The Recorder

Henrys’ Bring Sibling Connection To Lacrosse Field

Shaina Blakesley, Managing Editor

April 24, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

From passing the ball around in the backyard to sharing the field for two years, Central Connecticut defenders Jane and Keeley Henry's time on the lacrosse field is coming to a close. Jane Henry first stepped on the field for...

NFL Mock Draft Part Two

Trevi Alickolli, Social Media Editor

April 24, 2019

Filed under Football, Opinion, Sports

Tomorrow, the first round of the NFL Draft begins. Here is part two of my mock draft of the first round, which includes picks 16 all the way to the number one selection. For part one of my mock draft, click here. (This mock draft does not include potential trades.) Carolina ...

Fixing The World Series Champs

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 24, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Opinion, Sports

*Statistics and standings reflective of Apr. 21* The magic of bringing home the World Series is quickly fading from the city of Boston, as the Red Sox have started out the 2019 season playing anything like the reigning champion...

Lacrosse Falls Short In Two NEC Contests

Shaina Blakesley and Daniel Fappiano

April 24, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

In the quest for its first win in Northeast Conference play, the Central Connecticut lacrosse team was plagued by poor first half performances that led to two home losses, including senior day on Saturday. The Blue Devils faced...

Lacrosse Seniors Lean On Teammates Through Uncertain Careers

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

As the four Central Connecticut lacrosse seniors walked off Arute Field for the final time on Saturday, it capped off a career of inconsistency, as most of them experienced up to four coaches in their time at the school. But throughout...

Baseball Swept By Bryant

Jeremy Ganavage, Copy Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Sports

After riding into the series on a three-game winning streak, the Central Connecticut baseball team's luck was quickly turned on its head as Bryant was able to take all three wins in dominating fashion in Thursday’s game and...

Softball Falls To UConn; Weekend Plans Washed Away

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Softball, Sports

A rainy Easter weekend may have derailed the plans of the Central Connecticut softball team, but the Blue Devils still managed to get in a non-conference matchup against Connecticut on Tuesday where they fell by a score of 6-0. The...

Dear MLB Pitchers: Stop Throwing At Hitters

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Opinion, Sports

Let the kids play. That is a slogan adopted by Major League Baseball this offseason, encouraging its players to be themselves, have fun and stray from the “unwritten rules” that have plagued the game for so long. The outcome...

Matthews Adds Strong Bat To Central Offense

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Player Profile, Sports

Though he may be unrelated to the singer, Dave Matthews has kept the ants of Central Connecticut's baseball team marching in his first year with the team. Transferring from Johnson and Wales last season, it was unsure how quickly...

Track And Field Impresses At Larry Ellis Invitational

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Sports, Track & Field

With just two weeks remaining before hosting the Northeast Conference Championship, Central Connecticut’s men’s and women’s track and field teams took on the Larry Ellis Invitational. Between the two squads, they collected...

Lacrosse Falls To Top Seeded Bryant

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 17, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

Two losses to start Northeast Conference play loomed over the head of Central Connecticut lacrosse and this tough part of the schedule could not have come at a worse time. Facing off against Bryant, who sits undefeated at the...

Editorial: Laura Ingraham Is What’s Wrong With America Today

April 17, 2019

Filed under Editorials, LGBT, Lifestyles, News, Opinion, Sports

Racism is alive and well in America today, and as it continues to cast a dark shadow and divide the country, people in positions of power should be doing their best to highlight and end it. Laura Ingraham, an anchor for FOX...

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