UMass Lowell Connector Logo

Tag Archives: riverhawks

UMass Lowell Women’s Soccer at 6-3-1 after 2-1 victory against UNH

UMass Lowell Women’s Soccer at 6-3-1 after 2-1 victory against UNH

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) The Riverhawks celebrate after their victory against the UNH Wildcats Alex Decato Connector Contributor The UMass Lowell Women’s soccer team moved closer to the number one seed in the American East conference after their 2-1 victory against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. A late goal by Ionna Paptheodorou sealed

UMass Lowell Men’s Soccer Drop to 1-4-1 after a 1-0 loss to Merrimack

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) River Hawk Denis Petro controls the ball during last Tuesday’s game against Merrimack Alex Decato Connector Contributor The UMass Lowell Men’s soccer team faced another tough loss against Merrimack this past Tuesday night at Cushing Field in Lowell losing 1-0 The River Hawks failed to find the back of the net

Friars topple River Hawks 4-1 to split Hockey East home-and-home

The River Hawks managed to best the Friars in their three-game season series despite Saturday’s loss. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Aaron Robinson Connector Editor The No. 16 UMass Lowell River Hawks’ three game win streak ended Saturday night as the No. 15 Providence College Friars trounced the River Hawks 4–1 at the Tsongas

“Three times” rule not sticking for season ticket holders, alumni

Hannah Manning Connector Editor “U-M-L!” “Let’s go Low-ell!” “Fred C. Church!” This is just a smattering of the many chants that River Hawk faithful in the student section say at hockey games. These chants are only said three times. It is a grand freshman tradition to be at a hockey game and overzealously yell “U-M-L”

Men’s soccer falls 2-0 to conference opponent UNH

The River Hawks will look to rebound in Senior Night vs. Hartford (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Marcos Aguilar Connector Staff The UMass Lowell men’s soccer team (8-5-2, 3-2-0) fell to America East conference rivals, the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (9-3-2, 2-0) on a cold fall night at Wildcat Stadium in Durham, New Hampshire.

UMass Lowell students face off against New England Blazers wheelchair basketball team

The New England Blazers played against the UMass Lowell women’s basketball team in April of last year. (Julia Malakie/Lowell Sun) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Staff On Friday, Oct. 20, in their annual partnership with the New England Blazers, the physical therapy club invited students to learn first-hand the challenges people in wheelchairs go through by playing

Big skates to fill: 2017-18 season preview

UMass Lowell finished with a 27-11-3 overall record last season. (Christina Laderoute/Connector) Hannah Manning Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s hockey team started its season with three banners being sent to the rafters honoring last year’s accomplishments, yet it is largely uncertain how this season will end. After losing key players such as C.J. Smith,

River Hawks look to future at season’s end

Tommy Panico, Tyler Mueller and John Edwardh celebrate a River Hawk goal. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Brock Johnson Connector Editor The River Hawks ended their season with a loss to Notre Dame in the Northeast Regional Final on Sunday, March 26, finishing with a 27-11-3 record overall. UMass Lowell will be bidding farewell to an accomplished senior

%d bloggers like this: