Football Winning Streak Snaps against Framingham State

 By Sports Editor Tom Griffin UMassD’s hopes for an undefeated season were suddenly struck down in a close, high scoring showdown against MASCAC-contending Framingham state.  Leading by thirteen at halftime, the Corsair offense grew inefficient and scoring became more difficult as the game progressed. Putting up only one touchdown in the second half, UMassD watched as their lead slipped away in spite of a successful … Continue reading Football Winning Streak Snaps against Framingham State

Michelle Aftandillian, Jordan Martin Champion Women’s Tennis in Rocky Week

By Sports Editor Tom Griffin A tumultuous series of back-and-forth battles found UMassD women’s tennis 2-1 through three series against Clark University, Bentley, and Castleton last week. Beginning the triple-header with Clark, UMassD managed to edge out their opponent by winning five of nine matches. Contributing to this series win was the team’s strong performance in singles matches, winning four of six due to confident … Continue reading Michelle Aftandillian, Jordan Martin Champion Women’s Tennis in Rocky Week

Corsair Women’s Soccer Drops Dual Decisions against Clark, Eastern Connecticut

By Sport Editor Tom Griffin The Struggles of the women’s soccer team continue following back-to-back disappointing losses to both Clark and Eastern Connecticut.  After having won their first match of the season against Salem State in a convincing 2-1, the team has lost four straight and has been struggling to find another team win to bounce back with.  Their first matchup of the week, against … Continue reading Corsair Women’s Soccer Drops Dual Decisions against Clark, Eastern Connecticut

Antonio Brown and the Patriots: In Memoriam

By Sports Editor Tom Griffin Almost as quickly as he had joined the New England Patriots, Antonio Brown has found himself off the team, and subsequently jobless.  During his stay in New England, screenshots emerged of threatening text messages sent by Brown to a female artist, whom the wide receiver had contracted to paint a mural of himself. Following unwanted sexual advances that the artist … Continue reading Antonio Brown and the Patriots: In Memoriam

Corsairs win again, shut down Plymouth State to remain undefeated 

By Contributing Writer Jake Hunsinger The UMass Dartmouth Football Team earned another win on Saturday, September 28th by defeating the Plymouth State Panthers 21-14 in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference in a home game at Dartmouth’s own Cressy Field.   Junior quarterback Stephen Gacioch accounted for all three touchdowns, two in the first quarter and one in the second.   Corsairs scored their first touchdown lead … Continue reading Corsairs win again, shut down Plymouth State to remain undefeated 

A series of struggles for women’s soccer against Eastern Connecticut, Plymouth State

By Contributing Writer Nicole O’Connell Corsair Women’s Soccer extended its losing streak in two hard-fought losses this week. After only one win so far and seven goals total in seven games, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Women’s Soccer team is not having the most groundbreaking season. They triumphed over the Salem State Vikings in early September with a 2-1, the Corsairs’ first game of the … Continue reading A series of struggles for women’s soccer against Eastern Connecticut, Plymouth State

Men’s Soccer takes third loss in nail-biter against Fitchburg State 

By Contributing Writer Max Dean White The men’s soccer team suffered its 3rd loss of the season with a close, 2-1 defeat against Fitchburg State on Wednesday.   The Corsairs entered the game looking to bounce back from last game’s loss, in which they suffered their first loss of the season, while Fitchburg was looking to win its first game in nearly two weeks.  The Corsairs … Continue reading Men’s Soccer takes third loss in nail-biter against Fitchburg State