Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Boston Red Sox 2013 Offseason Tracker: Mike Napoli

By Jackson Alexander

January 24, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Sports Blogs

Mike Napoli Former team: Texas Rangers Position: Catcher/First base Contract: 1-year, $5 million Projected role: Starting first baseman Mike Napoli’s balky hip turned what would have been a po...

Boston Red Sox 2013 Offseason Tracker: David Ross

By Jackson Alexander

January 22, 2013

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David Ross Former team: Atlanta Braves Position: Catcher Contract: 2-year, $6.2 million Projected role: Backup catcher Boston’s signing of Davis Ross, an 11-year veteran, fills one of the team’s les...

Lax Podcast: No. 10 Minutemen easily scratch off No. 12 Buckeyes

By Stephen Sellner

February 27, 2012

Filed under Podcasts, Sports Multimedia, Sports Podcasts, Web-Exclusive

Lacrosse beat writers Stephen Sellner and Jackson Alexander discuss UMass' blowout victory over the No. 12 Ohio State squad.   Men's Lax Podcast...

Podcast: Minutemen come up short vs. La Salle

By Stephen Sellner

February 20, 2012

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Men's basketball beat writers Stephen Sellner, Jackson Alexander, Stephen Hewitt, discuss the Minutemen's toe-length 72-71 loss that they surrendered to La Salle on Saturday. Podcast: UMass basketball vs. La Salle...

Podcast: Lacrosse season preview

By Stephen Sellner

February 17, 2012

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Maxwell Sparr/Collegian Lax beat writers Stephen Sellner and Jackson Alexander tell listeners what to expect from the nationally ranked Minutemen Lacrosse team this spring. Lacrosse Season Preview...

Putney staying out of trouble

By Jackson Alexander

March 3, 2001

Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports

With almost half of the Atlantic 10 season in the books for the Massachusetts men’s basketball team, one thing has become evident; it’s a different team with Raphiael Putney on the court. Last Saturday, the 6-foot-9 forw...