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Men’s basketball back and better than ever before

Men’s basketball back and better than ever before

The UMass Lowell men’s basketball team will play their first home game against Wagner on Monday, Nov. 14 at Costello Athletic Center. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Andrew Haverty Connector Contributor Basketball season is officially back, River Hawk Nation. Once again it’s time to lace up and ball up on all 94 feet of that

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)

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

River Hawks on wrong end of buzzer beater

Senior Mark Cornelius shoots over a Wildcat defender in Thursday night’s America East matchup against the University of New Hampshire. (Evanthia Tully/Connector) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor One cannot take anything for granted in the America East Conference. For a team that played its best game defensively and shot 55 percent from the floor, quite simply,

River Hawks battle to 88-79 loss at UConn

Jahad Thomas led the River Hawks with 19 points in a strong performance against UConn Sunday afternoon. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Marlon Pitter Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s basketball team (4-7) put their offense to the test against No. 25 UConn (7-3), but it wasn’t enough to beat the Huskies, falling 88-79

River Hawks win shootout over Sacred Heart

Freshman Isaac White looks to make a play against a Sacred Heart defender. (Photo by GeorgeDeLuca/Connector) Marlon Pitter Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s basketball team earned their first of the season with an 87-84 victory over Sacred Heart Wednesday night at the Tsongas Center. “I was happy with the way we played,” said Head

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