Monthly Archive for April, 2011

: April, 2011

Pasqualoni gives “State of the Union” on UConn football

Thursday morning at the fourth annual Fairfield County Sports Commission charity breakfast in Norwalk, new UConn football coach Paul Pasqualoni was the keynote speaker and he issued a “State of the

Sydney Johnson adds to his staff at Fairfield

While it’s not official yet, new Fairfield men’s basketball coach Sydney Johnson has added two members to his coaching staff. Stags athletic director Gene Doris said Thursday at the Fairfield County

Scenes from the Lighthouse Tennis tournament

The city of Bridgeport, along with the Lighhouse after school program, celebrated a $50,000 grant from the United States Tennis Association by holding its third annual spring tennis tournament at the

Green, Calcavecchia shoot 68 at Liberty Mutual Legends

Ken Green got throught his first round Friday in the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Tournament in Savannah, Ga. with his partner and good friend Mark Calcavecchia, shooting a 4-under 68. Here’s what

Should Fairfield play home and home with SHU?

In Sunday’s Post, I wrote about how it appears the Fairfield-Sacred Heart men’s and women’s basketball series’ are apparently very close to coming to an end because Sacred Heart athletic director, Don

UB to host 3rd annual Diana Silonova fundraiser

Just got this e-mail from UB Sports Information Director Chuck Sadowski … thought I’d pass it along. On April 29, the University of Bridgeport women’s soccer team will host Fairfield University in

Talking about Sydney Johnson

Here are some comments from Fairfield players Sean Crawford and Jamel Fields on the hiring of Sydney Johnson Sean Crawford (How did the meeting with coach Johnson go?) “We all understood each other.

Welcome home, NCAA Champion Huskies

Welcome home, Huskies

Kemba Walker going into UConn’s “Wall of Fame”

Kemba Walker going into UConn\'s \"Wall of Fame\"

Doris got his man … and his name is Sydney Johnson

Fairfield AD Gene Doris is a very happy man. He just called to say that he’s formally hired Sydney Johnson to become the new head men’s basketball coach, replacing Ed Cooley, who left for Providence.