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Baylor ends Gonzaga’s perfect season in decisive win to capture their first ever NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship

Baylor ends Gonzaga’s perfect season in decisive win to capture their first ever NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship

(Photo courtesy of SBNation.com) Baylor’s Mark Vital on the court during the Championship game Matt Micale Connector Editor On Monday, April 5, the Baylor Bears took down the undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs 86-70 in the Men’s NCAA Championship in Indiana. This was Baylor’s first ever men’s basketball national title. Baylor was the early aggressor and took

UMass Lowell Men’s Basketball taking first trip to America East Championship game – close to making the NCAA March Madness Tournament

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Teammates Connor Withers and Max Brooks on the court during America East Semifinal game at UMBC Matt Micale Connector Editor After an upset against the UMBC Retrievers in the semifinals, the River Hawks propelled themselves to the America East Championship game for the first time in team history. This is

Starch Madness: Frosted Four doughnut showdown

Doughnuts seem simple, but finding the perfect one can be difficult.  Marlon Pitter Connector Editor It is March. You know what that means. The Connector’s Starch Madness local doughnut bracket returned this month as a special for the Downtown Lowell Issue and a play on college basketball’s March Madness. This year, we shrunk the field

NCAA basketball: Don’t mistake maturity for lack of talent

Stars Buddy Hield and Georges Niang led their teams to deep tournament runs as seniors this season. (Charlie Neibergall/AP) Kyle Gaudette Connector Editor It’s wise to be a fan of something before you decide to critique it. That’s just part of being a good critic. When Kentucky steamrolled its way to a 38-0 record and

Starch Madness: The best donut in Lowell

Shane Foley Connector Editor March Madness appears to be a temper tantrum that has consumed the country, with everyone from Celtics guard Avery Bradley to President Barack Obama submitting brackets with their selections for the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament. The Connector wanted to participate in this as well, however we didn’t want to make

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