The Quinnipiac Chronicle

The mechanics of a no-hitter

Tim O'Donnell

April 12, 2011

Quinnipiac pitcher Kyle Birdsall threw the first no-hitter in program history, striking out a career-high 12. He was perfect through five innings, but ran into some trouble in the sixth. Birdsall got two quick outs but then walked...

Intramural Men’s D1 Basketball Championships [Slideshow]

Lenny Neslin

April 6, 2011

After trailing 11-1 early, Dynasty came back to defeat Become Legendary 63-49 at TD Bank Sports Center to win the 5-on-5 Intramural Men's Basketball D1 Championship. Here are the complete results from championship night. Coed D1 -...

The sooner the better

Joe Addonizio

April 6, 2011

Quinnipiac athletics has been experiencing what Dick Vitale might call the year of the “Diaper Dandies.” Freshman phenoms have emerged in almost every sport this year–Kelly Babstock, Dylan Webster and the Faust triplets...

Dylan Webster is a freshman phenom

Matt Eisenberg

March 30, 2011

Making the transition from high school lacrosse to college lacrosse is tough enough. Adjusting from high school indoor box lacrosse to Division I field lacrosse? That’s a whole different story. Quinnipiac’s Dylan Webster...

Spring 2011’s all fantasy team

Chris Leary

March 30, 2011

Spring sports are off and running at Quinnipiac so it’s time for the Chronicle to break out our final installment of fantasy sports. Since we were unable to publish our rankings before the season started, the spring rankings...

Playoff Preview: Rookies to factor in first round

Tim O'Donnell

February 24, 2011

For the second straight year, the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team is headed to the playoffs. After finishing their best regular season in program history, collecting 20 wins for the first time, the Bobcats secured the fifth...

War for Whitney Ave

Kelley Davies

February 16, 2011

With a sellout crowd of more than 4,000 people in attendance last year, the Yale game is considered the biggest regular season sporting event at Quinnipiac. As a gold ocean of students wearing yellow T-shirts clapped thundersticks...

Kelly Babstock hears Canada calling

Cassie Comeau

February 2, 2011

Canada won’t have to look far when it builds its ice hockey team for the 2014 Winter Olympics. With 43 points racked up in 27 games, Quinnipiac freshman Kelly Babstock is already on Team Canada’s radar. “Kelly has been...

Men’s basketball staves off Hartford to win home opener [Video, slideshow]

John Healy

November 16, 2010

In its first home game since the heartbreaking loss against Robert Morris in the NEC Championship, the Quinnipiac men’s basketball team was involved in another thriller at the TD Bank Sports Center. This time it had a better...

Welcome back, Zurevinski

Kelley Davies

October 7, 2010

For college students, summer vacation is a temporary break from school, but for men’s ice hockey junior foward Scott Zurevinski, he didn’t know whether to make his vacation from school a permanent one. After being offered...

Triplet threat: Fausts pacing women’s XC

Kelley Davies

September 22, 2010

With “RUNABC” personalized on their Pennsylvania license plate, freshmen Amanda, Brianna, and Christina Faust drove three hours from their hometown, Macungie, Pa., to run for the Quinnipiac women’s cross country team. “The...