Congratulations to Central’s fencing team

Couldn’t make it to the annual Central High School St. Patrick Day fencing event this morning but at least I can give a shout out to some of the Hilltoppers fencers that recently competed in the
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Alumni Hall to host 2014 ECAC basketball championships

There’s going to be some exciting basketball this weekend at Alumni Hall. Go check it out: The Eastern College Athletic Conference has announced the field for the 2014 ECAC Division II Men’s
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Travelers Championships lands solid early commitments

The Travelers just landed some solid early commitments. Read on … Five top PGA TOUR players have announced their commitment to play in the 2014 Travelers Championship. Bubba Watson, Brandt Snedeker,
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Valentine to referee in “Men Make a Difference” game on Saturday

This fowarded from Chris O’Connor over at Sacred Heart … State officials and local television news personalities will once again delight Central Connecticut State University basketball fans when
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Why are the Stags struggling? Let us count the ways

The way things have gone for the Fairfield Stags this season it wouldn’t be anything of a surprise if its fans are looking forward to these final eight regular season games and a one-and-done MAAC
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SHU to name Pitt Center court after Dave Bike

FAIRFIELD – Sacred Heart University is planning to recognize former head coach Dave Bike by naming the basketball court at the Pitt Center “Dave Bike Court” in his honor. The ceremony will take place
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SHU’s Amanda Pape elected into the Northeast Conference Hall of Fame

Congratulations to former Sacred Heart women’s basketball star Amanda Pape, who was named to the Northeast Conference Hall of Fame today with Robert Morris men’s basketball player Myron Walker and
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Johnson: Jenkins “deserved” start

Justin Jenkins was going nowhere fast. Throughout the preseason, Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson talked about excited he was to watch Jenkins, a 6-foot-2 sophomore, play and help the Stags in
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