Blue Devils Drop Season Opener In Double Overtime Against Hartford

November 19th, 2015
2 weeks ago

by Dillon Meehan   Coming off an impressive performance in their tuneup game against Mitchell College, the Central Connecticut Men’s Basketball team dropped their season opener Friday night against the University of Hartford Hawks 92-83, in double overtime. The game was the third and final act of the Connecticut 6 Classic, an annual event that showcases […]

Goodbye Grantland

November 4th, 2015
4 weeks ago

by Dillon Meehan To say the least, ESPN has gone through a lot this past year. It started in early May when Bill Simmons questioned NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s “testicular fortitude,” in regards to Goodell’s lack of confidence when handing out suspensions. ESPN in response fired Simmons; oh wait sorry ESPN decided “to not renew […]


Lady Blue Devils Win NEC Opener 5-1

October 8th, 2015
2 months ago

by Dillon Meehan Central Connecticut’s women’s soccer team, (5-2-2, 1-0 NEC) won their Northeast Conference opener in dominating fashion against LIU Brooklyn (3-8, 0-1 NEC) by a score of 5-1. The lady Blue Devils used their superior pace to create multiple scoring chances in the first half. “We were able to move the ball well, […]

NFL Week Two Fantasy Roundup 

September 24th, 2015
2 months ago

by Dillon Meehan  The NFL has now entered an area, which we call the Twilight Zone. The Bucs, Jaguars, Raiders and Redskins all won over heavily favored opponents. It is still week two and there are still plenty of unknowns around the league but there’s a certain trends starting to form for fantasy. To start […]


Blue Devils Make A Statement, Score Five In Home Opener

September 9th, 2015
3 months ago

by Dillon Meehan The man of the match went to the man with the armband as the Blue Devils men’s soccer team blew out UMass Minutemen in a convincing 5-1 victory. “To be honest I can’t remember the last time we scored five goals,” said Central Connecticut’s Head Coach Shaun Green, who is now entering his […]

If Indiana Wants to Discriminate, the Business of Sports Should Say Goodbye

September 7th, 2015
3 months ago

N.A.S. by Sean Begin The P&G Gymnastics Championships. The Big Ten football championship game. The NCAA Women’s Final Four. The NFL scouting combine. The U.S. Diving Olympic team trials. Besides being major moments in their respective sports, these five events have one other thing in common: they’re all set to take place in Indiana within […]

Baseball Splits Weekend Series With Defending Conference Champs

September 7th, 2015
3 months ago

N.A.S. by Brian O’Neill Friday afternoon’s gloomy and wet weather didn’t stop the Blue Devils from kicking off a four-game weekend series with Bryant. In the first game of the series, the Blue Devils fell to the Bulldogs by a score of 15-5 before splitting the Saturday doubleheader with a 2-1 victory in the first game […]

Come On, Eileen: Purcell Plates Three in Senior Day Split

September 7th, 2015
3 months ago

N.A.S. by Sean Begin When the two teams tied for the top in the Northeast Conference met on the diamond Sunday, the opportunity was there for someone to emerge as the sole leader. But after dropping the first game 2-0 and winning the second 3-0, Central Connecticut (28-9) and Robert Morris (24-20) remained tied for […]

Finishing Strong

September 7th, 2015
3 months ago

N.A.S. by Sean Begin With Tanya Kotowicz taking over the women’s lacrosse program before the 2015 season, it wasn’t surprising to see the team start slow. The team started 1-5 and didn’t record their first home win until March 25 against Quinnipiac, their fourth home game and ninth overall. But after settling into Kotowicz’s style […]

Thank You, Blue Devils, and Good-Bye

July 2nd, 2015
5 months ago

N.A.S. by Sean Begin One of the basic tenets of good journalism is, supposedly, a distant impartiality to the subject matter being reported. Journalists are supposed to enter a situation merely as observers, there to record and dispense what they see and hear to those who cannot be there. But sports journalism is different in […]

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