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  • Central Women's Soccer Team Headed To NCAA Tournament

    Central Women's Soccer Team Headed To NCAA Tournament
    The Central Connecticut women's soccer team won the Northeast Conference championship and is headed to the NCAA Tournament. It's been awhile, since 2008, but this situation is nothing new for coach Mick D'Arcy, who has won six conference championships...
  • Yale Bowl Starts Big, And 100 Years Later, It Remains Special

    Yale Bowl Starts Big, And 100 Years Later, It Remains Special
    Harry LeGore was strong and quick, and as the Yale football team was about to christen its new stadium 100 years ago this month, the team revolved around him. And if the stars had been aligned, and the new stadium finished, the first game at Yale Bowl...
  • Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials

    Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials
    The reconstruction of the Dieruff football program can't be judged by wins alone. While the Huskies have won nine games over the last two years after going 7-92 over the previous decade, progress can be measured in less subtle ways. The officials...
  • State Football Capsules: Huge Game For Sacred Heart

    Saturday's matchup between Sacred Heart and Bryant in Fairfield is essentially a conference championship game. Sacred Heart, looking to earn the Northeast Conference's automatic bid to the FCS playoffs for the second year in a row, enters 8-2, 4-1 in NEC...
  • U.Va. men's basketball preview

    U.Va. men's basketball preview
    Virginia COACH: Tony Bennett (6th season at U.Va., 106-60; 175-93 overall in career). OPENER: Nov. 14 at James Madison. 5 GAMES TO WATCH: Dec. 3 at Maryland. Start of challenging week on the road. Dec. 6 at VCU. Rematch of possible top 15 ranked...
  • Yale's Counterpunches Subdue Brown, 45-42

     Yale's Counterpunches Subdue Brown, 45-42
    PROVIDENCE — Two offenses slugged away for nearly 3 1/2 hours, relentlessly, until the sun began disappearing and the day grew colder. But in the end, Yale had Tyler Varga running low behind a punishing offensive line and could not be outlasted....
  • On The Fly: Looking For A Diversion From NFL?

    On The Fly: Looking For A Diversion From NFL?
    Let us assume, for a moment, and frankly this isn't a big stretch, that the Jets will lose to the Steelers and the Giants will be sliced up in Seattle. The Patriots are not playing Sunday. So what's a sports fan to do? Go local, we say. The other...
  • After a season away from Hampton High, safety Cal Kee is thankful to be a Crabber again

    After a season away from Hampton High, safety Cal Kee is thankful to be a Crabber again
    HAMPTON — When he moved back to his hometown 12 years ago, Cal Kee Jr. stopped by a television studio with a request: Were there any videos from his high school football days that he could purchase? Kee wanted his 6-year-old son, Cal III, to see...
  • Roberts Leads Yale In Rout Of Penn

    Roberts Leads Yale In Rout Of Penn
    NEW HAVEN — If it's possible for a college football season to include a five-week preamble, then that's the case with the Yale Bulldogs. The past is is simply not as important as what's ahead. Winning four of their first five, amid a scoring...
  • Yale WR Randall Set To Add To All-Time Record For Receptions

    Yale WR Randall Set To Add To All-Time Record For Receptions
    NEW HAVEN — On the weekend of the Harvard game each season, Yale's football team assembles a ballot of rising seniors considered worthy of captaincy. It is a position of honor, one borne throughout the 142 years. Once compiled, the list is...
  • Lori Riley: To Be A Whiffenpoof, Sherrod Only Gets One Shot

     Lori Riley: To Be A Whiffenpoof, Sherrod Only Gets One Shot
    He sang before he played basketball. But if you ever told Brandon Sherrod, say, in eighth grade, that he would be making a very difficult decision about whether to play basketball at Yale or take a once-in-a-lifetime chance to sing with the school's...