Dartmouth men’s lacrosse suffers two losses following win over Beacons

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. Following three challenging road games the Corsair men’s lacrosse team resumed play at Cressy field earlier this week with a game against the UMass Boston Beacons. With Donovan Prozinski’s 6-point performance and the strong net minding of Ted McCaffery the Corsair’s grabbed a 10-8 victory over the beacons. Sawyer Gibbons kick started Dartmouth’s 7-0 run early in the first quarter … Continue reading Dartmouth men’s lacrosse suffers two losses following win over Beacons

March Madness ends with Virginia on top

By Staff Writer Ben Pfeffer. A top seed has never lost to a bottom seed in March Madness history… until 2018 when the Virginia Cavaliers set a record low and lost to the UMBC Retrievers in the first round of the tournament. They were determined to erase this bad memory from their school’s existence by redeeming themselves the next season. That is exactly what they … Continue reading March Madness ends with Virginia on top

Corsairs weigh anchor on Rhode Island College in beat down doubleheader

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. Despite the otherwise difficult season, UMassD softball found solace in winning both halves of a doubleheader against Rhode Island College Saturday Afternoon. This doubleheader comes two days removed of a difficult doubleheader loss for the Corsairs against Salve Regina. Both halves were lost by a single run each, at scores of 3-4 and 5-6, respectively. The team had fallen from … Continue reading Corsairs weigh anchor on Rhode Island College in beat down doubleheader

DiSarcina, batting core lead Corsair Baseball to winning week

By Staff Writer Tom Griffin. Last week’s performance out of the Corsair baseball team ended in two wins, one loss, a convincing doubleheader and a falling ranked team. The team underwent a bit of an identity shift within the past week, starting to shake free from the hard-luck losing habits of weeks past. Starting the season at 8-11, the team began to hit their stride … Continue reading DiSarcina, batting core lead Corsair Baseball to winning week

UMass Dartmouth men’s Lacrosse faces three consecutive challenging road games.

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. Head coach Ryan Murphy and the UMass Dartmouth men’s lacrosse team faced three road games this past week. The schedule would prove to be a great test for the group as they looked to weather the storms of both the Keene State Owls and the Coast Guard Bears, both of which have seen plenty of success so far this season. … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth men’s Lacrosse faces three consecutive challenging road games.

Karate club is UMass D’s best-kept secret

By Staff Writer Ben Pfeffer. Two Sundays ago, on March 31, 2019 at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), the UMass Dartmouth Shotokan Karate (Club) Team competed in the biggest tournament of the year and dominated the floor. They truly showed up and delivered. The team won the Varsity Kumite (fighting) event, as well as having Devin Colon, sophomore at UMassD, obtain the most points out … Continue reading Karate club is UMass D’s best-kept secret

“Is that Gordon Ramsay in line at Mondo’s?”

By H.P. Loveshack. DISCLAIMER: This article is part of The Torch’s annual “Torchure” issue, the April fools Issue. During the Torchure, our journalistic ethics and commitment to the truth hop on the earliest bus out of town, and we spend the better part of the week trying to coax them back with cannolies and baby oil. The Torch will return to faithful, truthful coverage of … Continue reading “Is that Gordon Ramsay in line at Mondo’s?”