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Owls football season is over

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor Football season ended with a whimper rather than a bang for the Owls this past Saturday with a 42-6 loss to the Stonehill College Skyhawks at home on senior day.  They finished with a record of 4-6 in a season which featured the highs of beating Division I Central Connecticut State University and winning on a last-second field goal

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Volleyball looks good towards playoffs

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor The Owls are ready for the NE10 Conference tournament after wrapping up regular season play with a pair of home games this past week.  Volleyball had a five-game winning streak snapped with a loss this past Friday against the Southern New Hampshire University Penmen in three sets. Just the second time, all year, the Owls lost in three sets.  “It’s part of the

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Women’s basketball is back

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor College basketball is back at the university after nearly two years without play, and women’s basketball opened its season by splitting a pair of home games.  The Owls lost a close one this past Saturday to the Georgian Court University Lions, but bounced back the next day, defeating the Bloomfield College Bears handily.  “It feels

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Mens soccer shuts out UNH

Christian Dunn – Contributor Following a road loss to Adelphi University and a postponement, the Owls returned home for their first game action in eight days, taking on city rivals, University of New Haven Chargers, following a three-game losing streak.   The Chargers pressured offensively for much of the first half, possessing the ball for 61% of it, and saw their first scoring opportunity only three

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Vollyball scores 10th home victory

Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor Volleyball split their two home games this past Sunday. The Owls dropped their early game against the American International College Yellow Jackets and defeated the Wilmington University Wildcats.  Sunday’s defeat in three straight sets marked the second time the Owls lost to AIC this year, and only the second time the team has lost at home in Pelz Gym on the season, where they are at 10-2.  They were able to bounce

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