Sophomore Marquis Young headlines the 2016 rushing attack for the Minutemen after a successful freshman season.
After losing eight starters to graduation, the Minutemen’s defense has a much different look filled with underclassmen and junior-college transfers heading into the season.
In their first season as an independent, the Minutemen attempt to knock off the rust and gauge competition levels of new and returning players as the football season commences.
UMass football coach Mark Whipple announces Ross Comis as starting quarterback, transfer Andrew Ford close behind
Comis appeared in six games for the Minutemen in 2015 serving as Blake Frohnapfel’s backup.
Stone will conclude his coaching career upon conclusion of his 30th season in Amherst.
Tagliente left the Minutewomen after five seasons and three Atlantic 10 tournament and regular season championships.
Dennis Kravchenko, Keith Burchett, Henry Dill and Maddison Smiley have all decided to leave the UMass hockey program.
The Minutemen finished the 2016 campaign nine games under .500, but closed out the year with a three-game sweep against A-10 rival Patriots.
For the second time in as many seasons, the Minutewomen fell to the top-seeded Maryland Terrapins in the NCAA tournament.
The Boston Celtics, via the Brooklyn Nets, received the third overall pick in Tuesday’s draft lottery.
The Minutewomen defeated Cornell 7-6 Sunday afternoon, and will play No. 1 Maryland in the Elite Eight next Sunday.
The Minutemen salvaged its lone win of the three-game weekend series Sunday, 6-3.
Eileen McDonald scored the game-winner with two minutes, 23 seconds remaining in overtime, after Princeton tied the game in the final second of regulation.
The Minutemen fail to provide consistent offense in their second loss in as many days.
The Minutemen were held to just six hits behind a strong pitching performance form the Huskies’ Andrew Zapata, and the rest of their bullpen.
The Minutewomen’s Abby Walker broke a 7-7 tie with 15 minutes, 14 seconds remaining in the second half to secure the win against the Spiders.
The Minutemen used a seven-run eighth inning to propel them to victory over the Spiders on Sunday morning.
The Minutewomen will look to win their eighth straight A-10 title Sunday against Richmond.
The Minutemen squandered three hits and committed three errors in the back end of doubleheader against the Rams.