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UMass Lowell ice hockey splits weekend with shootout win against Boston College and loss against Wildcats

UMass Lowell ice hockey splits weekend with shootout win against Boston College and loss against Wildcats

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “River Hawk players celebrate together.” Tanner Hume Connector Editor Excitement was in the air this weekend at the Tsongas Center, as the River Hawks continued their homestead on Friday Night by welcoming the Boston College Eagles to town. The Eagles entered the weekend on a skid, losing five consecutive

River Hawks split weekend series against Miami University (Ohio) after dominant Saturday win

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) “River Hawks forward Blake Wells sits in front of RedHawks goaltender Ludvig Persson.” Andrew Wilcox Connector Editor This past weekend, the River Hawks hosted Miami University (Ohio) and split the two-game series evenly with a loss on Friday and a win on Saturday. Leading into the Friday game, after

River Hawks blowout St. Lawrence Saints in dominant season opener

(Photo courtesy of the Lowell Sun) “River Hawks forward Brian Chambers celebrares his goal while UMass Lowell fans cheer.” Andrew Wilcox Connector Editor This homecoming, UMass Lowell took their first victory of the new hockey season against the St. Lawrence Saints with the final score being 4-0. River Hawks goaltender Gustavs Davis Grigals completed the

UMass Lowell Men’s Hockey Team is Back on the Ice

(Photo courtesy of Umass Lowell) Matt Micale Connector Editor The UMass Lowell River Hawks have a record of 4-5. The team is placed seventh out of eleven teams in their division, the Hockey East. The River Hawks just ended a four-game losing streak after a 3-2 overtime victory to UConn’s Huskies on Feb. 9. The

River Hawks win overtime thriller over seventh-ranked Providence College Friars

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Aaron Robinson  Connector Editor Carl Berglund scored with 39.7 seconds left in overtime and the UMass Lowell River Hawks righted the ship with a 3–2 overtime win against the No. 7 Providence College Friars Saturday night at the Schneider Arena. Berglund took the puck off a turnover by the