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The Quinnipiac Chronicle

September 25, 2013


Serving up tackles

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Digs from Logan Riker in Saturday’s women’s volleyball loss vs. Fairfield.


Number of yellow cards the women’s soccer team has taken this season.


Shots on goal by the field hockey team in Saturday’s 4-0 win vs. Vermont.

athletes WEEK of the

by the numbers

Clockwise from top left: Tanner Celestin serves in the first set of Saturday’s game vs. Fairfield; Maggie Myles tackles an American International player in the first half of Saturday’s game; Jamie Paolucci serves in the second set of Saturday’s game; Christie Albers and Madison Gegeckas tackle an American International player.

Borja angoitia

Megan conaboy

Men’s soccer

Field hockey

Junior Angoitia made 10 saves against Army on Sept. 18, leading Quinnipiac to a 0-0 draw against the undefeated the Black Knights. With the tie, Angoitia’s goals against average improves to 1.05 on the season, as the junior has only let through seven goals in 600 minutes of play. Matt Eisenberg/chronicle

Junior Conaboy recorded two shutouts between games Saturday and Sunday against Vermont and Saint Joseph’s, stopping every shot for eight total saves. Conaboy’s goals against average is down to 2.63 on the year and she has posted a .727 save percentage. Photo courtesy of Quinnipiac Athletics


Times the men’s soccer team was fouled in last week’s 0-0 tie vs. Army.

The Quinnipiac Chronicle Issue 5, Volume 83  
The Quinnipiac Chronicle Issue 5, Volume 83  

The 5th issue of this year's Quinnipiac Chronicle.