College Stadium Review: Costello Athletic Center

The UMass Lowell River Hawks have been to the NCAA Tournament at the D-II level 10 times and in 1988 won the National Championship. Will 2016 be the year they get to their first D-I NCAA Tournament? Come out to Costello Athletic Center and find out.

Costello Athletic Center

Albany has been winning that in recent years. Can the River Hawks take them down?

 

The River Hawks have never made any of the D-I postseason tournaments, so just getting to one of those would be a huge accomplishment. Can they do it?
The Costello Athletic Center opened in 1964 and seats 2100 fans for River Hawks home games. There are no bad seats at the Costello Athletic Center and you’ll enjoy all your favorite concession items such as hot dogs, pizza, nachos and Pepsi products while you watch the game. The fans keep the noise level high, just like you want for a great college basketball game.
The River Hawks play in the America East Conference, which includes teams like Albany, Binghamton, Hartford, Maine, UMBC, New Hampshire, Stony Brook and Vermont. These teams will be trying to win the AEC Tournament to get the automatic NCAA Tournament bid. Albany has been winning that in recent years. Can the River Hawks take them down?
The regular season champions will be assured a bid to another of the postseason tournaments as well, so the action at Costello Athletic Center will be fierce all season long.
You don’t want to miss out on the great college basketball action at the Costello Athletic Center this season.
image courtesy of uml.edu

 

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