The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Bobcat struggles continue at home

Robin Schuppert

April 26, 2011

The Wagner Seahawks swept a Northeast Conference doubleheader Saturday and took three of four games from the Quinnipiac Bobcats in an early Easter weekend four-game series at Quinnipiac Baseball field. The Seahawks took the...

Tweet: Langston headed to SCSU

Robin Schuppert

April 21, 2011

Freshman guard Dominique Langston said he “signed [his] paperwork” to Southern Connecticut State University, according to a tweet earlier today.  Teammate James Johnson then congratulated him in a tweet. Langston’s cousin, Greg Langston, is a freshman at Southe...

Back on top: 6 titles in 8 years for women’s tennis

Robin Schuppert

April 19, 2011

After two seasons of coming up short, the Quinnipiac women’s tennis team did what it has done best over the past eight years. They won the Northeast Conference Championship. For the sixth time since 2004, the No.1 seeded...

Buffalo finishes off men’s basketball in CIT’s first round

Robin Schuppert

March 14, 2011

For the second consecutive season, Quinnipiac men’s basketball earned the chance to play in a national postseason tournament. For the second time in a row, they bowed out early. The Buffalo Bulls played the role of s...

Hartzell earns second playoff shutout; deciding game tonight

Robin Schuppert

March 12, 2011

Just as he did last week against Brown, Quinnipiac goalie Eric Hartzell got the start in net for the second game of a best-of-three playoff series. Just as he did last week, he shut his opponent out. Quinnipiac withstood an e...

Monmouth sends women’s basketball packing in first round

Robin Schuppert

March 8, 2011

For the second consecutive season the Quinnipiac women’s basketball team entered the playoffs as a No. 7 seed. For the second consecutive season the Bobcats lost in the opening round. This time it was to No. 2 Monmouth, losing...

DEJA VU: Once again, Robert Morris 2 points better [Slideshow & Video]

Robin Schuppert

March 6, 2011

It was the same arena. The same player hit a crucial shot. The same player missed the final shot. In the end, the same team won by two points. Somewhere between deja vu and a nightmare, No. 3 seed Robert Morris (18-13) defeated...

Bobcats trump Mount St. Mary’s in first round, look forward to Robert Morris rematch [Slideshow, video]

Robin Schuppert

March 3, 2011

For the third straight year, the Quinnipiac men’s basketball team won its Northeast Conference quarterfinal matchup, as the No. 2 seeded Bobcats beat No. 7 Mount St. Mary’s 78-59 at the TD Bank Sports Center. James John...

Bobcats clinch second place with win over Monmouth, Rutty racks up 17-17 [Slideshow]

Robin Schuppert

February 24, 2011

The last time Justin Rutty suited up to play against Monmouth University, he was forced to sit on the sidelines with an elbow injury. On Thursday night, once again against Monmouth, the healthy senior sat in the driver’s...

Rising up the ranks

Robin Schuppert

February 22, 2011

Two weeks ago, the Quinnipiac men’s basketball team was in fourth place in the Northeast Conference and in danger of hosting only one playoff game this postseason. “We’ll fight and claw and scratch for second,” Quinnipiac...

QU’s shorthander swings game

Robin Schuppert

February 1, 2011

For two consecutive nights, Quinnipiac freshman Kelly Babstock scored a spectacular shorthanded goal. But only the one on the second night turned out to help the team. On Friday night, Babstock scored a shorthanded goal to...

Men’s Hockey bullies USA U-18 team

Robin Schuppert

January 25, 2011

Last year, team USA faced the ECAC All-Stars in a women’s ice hockey matchup at the TD Bank Sports Center. Saturday night, the Quinnipiac men’s team beat the USA U-18 national team, 4-2, in a late-season exhibition game. In...