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10 Years and Counting

10 Years and Counting

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Jeffrey Ring Connector Editor UMass Lowell Men’s Ice Hockey has a rich history. From its coaches to the players, to the rowdy fans in the seats. When the 2020-2021 seasons begins, current head coach, Norm Bazin will begin his tenth season behind the bench for the River Hawks. Bazin could

River Hawks fight back after early deficit to tie BC, 4-4

Senior goaltender Christoffer Hernberg made 22 saves against Boston College. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Hannah Manning Connector Editor The Tsongas Center became a warzone as the Saturday night matchup against the struggling Boston College Eagles and the UMass Lowell River Hawks unfolded. Sophomore forward Charlie Levesque was handed a game misconduct early in the first period and

River Hawks dominate St. Thomas, 7-3, in exhibition play

UMASS LOWELL ATHLETICS LOWELL, Mass. – The UMass Lowell hockey team defeated the St. Thomas University Tommies 7-3, in an exhibition game at the Tsongas Center on Sunday afternoon. At 3:54 of the third period, Wallin scored his second goal of the game off of a Jake Suter assist for a 6-1 lead. Ryan McGrath

The school’s new source of ‘River Hawk Pride’

A look into the creation of UML’s new fight song Regina Alongi Connector Editor “GO! BLUE! UML!” If this chant isn’t familiar to you yet, it will be soon. After decades of going without one, UMass Lowell finally has its very own fight song, “River Hawk Pride”! Where some universities adopt a previously composed song

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