Author Archives: George DeLuca

Men’s soccer, Binghamton deadlock 1-1 in double OT; remain undefeated after AE opener

Men’s soccer, Binghamton deadlock 1-1 in double OT; remain undefeated after AE opener

Wuilito Fernandes (10) is surrounded by Bearcats (Nikkos Pasarras (20), Zach Galluzzo (4), Miles Burbank (23), and Charlie Novoth (2)) as Ivan Blaskic (13) follows the play. (photo/George DeLuca) George DeLuca Connector Editor The Binghamton Bearcats tied the UMass Lowell men’s soccer team with 27 seconds left in regulation, but the ensuing tug-of-war in double-overtime failed

Wuilito Fernandes exemplifies leadership on and off the field

Fernandes is a major reason for the men’s soccer team’s success this season. (Photo/George DeLuca) by George DeLuca Connector Editor In 2009, Wuilito Fernandes came to the United States from Praia, Cape Verde, a small city on an island located about 500 miles west of Senegal, Africa. He played soccer as much as he could back

Women’s soccer beats UAlbany 1-0 in the final minute

UMass Lowell midfielder Laura Gagnon (14) moves the ball downfield against UAlbany midfielder/forward Alexa Schneider as Rachel Morrier follows the play. Gagnon got the assist on the winning goal by forward Jaymee Luke. (Photo by George DeLuca/Connector) George DeLuca Connector Editor The UMass Lowell women’s soccer team executed a designed play for a goal when they

River Hawks men’s soccer team duels Dartmouth to a 1-1 draw

River Hawk forward/midfielder Wuilito Fernandes (10) tangles with Dartmouth midfielder Alexander Marsh (24). (Photo/George DeLuca) by George DeLuca Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s soccer team couldn’t conjure up the magic needed to break a 1-1 tie against Dartmouth in yet another double overtime contest on Saturday night at Cushing Field. The Big Green drew first

Men’s soccer edges St. Francis Brooklyn 2-1 in double overtime

Ivan Abramovic celebrates his double overtime goal with his overjoyed teammates as the rest of the team rushes onto the field. From left: Jakov Basic (21), Carlos Ruiz (3), Abramovic (without jersey), Wuilito Fernandes (10) and Ivan Blaskic (13). (George DeLuca/Connector) George DeLuca Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s soccer team found a way to

Field hockey falls to Miami (Ohio) 4-3 in double overtime

Georgia Cowderoy (3) battles for control of the ball with Miami (OH) forward and top scorer Paula Portugal (5). Kendall Hunter (4) follows the play. Portugal scored the winning goal as Miami (Ohio) won in double overtime 4-3. (Photo courtesy George DeLuca/Connector) by George DeLuca Connector Editor The UMass Lowell field hockey team lost to

Spinners lose to State College 7-4

Left fielder Tyler Hill is congratulated by Manager Iggy Suarez as he heads home after a solo home run in the first inning. (Photo courtesy George DeLuca/Connector) by George DeLuca Connector Staff The Lowell Spinners (18-12) returned home with a four-game winning streak in hand, only to kickoff a three-game home stand at LeLacheur Park

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