BUFFALO, N.Y. ? Head coach Anthony Bruno has been preaching the same goal to his team since the beginning of the season "Win the MAAC" and the Fairfield women's swimming and diving team did just that. After four days of fantastic competition in Buffalo, N.Y., the Stags held off rival Marist and won their first ever MAAC Championships.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. ? You could take the storylines from today's game, write them on post-it notes, stick them to the wall, and throw a dart at the group. And where ever the dart landed would be an appropriate way to tell the story of the Fairfield University men's basketball 102-98 double-overtime win over Quinnipiac University this afternoon.
Fairfield University Men's Lacrosse picked up its first win of 2018 on Saturday afternoon with an 11-6 victory at Saint Joseph's. Three Stags recorded three points on the day, including a hat trick for Brendan Quinn.
Fairfield University Men's Swimming and Diving scored in four events on the final day of competition at the 2018 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championships. The Stags wrapped up an eighth place team finish with their showing on Saturday at Erie Community College.
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.
SHU closes the home portion of its 2017-18 schedule Saturday when it hosts Mount St. Mary?s on Senior Day. The pregame Senior Day ceremony will take place at 12:50 p.m. The first 100 SHU students in attendance Saturday will receive a Senior Day t-shirt.
Redshirt-Senior De?von Barnett scored his 1,000th career point Saturday afternoon as the Sacred Heart men?s basketball team earned a crucial 67-50 win over the Central Connecticut Blue Devils at Detrick Gymnasium.
One dry spell went a long way in spoiling Makai Mason?s return to the Yale lineup. Chris Lewis scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures as Harvard held off the Bulldogs 64-49 in a late-night affair at a packed Lavietes Pavilion.
Yale?s offense picked up right where it left off in last weekend?s sweep of Columbia and Cornell. The Bulldogs shot 47 percent from the field, better when it mattered, and had 21 assists in a surprisingly easy 77-65 victory over Dartmouth at Leede Arena that wasn?t as close as the final score indicated.
The Bulldogs begin the stretch run of Ivy League play with a trip across New England. Yale is at Dartmouth on Friday at 7 p.m. before a late Saturday date with Harvard. Friday?s game can be viewed on WatchESPN and the Ivy League Network, while Saturday?s 9:30 p.m. contest will be televised across the nation on ESPNU. Will Flemming will handle the play-by-play while Columbia grad Dalen Cuff provides analysis.
Miye Oni?s full game was on display in Yale?s weekend sweep of Columbia and Cornell. He averaged 18 points, 6.5 rebounds and 6.0 assists in the two games and has been rewarded by being selected as the Ivy League Player of the Week.
A night after scoring 88 points, Yale relied more on its defense to earn an important victory. The Bulldogs limited high-powered Cornell to 43 percent shooting from the field in a much-needed 74-65 victory over the Big Red before a nice Youth Day crowd at the John J. Lee Amphitheater.