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

Men’s tennis drops first game of the spring semester

By Sports Editor Dylan Botehlo. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men’s tennis team opened their spring session of the 2018-19 season on Saturday, February 16th with a non-league matchup against Wheaton College. Earlier, in the fall semester, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men’s tennis team dropped both dual-matchups against Eastern Nazarene and Stonehill. The match ups weren’t close either, with UMass Dartmouth falling to both … Continue reading Men’s tennis drops first game of the spring semester

Men’s hockey put forth decent finish, preserve playoff hopes

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. The UMassD Men’s Hockey team enters the MASCAC playoffs seeded second, after a long and arduous season of proving their worth. Keen-eyed viewers of this team’s past few articles will recall that Corsair Hockey has been in a position of potential greatness for months. Seated comfortably behind Plymouth State as the second-best team in MASCAC, the team has spent January … Continue reading Men’s hockey put forth decent finish, preserve playoff hopes

Basketball seniors shine on Senior Night

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. It was Senior Night this past Saturday as both the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams hosted Castleton University at the Tripp Athletic Center. The women’s team won 63-52, while the men’s team won 81-65. It also seemed fitting that in both games, the point leaders were seniors. Nakira Examond (New Bedford, Mass) led the women’s team with 11 points and, … Continue reading Basketball seniors shine on Senior Night