In the midst of a double-digit winning streak, the Minutewomen find themselves back on top of the A-10 thanks to good old-fashioned teamwork.
Minutewomen win their sixth straight game off of the record setting performance.
The UMass Minutewomen score six in the second half and hold Red Foxes scoreless in final 19 minutes.
Redshirt sophomore Kiley Anderson scored four goals in the loss to the Orange.
Murphy, a two-time Atlantic 10 Midfielder of the Year, looks to improve upon her illustrious career with the Minutewomen during her final season in Amherst.
Wednesday afternoon’s loss for the Minutewomen was their first in Amherst since the 2014 season.
Swimming and diving teams both fall at Dartmouth Invitational.
Trent Kindvall, Maja Boric, Katie Polk and Emma Roush all posted career-highs and qualified for the regional NCAA tournament over the weekend.
The Minutemen and Minutewomen head to Boston this weekend for BU’s Terrier Invitational. The men won the event last year and look to repeat, while the women placed fourth and are ready for redemption.
Minutemen hope strong conference play to end the season will carry over into VCU contest Thursday.
UMass reaches record of 4-1-2 after away game in North Carolina.
The Minutemen have two shutouts in their last four games, earning a 2-1-1 record over that span.
A golden goal in overtime by Goncalves lifts UMass in dramatic fashion.
Great Danes convert on last minute corner kick to best the Minutemen in competitive non-conference affair at Rudd Field Tuesday.
For the second consecutive game, the Minutemen failed to find the back of the net.
The Minutewomen have seven players on their roster with at least 17 goals with three games remaining in the regular season.
The Bonnies enter Friday’s game allowing a league-worst 14.7 goals against per game.
The Minutewomen enter their conference schedule sitting at 7-1 and aim to continue their past domination against St. Joe’s and the rest of the A-10.
The Minutewomen’s only regular season loss last year came in a 7-4 defeat against the Great Danes.
After transferring to UMass before her sophomore season, Eipp has been the offensive leader of the Minutewomen and is on the verge of breaking program records.