Strong pitching performances were the difference both in victory and defeat for the Minutemen.
Minutemen are set to begin a tough stretch this weekend against the Black Bears
Although the season hasn’t started yet for the Minutemen, injuries to their pitching rotation will be an early season obstacle they must work around.
The Minutewomen look to defend its crown during A-10 tournament this weekend.
John Jennings, Dylan Morris and Mike Hart were all honored for their contributions to the Minutemen.
Delario scored the game-winning goal for the Minutewomen with eight seconds left Friday to secure a 3-2 win over Davidson.
The Minutewomen won their first of two weekend games, shutting out VCU Friday.
Minutewomen are out to avenge their 2-1 loss to the Huskies on Sept. 9.
Minutewomen host the Cardinals Friday before heading to Boston to face the No. 9 Eagles, writes @Tyler_Fiedler.
The Minutewomen take a one-game break from nonconference play before hosting Harvard and Stanford next week.
Hazard’s strong performance in net not quite enough to overcome fourth ranked Huskies.
After scoring 19 runs over the weekend against La Salle, the Minutemen failed to score Wednesday afternoon against the Bobcats, only mustering four hits on the day.
The Minutemen received a complete game from Brandon Walsh, who recorded a career-high 12 strikeouts.
The Eagles broke a 1-1 tie in the eighth inning to beat the Minutemen 2-1 in Chestnut Hill.
The Minutemen’s bullpen came up big as they pulled out a victory over the Huskies on the road.
Practice outside is speeding up adjustment period.
Jennings, one of the Minutemen’s new captains, sat out 25 games in 2015 after being sidelined with a torn hamstring.
The Minutemen and Minutewomen have a total 15 seniors competing in their last meet at home.
The Minutewomen finished fourth this past weekend with a score of 643, while the Minutemen finished third with 852.
Led by Kellen Gray’s strong Sunday finale in the pool, the Minutemen ended their fall season with a win.