Today: Jun 16, 2024

scsu football


The evolution of Otis the Owl

Alex Palmieri – General Assignment Reporter Otis the Owl has been Southern’s beloved mascot since the early 1950s. Having gone through its fair share of major makeovers, it is still a big part of
Southern lost their season opener, 52-22, to Gannon University on Sept. 2. Photo Credit: Palmer Piana

Football outclassed in opener

Matt Gad – Sports Writer In their season opener Saturday afternoon, Southern football fell to the Gannon University Golden Knights, 55-22. Gannon has now won their last four contests with the Owls.

Owls Downed By New Haven, 37-18

Matt Gad – Sports Writer The Owls (1-1, 0-1 NE10) came into yesterday’s matchup with New Haven (1-1, 1-0 NE10) having lost to Bentley at home, 24-22, last week despite holding a

Quarterback Battle

[youtube] Kevin Crompton – Sports Editor Former Owls quarterback Ray Catapano has left head coach Tom Godek and the rest of the Southern football program with a season impacting decision. With Catapano

Season on the brink

Kevin Crompton – Special to the Southern News Southern football was defeated by the University of New Haven Friday night with a final score of 31-17 in a battle for the Elm
The Homecoming football game against Bentley on Oct. 29, 2016.

Owls secure homecoming win 35-13 against Bentley

Edgar Ayala – Sports Editor Nearly 3,000 were in attendance to watch Southern’s annual Homecoming football game as the Owls rolled past Bentley to secure their second straight win.   “We knew

Football lost 30-24 to No. 14 LIU-Post

Edgar Ayala – Sports Editor The momentum shifted away from Southern Connecticut football after halftime, the Owls were committing errors and did not capitalize in crucial moments down the final stretch of

Potts gets recognition for AIC game

Philip Zoppi – Sports Writer     Redshirt junior Justin Potts of Southern’s football team has been playing at a level he has never seen before.        The defensive back tripled his

Catapano led Southern to 65-yard touchdown drive

Philip Zoppi – Sports Writer      An unlikely hero in Raymond Catapano led SCSU football over American International College by a score of 21-20 Friday night at Jess Dow Field.       Starting quarterback Robert

Football Team wins 31-27 in Last 43 Seconds

Philip Zoppi – Sports Writer     Southern Connecticut football won a thriller this past Friday night in the final 43 seconds of regulation, as they defeated Stonehill College 31-27 to even their record

Student-athletes and playing their last seasons

Edgar Ayala – Sports Writer There comes a time in a student-athlete’s career when serving their four years of college athletics arrives, and stepping down to let younger players take over the program begins.