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Lowell, Massachusetts

River Hawks

NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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20 Jan 22 Massachusetts Lowell  71 - 62  Maine
15 Jan 22 Massachusetts Lowell  P - P  Hartford
13 Jan 22 Albany  57 - 47  Massachusetts Lowell
08 Jan 22 UMBC  64 - 66  Massachusetts Lowell
06 Jan 22 Massachusetts Lowell  72 - 77  NJIT

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The UMass Lowell River Hawks men's basketball team represents the University of Massachusetts Lowell in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States. Beginning in the 2013–14 season, the River Hawks made the jump to NCAA Division I and joined the America East Conference. As part of their transition from Division II to Division I, they were not eligible for postseason play until the 2017-2018 season. The team is coached by Pat Duquette, who is in his seventh season. The River Hawks currently play most of their home games at the Tsongas Center but some games will be played at Costello Athletic Center. In 1988, UMass Lowell (then known as the University of Lowell) was the NCAA Division II national champions.

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The Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell (formerly the Tsongas Arena) is a multi-purpose facility owned by the University of Massachusetts Lowell and located in Lowell, Massachusetts. The arena was opened on January 27, 1998, and dedicated to the memory of the late Paul Tsongas, prominent Lowell native and U.S. senator. The arena was built with $4 million in funding from both the city and the university, plus another $20 million contributed from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.



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