Corsairs improve to 6-0, Examond named LEC Player of the Week

By Sports Editor Dylan Botehlo. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth women’s basketball team improved to a perfect 6-0 over last week with two solid wins against both Southern Maine and Plymouth State. Senior forward Nakira Examond lead the team in both games, remaining as dominant as she has all season, earning herself a spot as the Little East Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for … Continue reading Corsairs improve to 6-0, Examond named LEC Player of the Week

Men’s and Women’s Track & Field teams stellar in season opener

By Sports Editor Dylan Botehlo. Both the men’s and women’s University of Massachusetts Dartmouth indoor track & field teams shined in the start of their respective seasons on Saturday afternoon at the University of Massachusetts Boston Indoor Open at the Reggie Lewis Center.    The Corsairs teams combined for 12 top 10 individual performances at the open, giving plenty of star performances. Senior Jared Louf-Woods picked … Continue reading Men’s and Women’s Track & Field teams stellar in season opener

Damage done. The Boston Red Sox are your 2018 World Series Champions

By Sports Editor Dylan Botehlo. “When we go head to head, we do some damage against them…” that quote from New York Yankees executive Brain Cashman lived on in infamy this offseason, birthing the Red Sox’s “Do Damage” slogan for the 2018 postseason. After winning the World Series 4-1 against the Los Angeles Dodgers after defeating both the 100-win Yankees and the 103-win Houston Astros … Continue reading Damage done. The Boston Red Sox are your 2018 World Series Champions

Corsairs lose 44-28 to MASCAC football rival Bridgewater State

By Sports Editor Dylan Botelho. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Corsairs visited the Bridgewater State Bears in a Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference matchup. Bears junior running back, Aidan Silva lead the team to a 44-28 win against the Corsairs with 112 rushing yards and two touchdowns. The game was back and forth in the first quarter, with both teams scoring a touchdown. This game … Continue reading Corsairs lose 44-28 to MASCAC football rival Bridgewater State

2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees announced

By Dylan Botehlo, Sports Editor Last week, the UMass Dartmouth Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2018 was announced. Five individuals as well as the 2003 Corsair Football team will be inducted to the Hall of Fame as the 31st class on Friday, October 19th at the Woodland Commons. The induction ceremony will take place at 6:00 PM as part of the university’s Homecoming Weekend … Continue reading 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees announced

Corsairs field hockey picks up first victory of the season over week of play

By Dylan Botehlo, Sports Editor After a positive start to the week that saw the Corsairs field hockey team pick up their first victory, the team cooled down with a close loss Saturday evening. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Corsairs field hockey team kicked off last week’s action on the road Wednesday against Framingham State University. The team went into the Ram’s Maple Street Field … Continue reading Corsairs field hockey picks up first victory of the season over week of play

Patriots pull off bluckbuster trade with the Cleveland Browns

By Dylan Botelho, Sports Editor On December 8, 2013, Cleveland Browns star Wide Receiver, Josh Gordon made seven catches for 151 yards and one touchdown in a 27-26 loss to the then first place New England Patriots. Five years and plenty of controversy later, Gordon will be leaving the Browns to find his new home in New England. The Browns went public with the news … Continue reading Patriots pull off bluckbuster trade with the Cleveland Browns