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Final Four goes down in Phoenix

Final Four goes down in Phoenix

(photo courtesy of Sun Devil Athletics) “Poster for the Final Four in Phoenix.” Shaan Baid Connector Editor The stage is set for the Final Four of the Men’s NCAA tournament with UConn, Alabama, Purdue and NC State advancing.   The biggest headline is No. 11 NC State upsetting No. 4 Duke 76-64. NC State continues its Cinderella

Women’s lacrosse bulldoze Terriers 20-7

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “Chloe Bowers looks for opening to pass in game.” Sarah Mahannah Connector Editor The UMass Lowell women’s lacrosse team (9-3) swept the Boston University Terriers (4-7) 20-7 on Wednesday April 3 at Cushing Field.  Junior Jade Catlin scored a game-high seven points with four goals and three assists. Meanwhile

Men’s Basketball falls short to Vermont; looks forward to 2024-2025 season

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “Cam Morris III shoots a hoop.” Jake Messer Connector Staff The UMass Lowell men’s basketball team came up short of their first-ever America East Conference Championship, losing to the Vermont Catamounts by a score of 66-61.     Ever since they lost to Vermont in last season’s final, their

Celtics go 4-0 to extend winning streak to eight

(Photo courtesy of EuroSport.com) “Jayson Tatum attempts to score against Bulls defender.” Shaan Baid Connector Editor Boston improves to a lead-best record of 56-14 after victories over the Washington Wizards, Detroit Pistons, and Milwaukee Bucks. They are head-and-shoulders above the Eastern Conference, holding an 11-game lead over the second-place Bucks for the No. 2 seed. 

March Madness first round recap

(Photo courtesy of NBC sports) “Yale basketball player has possession of the ball.” Shaan Baid Connector Editor There goes a vast majority of people’s March Madness brackets. The first round of the Men’s NCAA tournament tipped off on Thursday with many upsets. The biggest upset was No. 3 Kentucky getting upset by No. 14 Oakland,

Esports gambling could lead to a slippery slope

(Photo courtesy of legalsportsbetting.com) “Stage of an esports competition.” Jake Messer Connector Staff Now that sports betting is becoming legalized in more states across the country, more and more adult sports fans will have the choice to enhance their own sports consumption at their discretion. They don’t have to play, but if they want to,