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UMass Sports Debut on Sports of Boston

Boston sports no longer just applies to the pro ranks. In order to give you, the readers, more sports to digest, Sports of Boston.com is now expanding to include the top 3 sports of the University of Massachusetts Amherst: football, men’s hockey, and men’s basketball.

The Minutemen have a storied history in the Commonwealth; and as a student of the University, I’m proud to bring the latest happenings to y’all.

Stay tuned peeps.

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2 comments for “UMass Sports Debut on Sports of Boston”

  1. Don’t forget men’s lacrosse – the top spring sport!!

    Posted by NickT | September 24, 2007, 6:51 am
  2. I definitely agree, thanks for the suggestion!

    Posted by Dev | September 24, 2007, 11:37 am

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