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  • CAA football to add Stony Brook, Albany in 2013

    Stony Brook and Albany announced Tuesday that they will join the Colonial Athletic Association for football only, beginning in 2013. The moves, long rumored but first reported by New York Newsday last Saturday, will give the CAA 10 football-playing...
  • Stony Brook, Albany quality additions to CAA football

    Rookie Old Dominion strutted into Colonial Athletic Association football last season and promptly earned a national playoff bid in the Championship Subdivision's most rugged conference. Wednesday the CAA formally introduced two new members capable of...
  • Quinnipiac Baseball Coach Dan Gooley To Retire After 2013-14 Season

    Quinnipiac baseball coach Dan "Skip" Gooley will spend another spring in the dugout and retire after the 2013-14 season, the school announced Friday. Gooley, 66, has been with the program for 32 years, 27 as head coach. The second of his two stints as...
  • Central Connecticut Softball Coach Jeff Franquet Signs Three-Year Extension

    Central Connecticut softball coach Jeff Franquet led the Blue Devils to the NEC championship and into the NCAA Tournament for the first time this past season, when the team set a program record for victories for the third consecutive year. He has...
  • Hartford Women's Soccer Releases 2013 Schedule

    Hartford Women's Soccer Releases 2013 Schedule
    The Hartford women's soccer team has put out its 2013 schedule, which features eight home games on the West Hartford campus. John Natale has built the program into an annual America East contender and enters 2013 looking to push forward and rebuild at the...
  • Briefly In Education

    Local selected for White House internship A Laguna Beach native is one of several college students to be part of the White House Internship Program this spring, according to a White House announcement. Alexandra Langton, who attends American...
  • Toomey: Give Obama 'flexibility' on cuts

    Toomey: Give Obama 'flexibility' on cuts
    As the clock ticks down to the sequester deadline on Friday, it's almost certain that the $85 billion in annual cuts will happen despite bipartisan agreement that the indiscriminate nature of them would be economically harmful. Pennsylvania Republican...
  • On The Fly: Giants, Patriots Honor Newtown School Shooting Victims

    Our hearts will remain broken forever, as we try to deal with the horrific tragedy that happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. Across Connecticut, the nation and the world, there were some heartfelt signs of compassion Sunday. Here were...
  • Kyle Vinales Decides To Remain At Central Connecticut

    Kyle Vinales Decides To Remain At Central Connecticut
    Central Connecticut guard Kyle Vinales will return to Central Connecticut for his junior season in 2013-14. Vinales, on track to easily break the program's all-time scoring record, had announced in April that he would transfer. Vinales had used three of...
  • Dave Bike To Retire After 35 Years At Sacred Heart; Assistant Anthony Latina To Be Named Next Coach

    Dave Bike To Retire After 35 Years At Sacred Heart; Assistant Anthony Latina To Be Named Next Coach
    Sacred Heart men's basketball coach Dave Bike, one of the state's treasured sports figures, has decided to retire after 35 years and will not return for the 2013-14 season, according four sources familiar with the process. Anthony Latina, a Hartford...
  • The Most Bizarre Inning In Northeast Conference Baseball History?

    Consider this among the most bizarre innings in Northeast Conference baseball history: On Sunday in Hamden, Quinnipiac led Central Connecticut 10-2 after four innings and 10-3 through eight. Central scored nine runs in the top of the ninth to take a...
  • Central Connecticut Defeats Hartford, Giving Coach Charlie Hickey His 500th Career Victory

    WEST HARTFORD – Central Connecticut baseball coach Charlie Hickey recorded his 500th career victory Wednesday afternoon as the Blue Devils defeated Hartford 9-4 in a non-conference game at Fiondella Field. Hickey is 500-384-4 in 17 seasons. He was...