The Recorder

Baseball Falls To Stony Brook; Bowens Returns

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 10, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Sports

It was a day of “uninspired” and “awkward” baseball from Central Connecticut’s baseball team, according to head coach Charlie Hickey, as the Blue Devils fell to out of conference Stony Brook by a score of 9-3. Despite...

Track And Field Takes On Colonial Reyes

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 10, 2019

Filed under Sports, Track & Field

Coming off a strong showing to open the outdoor season, both the Central Connecticut men's and women's track and field teams returned to action at the Colonial Reyes meet at William & Mary University with individual athletes...

De-throning The Warriors?

Trevi Alickolli, Social Media Editor

April 9, 2019

Filed under Basketball, Opinion, Sports

(All statistics and standings as of Apr. 6, 2019, via ESPN) The NBA Playoffs start this week and despite contrary belief, this year’s champion might be different than what everyone is expecting. Most expect the Golden S...

Field Of 16 Set For NHL Playoffs

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 9, 2019

Filed under Hockey, Opinion, Sports

Despite lining up with the postseason of the NBA on the calendar, hockey's playoffs are more comparable to March Madness with its unpredictability. Last year, an expansion team, in its first-ever season, was defeated in the Stanley...

A Run Down Of ‘America’s Team’s’ Off Season

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 9, 2019

Filed under Football, Opinion, Sports

For over a decade now, the once proud football team in Dallas, "America's team" has been the butt of the football world's jokes. After playoff choke jobs, bad defenses and countless 8-8 seasons, the Cowboys shook up the NFL in...

Softball Grabs First Conference Win

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 8, 2019

Filed under Softball, Sports

After going winless in its first two Northeast Conference series of the year, the Central Connecticut softball team came close to doing the same in the opener of the weekend series with Sacred Heart. Down 5-0 only four innings...

Baseball Splits Two Close Games

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 8, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Sports

Coming off a thrilling win against Quinnipiac in New Britain, the Central Connecticut baseball team hit the road to upstate New York, where it split a pair of games against non-conference opponents. The team first took on Niagara...

Lacrosse Falls Short In Northeast Conference Openers

Daniel Fappiano, Layout Editor

April 8, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

As Northeast Conference play began for the Central Connecticut lacrosse team, the Blue Devils faced off against LIU Brooklyn and Sacred Heart. Despite falling in both contests, Central managed to put together one strong half in...

Loda Steps In Behind The Dish

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 3, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Player Profile, Sports

When Sam Loda came to Central Connecticut in 2018, he was the clear heir apparent to the catcher job that had been held down for four years by Nick Garland. But Loda was thrust into action sooner than expected due to injuries,...

Unequal Pay Between Basketball Coaches Highlights Gender Income Inequality

Tom Hopkins, Copy Editor

April 3, 2019

Filed under News, On-Campus, Sports

Although it closed slightly in recent years, there is still a gap between what men and women earn for their work. At Central Connecticut, it exists between the men’s and women’s basketball coaches.  According to the state’s open payroll website, CCS...

MLB’s Proposed Pitching Rule Could Ruin Baseball

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 3, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Opinion, Sports

The strategy behind baseball and how a game is managed can be just as important as the physical game itself. With the MLB's newly proposed rule, a large part of this strategy will be lost with the changing times. The rule,...

Who Will Take Home The Hardware At The NBA Awards

Trevi Alickolli, Social Media Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Basketball, Opinion, Sports

The NBA regular season is wrapping up and the playoffs are just around the corner. But even more exciting, for some anyway, the league will announce the regular season awards shortly. With that, let the debates begin. Here...

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