Yearly Archive for 2009

: 2009

Biting the “Hann”

I’d be the first to admit that I’m not the biggest fan of former Fairfield University men’s basketball player Jonathan Han after his attitude metldown last season and his leaving the team —

Clemente to be honored at Seaside Park

Hall of Fame baseball player Roberto Clemente will be honored on Thursday, Dec. 31 at Seaside Park’s Diamond No. 10, next to the monument for the former Pittsburgh Pirates star. The ceremony begins at

Stags-Pioneers, a recap

Six players in double figures. A sparkling 31 of 37 from the free throw line. The most points (93) scored in the Ed Cooley era. Oh yeah, the Fairfield Stags are rolling. Sunday’s 93-77 win was

Bob Goughan new Bluefish GM

The Bridgeport Bluefish wasted no time. Less than a week since GM Todd Marlin resigned, the team today announced the hiring of Bob Goughan as the new general manager. Here’s the release sent out by

Marlin’s out as Bluefish GM

Interesting news from the Bluefish. Very quietly, general manager Todd Marlin has resigned. He will be leaving soon for Washington, Pa., where he will become the managing director of the Washington

Stags pound American

After a disappointing loss (smackdown?) by 30 at Maryland last week, the Fairfield Stags rallied back with perhaps their best game of the young season Monday night, delivering a smackdown of their own

UConn-Notre Dame pictures

Linney named MAAC Women’s Rookie of Week

Double the pleasure, double the fun. First Fairfield’s Derek Needham was named the MAAC Men’s Rookie of the Week and just five minutes later, Fairfield’s Katelyn Linney wins the award for MAAC Women’s

Stags’ Needham MAAC Rookie of the Week

The MACC selected Fairfield’s Derek Needham as its Rookie of the Week. Here’s the blurb from the MAAC Weekly Release … Needham, a freshman guard, led the team in scoring overall with 16.5 points per

Fairfield-Fordham, a recap

Rejoice, Stag Nation! Fairfield is 2-0! Coach Ed Cooley’s team won its second straight game to open the season with a gutty 63-55 decision over Fordham Sunday night in a sweltering Alumni Hall (2,190