Well, where to begin? My role at the Massachusetts Daily Collegian is at its end. My college career is at its end. Some of the great relationships I’ve developed at this University are sadly at their end. What have I left to show for it? I’m still trying to put that into words. I arrived to the University of Massachusetts when I was 17. I was always the youngest person in my grade through all levels of schooling. It may seem miniscule, but it was different being among peers who had experienced life a full year more than I had….
T.J. Quinn and Mark Fainaru-Wada, two prominent investigative sports journalists for ESPN’s enterprise/investigative unit, spoke to an Issue in Sports class at the University of Massachusetts Thursday night.
With the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams seasons underway, Collegian Sports Editor Jay Asser explains how fans can find UMass pride in both teams.
Collegian Sports Editor Jay Asser and Assistant Sports Editors Jackson Alexander and Stephen Sellner analyze the key aspects to Super Bowl 46.
Sports Editor Jay Asser explains why the Massachusetts men’s basketball team is making strides in the right direction as the postseason nears.
Co-Sports Editor and Collegian columnist Jay Asser discusses last year's offense and how it will improve in the new season.
Sports columnist Jay Asser looks at how UMass’ loss to BC raises more questions than anything else.
NCAA athletes are technically amateurs, but that doesn’t stop them from seeking out improper ways to cash in on their worth.
UMass got five goals from Connor Mooney on Senior Night Friday.
After two consecutive overtime victories, the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team will face No. 8 Hofstra on Saturday in its final road game of the season.
After losing twice to them last year, the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team hopes that it can overcome Towson’s tough defense when the two teams meet on Saturday at Johnny Unitas Stadium.
UMass enters its most difficult stretch of the year when they take on SJU on Saturday.
Despite building a sizeable first-half lead, the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team succumbed to a comeback by Harvard, falling 11-9 in Cambridge on Tuesday night.
Poor shooting proved to be the overwhelming reason behind the Massachusetts men’s basketball team first round Atlantic 10 playoff loss to Dayton on Tuesday night at the Mullins Center.
The Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team has done well in holding its opponents to less goals in the second half, especially the third quarter.
Even though UMass fell to Fordham, Coach Kellogg and Co. host Dayton in the first round of the A-10 tournament Tuesday night.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team controls its playoff fate with its road game against Fordham on Saturday.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team played its most intense game of the season Wednesday night, ultimately losing to No. 24 Temple, 73-67, in overtime.
The Minutemen will commemorate their seniors on Wednesday, with Anthony Gurley, Gary Correia and Hashim “Big City” Bailey being celebrated.
No. 11 UMass went down early, but battled back to win its third-straight game against No. 13 OSU. Leading the way for the Minutemen was freshman Connor Mooney.