By: Matthew Cunha From Harvard, to South Korea (Team USA), to Harvard, and now to the Boston Bruins, it has been a busy year for new Bruins winger Ryan Donato. The finalist for best NCAA […]
On this week’s Call of the Eagle, I was once again joined by Nate Buchanan to talk Patriots free agency, March Madness, and the Celtics Double OT loss to the Washington Wizards.
By: Matthew Cunha Almost every championship moment I have been a part of in Boston sports has had “that game” in the regular season. The game that makes you believe the team has the guts […]
Usually, spring break is a time students look forward to, but not rowers BETHESDA, MARYLAND — Bethesda Chevy Chase high school’s rowing club uses their spring break as the bulk of their spring training. Head […]
By: Matthew Cunha Spectator Patriots special teamer and captain Matthew Slater was at Husson University last Friday night. The five time pro bowler answered students’ questions in a Q and A event following the tough […]
I thought I would change things up a little bit this week. As a senior in college, I am looking for what’s next as I pursue a life as a sports journalist. The following is my personal statement […]
From Wire Reports WATERVILLE, Maine – The 2017-18 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men’s Basketball All-Conference teams have been released, and four Husson players have been recognized by the conference. Raheem Anderson was named player of […]
By Matthew Cunha BANGOR ME – The first form of the Maine high school basketball tournament was won by the South Portland boys in 1922. That was the lone tournament. Today, ten separate tournaments provide […]
On this week’s Call of the Eagle, I was joined by Adam Robinson and Cole Hurlbert to talk Husson and Celtics hoops. We also touched on the Bruins and Red Sox.
It can be defined as a lot of things. In this case, it is referencing the guts and determination or whatever it is required to go on a long run in the NHL playoffs. Whatever […]