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Wealth of riches — What’s next for Boston sports

Wealth of riches — What’s next for Boston sports

In 2001, I sat and watched from the wood floor of my grandparents’ house as the New England Patriots pulled off an upset of epic proportions, beating the St. Louis Rams for their first of three Super Bowl victories in the next decade. The Patriots’ third Lombardi trophy coincided with the Red Sox first World

UMass Lowell outlasts Minnesota State- Mankato in NCAA opening round

The River Hawks relied on strong special teams play and goaltender Connor Hellebuyck made 35 total saves — several of the incredible variety — to propel UMass Lowell to a matchup with Hockey East foe Boston College on Sunday with a 2-1 victory over the Mavericks of Minnesota State-Mankato. Joseph Pendenza scored on a shorthanded

Champions again!

River Hawks claim second consecutive Hockey East title with win over UNH The UMass Lowell hockey team took home their second Hockey East tournament championship in as many years over the weekend after making easy work of Notre Dame in the semis and New Hampshire in the final at the TD Garden in Boston. Both

Softball struggles for runs in doubleheader versus Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman University

UMass Lowell softball only surrendered five runs over two games in their doubleheader against Bethune-Cookman. The problem was they were not able to score more than one run combined against the Wildcats. In the first game, Lowell freshman Lauren Ramirez pitched a great game, going four and two-thirds innings giving up just one run on

Omar Abdi runs for his roots in Poland

UMass Lowell track and field member Omar Abdi found himself on unfamiliar ground Friday in Sopot, Poland, running at the IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships. Abdi represented his home country Somalia at the event. He showcased a competitive spirit and improved attitude in the competition but was unable to qualify for the 1,500

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