No. 14 UMass hosts Canisius in a play-in game on Saturday for the NCAA tournament.
The Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team is in position to benefit from the football team’s move to the Football Bowl Subdivision through an increase in scholarships and national exposure.
The University of Massachusetts officially announced its move to the Football Bowl Subdivision during a press conference at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday.
Collegian columnist Dan Gigliotti commemorates the rapper Guru.
Pretty Lights, B.o.B and 3Oh!3 brought energy to Sunday’s Spring Concert but the show did not attract as many attendees as in the past.
The 2011 Spring Concert, featuring B.o.B., Pretty Lights and 3OH!3 will come to the Mullins Center on Sunday, April 17.
Kids on the Hill, which will open the 2011 Spring Concert, came together in an organic and random way.
Jackie Lyons and UMass are spreading their offensive weapons around this year.
After starting the Atlantic 10 schedule at 2-0, the Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team will play two more conference games this weekend against Duquesne and St. Bonaventure.
UMass football has announced its 2011 schedule, which is highlighted by the second-annual Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium on Oct. 22 against New Hampshire and a BCS matchup with Boston College on Sept. 24.
Spring Concert organizers explain the selection process for this year’s performers as well as the rationale behind the ticket price increase.
UMass defeated La Salle, 17-4, on Sunday for its second-straight win.
Despite a lopsided 17-7 defeat to Northwestern, the Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team took away some positives, including promising defense.
The Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team will look for the elusive victory on Saturday against a historically-dominant Northwestern team.
UMass fell to BC in the opening round of the Hockey East tournament, which ended its 2011 season.
After suffering an injury, freshman Katie Ferris has helped the Minutewomen remain 5-0 while earning consecutive Rookie of the Week honors.
This weekend’s series against the Black Bears will have larger playoff implications for the Maroon and White.
As the Minutewomen prepare to face UNH, senior Danielle Pelletier is making a homecoming to take on an old high school teammate.
The Minutemen were unable to earn any points this weekend, dropping both games in a home-and-home series with BC.
First-year coach Angela McMahon has brought a new offensive style with her for the undefeated Minutewomen.