Long’s legacy defined

The second semester means the biggest student election of the year, the Fairfield University Student Association presidential election, is near. It also means current FUSA president, Alexander Long ‘14, will see his term soon come to an end.
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Vazquez’s clutch shooting sinks Grifs

The Stags sealed a 63-57 victory over the Canisius Golden Griffins after Alexys Vazquez ‘14 sunk four clutch free throws. The women’s basketball team is now 11-7 overall and 6-3 in the MAAC after winning their sixth consecutive meeting against Canisius.

Don’t judge Sherman by his outbursts

If you aren’t familiar with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman by now, it’s time to turn on ESPN and learn about him. “I’m the best corner in the game and when you try me with a sorry receiver like (Michael) Crabtree, that’s the result you’re gonna get.”

Professor Profile: Pilotti named adjunct of the year

Dawn Pilotti ‘97, art history professor at Fairfield University, was named the 2013 adjunct teacher of the year. “I was excited and honored, but my students are the reason that I won the award. My students inspire me,” said Pilotti, when learning she had won.
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Rees’ 100th win highlights men’s soccer’s season

In the 2013 Fairfield men’s soccer season, the team put together an 8-5-3 overall record while going 5-3-2 in the MAAC Conference. Six Fairfield student-athletes were recognized for the academic achievement as members of the MAAC All-Academic team: Jordan Ayris ‘15, Matt Danaher ‘14, Sean Fahy ‘14, George Newton ‘16 , John Sullivan ‘15, and Matt Turner ‘16.

Freshmen off to flying start in first games

The transition from high school to college has not been an incredibly easy one for the freshmen on the men’s basketball team. “I think it’s pretty challenging because I’m like not playing the position I was in high school so it’s kind of hard transitioning from a point guard to a shooting guard,” said Doug Chappell ‘17 about adjusting to the college basketball atmosphere.

Stags get Senior Day win

​On Sunday Nov. 3, the Fairfield Stags field hockey team held their Senior Day and made the seniors proud with a 6-1 victory over the Brown Bears. This was their last regular season game and solidified the Stags with an 11-6 record. A consistent flow of both offense and defense led the girls to victory in this contest.
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Soccer coaches win big

In these past few weeks, Fairfield men’s and women’s soccer coaches, Carl Rees and Jim O’Brien, respectively, have made great accomplishments. Carl Rees notched his 100th MAAC win as a coach and Jim O’Brien finished the season as the first ever coach of an undefeated Fairfield women’s soccer team at home.