The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Sabatella slugging his way through NEC foes

Matt Lefebvre

April 27, 2005

Every sports team has their clich

Lowering the curtain on a productive career

Matt Lefebvre

April 20, 2005

Sports are my life. I live it, breathe it and eat it. Nothing is better than watching a game in the middle of July with a cold drink and the grill sizzling some burgers and dogs. The Chronicle has allowed me to take my love for...

Pacers’ O’Neal perfect example of why NBA needs an age limit

Matt Lefebvre

April 20, 2005

Jermaine O'Neal is back in the headlines. This time, not for putting his arm through a fans face on the basketball court, but over the issue of race in the NBA. O'Neal commented when asked by a Canadian reported that he thought...

My critique of Quinnipiac, part two

Matt Lefebvre

April 13, 2005

Considering that the piece I wrote for last week's Chronicle issue was last minute, I have received some great responses from friends, strangers, professors and members of media organizations, even some that I mentioned in my...

QU Cheerleaders, dance teams compete at Basketball Hall of Fame

Matt Lefebvre

April 13, 2005

In a sport that goes without hardly any recognition at all, the Quinnipiac cheerleaders and dance teams are certainly making a name for themselves. The cheerleaders, headed by tri- aptains, Kara Brawn, Nora Sullivan and Denise...

My critique of the university I called home for four years

Matt Lefebvre

April 6, 2005

I was assigned to write the weekly Editor Speaks Out piece for this edition of the paper. After sitting at the computer and starring at the blinking cursor for 35 minutes while discussing with Editor-In-Chief Jamie DeLoma and...

Winter recognition

Matt Lefebvre

April 6, 2005

At the end of every athletic season, the conference to which a team belongs names its All-Conference Team. It is a roster composed of the best players the league has to offer, usually split into a first and second team, a defensive...

Baseball opens NEC schedule vs. LIU

Matt Lefebvre

March 30, 2005

After a non-conference Fla. trip which landed the Bobcats an 0-5 mark, Quinnipiac was able to pick up its first two wins of the season during its N.Y. swing, winning a three game set against Long Island University. The 'Cats are...

Baseball to open season in Fla.

Matt Lefebvre

March 9, 2005

The Quinnipiac baseball team will be soaking in some rays for the next week or so as most QU students will be during spring break. In no way however, is this trip a time for relaxation. The men will travel to the 'Sunshine State'...

U.S. mismanages priorities

Matt Lefebvre

March 9, 2005

The war on terror. That's what we call it, or at least that's the name we give it for justification. But it is all about perspective. We see other people in the world; Iraqis, Iranians, Koreans, etc., as threats to our way of...

Basketball falls in finale; fail to make NEC Tourney

Matt Lefebvre

March 9, 2005

The men's basketball team ended its season on Monday night, Feb. 28, at Central Conn. St. with a 95-85 loss to the Blue Devils. The game was a play-off game of sorts for both clubs, as the winner would be seeded No. 8 in the...

University’s snow policy sees more use

Matt Lefebvre

March 2, 2005

Snow and school are two things that do not generally go together. Every snowstorm brings with it the possibility of class cancellations or university closings. There is a complicated method to making these decisions. Unlike students'...