The Huskies needed a fourth quarter touchdown reception from Chad Beebe to squeak by the Bobcats.
The Minutemen travel to the place where their season ended last year, hoping to redeem themselves against the Catamounts.
The Iceland native heads into the offseason before her senior season with goals to accomplish both in Amherst and beyond.
The Minutemen took a 21-hour trip via van to the NIRSA National Soccer Championships.
The Minutemen spoke about their 11-1 loss to the Catamounts Saturday night and talked about what the team needs to do to move on.
UMass forward Zach Coleman played a season-high 24 minutes in the Minutemen’s 75-69 victory over Florida State Sunday.
This weekend the UMass Basketball team played in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament versus Notre Dame on Saturday and Florida State on Sunday.
The Minutewomen put together a two-game winning streak before dropping Sunday’s contest against Florida State in their trip to Texas.
Donte Clark and Jabarie Hinds each had 15 points off the bench as the Minutemen earned their fourth win of the season.
Guards Jabarie Hinds, Donte Clark and forward Zach Coleman combined to play 77 minutes, score 32 points and reel in nine rebounds in UMass’ 75-69 victory over Florida State.
Daily Collegian news editor Aviva Luttrell and sports editor Mark Chiarelli discuss the week in news and sports.
After giving up 11 goals to Vermont, the Minutemen will have to regroup with another game on Tuesday.
It was the worst loss for the Minutemen in 38 years, as they fell 11-1 to the Catamounts Saturday night at the Mullins Center.
Minutemen point guard Trey Davis struggled in UMass’ 81-68 loss to Notre Dame, and his coach Derek Kellogg called his process of taking over as starting point guard a “work in progress.”
Notre Dame unveiled it’s own version of the “big four,” which scored 69 total points and led the Irish past UMass.
Notre Dame guard Jerian Grant led the Irish past UMass with a 24-point, eight-assist performance in a game where the Minutemen committed 18 turnovers.
UMass hockey allows a pair of goals in via deflection off members of its own team in a game where the Minutemen had opportunities to cut the deficit.
The Minutemen lost their second game of the season to the Eagles and are now winless in their last four conference matchups.
The No. 12 Eagles and No. 11 Catamounts visit the Mullins Center Friday and Saturday as the Minutemen try to move up within the conference.
The Minutewomen dominated the paint and forced the Black Bears to shoot 36 3-pointers in their first win of the season.
Ross Gienieczko makes his week 12 picks for the National Football League.
Kim Pierre-Louis finished with a game-high 19 points while Rashida Timbilla chimed in with 14 of her own in the Minutewomen’s win.
Redshirt senior Troy Power will hit the century mark for games played as the Minutemen host No. 12 Boston College on Friday.
UMass women’s swimmer Meriza Werenski was recently named Atlantic 10 Conference Performer of the Week.
UMass offense failed to produce without quarterback Blake Frohnapfel
Despite being 0-2, the Minutewomen believe they are close to finding a winning formula heading into their home opener Wednesday.
After a costly mistake that almost lead to UMass to blowing the game, Seth Berger regained his confidence in the overtime win.
Minutemen forward Seth Berger played a career-high 25 minutes in Tuesday’s 77-68 overtime victory over Manhattan and was involved in a number of critical plays late.
UMass basketball prepares for early start in nationally televised game Tuesday morning against Manhattan
The Minutemen will look to use their speed and quickness to neutralize the size advantages of the Jaspers in an 11 a.m. start on ESPN.
For the first time in three years, the Minutewomen fell short of their goal of winning the Atlantic 10 title.
He’s achieved exceptional international and domestic success, but Jim Dietz’s goal is to affect lives in a way that extends far beyond rowing.
The Minutemen are averaging more than 156 rushing yards per game over their last five games, a stark increase from the 60 yards per game averaged over their first five games.
Despite impressive defense and standout freshmen play, fundamentals haunted UMass women’s basketball in its opening weekend.
Daily Collegian sports editor Mark Chiarelli and news editor Aviva Luttrell discuss the week in news and sports during their weekly podcast.
The Minutemen outscored the Eagles 47-30 in the final frame and benefited from strong performances from Derrick Gordon and Maxie Esho.
On Sunday UMass played Boston College for the Coaches vs. Cancer tripleheader event in which some proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society
The Minutemen scored seven goals in both games to sweep the pair of games against Bryant and UConn.
The Minutemen are growing mustaches for the third straight year to raise awareness for men’s health issues.
