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  • Taking A Look Around The State: New Coaches At Central, New Haven, Southern

    Taking A Look Around The State: New Coaches At Central, New Haven, Southern
    Central Connecticut Conference: Northeast Last season: 4-8, 2-4 Coach: Pete Rossomando, first season Outlook: Rossomando was previously coach at Division II New Haven, where he was 42-13 and led the Chargers to the national playoffs twice....
  • Pete Rossomando Ushers In A New Era At Central

    NEW BRITAIN — The first thing Pete Rossomando had to do was learn the names of about 75 players. That was the easy part. In the seven months since being hired to resurrect the struggling Central Connecticut football program, he has had to establish...
  • Saturday's State College Football Games

    The Central and Sacred Heart football teams play their season openers Saturday night. Central at Towson, 6 p.m.: The Pete Rossomando era begins outside of Baltimore against coach Rob Ambrose, a former UConn assistant. Towson was the FCS national runner-...
  • Inside the PD: K-Tan basketball players make their college choices

    Inside the PD: K-Tan basketball players make their college choices
    At VCU, Shaka Smart calls it “havoc.” At Mount St. Mary’s, where former Ram assistant Jamion Christian runs the show, it’s called “mayhem.” Kecoughtan guard Marcell Haskett was drawn to it, and he committed to the...
  • Regional Digest: Central Football Picked Fourth

    Central Picked Fourth In Football Central Connecticut was selected fourth in the Northeast Conference preseason football coaches' poll. Defending NEC champion Sacred Heart was picked to repeat and received six first-place votes. Duquesne was second and...
  • Despite Success, Tom Moore Craving First Title At Quinnipiac

    Despite Success, Tom Moore Craving First Title At Quinnipiac
    HAMDEN – In seven seasons under coach Tom Moore, the Quinnipiac men's basketball team has never won fewer than 15 games. The Bobcats have had a winning conference record in each of those seasons and, in most of them, have come down the stretch...
  • Central Connecticut At Holy Cross Highlights Six State College Football Games

    The Central Connecticut football team looks to rebound from a rare shutout loss with a non-conference game Saturday against Holy Cross in Worcester. Kickoff at Fitton Field is scheduled for 1:05 p.m., Central's first day game of the season. Live stats...
  • State Football Capsules: Central Connecticut-Holy Cross Highlights Six Games

    The Central Connecticut football team looks to rebound from a rare shutout loss with a non-conference game Saturday against Holy Cross in Worcester. Kickoff at Fitton Field is scheduled for 1:05 p.m., Central's first day game of the season. Live stats...
  • Lafayette College crushes Robert Morris 50-3

     Lafayette College crushes Robert Morris 50-3
    The Lafayette defense took measures into its own hands Saturday night in Fisher Stadium. After playing well in the season opener at Sacred Heart but coming away with nothing to show for it, the reworked defense, aided by a pair of pass interceptions...
  • Regional Digest: Cheshire Wins Football Opener

    Cheshire Wins Opener Andrew Yamin rushed for 227 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Cheshire over Ridgefield 41-14 in the season opener Wednesday. Yamin scored on a 25-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and a 3-yard run in the third. Cheshire...
  • Central Shut Out By Albany

    NEW BRITAIN — For coach Pete Rossomando and his staff, it must have been torturous to sit around and kill time Saturday night while the Central Connecticut football team's home opener against Albany was being disrupted by lightning that turned...