The Minutewomen’s 2014 season ended with a 10-4 loss to the Greyhounds in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Here are the highlights.
A powerful defense and a strong second half performance led the Greyhounds past the Minutewomen on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, ending UMass’ 2014 season
When Angela McMahon came from UConn to UMass to be the women’s lacrosse coach four years ago, two of her recruits at UConn, Katie Ferris and Kelsey McGovern, followed her to UMass. In the short time since, the three have been making their mark in UMass lacrosse history.
The Minutewomen overcame an early deficit to beat the Spiders for their sixth straight conference championship and fourth straight undefeated conference season
In its last home game of the season, 14 Minutewomen contributed to a 21-8 victory over the Bonnies.
The Minutewomen kept their undefeated conference record alive with a close 9-8 victory over the Spiders on Saturday.
Students and townsfolk gathered at UMass to support equality for all people.
Highlights from the press conference following Derrick Gordon’s coming out as the first openly gay Division I basketball player. Derrick Gordon from Daily Collegian on Vimeo.
The Minutewomen will be going out on the road for the first time in almost a month on Friday before returning home on Sunday for their Senior Day game.
The Minutemen got a 5-4 walk-off win over the Flyers on Sunday. Here are the highlights.
The Minutewomen defeated the Explorers 19-10 for their first Atlantic 10 conference victory. Here are the highlights.
The Minutewomen fell behind in the opening minutes, but turned things around quickly to beat La Salle 19-10 for their first Atlantic 10 win.
The Minutewomen have been taking all the positives and negatives from their hard-fought loss to the Wildcats as they prepare for the start of conference play.
The Minutewomen fell to No. 7 Northwestern by a score of 10-6 Tuesday night. Here are the highlights. UMass WLAX vs Northwestern Highlights from Daily Collegian on Vimeo.
The Minutewomen committed a whopping 44 penalties in their 10-6 loss to the Wildcats Tuesday night
The Minutewomen will host the Wildcats, hoping to beat them for the first time in 12 matchups.
After a rough start to the 2014 season, the Minutemen hope to turn things around with the start of Atlantic 10 conference play.
The Minutemen have to play their 2014 season without one of their leading hitters from last year, as senior second baseman/designated hitter Rob McLam sits out for the season to recover from a torn ACL.
The Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team held the Trojans to six goals for a 14-6 triumph to earn their ninth straight win.
Sam Rush scored five goals to lead the UMass women’s lacrosse team to a 12-6 victory over New Hampshire.