- SPB Weekly Update: 3/27/17
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball hires new coach Baker Dunleavy; top three scorers, Dixon, Kiss and Daniels, ask to leave program
- Quinnipiac’s cinderella season ends at the hands of No. 1 seed South Carolina, 100-58
- Dave Clarke’s program inspired by the women’s basketball team’s run to the Sweet Sixteen
- Geno Auriemma shows support for Quinnipiac at his Sweet Sixteen practice
- Sweet Sixteen Preview: No. 1 seed South Carolina
- Bobcat Breakdown: 03/21/17
- Pep rally and final practice extra sweet for women’s basketball
- Sports Paws: 03/21/17
- Quick report: Three takeaways from Quinnipiac’s second round win; to the Sweet 16
Video: Offensive woes continue as Quinnipiac has to get back to the drawing board
By: Sierra Goodwill
Quinnipiac women’s basketball dropped it’s second straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference matchup on Thursday night at Webster Bank Arena 65-52 to the Fairfield Stags. Quinnipiac, which shot just 31.3 percent from the field including 4-for-28 from deep, continues to fall behind in games early as it was down 16-8 after the first quarter. The Bobcats trailed for 39:15 and never lead. With the loss, Quinnipiac falls to 17-6 overall and 10-3 in the MAAC. The Stags improve to 11-11 overall and 8-5 in conference play.
Q30 Sports reporter Sierra Goodwill takes a closer look at the Bobcats struggles.
About Sierra Goodwill
Sierra Goodwill is a sophomore journalism major from Marlborough, CT. She is the Sports Director of Q30 Television. Sierra is also a beat reporter for the Quinnipiac men's and women's ice hockey teams. She hopes to pursue a career as a sports reporter or anchor. You can follow her on Twitter @SierraGoodwill.