- Men’s lacrosse advances in first ever NCAA tournament game
- Men’s lacrosse wins MAAC Championship
- Op-Ed: Inequality for women’s sports must be addressed
- Spring Sports Awards
- Tennis triumphs
- Quinnipiac baseball drops two games against Monmouth on Saturday
- Men’s lacrosse finishes regular season with undefeated conference record
- Softball shuts out Sacred Heart in win
- Fetty finally came our way
- Baseball defeats Massachusetts 7-0
Winter Sports Coaches get Contract Extensions
Men’s basketball head coach Tom Moore signed a contract extension through the 2016-17 season. Last season, Moore led the Bobcats to their seventh straight NEC tournament appearance and helped the Bobcats earn a berth in the 2012 CBI invitational. The team finished with a 18-14 overall record. Since becoming head coach in 2007, Moore has tallied 93 wins.
Women’s basketball head coach Tricia Fabbri signed a contract extension through the 2016-2017 season in July. Last season, Fabbri led the Bobcats to a Northeast Conference Tournament and a bid to the WNIT. The Bobcats finished the season with a 22-10 record, marking their 12th consecutive Northeast Conference appearance and third 20-plus win season. Fabbri’s personal record with Quinnipiac stands at 243 wins and 240 losses.
Men’s ice hockey head coach Rand Pecknold agreed to a contract extension through the 2016-17 season with Quinnipiac. Pecknold will enter his 18th season with the Bobcats this winter and look to another impressive year. Last season the team finished with a record of 20-14-6. Pecknold holds his own impressive record with 337 wins over the past 18 years with Quinnipiac. Pecknold is only one of five coaches in Quinnipiac history to reach the 300th win milestone.
Women’s ice hockey coach Rick Seeley agreed to remain with the Bobcats after signing a contract extension through the 2016-17 season. Seeley will enter his fifth season with the Bobcats after propelling his team to win the Nutmeg Classic and earn a berth in the ECAC tournament, where the Bobcats reached the “final four” in 2011-12. Quinnipiac will look to build on last season’s success finishing with a record of 22-12-3. Seeley’s personal record at Quinnipiac stands at 63-64-18 with an overall coaching record of 210-147-40.