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

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

Men’s basketball defeats Maine Black Bears 88-76 on senior night

Senior guard Jahad Thomas finished the night with 26 points (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Matt Kaiser Connector Staff On Wednesday Feb. 21 the UMass Lowell men’s basketball team notched a commanding victory over the University of Maine Black Bears. The final home game of the season was also Senior Night, and senior guard Jahad

River Hawks defeat Black Bears 4-1 to earn series split

UMass Lowell forward C.J. Smith watches carefully as Maine’s Dane Gibson controls the puck. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Brock Johnson Connector Staff The River Hawks managed a series split against Hockey East opponent University of Maine this weekend, losing 5-2 on the road Friday but came home to the Tsongas Center to earn a 4-1 victory Sunday

Field hockey falls just short in first conference game

The River Hawks will return to Lowell — and conference play after a one-game tilt against Sacred Heart — on Oct. 7 against the University of New Hampshire. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) by Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff Despite a high pace, high intensity effort by UMass Lowell field hockey (3-5) the team was defeated

Women’s soccer falls to Maine 1-0 in aggressive game

The River Hawks fell to a 3-5-2 record overall and 1-1-0  in America East play. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) by Kathryn Leeber Connector Staff Despite a strong start, the UMass Lowell women’s soccer team was unable to score, leading to a 1-0 loss. The team came out assertively to start the game, with fast

River Hawks bested by Black Bears at Costello

Freshman Katherine Smith goes for a layup against a Black Bear defender in Thursday night’s loss against the University of Maine. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Michaela Hyde and Alexa Hyde Connector Staff The UMass Lowell’s women’s basketball team found themselves trailing a dominant Maine squad (20-7, 11-1 AE) for the entire contest in a

Louria gives UMass Lowell huge Christmas present

(Photo/Christopher Tran/Connector)   It may not have been on everybody’s Christmas list, but Michael Louria’s overtime goal over the Maine Black Bears was certainly well appreciated at the Tsongas Center Saturday night. Though it was a hard-fought, tight hockey game, UMass Lowell was finally able to triumph 3-2. “They made it difficult to transition and