The Recorder

Lacrosse Loses In Final Non-Conference Game

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

It's time for Central Connecticut's lacrosse team to start facing fellow Northeast Conference teams, and they are going into the second half of the season already boasting as many wins as they totaled through last year. Unfortunately...

Baseball Searches For “Hot Hand”

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Feature, Sports

As the Central Connecticut baseball team wraps up their second series in the Northeast Conference, they will now have five games outside the conference before a series with Sacred Heart in two weeks. In that time, head coach...

Baseball Takes Two Of Three From Wagner

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Sports

After dropping two of three in their first Northeast Conference series last weekend, the Central Connecticut baseball team won two of three against Wagner, including an extra-inning thriller Friday and an offensive explosion on...

Track And Field Wins Seven Events At Outdoor Opener

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

April 1, 2019

Filed under Sports, Track & Field

Both the Central Connecticut men’s and women’s track and field teams opened their outdoor season on Saturday at the Monmouth Season Opener. The teams had a great deal of success, totaling seven gold medals between the two. Head...

Four Football Standouts On Display At Pro Day

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

March 26, 2019

Filed under Feature, Football, Sports

Though most of the eyeballs have been on Central Connecticut quarterback Jacob Dolegala in the leadup to the NFL draft, he was not the only Blue Devil to compete at the school’s Pro Day. Seniors Kenneth Keen, Chris Tinkham,...

Dolegala Continues NFL Dream At CCSU Pro Day

Daniel Fappiano, Layout Editor

March 26, 2019

Filed under Football, Sports

No football player has been drafted out of Central Connecticut since 2007. With his arm and a growing number of NFL eyes on him, quarterback Jacob Dolegala is looking to end that streak. With five scouts from three different...

Setting The Stage For The Sweet Sixteen

Trevi Alickolli, Social Media Editor

March 26, 2019

Filed under Basketball, Opinion, Sports

March is almost over, but March Madness is still in full force. The dust has settled now that Ja-madness and seven-foot-six-inch Tacko Fall are no longer in the dance. Despite that, top seeds remain the favorite while there is...

Offensive Struggles Plague Lacrosse On The Road

Ryan Jones, Assistant Sports Editor

March 25, 2019

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports

One remaining game separates Central Connecticut lacrosse from the start of Northeast Conference play. With the less critical, out-of-conference schedule soon to be all but finished, the Blue Devils looked to start working out...

Abdul-Rauf Discusses Basketball Career, Faith

Griffin Garcia, Staff Writer

March 25, 2019

Filed under Basketball, Sports

Former first-round pick and 10-year NBA veteran Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf was known for his skill on the court before, but a conversion to Islam changed the whole scope of his career. Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf was born as a Baptist Christian...

Softball Shines At Nor’Eastern Classic

Daniel Fappiano, Layout Editor

March 25, 2019

Filed under Softball, Sports

After losing seven of the last nine games, Central Connecticut softball entered the weekend looking to bounce back with Northeast Conference play on the horizon. Against Rider in the Nor'Eastern Classic, the Blue Devils did just...

Baseball Drops Two Of Three In First NEC Series

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

March 25, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Sports

This past weekend marked the first series in the Northeast Conference for Central Connecticut’s baseball team. They had a tall task right off the bat, facing perennial conference favorite Bryant. Entering the series, head...

Inside Tom Curtin’s Turnaround

Patrick Gustavson, Sports Editor

March 25, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Player Profile, Sports

Just two years ago, Tom Curtin tossed 3.2 shutout innings against Sacred Heart in the Northeast Conference Championship game as a sophomore, earning the win and propelling the Central Connecticut baseball team to the NCAA Tournament. But...

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