Monthly Archive for August, 2009

: August, 2009

Pilot Pen ticket update

Here’s the release from the Pilot Pen people on what’s going on with tickets. Session 10 – Friday, 8/28 Day Session Session 11 – Friday, 8/28 Evening Session Session 12 – Saturday, 8/29 Day Session

Blowing dry the courts

Workers at the Pilot Pen are blowing dry Stadium Court in the hope of actually getting some tennis played.

Pilot Pen update … it’s raining!

Rain, rain … go away…. please! After a four-hour rain delay, Pilot Pen officials have decided to cancel Friday’s afternoon session. Tickets for Friday (Session 10) can be exchanged for tickets to

Arena bidding on MAAC tournament

As expected, the Arena at Harbor Yard has submitted a bid to host the the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men’s and women’s basketball championships in either 2012, 2013 or 2014. So have the Times

Kuznetsova, Shaughnessy get wild cards to Pilot Pen

The Joy of No. 6 … Svetlana Kuznetsova, the reigning 2009 French Open champ, 2007 Pilot Pen winner and the sixth-ranked player in the WTA Tour, is coming back to the Connecticut Tennis Center to

Sentinels will play at the Rent

The Sentinels are coming … the Sentinels are coming … Who are the Sentinels you ask? Well, they’re one of the four teams that will play in the new United Football League, along with the California

Bluefish’s Greenberg featured on SI.com

Hey, everyone! Found this gem surfing the web … If you happen to be on-line today (if you’re reading this then you probably are), head over to SI.com (Sports Illustrated) and click on the “videos”

Cooley lands 6-8 forward Adam Jones

Fairfield University men’s basketball coach Ed Cooley has landed his second recruit for the 2010-11 season. Sources close to the Connecticut Post have said that 6-foot-8 forward Adam Jones of Winter

Trumbull Little League “HR Derby” set for Saturday

Members of the 1989 Trumbull Little League World Series champions will take part in a “home run derby” contest Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Unity Park. The team is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its