The Minutemen endured a stretch of 11 minutes, 55 seconds without a field goal in a sloppy second-half stretch.
UMass announced plans Wednesday to retire a jersey in honor of former coach John Calipari.
The Minutemen begin with four-game series against Wildcats.
The Minutemen will look to upset Notre Dame this weekend in South Bend.
A win over St. Bonaventure put UMass into the second round of the Atlantic 10 tournament
The Minutemen struggled to generate consistent offense in the second half, producing their lowest point total (53) of the season.
On Wednesday, March 4, the UMass men’s basketball team lost against Richmond 53-56 at the Mullins Center. Here are the Daily Collegian’s photos from the game. Photos by Cade Belisle, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Kristen Richard, Christina Yacono.
Anthony enters as Richmond’s leading scorer, 16.4 points per game, and is the sparkplug for a Spiders team on a four-game winning streak.
With the Boston Celtics in no-mans-land in the Eastern Conference, a playoff run is the best thing it can do.
Despite dropping their first two games against the Bonnies this season, the Minutewomen and coach Sharon Dawley are confident they’ll see a different result Wednesday.
Both Maxie Esho and Cady Lalanne will be honored before Wednesday’s game against Richmond on Senior Night, and the two have enjoyed every step of the journey together.
Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Tim discuss the freshman ineligibility proposal from the Big Ten Conference. Which injury hurts more? Patrick Kane’s or Derrick Rose’s? Massachusetts Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Anthony Chiusano joins the show to talk UMass hockey as the Hockey East tournament rounds the corner. And what will Josh Hamilton’s legacy be in Major League Baseball following his most recent drug and alcohol relapse?
After scoring a career-high eight goals this season, UMass hockey’s Zack LaRue prepares for his final postseason trip with the Minutemen.
According to Stefanoni, the Minutewomen are in a better position than they were a season ago and are standing out at the plate.
The doubles team of Ana Yrazusta and Carol Benito led the charge yet again for the Minutewomen.
UMass women’s track and field finished fifth at last weekend’s New England Regional Championships, while the men finished 20th.
Freshman Cierra Dillard’s play down the stretch squashes Rams’ second-half comeback attempt.
Kim Pierre-Louis has record day against URI as she continues to lead Minutewomen heading into the Atlantic 10 tournament.
Katie Ott led the Minutewomen with three goals against the Crusaders to maintain their undefeated record.