Highlights include: In a new partnership Sacred Heart and Notre Dame will work together to enhance the high school’s athletic fields and bring wireless technology to its classrooms. Sacred Heart sports teams will have scheduled time to use the updated fields, which will include a regulation soccer field --Despite playing outdoor home games at a relatively new Campus Field (opened in 1997) and indoor home games at the William H. Pitt Center (also opened in 1997) --Pioneers rank at the very bottom in attendance for the major sports in the Northeast Conference --Dr. Linda Strong has recently been declared the recipient of the Outstanding Volunteer Award from the New England Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) --Exploring diversity during Curtis Week --Sacred Heart University Band was finally able to take their long awaited trip to perform in Ireland --Alumna Katie Murphy (2008) shares about her life after graduation --Resident assistants dedicate many hours of their time focusing on other students --Sacred Heart redshirt-junior guard Shane Gibson, the Northeast Conference leading scorer, hit a fade-away jumper with 6.7 seconds left on the clock to win the game for Sacred Heart against Central Connecticut 62-61 --SHU women’s basketball team continued their dominance in front of a crowd of 676 with a win over Central Connecticut State Blue Devils, 63-57.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 28, Issue 12" (2012). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 198.