UMass displayed strong defense but ultimately fell to Central Michigan.
Patience was key in UMass’ win over the Eagles Sunday.
Coming off its most successful season, the Minutewomen will travel to Memphis, Tennessee to compete at a national level.
He hasn’t thrown a live pass in two years, but redshirt freshman Austin Whipple is prepared to start for the Minutemen in place of injured starting quarterback Blake Frohnapfel.
Derrick Gordon became the first openly gay Division I men’s basketball player to play in a collegiate game, and scored 17 points and added nine rebounds in UMass’ 95-87 win over Siena.
Timely free throw shooting down the stretch and strong play from their veterans vaulted the Minutemen to their first victory of the year.
Trey Davis, Derrick Gordon, Maxie Esho and Cady Lalanne combined for 81 total points in the Minutemen’s season-opening victory at the Mullins Center.
The Minutemen held strong defensively in a Wednesday night showdown at McGuirk Stadium, but quarterback Blake Frohnapfel left the game on crutches following a significant right leg injury.
Frohnapfel’s season in jeopardy following leg injury, while Sharpe shines in UMass’ win over Ball State
Tajae Sharpe had another career day with 13 receptions and 239 receiving yards in the Minutemen’s 24-10 victory over the Cardinals Wednesday night.
The Huskies took over the top spot in the MAC West in a close game against the Rockets while the Bulls erupted for 55 points in an easy victory.
Ross Gienieczko makes his week 11 NFL picks.
The Minutemen defense expects Ball State to run the ball and is preparing to face Cardinals running back Jahwan Edwards.
UMass football Jean Sifrin anticipates a strong offensive performance when UMass hosts Ball State Wednesday night.
Freshman diver Trent Kindvall is off to a hot start for men’s swimming and diving.
Ohio State strengthened its case for a playoff spot after a 49-37 win over Michigan State, while Texas A&M knocked off Auburn on the road.
It was a tough season for UMass men’s soccer, but progress was made, leaving the Minutemen optimistic moving forward.
Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz celebrated their four-year careers on Saturday in a 3-0 win over the Bonnies on Senior Day.
The Minutewomen defeated Lock Haven 2-0 in the semifinals, but a 1-0 loss against the Spiders prevented a third-consecutive conference title for UMass.
The UMass men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both lost their meets against Brown on Saturday.
Controversy and poor puck possession cost UMass club hockey pair of games over weekend.
Josh Schwartz and Lenoir Sery pace a UMass offense which score a season-high three goals in its final game of the year.
The Minutemen saw production from all four lines in Friday night’s 7-1 victory over AIC.
The Minutemen offense exploded, scoring the most goals they’ve scored in a game since 2011.
Massachusetts Daily Collegian sports web producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly producer Jesse Mayfield-Sheehan team up to discuss North Dakota State football, professional sports playoff formatting, African Americans in Major League Baseball and the controversy of NFL policy through the fining of Colin Kaepernick.
UMass women’s soccer was unable to complete the upset against top-seeded La Salle in the Minutewomen’s final matchup of the season.
The Minutewomen are 5-0 all-time against Lock Haven and have high expectations entering postseason play.
Ross Gienieczko makes his week 10 NFL picks.
UMass is focusing on playing 60 complete minutes of hockey as it looks to get back on track against the Yellow Jackets.
The Minutemen look to remain focused in the final game for senior leaders Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz.
Minutemen forward Frank Vatrano faces his older brother’s alma mater and UMass captain Troy Power faces off against long-time friend and teammate on Friday.
The Minutewomen will take on Lock Haven on Friday as the team seeks its third consecutive A-10 title.
Seniors Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz will play the final game of their careers with the UMass men’s soccer team this weekend.
The Minutewomen hope to avenge last year’s semifinal loss to La Salle when they play the top-seeded Explorers in the first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament Thursday.
The UMass tennis team won seven doubles matches and had nine singles wins in the Big Green Invitational.
The UMass club field hockey advances to the national tournament for the second year in a row.
Both the men’s and women’s swimming teams handily beat the Bearcats in a two-day meet this past weekend.
While the underclassmen have carried the Minutemen through seven games, their experienced group of veterans must be more reliable if UMass wants to improve its record.
Minutewomen coach Jim Dietz said UMass’ performance at the Head of the Fish was the best of the season.
Rebels’ receiver Laquon Treadwell fumbled in the closing seconds of the Rebels 35-31 loss to Auburn while breaking his ankle in the process.
