UMass gets off 11 shots, but can’t find the back of the net as they drop their second straight.
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For Saturday’s Homecoming game the Daily Collegian sent a team of photographers. Here is a slideshow of their best shots. Photos by Cade Belisle, Amanda Creegan, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Alec Zabrecky
UMass football played their first home game at McGuirk Stadium since 2011. Here’s what the fans think about the return.
The UMass men’s cross country team place 4th in their season-opening home meet. Behind Vermont, Boston College and Maine and in front of Amherst College and Sacred Heart.
UMass gets the short end of a 2-1 loss to the California Golden Bears.
UMass puts up 38 points, but falls just short to the Colorado Buffaloes.
Follow the Daily Collegian Sports team’s coverage of the UMass Minutemen in preparation for the 2014 football season.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
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 Minutemen couldn’t overcome opening jitters and missed opportunities in a lopsided 86-67 loss to Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Photos by Taylor C. Snow.
The Minutemen were selected into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998 on Sunday night. The team gathered at the Amherst Brewing Company down the road from campus to take in the moment.