Today: Apr 14, 2024

College Sports


Walk-on policy at Southern

Bobby Martinez – Sports Writer NEW HAVEN — Gabriel Oliver said one main goal coming out of high school besides getting a degree was to continue playing under the bright lights that

Volleyball wins two straight

Luke Gadson – Sports Editor The Owls fought hard for a 3-1 victory over Felician University at Pelz gymnasium Thursday evening. With the university losing a set, the momentum was shifting back

Football falls short to Bentley 13-6

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief Despite linebacker Hasan Dominick Jr., a graduate student, recording the 222nd tackle of his Owl career, the Owls failed to score for three quarters, losing their fourth game

Women’s soccer shut out Holy Family 2-0

Luke Gadson – Sports Editor Coming off their first win of the season last week against Post University with a score of 6-0, the Owls definitely had momentum coming into Tuesday’s matchup

Soccer ends in tie with rival Bridgeport

Luke Gadson – Sports Editor The tension was definitely there in this rivalry game between the University of Bridgeport and the Owls. This was a physical game with three yellow cards called

Column: On the NFL

Luke Gadson – Sports Editor One common theme of this offseason was teams not wanting to sign their premier running backs. In my opinion, running backs are the backbone of the offense

Men’s cross country team have eyes set on the win

Edgar Ayala – Sports Writer The men’s cross country team at Southern Connecticut have their eyes set on winning all three major tournaments this season.      The Northeast-10 Championship, the Northeast Regional Championship and

From High School to College sports

Edgar Ayala – General Assignment Reporter Making the transition of playing sports in high school and into college can be overwhelming. Settling into a new team with new players and not knowing whether you
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