Roller-coaster week for Corsair Baseball

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. The UMassD Baseball team has experienced its own share of highs and lows on the season, and losing two of three out-of-conference competitions in dramatic fashion puts this on full display. The week’s action started against Tufts, and it started early. Producing nothing in the top of the first, the Corsairs allowed six runs to end the inning, most of … Continue reading Roller-coaster week for Corsair Baseball

Go get ‘em, Tiger: The story of reclaiming a golf relic

By Staff Writer Tom Griffin. The 2019 Masters tournament has ended, with Tiger Woods winning the event in dramatic fashion. In his first Masters win since 2005, Woods completed the tournament with a stunning stroke total of thirteen under par, barely beating out a close-running three-way tie for second between Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson at twelve strokes under. Woods most notably swept … Continue reading Go get ‘em, Tiger: The story of reclaiming a golf relic

Men’s Golf takes home Lafrance Hospitality Invitational Championship

By Sports Editor Dylan Botelho Despite the unfortunately rainy and windy conditions, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Men’s Golf team won the Lafrance Hospitality Invitational Championship over the past weekend. The team was led by Senior Tom Sheran who shot a two-over 74 in the final round of the championship to secure the 2019 Lafrance Hospitality Invitational men’s squad title. Alongside Sheran was freshman Curtis … Continue reading Men’s Golf takes home Lafrance Hospitality Invitational Championship

Baseball finds middle-ground against Endicott, Castleton

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. There’s been slow goings for the Corsair men’s baseball team in the middle of April, exchanging wins and losses with Endicott’s Gulls and Castleton’s Spartans over a relatively quiet week. Starting the week with an out-of-conference matchup against the Gulls, and later facing off with the Spartans in a Little-East Conference doubleheader, all three games were noteworthy for being low-scoring … Continue reading Baseball finds middle-ground against Endicott, Castleton

Rain delay doesn’t delay Richards, Corsair Softball against Plymouth State

By Staff Writer Tom Griffin. It’s been a slow week for UMassD’s Corsair softball team, who squeaked out one win and one loss in a doubleheader against Plymouth State’s Panthers Sunday afternoon. Contributing to the slow week was a doubleheader scheduled against Western Connecticut for Saturday, which was unfortunately postponed until further notice. This means that, since their last matchup against Worcester State the Sunday … Continue reading Rain delay doesn’t delay Richards, Corsair Softball against Plymouth State

Dartmouth women’s lacrosse drops to 4-7 on the season with all 7 of those losses coming at home

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The UMass Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team dropped two gametime decisions to both the Eastern Connecticut Warriors on Saturday and the Worcester State Lancers on Tuesday, losing to the Warriors by a score of 17-6 and then almost matching it with a similar loss of 17-4 against the Lancers. The losses dropped their overall record to 4-7 on the season and … Continue reading Dartmouth women’s lacrosse drops to 4-7 on the season with all 7 of those losses coming at home

Wrestlemania

By Staff Writer James Mellen. WrestleMania 35 changed wrestling history, as it was the first WrestleMania main event to be headlined by the women of WWE. This followed the WWE’s Women’s Revolution. Formerly, female superstars were referred to as “Divas” and were more known for stripteases in the middle of shows rather than their wrestling skills. Now a days, the women of WWE often main … Continue reading Wrestlemania