Sports Information Desk

Stags fall short in MAAC Championship final

The number six seeded Stags found themselves on the wrong end of yet another double-overtime matchup, bowing out of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship final to the number four seeded Monmouth...
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Strong second half sends Stags past Niagara 2-0

In a season that has seen five goalless draws so far, Fairfield's Saturday afternoon outing against Niagara was a sight for sore eyes at Lessing Field. At last, the Stags got their offense humming, comfortably...

Men’s soccer fights to another scoreless draw

Although the Sunday afternoon rain had been long gone by kickoff time, a dangerously slick Lessing Field saw Fairfield end their second straight home match in a double-overtime goalless draw against Marist...

Men’s soccer tops Yale in home opener

A lone goal from forward Ben Wignall ‘18 was enough to see the Stags through to victory in their first home match of the season. It was a slow opening to the first half for both sides, with neither able to...

Men’s and women’s lacrosse reign supreme

Sophomore TJ Neubauer tallied four goals as the Stags (8-2) – winners of six straight – defeated the Bucknell Bison (5-6), head coach Andy Copelan's alma mater. Copelan, a 2003 graduate, was a four-year starter at midfield, earning all-conference honors his senior year. He helped lead them to four consecutive Patriot League titles and the program's first ever National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament bid in 2001.
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Stags take down Yale in overtime thriller

Senior Eric Warden buried the overtime goal to give the Stags a 12-11 victory, their first ever against the Yale Bulldogs. It was Warden's third goal of the game, assisted by Colin McLinden '15.