All posts by Chris Lima

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  • Soccer falls in NEC playoffs

    High winds and a high powered Central Connecticut offense proved to be too much for the Bobcats last Friday. After defeating Wagner 4-1 to clinch the third seed in the Northeast Conference, the Bobcats were knocked out of...

    • Posted November 10, 2004
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  • Women’s soccer on the rise

    The women's soccer team has been on fire as of late, going unbeaten in their last five games. As September came to a close, the women's soccer team held a record of three wins, six losses, and one...

    • Posted November 3, 2004
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  • Say it loud, say it proud

    Late game comebacks, fourth quarter runaways, baseline to baseline jams, crushing three pointers all have one thing in common: they need a spark plug to be executed properly. The Bobcat's spark plug comes in the form of...

    • Posted October 27, 2004
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  • Women’s soccer gets Dutch talent

    Quinnipiac University is saying "Hoi!" (hello) to an new era of dominance on the women's soccer field. The Bobcats' newest star, Kirsten van de Ven, has been unstoppable since coming to Hamden from Heesch, Holland. Van de Ven...

    • Posted September 29, 2004
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  • Profile of Kirsten van de Ven

    Quinnipiac University is saying "Hoi!" (hello) to an new era of dominance on the women's soccer field. The Bobcats' newest star, Kirsten van de Ven, has been unstoppable since coming to Hamden from Heesch, Holland. Van de Ven...

    • Posted September 22, 2004
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  • Egan trades hardwood for the pitcher’s mound

    He measures over six feet, but when he's on the mound, Patrick Egan is a giant. Quinnipiac baseball fans have had reason to smile this year whenever the sophomore right-hander strolls to the mound. Egan, a back to...

    • Posted April 15, 2004
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  • Awards swept by Quinnipiac

    The men's baseball team achieved an unusual triple crown this week when three players received NEC awards for each of their performances. Patrick Egan earned NEC Pitcher of the Week, Albert Marano earned NEC Player of the Week...

    • Posted April 8, 2004
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  • ‘Cats sweep weekend

    The men's baseball team is on a tear as of late, winning seven of their last eight games, including four in a row from March 24 to March 27. The Bobcats started their run with a sweep of...

    • Posted April 1, 2004
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  • Baseball tunes up skills in Virginia

    The men's baseball team returned home from a trip south to Virginia and West Virginia that included an offensive outburst and a first in the school's history. The Bobcats combined for 29 runs in only six games against...

    • Posted March 25, 2004
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  • Bengel, Marano spotlighted as key players

    Baseball America, one of the nation's high-est regarded auth-orities on the nat-ional past-ime, has sel-ected two Bobcats as Players to Watch for the upcoming season. Seniors Albert Marano, of Lin-coln, Rhode Island, and Richard "Buddy" Bengel of New...

    • Posted February 26, 2004
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  • A look at spring intramurals

    As the second semester begins, so does the quest for the coveted intramural championship t-shirt. Every year, Quinnipiac University offers students the chance to participate in organized sporting activities. Students can choose different degrees of intensity, most sports...

    • Posted February 5, 2004
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  • Current Bobcats face three alumni

    The men's basketball team played an exhibition game against the Connecticut All-Stars, a team which featured former Bobcat players Collin Charles, Bill Romano and Jeremy Bishop last Friday, and the Bobcats had a big win with a...

    • Posted November 20, 2003
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  • Women’s soccer ends on high note

    The falling of the leaves marks another end to autumn sports, one that was filled with many ups and downs for the women's soccer team. The Bobcats finished the season with five wins, 10 losses, and two ties....

    • Posted November 13, 2003
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  • Seniors bid farewell to QU

    As the semester draws to a close, Quinnipiac University is forced to part with its some of the best fall athletes it has seen in recent years. This year's graduating class is a special one in terms of...

    • Posted November 6, 2003
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