeps Malloy

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor March 27, 2021

The softball team took to the diamond for their third straight homestand when they hosted the undefeated Malloy Lions on March 25. In front of cardboard cutouts and students in the stands, they made their...

Tennis takes 4-3 thriller over Division I Providence College

Tennis takes 4-3 thriller over Division I Providence College

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer March 23, 2021

On March 21, New Haven made a comeback from three points down, taking a 4-3 victory over the Big East's Providence College for the team's first season win against a Division I (DI) opponent under head...

Levitt and Holland each score twice as #15/18 lacrosse drops Sunday bout with Le Moyne

Levitt and Holland each score twice as #15/18 lacrosse drops Sunday bout with Le Moyne

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer March 22, 2021

Freshman Cypress Levitt and senior Emily Holland each scored a pair of goals on the afternoon as No. 15/18 women's lacrosse dropped a 13-6 decision to No. 4/3 Le Moyne at Kathy Zolad Stadium on March 20. For...

Progress in the pandemic: Fans to return to New York sporting events

Lyndsay Miller, Contributing Writer March 9, 2021

For the first time in almost a year, sports fans in New York will be allowed to attend events at venues with 10,000 seats or more, with proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72-hours of the game. In...

Charger Sports Spotlight: Megan McLoughlin

Charger Sports Spotlight: Megan McLoughlin

Tyler Garnet, Contributing Writer March 9, 2021

This edition of Charger Sports Spotlight features Megan McLoughlin, a junior health science major from Long Island and a defender on the Women's Lacrosse Team. After graduation, she plans on applying for...

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