Monthly Archive for April, 2013

: April, 2013

Amid abuse alegations, ECSU’s baseball coach Holowaty retires after 45 years

Legendary Eastern Connecticut State baseball coach Bill Holowaty has retired, a source told Hearst Connecticut Friday afternoon. A 45 year veteran and the architect of Eastern’s nationally-acclaimed

Doris: “Nothing imminent” on Fairfield changing conferences

Fairfield Athletics Director Gene Doris said Thursday morning while the school is keeping an open mind when it comes to the constant shuffling occurring in college athletics, for the Stags “there’s

William & Mary looking at SHU’s Swanson

Ed Swanson, who built the Sacred Heart women’s basketball program into a power in the Northeast Conference and has led the Pioneers to three NCAA Tournaments since 2006, is one of five coaches in the

MAAC adds field hockey; QU, Fairfield to join

The MAAC issued a press release Friday morning that will be adding  field hockey as an associate sport sponsored by the conference, with league play beginning in the 2013-14 academic year. Four

Fairfield, SCSU women to play soccer game Friday in Newtown

The Fairfield University women’s soccer team will play a spring exhibition game against Southern Connecticut State University at 7 p.m. Friday at Nighthawk Stadium in Newtown. Admission is free.

Fairfield’s Sposito makes U.S. National Indoor Field Hockey team

(Per Fairfield press release) Maddy Sposito (Ridgefield) has earned a spot on the U.S. National Indoor Team. The goalkeeper will play her second consecutive season for the national team which will

Stags name Sidibe captain for 2013-14 season

Per Fairfield press release this morning: Forward Amadou Sidibe (Bronx, N.Y.) was named team captain for the 2013-14 Fairfield University men’s basketball season. The announcement was made by coach

Sydney Johnson on Matthews leaving Fairfield

Touched base with Fairfield coach Sydney Johnson Tuesday night and here’s what he said about junior Keith Matthews deciding to leave the program: “Today I informed the team of Keith’s decision to

Matthews leaving Fairfield

Junior forward Keith Matthews has decided to transfer from Fairfield University and is likely headed back to his native Florida to finish his collegiate career for family reasons, according to a

SHU men likely to play Fla. Gulf Coast next season

The Sacred Heart men’s basketball team and Sweet 16 participant Florida Gulf Coast University are expected to tip off at the Las Vegas Classic in December. SHU assistant coach Anthony Latina said