With a win against Saint Louis on Sunday, the Minutewomen clinched the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Atlantic 10 tournament.
The Minutemen fell 4-1 in their second-to-last game of the season and were dominated in all facets.
The Minutewomen secured the eighth seed in the Atlantic 10 playoffs and are set to face top-seeded La Salle.
The Minutemen dropped two one-score games against Maine in Orono over the weekend.
After a scoreless first half, Sarah Hawkshaw sparked the Minutewomen with two goals to power a 5-1 victory Sunday.
Seven players score in double digits as the Minutemen cruise by the American International Yellow Jackets 120-71 in their season exhibition.
Minutemen will look to control faceoffs, time of possession in weekend matchup against the Black Bears.
The sophomore forward will start Thursday in UMass’ home exhibition against American International.
Minutemen head down south for matchups against Davidson and non-conference foe UNC-Ashville this weekend.
Brady vs. Manning, divisional rivalries and battle of top NFC teams highlight week nine in the NFL.
The Minutewomen are 4-0-0 on the season when scoring the first goal of the match.
Two straight shutout victories have the Minutewomen marching toward a potential playoff spot.
Freshman goaltender Henry Dill has shown poise and consistency in his first three career starts for the Minutemen.
Both Matthew Mooney and Taylor Culp propelled the Minutemen to a victory.
Minutewomen coach Carla Tagliente wins her 50th career game and sophomore Izzie Delario nets two goals to lead the Minutewomen to victory
The Minutemen scored with 15 seconds remaining in overtime to beat the Owls in their second game in as many nights.
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Alessandro Bomprezzi won team MVP honors a season ago and aims to build on that success in his junior season.
Both the Huskies and Chippewas snuck by inferior conference opponents while the Broncos had little difficulty against Ohio.
Led by Alessandro Bomprezzi and Meriza Werenski, the Minutemen and women delivered strong performances but couldn’t capitalize en route to losses to the Terriers.
The Minutemen lost to No. 6 BC Saturday night after picking up their first Hockey East win on Friday against Northeastern.
The Tigers handed the No.3 Rebels their first loss of the season, while the Bruins prevailed in double overtime.
Minutewomen rip season high 12 shots on goal in their 2-0 win over St. Bonaventure on Friday.
Two first-half goals paced the Minutemen past the Rams, 2-0, Sunday afternoon for their first victory since Sept. 19.
The Minutewomen built an early lead and was able to fend off Duquesne’s second half attack for back-to-back victories.
The Minutewomen outscored the Explorers 3-1 to earn an important conference victory with the regular season winding down.
Goals by Alyssa Fratarcangeli and Jackie Bruno lead UMass past St. Bonaventure at Rudd Field on Friday 2-0.
Despite another strong performance by Blake Frohnapfel, UMass can’t hang on against Toledo
Minutemen’s defense will be tested once against this week against the Rocket’s trio of running backs and veteran offensive line.
The Minutemen head to Boston this weekend to battle the Northeastern Huskies and Boston College Eagles on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Ray Pigozzi, Steven Iacobellis and Patrick Lee have combined for three goals 10 points in three games this season.
Ross Gienieczko makes his picks for NFL matchups this weekend
UMass women’s is soccer struggling as of late, and needs scoring to keep postseason hopes alive.
The Minutewomen can still qualify for the A-10 tournament with a strong finish despite a lackluster start to conference play.
A change in strategy may help the Minutemen down the stretch, as UMass is moving captain Matt Keys into a more offensive role.
The performance of underclassmen on the Massachusetts men’s swimming team was a bright spot in its meet against Army this past weekend.
Western Michigan topped Bowling Green behind an impressive rushing attack, while Northern Illinois erupted for 51 points against Miami (OH).
Freshmen Patrick Lee, Jake Horton and Keith Burchett have fueled the UMass offense through two weekends of play
Lauren Allymohamed bounced back from a stick to the face to score the game-winning goal against the Terriers on Sunday.
The Minutemen will travel to New York on Friday to face the Red Foxes before returning to the Mullins Center on Saturday for an afternoon matchup against the Owls.
Minutemen pleased with growth in the trenches throughout course of 2014 season.
Sophomore Anna Woosley advanced to the round of 32, as the Minutewomen had four players reach the Main Draw.
After losing Friday night, the Minutemen earned their first win of the season Saturday night with a 4-3 victory over Michigan State.
Minutewomen drop to 11th in Atlantic 10 standings after back-to-back losses.
