Dez Bryant hurt trying to salvage season

By Staff Writer Tom Griffin. The 2018 NFL season has been a physically and emotionally harsh one for Dez Bryant.  The Pro Bowl wide out of Dallas Cowboys fame was cut from his former team following an eight-year tenure as the team’s star. Despite reliable output as an offensive weapon, the eight-million-dollar player was given his walking papers in April following a string of fruitless seasons and a division … Continue reading Dez Bryant hurt trying to salvage season

Kapossy and McDonough give Plymouth a run for their money

By A&E Editor Alex Kerravala. Despite a well-fought battle, UMass Dartmouth ice hockey lost 4-2 to Plymouth State in a Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference matchup on Saturday evening at Hanaway Rink, Plymouth. The hosting Panthers kicked off the second period with a single goal lead, but quickly made it two just 3 minutes into the period. The lead was reduced when sophomore Kai Kapossy … Continue reading Kapossy and McDonough give Plymouth a run for their money

Men’s basketball drops season opener to Brandeis in narrow loss

By Staff Writer Greg Estabrooks. The UMass Dartmouth men’s basketball team kicked off their season last Saturday with a trip to Waltham, MA to take on Brandeis University. Brandeis came out the gates swinging in this one and quickly jumped to a 17-4 lead, just over 6 minutes into the contest. The Judges received a nice chunk of their offense in the first half from … Continue reading Men’s basketball drops season opener to Brandeis in narrow loss

Cross Country Runners close out their Season

By Staff Writer James Mellen. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Men’s and Women’s cross country teams closed out their season by competing in the 2018 NCAA Division III New England Regional Championships held at Bowdoin’s Pickards Field Course in Brunswick, Maine on Saturday, November 10th. The weather was fairly warm for a New England November, with highs of 36. Anywhere else in the country, this … Continue reading Cross Country Runners close out their Season

Corsairs receive heart crushing defeat on Senior Night from Falcons

By Staff Writer Benjamin Pfeffer. Last week, on November 3rd, the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs’ football team hosted and defeated the Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers by a score of 20-0. This put them at a record of 5-4 with one game left, which meant that they could not have a losing record even if they tried. The Corsairs had one final opponent, the Fitchburg State Falcons, to … Continue reading Corsairs receive heart crushing defeat on Senior Night from Falcons

Hawks Blow Corsair Swim Teams Out of the Water

By Staff Writer Tom Griffin. UMassD’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were handed heavy losses by the Roger Williams Hawks on Saturday. With both teams set to compete in a grand total of thirty-two events, the Hawks simply outperformed the Corsairs at every turn. In some cases, the Roger Williams athletes performed so well that the UMassD swimmers often failed to place against … Continue reading Hawks Blow Corsair Swim Teams Out of the Water

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