Football is probably never coming back to UMass Lowell. But many of the school's former football players are coming back on Feb. 27 to honor UMass Lowell having once played a game dear to present-day Chancellor Marty Meehan's heart.
Larry Kline is the new sports performance coach at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, working closely with the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams.
Experiments conducted by UMass Lowell engineering Asst. Prof. David Willis reveal plausible explanations for deflated Patriots’ footballs.
Junior back Marzana Fiedtkou of Guyana becomes the first member of the UMass Lowell field hockey program to represent a national team.
Student-athletes are taking full advantage of the new academic center, which opened this fall as part of a $3 million renovation project at Costello Athletic Center.
UMass Lowell athletes and mascot Rowdy the River Hawk will read popular holiday books to children as a part of Lowell's annual City of Lights and Holiday Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 29.
Thousands of past, present and future River Hawks (and Chiefs, Techs and Terriers) flocked to campus for Homecoming 2014, the largest alumni event in the school’s history.
More than 400 students play on nearly three dozen teams in the club sports program.
Former Marine Keith Vinci, 38, has been hired as UMass Lowell's assistant athletic director for Sports Performance. He will be responsible for overseeing the strength/conditioning of the River Hawks' 18 Division 1 intercollegiate sports.
Former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Danielle Henderson has been named the new head coach of the UMass Lowell softball team.
Seven UMass Lowell athletes were honored for excellence on the playing field, in the locker room, the classroom and in the community.
Many University community members were affected by last year’s tragic events and worked hard to make this year’s marathon one to remember.
Connor Hellebuyck’s pro career with the Winnipeg Jets organization will have to wait just a little bit longer. The goaltender, who elected to leave UMass Lowell after his sophomore season and signed an entry-level contract late last week, flew in to Philadelphia Friday morning to accept the inaugural Mike Richter Award as the top netminder in college hockey.
Despite losing to Boston College in the NCAA Northeast Regional finals, UMass Lowell's hockey team had a spectacular season.
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