UMass Lowell Picking Up Momentum

The UMass Lowell River Hawks have started the 2020-21 NCAA basketball season 6-8, don’t let their record fool you, this team has a lot of bright young stars led by G, Obadiah Noel and F, Max Brooks. Noel’s defensive effort and aggressiveness in the paint are like no other on the team while Brooks showsContinue reading “UMass Lowell Picking Up Momentum”

Eagles Fans Optimistic About the 2021 Season

The Boston College Eagles finished with a solid 6-5 record in the 2020 NCAA season and showed much optimism in the future with current Redshirt Sophomore quarterback, Phil Jurkovec leading the charge. That being said, first year head coach, Jeff Hafley, is showing lots of progress with his inexperienced group on both sides of theContinue reading “Eagles Fans Optimistic About the 2021 Season”

COVID-19 Shuts Down 2021 Beanpot

The Beanpot has been the mecca for college hockey in Massachusetts since 1952. It’s become a beloved city tradition featuring the four powerhouses, the Boston College Eagles, Boston University Terriers, Harvard Crimson and Northeastern Huskies. For the first time in history, the Beanpot including the women’s has been canceled due to Covid-19 health concerns. AnContinue reading “COVID-19 Shuts Down 2021 Beanpot”

Jamie Newman and Penei Sewell Join the Opt Out List

By Grant Flood Over the past week, college football has lost two of their brightest stars for the season opting out due to Covid-19, Georgia Bulldogs quarterback, Jamie Newman and Oregon Ducks left tackle, Penei Sewell. Both players will be eligible in the 2021 NFL draft but the opt out will have more of anContinue reading “Jamie Newman and Penei Sewell Join the Opt Out List”