Seven unanswered goals for UMass Dartmouth women’s lacrosse, lifts them to season opener win

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The UMass Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team traveled to Mass. Maritime this past Friday to kick-off their season. Junior Sam Muir and company dominated the home team with a final score of 12-4. Early in the first period, the Buccaneers found the back of the net with a goal from Casey Sullivan but minutes later a tally from UMass Dartmouth senior, … Continue reading Seven unanswered goals for UMass Dartmouth women’s lacrosse, lifts them to season opener win

Boston’s championship streak in danger as Celtics’ struggles continue

By Staff Writer James Mellen III. When the Red Sox won the world series earlier this year, many Boston sports fans immediately started to follow their fall and winter home teams. With the Brady-Belichick dynasty showing no signs of slowing down, and the Celtics boasting a loaded, all-star caliber roster, Beantown began to wonder how many consecutive championships their city would win. While the Patriots … Continue reading Boston’s championship streak in danger as Celtics’ struggles continue

LEC women’s basketball title decided in OT nail-bitter

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The Corsair Women’s basketball team hosted the playoffs for the Little East Conference Championships on Friday and Saturday over this past weekend. On Friday, UMass Dartmouth faced-off against the Rhode Island College Anchorwomen and beat them with a final score of 71-65, thus advancing to the finals where they would play Eastern Connecticut. Despite the neck-to-neck action, the Corsairs lost … Continue reading LEC women’s basketball title decided in OT nail-bitter

End of an era: Antonio Brown demands trade

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. In the wake of Super Bowl 53, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ star and wide receiver Antonio Brown demanded a trade from the organization, and this time, he absolutely meant it. Following an un-productive season full of controversy and locker room drama, Brown tweeted that he thought it was “time to move on and forward” after nine seasons as a Steeler. Brown … Continue reading End of an era: Antonio Brown demands trade

Mike Rizzo leads Corsairs to decisive home opener win against Emmanuel

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. This past Saturday was the season opener for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Men’s lacrosse team, as they hosted Emmanuel College at Cressy Field and bested the Saints with a final score of 19-8. Last March, these two teams faced off and the Corsairs grabbed a win in that game as well, beating Emmanuel 11-7. Scoring in Saturday’s bout was … Continue reading Mike Rizzo leads Corsairs to decisive home opener win against Emmanuel

Men and women’s track & field break records and crown champions

By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. Over the weekend, the Men and Women’s Track & Field teams took home some excellent victories as well as breaking a few school records. First, on Saturday, February 23rd, UMass Dartmouth’s men’s indoor track & field team competed at MIT for the 2019 New England Division III Championships. Junior George Papoulis (Haverhill, MA) raced to the finish line to obtain … Continue reading Men and women’s track & field break records and crown champions

Boom or bust: Celtics torn between championship and mediocrity

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. A 2019 season that was projected to see the Boston Celtics as the frontrunners has, so far, fallen short of Boston’s expectations. It’s July 2018. The Celtics are two months removed from nearly upsetting LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Having led the series both 2-0 and 3-2, Boston falls short in games six and … Continue reading Boom or bust: Celtics torn between championship and mediocrity