The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Quinnipiac men’s soccer clipped by Mountaineers in double overtime

Maxx McNall

October 24, 2011

As the cross flew into the box, Bobcat goalkeeper Borja Angoitia took a shot at the ball. His attempt however arrived a second too late, as the header from Mount St. Mary’s Jimmy Ockford deflected off Angoitia’s hands and...

Del Mistro’s second-half strikes lead Quinnipiac to victory

Maxx McNall

October 8, 2011

With the score deadlocked at 2 on Friday, defenseman Chelsea Smith saw an opportunity and helped claim a Northeast Conference win, as the Bobcats won 3-2 over Robert Morris at the Quinnipiac Soccer Field.As midfielder Crystal Burn...

Women’s tennis overcome rain in Day 1 of Eastern Championships

Maxx McNall

September 24, 2011

Despite severe rain showers, an adopted scoring system and having to move play indoors, the Quinnipiac women’s tennis team remained in the hunt. Juniors Rachel Cantor and Sarah Viebrock both advanced in their respective singles’...

Rusin carries field hockey past Columbia

Maxx McNall

September 22, 2011

The Bobcats continued their winning ways on Wednesday with a come from behind 3-1 victory over Columbia. Sophomore Jess Rusin sparked the Bobcats with the game-tying goal and winning goals after falling behind 1-0 after just...

Bulldogs claw way past Bobcats, 2-0

Maxx McNall

September 14, 2011

Hopefully next time for the Bobcats, a 10th time is a charm. Quinnipiac came into Tuesday night’s women’s soccer showdown against Yale at Reese Stadium in New Haven winless in eight attempts all-time. Despite a strong effort,...

Volleyball stays close, but falls in straight sets

Maxx McNall

September 11, 2011

A mere seven points separated the Quinnipiac Bobcats and the Delaware State Hornets Saturday afternoon. After losing the first set 25-22, the Bobcats battled to a pair of two-point defeats in the final two sets, 25-23, fall...

There’s a stat for everything

Maxx McNall

February 16, 2011

For Rob Guerrera, it took all of two minutes to realize his choice to work in journalism was correct. While sitting in professor Kenn Venit’s JRN160 class one day, he watched the R. Budd Dwyer press conference during which...