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QU Chronicle Sports Nov 11
Quinnipiac men’s soccer () falls to Rider in Championship, 1-0 📰: (via )
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QU Chronicle Sports Nov 11
Quinnipiac volleyball () sweeps Niagara, 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 28-26), to finish regular season 8-20 (7-11 in ) Photos via Emily Thompson:
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: The clock reads 0:00, and Rider has been crowned the 2018 MAAC Champions. By a final score of 1-0, they defeated the Bobcats in a hard fought championship game to earn their title.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: 3 minutes left and the score remains 1-0 in favor of Rider. It's sure to be an intense final 3 in the 2018 MAAC Championship.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Just under 10 minutes to play and the score still reads 1-0 in favor of Rider. Quinnipiac doesn't seem to be showing any kind of desperation to put a goal in, but perhaps that will change.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: 20 minutes to play in the second half of the MAAC Championship game. Rider currently leads Quinnipiac 1-0
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Eamon Whelan called for a foul in Rider's box, and Rider defender Arthur Herpreck didn't take too kindly to it. He shoved Whelan after the play, the refs deciding not to intervene. This game is getting awfully chippy as time slowly winds down.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: With Quinnipiac down 1-0 and needing a goal, Eamon Whelan reenters the field of play with 28 minutes to go in the second half.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Rider breaks the scoreless tie 10 minutes into the second half. Pablo DeCastro scored the goal off an Emmanuel Kouma assist, making the score 1-0 in favor of Rider
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Quinnipiac's Eamon Whelan, who led the MAAC in goals scored this season and sat the last 10 minutes of the first half, starts half number two still on the bench
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QU Chronicle Sports Nov 11
Some 📸 from the first half of the Championship ( )
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: A look at the first half stats for Rider and Quinnipiac in the MAAC Championship game.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: The game goes to halftime tied 0-0. Rider outshot Quinnipiac 6-5, but Quinnipiac was more accurate, putting 3 of their chances on net, Rider only doing so twice.
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Another yellow for Quinnipiac, this one going to Christian Casagranda. 3 minutes remain in the first half, the score still 0-0
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: With 5 minutes left in the first half, the first yellow card has been handed out to Quinnipiac's Evan Hughes, his second of the tournament
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Some flashy footwork led to a free kick from just outside the 18-yard box for the Bobcats. They couldn't take advantage of the opportunity as the score remains 0-0 with 29 minutes remaining in the first half
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: Game is underway here at Quinnipiac Soccer Stadium in Hamden. We're in for a hard fought first 45 minutes of play
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Jared Penna Nov 11
MSOC: MAAC Championship game starts in 15 minutes! Quinnipiac hosts Rider in the final game of the MAAC postseason where a champion will be crowned
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QU Chronicle Sports Nov 10
Replying to @morgantencza
Few more 📸 from tonight’s game (via )
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QU Chronicle Sports Nov 10
Quinnipiac men's ice hockey () loses 5-1 to Union 📰: (via )
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