Category Archives: Sports

Field hockey starts 0-3


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Senior Amanda Oberly came away with her first collegiate goal despite the Owls falling to Mansfield, 4-1, last Sunday and moving to 0-3 to begin the 2018 campaign.   “It was a penalty stroke, which is something that she works on,” head coach Kelley Frassinelli said, referring to Oberly’s goal. “She certainly deserves the credit for that. Whether it’s a win or

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Women’s soccer beats Saint Michael’s, wins second straight game of season


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Last Saturday, it was all about the offense. Down 1-0 early, goals from freshman Kelsey Burr, sophomore Meaghan Kelley and junior Johanna Wahlen fueled the Owls en route to their 3-1 victory over Saint Michael’s. “I think coming into the season this being the first NE10 conference game we knew we had to come out with a

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Migliaro, Craft named captains for 2018 season


Michael Riccio – Sports Editor Jana Migliaro and Brianna Craft both said there will be added pressure this season as they were named captains of Southern’s field hockey team.  “Being juniors, in the back of your head you know there’s older players on the team,” Craft said. “There’s seniority. If you have the passion, if you have the heart, I think you can be a good

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Volleyball Ready To Roll


Matt Gad – Sports Writer After a historic season last year where Lisa Barbaro’s squad made their first ever NCAA Tournament and also collected their first NCAA win, the team make-up remains largely the same for another run. “Our core group is returning so we definitely expect to have more experience,” she said. “Our challenges will be having a freshman setter that

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SCSU Men’s Soccer Team Looking for Another Shot at a Title


Hunter Lyle – General Assignment Reporter With the new season ready to start, SCSU Men’s Soccer is back and looking to improve upon last year’s winning record. Last season, the Southern Connecticut State University Men’s Soccer team reached an impressive 11-4-4 record but was eliminated by Merrimack College in the NE-10 Semifinals, a game which team captain Jhony Gonzalez still thinks about. “Our last

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