Corsair football back on a winning record after beating Buccaneers

By Staff Writer Benjamin Pfeffer. On October 26, the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs’ football team, then with a record of 4-3, traveled to Framingham State University, 5-2, to butt heads with the Rams. The end result was not what the Corsairs were looking for. It was a blowout from the beginning. The final score ended up being 44-13 in favor of the Rams. This game put the … Continue reading Corsair football back on a winning record after beating Buccaneers

Corsairs Hockey Team Loses Back-To-Back Games in Season Opener

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. The Corsairs men’s hockey team quickly skated through its first week of play, racking up two losses so far along the way. Their first game of the season – Tuesday, October 30th against the Fitchburg State Falcons – held immediate playoff implications from within MASCAC. The Falcons somewhat limped into this matchup after losing the own season opener. Despite the loss being out-of-conference, … Continue reading Corsairs Hockey Team Loses Back-To-Back Games in Season Opener

We celebrated, Boston. Now let’s go win another

By Staff Writer Greg Estabrooks. Boston. The City of Champions. Titletown. Call us what you will, but Boston is hands-down the greatest sports city in the country. In the waning days of October, the Red Sox beat the Dodgers in five games to capture their 4th World Series title in the past 15 years. The Sox won a club record 108 games during the regular season, and were clearly the best team in … Continue reading We celebrated, Boston. Now let’s go win another

Women’s soccer season calls it a wrap

By Staff Writer Michaella Lesieur. It was a great season for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth women’s soccer team as they concluded their year on October 30, 2018. Over the course of the season the girls worked together, scored a lot and most importantly had fun. This was the ladies eighth conference post season appearance. They ended their season with a 7-8-5 overall. The women’s team fell to Southern Main … Continue reading Women’s soccer season calls it a wrap

Mary Brown has stellar field hockey performance in final game as a Corsair

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. UMassD Senior Mary Brown woke up Saturday morning, knowing that her athletic career was going to change soon. The final game of her collegiate field hockey career was near. Her squad had unfortunately missed playoffs, meaning that this last scheduled regular season game of the season was the last she would play as a Corsair, possibly the last match in … Continue reading Mary Brown has stellar field hockey performance in final game as a Corsair

Damage done. The Boston Red Sox are your 2018 World Series Champions

By Sports Editor Dylan Botehlo. “When we go head to head, we do some damage against them…” that quote from New York Yankees executive Brain Cashman lived on in infamy this offseason, birthing the Red Sox’s “Do Damage” slogan for the 2018 postseason. After winning the World Series 4-1 against the Los Angeles Dodgers after defeating both the 100-win Yankees and the 103-win Houston Astros … Continue reading Damage done. The Boston Red Sox are your 2018 World Series Champions

Boys soccer suffers a loss to Western CT

By Staff Writer Michaella Lesieur. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth boys’ soccer team traveled away during homecoming weekend on October 20, 2018 against Western Connecticut. The team tried to fight for the win, but Western Connecticur unfortunately took it home. Western Connecticut took a lead from the start, scoring one goal in the first half of the game, leaving the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs with zero. … Continue reading Boys soccer suffers a loss to Western CT