The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Fritz-Ward lifts women’s ice hockey over UNH

Ian McCracken

November 16, 2013

Quinnipiac women’s hockey sealed a victorious alumni weekend Saturday with a 2-1 win over the University of New Hampshire thanks to the late game heroics of junior center Morgan Fritz-Ward. Late in the third period the Bobcats...

Bobcats aim for record-season repeat

Ian McCracken

November 13, 2013

Last season, the Quinnipiac women’s basketball team played its best season in program history, going undefeated in conference play, 30-3 overall and eventually losing to Maryland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. “We’ve...

Martin leads women’s basketball past North Carolina A&T

Ian McCracken

November 8, 2013

If there was any uncertainty for the Bobcats before their game against North Carolina A&T, it was swept away the second the ball was tipped. “The nerves were clearly there going into the game,” Quinnipiac head coach...

Field hockey faces familiar foe

Ian McCracken

November 6, 2013

In the past two seasons, the Quinnipiac field hockey team found itself in the playoffs only to lose in the first round. This season, Quinnipiac aims to break that trend. The Bobcats sport an identical overall record to last...

Quinnipiac men’s soccer wins third straight

Ian McCracken

October 19, 2013

Behind the goals of Simon Hinde and Sam Nicol, the Bobcats improved to 3-0-1 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and tied for first place with Monmouth by defeating Canisius 2-1 Saturday. Nicol got his first goal on the seas...

Quinnipiac women’s soccer draws in fourth overtime game

Ian McCracken

October 13, 2013

In its fourth double overtime game on the season, the Quinnipiac women’s soccer team added another draw to its record, tying Niagara 1-1, despite being the dominant team offensively for most of the contest. The only goal...

Fontaine of youth

Fontaine of youth

October 2, 2013

Hartford shuts out Quinnipiac men’s soccer

Ian McCracken

September 24, 2013

Tuesday was not the finest 90 minutes for the Quinnipiac men’s soccer team, by any stretch. The Bobcats, in one of their more lackadaisical efforts, lost to the Hartford 3-0, with two goals coming in the final 35 seconds of th...

Men’s soccer aims for regular-season title

Ian McCracken

September 4, 2013

A new year, another preseason for fall sports. This time, however, Quinnipiac University will be competing in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Quinnipiac men’s soccer head coach Eric Da Costa sees no reason why his...

Quinnipiac softball splits Fairleigh Dickinson doubleheader

Ian McCracken

April 20, 2013

 Typically, people are remembered most for what they did last. Jordan Paolucci will gladly live with that. Paolucci and the softball team split its doubleheader with Farleigh Dickinson, but the walkoff grand slam in extra i...

Quinnipiac baseball losing streak increases to 9

Ian McCracken

April 16, 2013

Just as the rain fell during the game, so did the Quinnipiac baseball record, as Hartford handed it an 8-5 defeat, placing the Bobcats at 10-21 amidst a nine-game losing streak. In the losing effort, Scott Donaghue had a day...