A six-run fourth inning gives UMass victory over Northeastern at Fenway Park.
After trailing by only three, UConn blew up for seven runs in the seventh inning to top UMass 11-3.
With the spring game a week away, Andrew Ford and Andy Isabella work to get new receivers up to speed.
Justin Lasko pitched seven strong innings before falling in the eighth.
After starting strong, Carter Knapek allows five runs to the Crimson in the third inning.
With the reported losses of both Coleman and Lewis, the Minutemen could also be without their leading scorer from last season as Donte Clark is reportedly considering declaring for the NBA draft.
Boston College put the Minutemen in an early hole and didn’t look back, as UMass fell 13-1 Wednesday afternoon at New England Baseball Complex.
Minutemen coach Mike Stone’s final home opener postponed due to rain.
UMass is 0-4 in games decided by one or two runs.
A tight 5-5 game is blown up by a Holy Cross 10-run eighth inning.
The Minutemen piled on runs against the Bison, but struggled to move runners across the plate versus Harvard.
Athletic Director Ryan Bamford looks to hire a new UMass men’s basketball coach by the end of the month.
Strong outings from multiple Bonnies burry UMass in Atlantic 10 Tournament.
Minutemen barely advance to second round after letting 19-point lead fizzle down to three in the final seconds.
Despite career games from Malik Hines and Chris Baldwin, UMass can’t hold the lead in final minutes against St. Bonaventure.
Coach Mike Stone turns to Justin Lasko for opening day start against the Phoenix.
With UMass reaching the end of a disappointing regular season, Derek Kellogg decided to make practice interesting by putting starting jobs on the line.
The Minutemen’s ability to compete for a full 40 minutes resulted in one of their best performances in conference play this season.
Behind Mike Hart’s stats are years of being the ‘hardest working guy in the room.’
Minutemen show fight late in game, but it wasn’t enough as the Wildcats topped UMass.