Today: Jun 16, 2024


Women's Basketball lost to Bently on Jan 28. Photo Credit: Palmer Piana

Women’s basketball drops NE-10 game

Matt Gad – Sports Writer Kate Lynch’s Southern Owls won three straight games before falling to Bentley University Jan. 29. This was the Owls’ first loss since Jan. 18, giving them a
Luke Houston dribbles the ball past a UNH player.

Southern Owls beat UNH Chargers 61-46

SCSU Owl Luke Houston dribbles the ball around a UNH player during Wednesday’s game against the rival school. Aaron Johnson – Sports Editor  A big smile came across Southern Connecticut men’s basketball

How will the Huskies be this season?

Column by Sam Tapper — Sports Writer With all the hype and commotion of their annual ‘First Night’ festivities now in the past, it is finally time to start looking ahead to

Owls’ fifth straight win

Kevin Crompton – Sports Editor Career nights from freshman guard Ulyen Coleman and junior guard Isaiah McLeod propelled the Owls in matching their highest scoring barrage this season. SCSU men’s basketball knocked

Heartbreaker for Owls

Matt Gad – Sports Writer With only four regular season games left, Southern came into Saturday hoping to improve on their recent winning ways, but Saint Rose came to play. A see-saw
Michael Mallory, Southern’s all-time scoring leader, playing against Franklin Pierce on Jan. 21, 2017.

Mallory scores team high, 24 points, over Franklin Pierce

Matt Gad – Sports Writer Saturday Jan. 21, two of the Northeast-10 conference’s very best teams went head-to-head. As always, senior captain and guard Michael Mallory, Southern’s all-time scoring leader, was on

McLaughlin nets career-high in UNH win

Philip Zoppi – Sports Writer Senior Taylor McLaughlin was the dominant force that edged Southern over the University of New Haven in the Owls’ 79-54 win last Wednesday night. McLaughlin finished with
Stock photo of Michael Mallory, the all-time scoring record-holder.

Mallory broke the Owl’s all-time scoring record

Edgar Ayala – Sports Editor With five minutes left in regulation and five points away from breaking the program’s all-time scoring record, Michael Mallory was in no rush to cement his name
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