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UMass Lowell finishes regular season with 3-1 victory over Boston College

UMass Lowell finishes regular season with 3-1 victory over Boston College

River Hawk teammates raise their arms in celebration of A.J. White’s goal to put the team on top in the first period. (George DeLuca/Connector) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor When the moment got big, the River Hawks stepped up to make plays. UMass Lowell knocked off Boston College 3-1 Saturday night at Tsongas Center to finish

Photos: Men’s basketball falls to UAlbany on Senior Night

Guard Mark Cornelius was one of two seniors — along with DJ Mlachnik — honored before the game on Senior Night for the River Hawks. He scored six points and dished out two assists in a losing effort against the Great Danes Wednesday night at the Tsongas Center. (All photos by George DeLuca/Connector)

Taking a look at PairWise, nothing has been guaranteed

Sophomore C.J. Smith has been the River Hawks leading scorer this season. (Photo by George DeLuca/Connector) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor When it comes to who makes the NCAA tournament come mid-March, NCAA rankings mean absolutely nothing. They are perfectly fine numbers to slap next to a university’s name. That’s exactly how the NCAA draws in

Kevin Boyle: The man behind the mask

Senior goalie Kevin Boyle has been a mainstay in the River Hawks’ success this season. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Marlon Pitter Connector Editor Some people are just born to play hockey, and UMass Lowell goalie Kevin Boyle might be one of them. Through 31 games this season, Boyle has 19 wins, a .932

Men’s lacrosse falls to Yale in home opener

Alexa Hyde Connector Staff UMass Lowell (0-2) kicked off their home season this Saturday against the visiting Yale Bulldogs (1-0). Despite a strong fourth quarter, the River Hawks were unable to overcome the dominating ninth-ranked Yale team, losing 17-7 at Cushing Field. “We learned a valuable lesson today and hopefully that will serve us through

Smith, River Hawks sweep season series with UMass Amherst

C.J. Smith continued his hot streak by tallying a goal and an assist in Friday night’s 4-2 victory over UMass Amherst. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Hannah Manning Connector Staff UMass Lowell got goals from four different players, and came out of Friday night’s nonconference matchup against rival UMass Amherst with a 4-2 win.

River Hawks fall to UNH on Senior Night

Seniors Lindsey Doucette (33) and Melissa Frase (24) played their final home game for UMass Lowell Wednesday night at the Tsongas Center. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Michaela Hyde and Alexa Hyde Connector Staff The UMass Lowell women’s basketball team (4-22, 1-13 AE) fell to the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (10-16, 4-9 AE)

No grey area here: White is the real deal

Isaac White made his presence felt in game two of the season with his a game-winning layup to lift the River Hawks past Sacred Heart at the Tsongas Center. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor If you want to buy him a drink, you need to wait until April 2018. But

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