Nick Souza, Kyle DaLuz, and Chris Marino pick the winners and losers for Week 3 of the NFL season.
Nick Souza, Kyle DaLuz, and Chris Marino give their takes on which franchise is in more trouble Green Bay or Seattle, the Patriots quarterback situation, and if Indianapolis was overrated to start the season.
Nick Souza, Kyle DaLuz, and Chris Marino pick week 2’s winners and losers.
Nick Souza, Kyle Daluz, and Chris Marino each discuss their biggest take aways from the previous week including: rookie quarterback play, the AFC west, and league wide kicking woes.
Nick Souza, Chris Marino, and Kyle DaLuz pick the winners and losers for the week 1 on the season.
Nick Souza, Chris Marino, and Kyle DaLuz make their predictions for the season including division winners, wild cards, and superbowl predictions.
The Collegian’s sports team breaks down the challenges the Minutemen face in the upcoming 2016 season.
Spring into the new sports season with the Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s 2016 Spring Sports Special Issue.
Check out these seven stories from the Collegian Sports Staff to get ready for the UMass men’s and women’s basketball seasons.
The sophomore is due back in court Dec. 8 for a pretrial hearing regarding charges stemming from an altercation at a February house party.
The Daily Collegian breaks down UMass football’s most pivotal season in the FBS era.
The highlights for the baseball Beanpot Championship at Fenway Park.
The groundhog got it wrong, spring starts now with the Collegian sports team’s coverage of UMass softball, baseball, tennis, track and Lacrosse.
Watch live as the Minutemen take on the Davidson Wildcats at 7 p.m. at the Mullins Center.
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UMass Hockey starts this Friday, Oct. 10, against Boston University at 7 pm.
The Massachusetts men’s soccer team needed to hang on for just four more minutes in a rain-soaked match Saturday against Saint Joseph’s to force overtime. But in the 86th minute, Saint Joseph’s pressed up field and created one final chance. Junior forward Mark Colville latched onto a through-ball from teammate Emmanuel Temeh and deftly lifted the ball over UMass goalkeeper Ryan Buckingham, effectively killing off the game 1-0 for the Hawks at Rudd Field. For senior UMass (1-8, 0-1 Atlantic 10 Conference) captain Matt Keys, it was an all too familiar ending. “It was the same story,” Keys said. “We…
The Daily Collegian sports team looks ahead to this year’s football season in our 2014 Football Special Issue.
Follow the Daily Collegian Sports team’s coverage of the UMass Minutemen in preparation for the 2014 football season.