The University of Maine Men’s Ice Hockey team isn’t the worst team in Hockey East, luckily the University of New Hampshire is having an equally tough season. The good news is that the hybrid home-and-away series that will take place in Manchester, NH and Portland, ME this coming weekend is a chance for the Black Bears to gain some traction and move forward into the second half of the season.
As the Bob Walsh era begins in Orono, we preview the upcoming season and what Maine’s new head coach is looking to create in the men’s basketball program.
With ten returning players and a hand full of new faces we thought it was the perfect chance to preview the season with none other than an original FOFTS (Friend of Fill The Steins), lady Black Bears’ assistant coach Amy Vachon on the FTS Podcast.
It has been five months since Bob Walsh took over the reins of the University of Maine Men’s Basketball program and so we decided to have him back on the Fill The Steins Podcast to check in on his adjustments to life at Orono.
The University of Maine seems to be making a real and tangible effort to improve its supporters’ tailgating experience. Our Brian MacLeod examines.
Thousands of Black Bears descended on Orono this past weekend to celebrate Homecoming at the University of Maine and when it was all said and done there were a fair share of highs and lows from the events. Whether it was on the sporting fields or in the parking lots scattered across campus, the story lines varied greatly and we have done our best to put them all together. Accompanied by our official #RiseAndStein Tailgate Album, we present to you our best and worst of Homecoming Weekend 2014.
With less than a week to go until our #RiseAndStein Tailgate at the University of Maine we had a really big show talking about Homecoming, Black Bear Hockey, and Handsome Guys on the latest episode of the Fill The Steins Podcast. With Homecoming Weekend nearly upon us we had a major announcement regarding our live […]
Coach Red Gendron is looking to use a mix of youth and experience in his ongoing quest to reestablish Maine as a national power.
UMaine Hockey Head Coach Red Gendron joins FTS Podcast crew to talk about his first year, the upcoming season, and the University of Maine’s athletic culture.
The University of Maine football team was not expected to win at Boston College this weekend, and they lived up to that expectation. Opening conference play against Towson this weekend and with a 1-2 start to the season, we welcomed Senior Sports Writer from the Bangor Daily News, Pete Warner, to the FTS Podcast.