The Minutemen and Minutewomen posted mixed results in their first duel match of the season Saturday.
The Minutewomen defeated the Terriers 2-1 in overtime to even their record for the season.
The Minutemen got shut out for the sixth time this season in a 5-0 loss to Saint Louis on Sunday.
The UMass men’s soccer team still winless in Atlantic 10 conference play, as they drop it to Dayton 4-1 at Rudd Field on Friday.
Tajae Sharpe tied a career-high in catches (13) and set a career-high in receiving yards (193) in a 36-14 win over Eastern Michigan.
The former walk-on finished with 135 rushing yards and four touchdowns after leaving the Minutemen’s last game with a shoulder injury.
The Minutemen rode strong individual performances from receiver Tajae Sharpe and running back Shadrach Abrokwah and a stingy defensive effort to a convincing victory.
UMass men’s soccer allows four goals in the first 38 minutes in a resounding loss to Dayton
The Minutewomen earn another crucial conference victory and are picking up momentum as the season nears the end.
Despite early season struggles for Eastern Michigan, the Minutemen are expecting a competitive game from the Eagles.
The Minutemen look to bounce back from their season opening loss in a two game road trip to Michigan State.
Since coming over from Spain, the freshman has exceeded expectations of both herself and head coach Judy Dixon.
After a tie against Virginia Commonwealth last weekend, Minutemen look to build on the team’s improvements.
UMass’ leading receiver Tajae Sharpe faced significantly more defensive attention against Kent State, which could be a sign of things to come.
Despite having success against the Rams in recent years, the Minutemwomen expect tough task on Friday night.
After being named an alternate captain, Zack LaRue is prepared to become an even bigger leader for the Minutemen.
Bowling Green and Akron stayed hot, while Thomas Rawls fueled Central Michigan
Minutewomen show improvement through first three conference games behind consistent defense, emerging offense
UMass coach and rowing legend Jim Dietz talks about the upcoming season
Freshmen Melanie Kreusch and Sarah Hawkshaw have shined for the Minutewomen this season in expansive roles.
Pavone’s first career goal, which came in a 2-1 loss to Hartford, carries significant meaning.
The standout junior goalkeeper has kept the Minutewomen in contention during a less-than-stellar start to the season.
Despite holding a 2-0 lead, the Minutewomen were unable to finish strong and lost to Columbia 3-2.
Following their first victory of the season, the Minutemen look to improve on their preparation in the hopes of stringing together a winning streak.
Junior Ben Thomas leads the UMass pack as the Minutemen place 15th in the New
The Minutewomen fell to George Washington after relenting two first half goals.
The Minutemen carried a lead into the fourth quarter for the fourth time this season and finally held onto it.
The top two lines from Boston University dominated, while UMass’s top forwards came up empty
Boston University used six unanswered goals in the third period to fly by the Minutemen.
Marc Jean-Louis discusses the state of Michigan football: its current state of decline and what led to it.
UMass Hockey starts this Friday, Oct. 10, against Boston University at 7 pm.
Minutemen prepare for first win of the season, unsure of who will be taking snaps for the Golden Eagles.
Although the Minutemen played well in the first half, they couldn’t play a complete 90 minutes to get their seconds win of the season.
UMass hockey is itching to get its 2014-15 campaign underway, starting Friday night at Mullins Center against Boston University.
After originally being committed to the University of Vermont, Dennis Kravchenko is now preparing to be a significant force for UMass hockey.
For a young Minutemen team with nine freshmen on the roster, the sophomore class hopes to ease the transition for first-year players, replace last year’s seniors.
In his first full season with the Minutemen, redshirt sophomore Frank Vatrano is ready to make an impact.
The redshirt senior looks to build off of last year’s personal success as offensive threat, team captain.
The 6-foot-7 defenseman is a crucial component of UMass’ defensive corps this season and is expected to play significant minutes.
Head coach Judy Dixon expects big things from young team, expects similar results against Huskies to those in Army Invitational.
UMass men’s soccer hopes to capitalize on strong defensive play to pick up season’s second win against Hartford on Wednesday
After a string of close defeats, the Minutemen look to find the win column in their second to last nonconference matchup.
Shadrach Abrokwah adds new depth to the running back position, UMass coach Mark Whipple still undecided on who will start at kicker
As the Minutemen enter conference play, goals are still hard to come by.
