It was just over a year ago, UMass Lowell was on the road and Jahad Thomas was shining in his first season after an ACL tear forced him to redshirt. Continue reading “UMass Lowell’s Jahad Thomas Continues To Push Forward”
For the second straight season, UMass Lowell has put together a signature win in their non-conference slate. Continue reading “UMass Lowell’s Freshmen Ready Earlier Than Expected”
Jahad Thomas was the first player to commit to UMass Lowell under head coach Pat Duquette and his presence was felt for the first time this past season. Continue reading “UMass Lowell Optimistic Jahad Thomas Will Be Ready For 2015-16 Season”
Halfway through their four year transition into Division I and full membership in the America East conference, UMass Lowell has exceeded expectations. Continue reading “Progress Just The Beginning For Pat Duquette Halfway Through UMass Lowell Transition”
There are few positive things that come from being ineligible for the NCAA Tournament for a Division I basketball coach, but one of them might be a little ease on the pressure that most of their other brethren in the coaching fraternity feel.
This is doubly so for UMass Lowell coach Pat Duquette, whose team (due to the transition period from Division II to Division I) won’t be a contender for the America East championship until 2018. Add that to the fact that Duquette was forced to replace almost everyone from last season’s surprising team that went 8-8 in its inaugural season in America East and was picked dead last again this season.
Entering his second season with eight freshmen, UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette did not know what to expect. Continue reading “UMass Lowell Powered by Defense to Three Straight Wins”
UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette has been adamant that he would like to build his program from the ground up. Continue reading “UMass Lowell Seizes Opportunity With Graduate Transfer Marco Banegas-Flores”
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 “Roster Questions Abound for UMass Lowell’s Pat Duquette”
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 “UMass Lowell’s Pat Duquette Facing Brand New Challenges in Season Two”
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 “UMass Lowell’s Kerry Weldon to Return for his Final Season”