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2022 Homecoming sports preview

2022 Homecoming sports preview

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “UMass Lowell hockey players pose under blue light.” Steven O’Hara Connector Staff Another homecoming celebration, another exciting week of UMass Lowell sporting events. Starting on Friday, September 30th, UMass Lowell is showing off their athletic prowess for the whole week, ending on Saturday, October 8th. The River Hawks are

LeLacheur Park sold to UMass Lowell for one million dollars

(Photo courtesy of Eagletribune.com) “Sign of LeLacheur Park.” Jake Messer Connector Contributor This past summer, the city of Lowell approved the sale of LeLacheur Park to UMass Lowell for one million dollars. UMass Lowell is also expected to invest an additional three million dollars into the stadium to meet NCAA Division 1 stadium and facility

UMass Lowell remembers 9/11

(Photo courtesy of 9/11 Memorial website) “Ariel shot of the 9/11 memorial in Lower Manhattan, New York City” Lillie Zate Connector Staff Sunday, September 11th, 2022, marked the 21-year anniversary since 9/11 when 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked airplanes in different cities in New England and flew them into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and

River Hawks hockey team season ends in the NCAA tournament against Denver

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Lowell’s Lucas Condotta makes a move in front of Denver’s net Matt Micale Connector Editor UMass Lowell’s men’s hockey team’s season came to an end last Thursday after a 3-2 loss to the Denver Pioneers in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Lowell went into this game as the

River Hawks fall to UMass Amherst in Hockey East Semifinal

(Photo courtesy of UMass Amherst) Lowell’s Reid Stefanson gets tied up with Amherst’s goalie, Matt Murray Matt Micale Connector Editor Last Friday night, the UMass Lowell men’s hockey team lost to UMass Amherst 3-1 in the Hockey East semifinal game at the TD Garden. Lowell was seeded third in the division and Amherst seeded second.

Social justice in the hockey world

(Photo courtesy of ECHL) The logo for the East Coast Hockey League Tanner Hume Connector Editor Around the hockey world, issues with inequality in the hockey community have been an issue. Racism and sexism scatter the ice in embarrassing ways, that even in 2022, it is still happening. Here are a few recent examples of

UMass Lowell Men’s Hockey Team sweeps UNH over weekend

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) River Hawk seniors during their pregame ceremony on senior night Matt Micale Connector Editor The River Hawks had a successful weekend where they beat UNH twice, first on Friday night then on Saturday night. Lowell improved their record to 20-9-3 heading into the end of their regular season and the