Entering his second season with eight freshmen, UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette did not know what to expect. Continue reading
The America East picked up a grand total of three wins over the season’s first four days. However, that doesn’t mean there haven’t been positive signs from some of the league’s best teams. Providence currently leads the conference standings with victories over Albany and Binghamton, if only they played in the league full time. Meanwhile, Vermont is 1-1 in the MAAC. Here is the first edition of the America East Stock Watch on who is up, down and what numbers to worry about heading into this week.
UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette has been adamant that he would like to build his program from the ground up. Continue reading
As UMass Lowell opens their second season in Division I, the main question head coach Pat Duquette has is who will play when they open the season at Ohio State. Continue reading
After the first season in the school’s Division I history ended on February 27 with a victory over Maine, UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette knew that his program’s challenge next season would be almost as difficult as their first season. Continue reading
While the River Hawks might graduate Akeem Williams and America East Sixth Man of the Year Antonio Bivins, one senior will be returning to the program.
UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette confirmed that Kerry Weldon will return to the team to exercise his final season of eligibility. Continue reading
With half of the America East conference schedule finished – eight teams played their eighth league game last night – now is the perfect time to break out some tempo-free numbers. Continue reading
When UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette was dealt injuries to freshman Jahad Thomas and senior Antonio Bivins over the summer, he knew he needed bodies to practice when the fall came.
One of the biggest reasons the UMass Lowell River Hawks have started 3-2 in America East play has been the return of senior Antonio Bivins. Continue reading
Stony Brook, playing without senior Anthony Jackson for a third straight game, needed every contribution from the team to deliver a 70-65 victory over UMass Lowell on Saturday night at Pritchard Gym.