The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Don’t pay college athletes

Chris Leary

September 7, 2011

For years this has been an ongoing debate, and my opinion on it isn’t going to change anytime soon. No, they shouldn’t. I realize that student-athletes help generate a profit for their schools, but they are being paid...

Transfers, graduates: cause for concern or new beginning for men’s basketball

John Healy

April 27, 2011

On my way driving back to New Jersey on Thursday evening, our former sports editor, Robin Schuppert, sent me a text saying he broke a big story. At first I thought maybe we were getting another professional athlete’s kid...

More like March Sadness

Chris Leary

March 10, 2011

Sunday’s loss to Robert Morris has left me devastated. No storybook season, no redemption for last season, and most importantly, no March Madness. Just like anyone else at Quinnipiac, I thought this was the year for us. Even...

Pain now, Bobcat love forever

Corey Hersch

March 9, 2011

(For more commentary on the deja vu game, check out Chris Leary's "More like March Sadness" piece) Two points. Two freakin’ points. For the second year in a row, Robert Morris was just two points better than our basketba...

All good things come to an end

Chris Leary

February 9, 2011

The Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey team found out Saturday that all good things come to an end, losing a 2-1 third period lead to Union. The Bobcats had been 54-0-5 when leading after two periods, a streak that started March...

The next Reggie Miller

Chris Leary

December 8, 2010

I think it’s safe to say that James Johnson is on his way to becoming a mega-star in the Northeast Conference after his Reggie Miller-type performance Saturday against Mount St. Mary’s. In case you missed it, Johnson scored eight points in t...

Come and gone

Matt Eisenberg

November 17, 2010

Women's Soccer For the second straight season, the Quinnipiac women’s soccer team was ousted from the NEC Tournament in a heartbreaker. Last year the Bobcats lost to Monmouth on a first-half goal. This time around, Quinnipi...

Winter Fantasy: Watch out for Rutty, Vigi, young talent

Chris Leary

November 5, 2010

It’s time to bring fantasy sports back to Quinnipiac, winter style. After receiving such a positive response following the top ten fantasy athletes in the fall, I thought Joe Pelletier was going to step down and make me e...

Bright future for men’s hoops

Lenny Neslin

March 24, 2010

The men’s basketball team left a hungry crowd at the TD Bank Sports Center in despair after missing out on a bite of March Madness by two points. Though the seniors in the crowd – or those who watched the championship ga...

WANTED: A packed student section

Robin Schuppert

February 11, 2010

The TD Bank Sports Center’s basketball arena experienced something Saturday afternoon it hasn’t experienced since it opened its doors three years ago. For the first time, the arena looked - and sounded like - it was hosting...