The Quinnipiac Chronicle

It’s time to ‘BEAT YALE’

The QU Chronicle

February 16, 2011

Yale is the No. 3 men’s ice hockey team in the country, and for six weeks, they were No. 1. But that’s OK. Quinnipiac has a knack for showing up in big games, particularly “the game,” and we don’t doubt it is because...

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...

James Johnson catches fire

Matt Eisenberg

February 15, 2011

James Johnson has been one of the go-to shooters all season long for the Bobcats. Even when he missed his first six shots Monday night, his teammates kept giving him the ball. He eventually found his old reliable stroke from...

Men’s tennis roll over Fordham for first win

Cassie Comeau

February 15, 2011

With a 7-0 loss to Boston University and a 6-1 loss Harvard to start the season, the men’s tennis team looked to turn its luck around at Fordham University. In their first home match of the spring, the Bobcats returned with...

Women’s hockey downs Union

Joe Addonizio

February 15, 2011

The Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team extended its unbeaten streak against Union to 19 games on Saturday when the Bobcats displayed their dominance with a 4-0 victory. The win gives the Bobcats a record of 16-0-3 all time...

Penalties doom men’s hockey against Dartmouth

Joe Addonizio

February 12, 2011

The Quinnipiac Bobcats men’s ice hockey team dropped their second straight game as they lost 3-1 to No. 17 Dartmouth on Friday in Hanover, N.H. After a scoreless first period, the Big Green scored the game’s first goal...

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...

Where are they now?: Janine Duffy

The QU Chronicle

February 9, 2011

After my time at Quinnipiac I was presented with the opportunity to play overseas in Murzzuschlag, Austria. The opportunity was presented to me by a former teammate, Elyse Cole, who played the year before in Salzburg, Austria,...

Acrobatics and Tumblng fall to Fairmont State

Cassie Comeau

February 8, 2011

Despite a .836 increase in overall score, it wasn’t enough for Quinnipiac’s acrobatics and tumbling team to beat Fairmont State University a second time this season. On Dec. 5, the Bobcats edged the Falcons 264.304 - 263.379,...

Men’s Tennis Falls at BU

Maxx McNall

February 8, 2011

The Boston University Terriers dominated the Bobcats at the BU Track and Tennis Center on Saturday with a pair of 7-0 victories. After defeating BU in their previous two contests, the Terriers turned the tables on Quinnipiac...

Women’s Indoor Track Competes at Dartmouth

Joe Addonizio

February 8, 2011

Women’s Indoor Track vs Dartmouth The Quinnipiac women’s indoor track team ran at the Dartmouth Classic in Hanover, N.H., on Saturday in its final tuneup before the NEC Championship this weekend. Freshman Amanda Faust...

Bobcats handed historic loss, blow third period lead

Jared Baiman

February 6, 2011

The Union Dutchmen did something no team has been able to do to the Quinnipiac Bobcats since 2007. They beat them after the Bobcats held a lead after two periods, something no one has done in 59 tries. Justin Pallos scored...