Tag: CAA

  • What’s in a name? CAA sheds “Colonial” title

    BY DANIEL STEENKAMER Managing Sports Editor The University of Delaware’s Division I athletic conference has dramatically changed in membership since the Fightin’ Blue Hens joined the league in 2001. On Thursday, its name changed as well. The Colonial Athletic Association, known as the CAA and CAA Football for its football conference, announced its new moniker:…

  • Delaware captures second straight CAA men’s lacrosse championship

    BY DANIEL STEENKAMER Managing Sports Editor Nearly one year ago, the Delaware men’s lacrosse team impressed on a national stage, eliminating Georgetown to advance to the program’s third-ever NCAA quarterfinal. Saturday afternoon at Delaware Stadium in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) championship game, the Blue Hens assured themselves a chance at an encore by securing…

  • Photo Gallery: Delaware wins over Campbell University in CAA semifinal

    BY LARISSA VERONICA HEATHERManaging Visuals and Layout Editor Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa Veronica Heather/THE…

  • Delaware advances to CAA men’s soccer semifinal with PKs win over Drexel

    BY DANIEL STEENKAMERManaging Sports Editor You can hear Delaware men’s soccer goalkeeper Adam Vik talk his game from anywhere. That is what Blue Hens head coach Tommy McMenemy was reminded of Thursday night during his team’s match-winning penalty kicks over Drexel University in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA) tournament first round. Vik backed up his…

  • Hastings’ breakout year helps Delaware into CAA tournament

    BY KONNER METZEditor-In-Chief T.J. Hastings did not know where he was going to play college soccer at the end of his senior year of high school. After committing to the University of Virginia, the Appoquinimink High School product changed course and decommitted in May. With his college search reopened and many programs already having filled…