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Following the ‘blueprint’

By Nick Sczerbinski, QBSN Staff Writer “Without a goal scorer, an assist is just a pass,” Sarah Allen said. The wise words from then-junior Allen after she broke the NCAA single-season record for assists per game are a prime example of the mantra that she made her own. It is only fitting that exactly one … Continue reading

Up, up and away: Quinnipiac hosts its first NCATA championship

By Kevin Noonan, QBSN Chairman In its sixth year atop the York Hill Campus, the TD Bank Sports Center has seen a variety of events. But on the weekend of April 25-27, it hosted the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association’s national championship for the first time with the host Quinnipiac Bobcats ranked as the … Continue reading

Lamacchia in the limelight: Senior right-hander preps for MLB Draft

By Tim Schulze, QBSN Staff Writer Despite a slow season for the Quinnipiac baseball team, a flock of scouts can be seen every Friday afternoon at the Quinnipiac baseball field. They stand behind home plate, glancing at their notes while checking their radar guns after every pitch the senior right-handed pitcher delivers smacks against the … Continue reading

The Bobcat Bulletin, May 6th, 2013

Here is the link to the May edition of The Bobcat Bulletin. The Bobcat Bulletin is the monthly bulletin produced by the Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network. QBSN is the student-run brodcasting organization at Quinnipiac University.

Played singles, ended up doubles: Former tennis players tie the knot after Quinnipiac

By Andy Landolfi, QBSN Staff Writer There’s an old saying that opposites attract. If you said that to some former players of the men’s and women’s Quinnipiac tennis teams, however, they may politely disagree. As head coach of both the men’s and women’s teams, Mike Quitko has seen at least four relationships form that have … Continue reading

Aiming for more than the net

By Rebecca Castagna, QBSN Online Editor Matthew Peca isn’t sure about how he got his start in hockey, but he is sure about one thing: he’s far from done playing for Quinnipiac. Just days after he played in the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh, Bobcat fans let out a collective sigh of relief as Peca announced … Continue reading

The two-year plan

By Kevin Noonan, QBSN Chairman Almost everyone at Quinnipiac knows that the men’s ice hockey team advanced to the Frozen Four and eventually the NCAA Championship for the first time in program history. Less students are aware about the Acrobatics and Tumbling team placed second in the NCATA Championships at the TD Bank Sports Center. Even … Continue reading

Jamee Jackson dreams on

By Angelique Fiske, QBSN Chief Editor Made of twigs, thread and feathers, dream catchers remain a gift of sincerity. They ensure infants and young children peaceful sleep and dreams while trapping nightmares. The bad dreams remain in the web until the light of day evaporates them into air, never to bother the sleeper again. At … Continue reading

Athlete of the Week: Vincent Guglietti

By Mark Spillane, QBSN Staff Writer Quinnipiac baseball first baseman Vincent Guglietti (East Haven, Conn.) has earned this week’s athlete of the week honors with his productive weekend versus Wagner, and his multi-hit game against the University of Massachusetts. The 6-foot-5-inch sophomore went one for four with a walk and a strikeout in game two … Continue reading

Bobcat Blitz from April 30th

Check out the latest episode of Bobcat Blitz aired on April 30th, produced by QBSN as seen on Q30. The cast discusses the men’s lacrosse playoffs for the weekend of May 2nd-4th, women’s rugby’s playoffs in California, the NCATA National Championships hosted by Quinnipiac and women’s golf’s NEC playoffs in Daytona Beach.  Check out the … Continue reading

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