The Blue Devils defeated the Quinnipiac Bobcats in three sets this Sunday, making this its fourth straight win of the season and bringing its Northeast Conference play to 6-1.
The weekend began with the 5-3 defeat of the eighth-ranked Bryant club team. The Blue Devils were coming into the weekend just six days removed from the 8-2 loss to the number one team in the Northeast, William Paterson.
By Nick Rosa The Central Connecticut men’s track team finished sixth overall at the Albany Great Dane Classic last Friday night. The team finished with 45.5 points, which was good enough for a tie with Villanova. The University of Connecticut won the meet with a score of 123 points. The meet was held at the […]
By Brittany Burke The Blue Devils club hockey team couldn’t hold off the top-ranked William Paterson University on home ice, dropping their second game in a row 8-2. “The positive is we’re not supposed to beat a team like Willy P and with that being said we’re gonna have to regroup and realize we’re not […]
By Nick Rosa The Blue Devils men’s basketball team improved to 7-1 at home this season and 6-1 in the Northeast Conference after defeating the Bryant Bulldogs 69-51 at home last Thursday night. The win completes the season sweep of the Bulldogs and the Blue Devils go to 9-8 overall on the season. On Thursday […]
The Blue Devils lost possession on an inbounds pass with 20.1 seconds left on the clock, which led to the Pioneers hitting the game-winning field goal with 6.7 seconds to play.
Early morning snow did not stop the Sacred Heart fans from “packing the Pitt” for the first game of the women’s and men’s basketball doubleheader against CCSU, which helped the home team to a 63-57 win over the Blue Devils.
The CCSU club hockey team hasn’t played a game since Dec. 17 against Bryant University on the road, but despite the break the Blue Devils managed to come out against Montclair State and continue its win streak, topping the Red Hawks 5-3.
The Blue Devils men’s basketball team remains undefeated in conference play after two games. The 82-80 win over the Sacred Heart Pioneers was secured in the final seconds of a five minute overtime situation last Saturday in Detrick Gymnasium.
The CCSU Women’s Basketball team had an impressive showing against New Hampshire, defeating them 83-44 on Sunday afternoon.