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  • Nelson Leads Men's Basketball Past LIU Brooklyn
    December 10, 2017

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. ? You can never really count out Tyler Nelson. And for that reason, you can never really count out the Fairfield University men's basketball team. With LIU Brooklyn making a late bid to steal the game away from the Stags, Nelson saw the shot clock ticking down and knew that he had to make a play. So the senior systematically cut to the basket and with the softest of touches, released the ball toward the basket and watched it roll over the front rim and into the net as the shot clock buzzer sounded.
  • Young Takes Home Gold Medal at the World Para Swimming Championships
    December 07, 2017

    MEXICO CITY, Mexico ? Colleen Young took home some hardware this week including her first ever gold medal as she competed in the 2017 Mexico City World Para Swimming Championships at the Francisco Marquez Olympic Swimming Pool. Young competed in five events winning a medal in three of them as competition began on December 2 and concluded this Thursday.
  • Stags Take on Rhode Island on Monday
    December 10, 2017

    Fairfield travels to Rhode Island on Monday night
  • Fairfield Men’s Basketball to Host Touch-a-Truck, Lil’ Stags Club Day, Holiday Toy Drive and More, Sunday, Dec. 17 at Alumni Hall
    December 07, 2017

    Fairfield University Athletics will host a Touch-a-Truck event as a part of Lil' Stags Club Day at Alumni Hall on Sunday, Dec. 17 when Fairfield Men's Basketball hosts Old Dominion on campus at 1 p.m.
  • Hastings, Wignall, Bobe Collect All-Region Honors
    December 08, 2017

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- With a conference championship and an NCAA tournament appearance tucked away, it seems only fitting that three of the student-athletes that helped the Fairfield University men's soccer team enjoy one of the program's most successful seasons be honored for their role in the Stags' run to the postseason.

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  • Bulldogs Drop Hard-Fought 75-67 Decision At St. Bonaventure
    December 09, 2017
    It wasn?t the result it wanted, but Yale acquitted itself quite well in a difficult atmosphere Saturday. The Bulldogs held a potent St. Bonaventure offense to 39.7 percent shooting, but the Bonnies did just enough offensively to escape with a 75-67 victory before a raucous crowd of 3,913 at the Reilly Center.
  • Bulldogs Set To Face St. Bonaventure On ESPNU
    December 08, 2017
    Yale?s hectic first month is nearing completion. The Bulldogs have already travelled nearly 10,000 miles (9,911 to be exact) on the young season and will tack on another 380 when they head to Olean, New York, on Saturday to face St. Bonaventure. Tipoff at the Reilly Center is slated for 2 p.m. ESPNU has the television coverage with Eric Gallanty on the play-by-play and Malcolm Huckaby providing analysis.
  • Copeland’s Career Night Lifts Bulldogs Over Lehigh
    December 06, 2017
    Yale?s 86-77 victory over Lehigh on Wednesday featured a little bit of everything. The Bulldogs raced out to an early 31-12 lead, watched the Mountain Hawks storm back and go ahead by seven early in the second half and then executed near flawlessly down the stretch to earn perhaps their most impressive win of the season.
  • Yale Back On Road At Lehigh
    December 05, 2017
    Yale and Lehigh played a memorable game last season, an 89-81 Bulldog victory in overtime at Lee Amphitheater. When the teams meet again on Wednesday, this time in Bethlehem, Pa., all indications are it should be another nail biter. Both teams have played challenging schedules and both are among the favorites in their leagues. Tipoff at Stabler Arena is slated for 7 p.m. The game is being televised on Stadium?s 24/7 stations and also will be streamed by the Patriot League Network.
  • Atkinson Named Ivy League Rookie Of Week
    December 04, 2017
    Paul Atkinson, who helped the Bulldogs win two of three games during a busy week, has been named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week.