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Bring Me the Horizon brings down the Tsongas Center

Bring Me the Horizon brings down the Tsongas Center

“Amo” is Bring Me the Horizon’s sixth studio album. (Photo courtesy of Troy Lafond/Connector) Troy Lafond Connector Staff On Friday, Feb. 1, metal band Bring Me the Horizon came to UMass Lowell to perform at the Tsongas Center. They are currently on their First Love World Tour in support of their new album “Amo,” which

There are many obstacles for women’s ice hockey at UMass Lowell

The club women’s ice hockey team was established in 2007 (Photo courtesy of Justin Lawler) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Editor UMass Lowell does not have a Division I women’s ice hockey team. It does, however, have a club women’s ice hockey team. The members of the team hope that UMass Lowell will someday have a Division

Women’s basketball loses second straight in loss vs. Providence

The River Hawks will look to rebound in their three-game road trip (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Editor The UMass Lowell women’s basketball team (3-7) lost  their second straight game 71-47 against the Providence Friars (5-3) on Saturday afternoon at the Costello Athletic Center. Senior guard Brianna Rudolph lead the River

Men’s basketball bounces back with another Tsongas Center victory

The River Hawks remain a perfect 4-0 at home thus far into the season (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Marcos Aguilar Connector Staff The UMass Lowell men’s basketball team (6-6) bounced back in their 110-63 rout of the Maine-Fort Kent Bengals (2-9) this past Friday night. The team had five players scoring in double figures with redshirt junior Christian Lutete scoring a team

Men’s basketball wins Tsongas Center debut against NJIT in blow out fashion

Lutete led the River Hawks with a career high 28 points (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Marcos Aguilar Connector Staff The UMass Lowell men’s basketball team (5-5) won their debut game at the Tsongas Center on Saturday defeating the visiting New Jersey Institute of Technology Highlanders (7-2) with a final score of 94-71. Redshirt junior

River Hawks tie Wildcats with Lohin’s late game heroics

UMass Lowell fought back in the third period to salvage a tie against UNH (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Alecia Connolly and Aaron Robinson  Connector Editors Ryan Lohin scored two goals in 27 seconds after returning from injury, and the UMass Lowell River Hawks overcame a 2-0 third period deficit to tie the University of New Hampshire Wildcats Friday night in Hockey East

A time for change and surprise for UMass Lowell women’s basketball

The River Hawks will look to improve under a new coach and surpass expectations (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Editor Entering their sixth year in Division I, the women’s basketball team will be experiencing substantial changes this year. The program hired it’s eighth head coach in its history in Tom Garrick.

Lethargic River Hawks suffer disappointing loss against Northeastern

UMass Lowell will hope to forget a poor performance heading into their next game vs. Bentley (Matt Dwyer/Connector)  Hannah Manning Connector Editor The UMass Lowell River Hawks put the Tsongas Center to sleep with an uninspiring effort against the Northeastern Huskies on Friday, Oct. 26. After 60 minutes of mostly uneven play on the part

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