The Fairfield University and Hofstra University men's basketball teams will play an exhibition game on Monday, October 23 to raise funds for hurricane relief efforts that have affected residents in Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The game is scheduled for a 7 p.m. tip on-campus at Fairfield's George Bisacca Court at Alumni Hall.
Brad Orban earned a straight-set win over Harvard's Grant Solomon to advance to the second round of the ITA Northeast Regional Championship on Thursday at the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center in New Haven. Orban is one of five student-athletes representing Fairfield University Men's Tennis at the event.
Fairfield University Volleyball begins the second round of Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) play this weekend as Manhattan and Iona visit George Bisacca Court at Alumni Hall. First serve for both matches is slated for 1 p.m.
RIVERDALE, N.Y. -- Another strong defensive effort sent the Fairfield University men's soccer team to a 1-0 win at Manhattan College on Wednesday night, sending the Stags into second place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC). The result was the goalkeeper Gordon Botterill's third straight shutout, extending his scoreless minutes streak to 317 minutes. As a team, Fairfield has yielded just one goal in the last five games which includes four clean sheets.
Single-game tickets for the upcoming Fairfield University Basketball season are on sale now! Visit FairfieldStags.com/TIX for links to purchase tickets for every game set to be played at George Bisacca Court at Alumni Hall and Webster Bank Arena this season.
With practices underway in preparation for the 2017-18 basketball season, the Hartford men's basketball team has designated the home game against Boston College on Dec. 2 as the Capital City's Game of the Year.
Quinnipiac men?s basketball head coach Tom Moore has announced the hiring of Tony Newsom as an assistant coach heading into the 2015-16 season. Newsom comes to Quinnipiac after four seasons as the associate head coach at Fairfield University.
Former Quinnipiac University men?s basketball standout Ousmane Drame (Boston, Massachusetts) has inked his first professional contract over in Spain, as the 6-9 forward has signed a contract with FIATC Joventut, as announced on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 by the franchise. The deal is a two-year contract.
Former Quinnipiac men's basketball standout Evan Conti (Bayside, N.Y.) will begin his professional playing career over in Israel, as the 6-4 guard has signed a contract with Hapoel Be'er Sheva, announced on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015 by the franchise. Terms of the contract have not been disclosed.
Quinnipiac men's basketball legend Frank Vieira visited the University's TD Bank Sports Center on Monday, Aug. 3. The Bobcats' all-time leading scorer is Quinnipiac's 2015 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Honor Roll selection.
Three members of the 2014-15 Quinnipiac men's basketball team have been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court. The NABC honored Zaid Hearst (Bethesda, Md.), Justin Harris (Paterson, N.J.) and Emanuel Binyam (Rockville, Md.) ? a second straight selection for all three student-athletes.
Sacred Heart hoops will be featured in four of the Northeast Conference?s record setting 22 games to be televised on ESPN platforms for the 2017-18 season as announced by the league office Wednesday afternoon. Both the men?s and women?s basketball programs will appear in two contests, all in the month of February.
On Tuesday, the Bulldogs learned they had been picked second in the official Ivy League Preseason media poll. Yale received the most first-place votes (8) and had 118 points, three fewer than Harvard. On Wednesday, James Jones, The Joel E. Smilow, Class of 1954 Head Coach of the Bulldogs, discussed the upcoming season on the league?s annual preseason media teleconference.
If the prognosticators prove correct, it should be quite a battle for the Ivy League men?s basketball title this winter. In the official league preseason poll, released today, Yale received eight of the 17 first-place votes from the media panel, but Harvard was projected to finish first. The Crimson (six first-place votes) had 121 points, three more than the Bulldogs. Defending champion Princeton received three first-place votes and had 114 points.
Blue Madness is back. The Yale men?s and women?s basketball teams will celebrate the start of what should be exciting 2017-18 seasons with Blue Madness on Thursday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at the John J. Lee Amphitheater in Payne Whitney Gym (70 Tower Parkway, New Haven). Admission and parking is free and there will be plenty of on-court entertainment.
The Yale men?s basketball team is proud to host New Haven Community Day this Saturday at the Lanman Center inside Payne Whitney Gym. The Bulldogs will put on a free clinic from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. for New Haven public school children and their parents. The clinic is open to children in grades 6 and under.