The Massachusetts women’s basketball team has a wide range of areas it needs to focus on in order to put a halt to its losing streak.
With the help of healthy 3-point shooting, the Massachusetts women’s basketball team will try and end its three-game slide when it welcomes Fordham on Saturday.
The Massachusetts women’s basketball team looks to maintain its balance on both ends of the floor when it travels to Duquesne on Wednesday.
The Massachusetts women’s basketball team started off winter break with a three-game winning streak, but have lost five of its last six, leaving them with more questions than answers heading into its final stretch of games.
The Massachusetts women’s basketball team will play nine games over the winter break, including a road trip to New York and Virginia.
The Minutewomen, while on a six-game slide, has been keeping the early season non-conference games relatively close, losing four of its six games by five points or less.
The Massachusetts women’s basketball team will attempt to break its four-game losing streak on Tuesday night against Quinnipiac on the road.
On Saturday night, the Minutewomen, despite holding a lead at one point, couldn’t stay strong against Ole Miss.
With the Minutewomen season just starting up, there are a lot of changes to both their offensive and defensive approach.
It was a mixed weekend for the Massachusetts women’s soccer team with a stellar win and a heartbreaking loss.
With a strong season thus far, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team has vaulted itself into the conversation as one of the better teams in the state, alongside Boston University and Boston College.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team is fortunate to have Tori Sousa and Moa Mattsson, both of whom have helped UMass attain a third-place position in the Atlantic 10 standings.
After shutting down Fordham on Friday night and pushing its unbeaten streak to eight games, the Minutewomen were slayed by the Explorers.
Despite scoring one goal in each of its last four games, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team won each contest thanks to its stingy defense and the goalkeeping of Emily Cota.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team won its sixth game of the year on Tuesday, beating Dartmouth, 1-0, in its last non-conference game of the season.
The Minutewomen squeezed out a victory on Friday afternoon, thanks to Moa Mattson’s late strike.
With 15 new players and 10 freshmen joining the Massachusetts women’s soccer team this fall, head coach Ed Matz knows he has his work cut out for him, but says he is confident in his players.
Former Massachusetts third baseman Matt Gedman was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 45th round of MLB’s first-year player draft last Wednesday.
The Massachusetts club baseball team defeated Pittsburgh, Delaware and Penn State
last weekend to win the North Atlantic Regional Tournament.
If UMass club baseball can win at the upcoming regional tournament, it could advance to the National Club Baseball Association World Series.