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Super Smash Bros. team earns underdog win in Quinnipiac Invitational

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor April 30, 2023

The University of New Haven offers something of interest to everyone on this campus. It may seem difficult to find people with the same interests, but you have a good chance of finding someone just like...

Lacrosse comes away with dominant 19-4 win over Saint Michael’s

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor April 29, 2023

Coming into the final stretch of the regular season, teams are tested to play their best in hopes of playing for a championship. Every game is meaningful, but in the final games, winning is the only thing...

Pitching dominates as softball sweeps doubleheader vs Pace

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor April 21, 2023

Midweek doubleheaders can be a challenge for teams to hit the ground running and put themselves in a position to come away with a win. Coming off another doubleheader earlier in the week, being ready to...

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Lacrosse beats SCSU 19-12 in crucial Elm City rivalry game

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor April 15, 2023

Rivalry games are always ones that are circled on the schedule. Teams prepare during the off-season and in practice to come away with a huge win in such an important game. Some teams are able to rise to...

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Baseball wins fourth in a row led by dominant offensive showing

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor April 7, 2023

Offense is not usually a common find in a midweek matchup between two non-conference opponents. Familiarity with each other is low and there are little to no expectations of what you will see. A one-game...

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...

Lacrosse wins fourth consecutive season opener with 14-9 win over Molloy

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor March 7, 2023

The New Haven women’s lacrosse team got off to a hot start on Wednesday night with a dominant 14-9 win over Molloy University. New Haven did not trail at any point of the game, scoring nine goals in...

The New Haven women’s basketball team wears “Black Lives Matter” shirts against the College of Staten Island, West Haven, Feb. 15, 2023.

WBB comes away with a last-second win, beats Staten Island 56-54

Tyler Wells and Christopher Elwell February 21, 2023

With seconds ticking down and the score tied, the ball was in Camryn DeBose’s hands. On the wing, she crossed over and lowered her shoulder into the defender in front of her. She drove through the...

Dominant offense carries MBB to a big win over Staten Island

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor February 21, 2023

Currently sitting at fourth place in the conference with two games left to play in the regular season,the Chargers' offense was too much for Staten Island on the way to their 16th win of the season. The...

New Haven’s Majur Majak attempts a shot against SMC, West Haven, Feb. 7, 2023.

Men’s basketball wins defensive battle vs. Saint Michael’s

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor February 13, 2023

The New Haven men’s basketball team came away with another win last Tuesday night, earning a big 55-48 win in a defensive battle with Saint Michael’s College. The Chargers were largely in control from...

Members of the field hockey team celebrate after a goal in their win over Pace, West Haven, Oct. 27, 2022.

New Haven fights off late comeback, beats Pace 4-3

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor October 2, 2022

The New Haven field hockey team (2-4, 2-0 NE10) has earned their place in the win column yet again on Tuesday night at Ralph F. Dellacamera Stadium, holding off the Pace Setters (3-4, 0-2 NE10) late comeback...

A winning scorecard from the field hockey game, Oct. 9, West Haven.

Field hockey is back to its winning ways

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor October 12, 2021

With graduate keeper Keira Integlia’s lead, the Chargers field hockey team shut out Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) on Saturday, winning 2-0 over the Penmen. For the fifth time in the season,...

Field hockey continues success, moves to 5-0 in NE-10

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor October 5, 2021

The Chargers field hockey team jumped out early and never looked back, defeating Molloy College 7-1 Tuesday night. Coming off a 1-0 overtime loss to No. 10 Bloomsburg on Sunday, New Haven had something...

NO. 3 Selena Aponte, Freshman

Softball Wins Home Opener

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor March 11, 2020

On Thursday afternoon the Chargers softball team took the field against cross-town rival Southern Connecticut State University Owls. The Chargers have not played since their trip to Florida and in the...

Middle: NO. 20, Senior, Micah Wormack

Women’s Basketball Take-down Bridgeport

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer December 10, 2019

The winter sports season is in full swing as the University of Bridgeport made the trip up I-95 to Charger Gymnasium to face off against the New Haven women’s basketball team. It proved to be a good...

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