The Minutemen were held to a season-low three goals against the No. 4 defense in the nation in Saturday’s 6-3 loss.
The Minutemen will have to convert on any opportunity they get facing the nation’s fourth-ranked defense on Saturday.
The Minutewomen have won 38 consecutive games and have no lost an Atlantic 10 game in four years.
Chanel Gasper looks to lead the Minutewomen against the Great Danes and needs just three wins to become the programs all-time leader.
UMass softball takes on St. Josephs this weekend.
After an offensive explosion in last weekend’s series at Dayton, the Minutemen have hot bats that are ready to be tested.
The junior guard announced Tuesday he will transfer from the Massachusetts men’s basketball program in what UMass coach Derek Kellogg called a “mutual decision.”
UMass officially announced the hiring of new Athletic Director Ryan Bamford Tuesday, and acknowledged the importance of the success of its football program moving forward.
The Minutemen have conceded less than 10 goals in each of their last three games, all victories.
Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Tim pick out the best, worst and most shocking games from the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament. Kevin Durant is out again. Will this hurt the Thunder’s playoff chances? Anthony Chiusano joins the desk to talk some UMass men’s lacrosse. And the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will now be played in the winter. Good move?
The Minutewomen allow a nation-best 4.5 goals against per game with goalkeeper Rachel Vallarelli leading the charge.
With their first two catchers unavailable, the Minutemen have relied on seldom-used catcher Matt Bare.
A formal press conference to announce the hiring of Bamford, who is currently an associate athletic director at Georgia Tech, is expected Tuesday.
The Minutemen outscored the Flyers 26-11 this past weekend in their first three wins of the season.
UMass softball was plagued by poor defense for much of the weekend series but finished strong in a 9-2 victory.
The Minutewomen enjoyed victories over Davidson and the College of Charleston last week.
The Minutemen’s defense stepped up in the closing minutes to secure Saturday’s victory against the Pride.
Today on Inside the Park, host Marc Jean-Louis examines the NCAA Tournament Bracket. Which teams got the best positions, which teams are lucky to be in the field at all and which teams got cheated from the tournament. Also, Massachusetts Daily Collegian editor-in-chief Nick Canelas joins the show to talk how the UMass men’s basketball team’s season came to an abrupt end.
The freshman defenseman ended his UMass career with 20 points in 21 games after arriving midseason.
The Minutemen were not selected to the NIT tournament, effectively ending their season. Now, the process of evaluating and looking forward to next season begins.