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Boston Red Sox early season preview

Alex Sponseller Connector Contributor The 2014 Boston Red Sox’ campaign for another World Series title began last week in Baltimore. There are many questions and story lines surrounding this team and their offseason moves, but one thing that is for sure is that they are poised to once again be competitive in not only the

A sporting day for UMass Lowell rowing

Lucas Brown Connector Conntributor UMass Lowell’s Rowing club started their two kilometer season with a bang on Saturday, going up against Mass Maritime rowing and the University of Connecticut Rowing at UMass Lowell’s Bellegarde Boathouse. The weather was in favor of a good boat race, with the current markedly faster than usual. The day began

Former River Hawks move on to professional hockey

The UMass Lowell men’s ice hockey team will be missing a significant number of key pieces when it begins its 2014-2015 season. Senior captain Josh Holmstrom, senior assistant captain Joseph Pendenza and senior goaltender Doug Carr are moving on from college hockey, at least. Holmstrom signed an amateur try-out (ATO)deal and will play hockey with

Ice hockey Head Coach Norm Bazin reflects on successful season

Marlon Pitter Connector Editor Projected number one overall in numerous preseason polls, the River Hawks were poised to make a return to the Frozen Four. Their aspirations, however, were dashed by Hockey East rival Boston College in the NCAA Northeast Regional Final. After going 26-11-4 overall and winning the Hockey East Tournament for the second

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