Monthly Archive for January, 2010

: January, 2010

Big win for Stags vs. Loyola

After leaving the Wonderland of Ice Thursday night (I was there working on a future column on a Russian Pee Wee hockey team that’s here training) I got to listen to the final minutes of Fairfield’s

Stags-Rider to be shown on ESPNU.

This just in from the MAAC office: ESPN has chosen the two MAAC men’s basketball matchups that will be televised on Friday, February 12. Fairfield University (14-5, 7-2 MAAC) will take on host Rider

Marist coach praises Stags

After watching his team get pounded by Fairfield 70-50 Thursday night, Marist coach Chuck Martin had nothing but priase for the Stags in Friday’s editions of the Poughkeepise Journal. “That’s a good

Evanovich becoming a ‘player’ for Stags

I wrote this after Monday’s win. No space in Tuesday’s paper for it. Post will run it Wednesday. BRIDGEPORT – These days, Mike Evanovich looks at the calendar and sees that there aren’t a lot of days

Best Stags starts

With its 13th win Monday, Fairfeld is off to one of its best starts after 18 games in school history. Here’s a list of the best starts by the Stags, the year it happened and the final record. 16-2

Fairfield-Siena: a recap

Here’s some good, some bad and some ugly, from Saturday’s 81-73 loss to Siena. The Good Ryan Olander had his first career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Yorel Hawkins scored 20 points

Reed: The Arena is our home court

Due to space limitations (I guess I wrote too much) part of a quote by Mark Reed, Mark Reed, Fairfield’s vice president for administrative and student affairs, was removed from today’s Alumni Hall

Walter Camp visits the Shehan Center

University of Houston quarterback Case Keenum, who threw for 5,671 yards and 44 touchdowns this season (and will be one of the favorites for the Heisman Trophy next season) visited the Cardinal Shehan

Fairfield to host WBCA “Pink Zone” game Saturday

Fairfield will “Think Pink” on Saturday with its men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader Saturday at the Arena at Harbor Yard. Here’s the release sent out by Fairfield: The Fairfield University

Best team in state?

I just had to throw this out there … for giggles, you know. Connecticut Division I basketball teams … look who’s got the best record … 1. Fairfield 12-4 2. UConn 11-5 3. SHU 9-6 4. Quinnipiac