While Sunday afternoons in October are often reserved for watching football, baseball could be felt in the air last Sunday as the Massachusetts baseball team took on Dartmouth College in a fall exhibition game at Earl Lorden Field.
A pair of Mid-American Conference stalwarts pulled out victories late, while a missed extra point cost Western Michigan.
UMass basketball guards Jabarie Hinds and Donte Clark are two important pieces to Derek Kellogg’s puzzle
Both Hinds and Clark could only observe the Minutemen last year, but are now asked to play significant roles as the team prepares for this season.
Jackie Bruno’s goal in 87th minute and Cassidy Babin’s six saves propel the Minutewomen to an A-10 victory over Saint Joseph’s.
Freshman Melanie Kreusch recorded a hat trick in Sunday’s victory over the previously undefeated Red Flash.
With three seconds remaining and no timeouts, the Minutemen tried to score a touchdown instead of going for a field goal, a costly decision that resulted in a 42-41 loss against Miami (OH).
UMass men’s soccer’s 1-0 loss to Saint Joseph’s on Saturday was overshadowed by horrible weather conditions.
For Saturday’s hockey exhibition game the Daily Collegian sent a team of photographers. Here are some of their best shots.
The Minutemen lose their Atlantic 10 conference opener to St. Joseph’s 1-0 on a rain-drenched Rudd Field.
In her first match since Sep. 14, captain Jackie Bruno returned to competition in a big way on Friday after missing two matches with an injury for the Massachusetts women’s soccer team. The Minutewomen fell behind 1-0 to their first Atlantic 10 Conference opponent of the year, George Mason, in the 34th minute. But Bruno responded 15 minutes later, scoring her third goal of the year and providing UMass with the 1-1 equalizer. She received a pass from forward Megan Burke, split through two defenders and drove a long-range shot into the top right hand corner of the goal to…
The Massachusetts men’s soccer team needed to hang on for just four more minutes in a rain-soaked match Saturday against Saint Joseph’s to force overtime. But in the 86th minute, Saint Joseph’s pressed up field and created one final chance. Junior forward Mark Colville latched onto a through-ball from teammate Emmanuel Temeh and deftly lifted the ball over UMass goalkeeper Ryan Buckingham, effectively killing off the game 1-0 for the Hawks at Rudd Field. For senior UMass (1-8, 0-1 Atlantic 10 Conference) captain Matt Keys, it was an all too familiar ending. “It was the same story,” Keys said. “We…
Saturday’s 42-41 loss to Miami (OH) – which saw a 27-point lead vanish – continues heartbreak, frustration for Minutemen
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In a battle of winless teams, the Minutemen are hungry to get their first win of the season at Miami (OH)
Both UMass and the Red Hawks have similar problems, and both looking to get first win of season on Saturday.
Minutewomen hope to turn around their season in conference play.
Offense must take step forward in Atlantic 10 conference opener, but face tough St. Joseph’s defense.
Despite catching eight passes for 135 yards against Bowling Green, UMass tight end Jean Sifrin said there’s room to grow and is troubled by UMass’ 0-5 record.
Mooney has started in seven games this year and logged 603 minutes as a crucial component of the Minutemen.
UMass enters its eight-game conference slate fresh off a winless road trip, but help could be on the way in the form of Jackie Bruno.
Massachusetts women’s soccer holds off a relentless Harvard attack in its last game before Atlantic 10 schedule
The Minutewomen face a crucial stretch of games against high-level A-10 opponents.
With a strong roster filled with returning players, UMass club hockey aims to win a national championship.
UMass gets off 11 shots, but can’t find the back of the net as they drop their second straight.
Yrazusta and Griffin lead UMass with strong play in weekend tournament.
The Minutemen forwards captain traveled to Australia to further his rugby career and brought back a wealth of knowledge and leadership.
The Zips silenced a strong Pittsburgh running attack en route to a 21-10 upset victory.
Florida State scored 28 points down the stretch to stave off an upset bid by N.C. State while Kenny Hill excelled for Texas A&M.
The Minutemen were held scoreless for the fourth time this season in a 1-0 loss to New Hampshire on Sunday.
The Minutewomen’s offense came alive against the Rams to notch their first conference win of the season, 4-1.
Leading 2-0, the Minutemen conceded three unanswered goals to fall to the Crimson, 3-2, on Friday.
The defensive duo played a solid 90 minutes against the Wildcats in Sunday’s losing effort.
Nearly half of McGuirk Stadium emptied out by halftime, missing out on a record-breaking performance from UMass offense.