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MANSFIELD, Mass. - College football celebrates the sport's 150th anniversary on Saturday, with each program in each NCAA division celebrating the milestone with an in-game presentation. The 23rd season of NE10 football continues on Saturday when New Haven travels to the University of Connecticut Memorial Stadium for the second game of a double-header.

The 2011 New Haven Open at Yale, presented by First Niagara, will be held on Saturday, August 6 and will feature some of the best female tennis players in the world. The Connecticut Tennis Center will host the U.S. Open women's tennis tournament and the first ever UConn-Yale Tennis Classic in August.

Yale is a member of the Ivy League, the nation's oldest college tennis conference, and offers more than 1,000 students and college graduates - athletes. University teams include Yale men's and women's basketball, women's volleyball, baseball, softball, football, lacrosse and baseball.

The university has a cross country and athletics program as well as a lacrosse team for men and women, the Yale Cross Country and the Athletics Club.

Pompea College of Business prepares students for the development of their education through the Professional Enrichment Program, which brings experience to the campus. The sports school offers basketball for men and women, women, cross country, lacrosse and the Yale Cross Country Club. There is an athletics programme as well as a football programme and a volleyball team for men and women, both in the Ivy League.

The Master's programme in Sports Management offers an exciting, practical course of study that prepares students for a career in sports management, business administration and business administration. It is one of the most established such programs in the world and the oldest continuously housed in a business school in the United States.

In addition to team success, New Haven has received national and regional awards as one of the most successful college sports programs in the United States. It has a long history of coaches who have had great success in both the professional and college fields.

Kosciolek was also a member of the U.S. National Team of Men and Women and was appointed associate professor of sports management at the University of Connecticut College of Business. New Haven has a long track record in the United States and abroad, as well as in Europe.

Condit also received numerous All-Region awards and was a member of the USA. The men's and women's national teams after his senior season. Graham holds the ECAC record for most rushing yards in a season (1,843) and rushing touchdowns (14), set in 1992 when the Chargers advanced to the NCAA semifinals, and Cazzie collected 905 yards and nine touchdown passes in the playoffs. New Haven finished the season with a 9-2 record, the best record in school history and the second-best mark in program history. The Chargers finished with an 11-1 record and a national championship, leading to their first ever NCAA Division I title. I - A title that was also named ECAC Team of the Year.

New Haven advanced to the NCAA Division II playoffs and was ranked third in national polls after winning its first-ever ECAC title in 2010. In 2010-12, the Chargers won their second consecutive title and third in four years, advancing to the semifinals of the College Football Playoffs for the first time in school history. The Chargers have won three consecutive Conference titles (2009-10, 2011-13 and 2012-14) and three straight ECACC championships (2010, 2012 and 2013) and advanced to an NCAA tournament in each of those seasons.

The return of football has been of great interest and excitement in New Haven in recent years due to the city's history with the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens have played at the stadium as a minor league team since the team was founded in 1996, preceded by a brief stint in neighboring West Haven from 1999-2000 and then a two-year stint from 2002-03. Newhaven is known for its fans who support the game and the "crazies" who sit in the stands at home games and support the opposing team. These fans are known to be extremely tough on opposing teams, relentlessly shouting obscenities and taunts at opposing players (and sometimes home-grown players) and making them an intimidating place, though direct physical violence from the stands is rare.

The Ravens won the Eastern League championship in 1996, their first victory in the franchise's first season in New Haven. The following season the team moved to Hamden, now called "Hamden Bics," and since then the city has been home to the NPSL's Elm City Express, which was founded in 2017. There is an Ansonia F.C., which is believed to have started playing in 1887 and disbanded in the 1920s, but there are no records of its existence. In 1965, Newhaven won its first football team in its history, called the New Haven Elms, which played at New Yale Arena, as well as a minor league team and later a professional baseball team.

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