In a sports-crazed region, Massachusetts collegiate football takes a back seat to the pro teams in the area.
Michael Agnello argues that a professional athlete, like David Ortiz, announcing their retirement prior to the season is distracting and sends the wrong message to younger players.
Steven Gillard fondly recalls childhood memories of the times he had at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
UMass Red Sox World Series Gathering in Southwest.
After the Red Sox clinched their third World Series title in a decade last night, UMass students gathered in the Southwest Residential Area to celebrate with their peers.
Collegian broadcasters Bobby O’Brien and Brendan Tuma recap some of the MLB highlights from the past week, and touch upon a few current baseball topics as well.
Tyler Galicia argues that the Red Sox’s former General Manager, Theo Epstein has built a reputation based on just two long-gone seasons.
Collegian MLB Blogger Jackson Alexander looks at the real reasons for the Red Sox’s terrible season.
Students weigh in on their expectations for the Patriots this season and the Red Sox quest for the playoffs.
Students weigh in on how the Red Sox will fare in their last week of play.
Collegian columnist Max Calloway takes a look at UMass’ recent riot record and what is says about student convictions.
Out-of-state student Rachel Tumin gives an outsider’s perspective on the unique phenomenon of
Boston sports pride.
The 17th annual Taste of UMass – an event organized by the University of Massachusetts – will take over the Mullins Center today from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Sox blogger Chelsey Sordello explains to Red Sox Nation why they should not be worried, despite the Red Sox’s slow start
Sox blogger Chelsey Sordello takes a look at not only the Opening Day Roster, but analyzes the Red Sox’s chances at the AL East title this season, which look promising.
Chelsey Sardello comments on the new talent on the Red Sox roster, two of whom used to be bitter rivals.
Eddie Hand believes that the Red Sox will do well this semester.
With a 5-7 record last season, eight blown saves and the recent signing of former closer Bobby Jenks, the raise is a huge surprise.
Alex Perry explains why he is proud to have nothing to do with Red Sox Nation despite living in Massachusetts his whole life.