UMass Dartmouth Cross Country competes in Earley Invitational

By Sebastian Moronta Blanco, Staff Writer This past Saturday, the Corsairs traveled to Westfield, Massachusetts to compete in the twenty-first annual Earley Invitational at Stanley Park. The invitational was hosted by Westfield State, and saw the Corsairs joined by 44 collegiate programs with over 900 athletes competing in total. The course took runners through the beautiful Wildlife Refuge area of the park, winding through the … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth Cross Country competes in Earley Invitational

Rugby rolls past Wildcats for 3-1 surge

By Justin McKinney, Staff Writer It was a huge week for UMass Dartmouth men’s rugby as on Sunday they continued to dominate the 2A division of the Colonial Coast Rugby Conference beating the Johnson and Wales University Wildcats 22-0. The Corsairs received the opening kickoff from the Wildcats and the kick was muffed by the Corsair recipient. However, back Bryce Muldoon was able to jar … Continue reading Rugby rolls past Wildcats for 3-1 surge

Sailing puts up a fight for flight

By Zack Downing, Staff Writer The Corsairs sailing crew is actually the most appropriate to bear the name Corsairs, as they sail the high seas with a quest for victory. The UMass Dartmouth sailing team, coached by Jerry Jennings, opened their season on the Charles River competing at the Central Series 2 Regatta. It was a tough competition for all involved, with teams facing winds … Continue reading Sailing puts up a fight for flight

Corsairs equestrian season kicks off

By Jonathan Moniz, Staff Writer The season of the Fall 2016 Equestrian competition has begun this week, at the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) championship being held at Salve Regina. As a testament to the last season, the event will be held with the same opening championship and with many of the fellow members of the equestrian team from last years returning. For the previous … Continue reading Corsairs equestrian season kicks off

Women’s tennis conquer the Beacons 8-0 after two successful wins

By Chelsea Cabral, Staff Writer The UMass Dartmouth women’s tennis team travelled to Boston on Saturday, October 8 to face the UMass Boston Beacons in the Little East Conference Match of the season, and added another win to their line of victories. Hosted at Boston High School’s Tennis Courts, the Corsairs came out on fire and started the match with three pairs, easily jumping out … Continue reading Women’s tennis conquer the Beacons 8-0 after two successful wins

UMass Dartmouth football falls to Bridgewater State

By Nicole Belair, Staff Writer UMass Dartmouth was held to only 278 total yards on Friday night away at Bridgewater State, in stark contrast to their season average of 465 total yards per game. UMass Dartmouth mustered only 177 rushing yards on the night, which was just one more yard than their season-low performance of 176 yards against Plymouth State two weeks ago. Bridgewater State … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth football falls to Bridgewater State

Big things coming from AHS season six

By Justin McKinney, Staff Writer As American Horror Story began the sixth season two weeks ago, it was hard for longtime fans like myself to be excited about the upcoming season, as the past three seasons have been sub-par in comparison to the first two seasons. The series is an anthology style show in that every season takes up an entirely new storyline with an … Continue reading Big things coming from AHS season six