Friday Sports Briefs

Yale, Quinnipiac Advance to NCAA Championship Game Congratulations to the Yale and Quinnipiac hockey teams, which will meet tomorrow night in the NCAA Championship game.  Mike Anthony has the stories of Quinnipiac’s 4-1 victory over St. Cloud State and Yale’s 3-2 victory over UMass Lowell. in the semi-finals. The Management of the Rutgers-Rice Situation Paul […]

Greater New Haven Chamber Sports Council to Host Hot Stove Event

The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce Sports Council will host a Hot Stove Breakfast event featuring Ron Darling and Dr. Rich Diana on Wednesday, January 26, from 8-10 a.m., at the Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Dr., New Haven. Veteran sportscaster George Grande will moderate.  The event is sponsored by Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists. The function […]

Connecticut 6 Classic Joins State’s Sports Scene

The past two nights have brought two fresh events to the Connecticut sports scene.  On one end of the spectrum, professional football visited Hartford in the form of the United Football League (UFL).  At the opposite end, six college basketball teams kicked off a showcase of Division I teams not named UConn. Inspired by the fifty-five year old “Philadelphia […]

Friday Sports Briefs

UFL Set to Play in E. Hartford on November 12 As part of the UFL’s inaugural season, the Florida Tuskers and New York Sentinels will play at Rentschler Field on November 12.  The game signifies the possibility that the upstart league will field a team in Hartford in its second year. UConn football is off that week, […]

Tuesday Sports Briefs

The State of College Football in New Haven On Wednesday, August 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce will host Chalk Talk, a panel of New Haven’s collegiate football coaches at Hula Hank’s.  The panel features the University of New Haven’s Peter Rossomando, who will lead the return of UNH football; […]

Connecticut 6 Classic: State’s Midmajors Seek Basketball Spotlight

A brand new, seasoning-opening college basketball tournament is coming to Connecticut this fall.  The Connecticut 6 Classic was announced yesterday, and is drawing attention as much for the six involved schools – Quinnipiac, Fairfield, Yale, Hartford, Central Connecticut and Sacred Heart – as the school that has been left out – UConn. The exclusion of UConn […]

Sports Law and Business Events in Connecticut on Wednesday, November 19

Two events are being held in Connecticut tomorrow for those interested in sports law and business. The University of Connecticut School of Law is hosting a career panel tomorrow, November 19 at 12:30 pm, featuring UConn Athletic Director Jeff Hathaway and New York sports attorney Jeffrey Miskin.  For more information, click here. The Greater New […]