The Minutemen and women return to Franklin Park in Boston to compete in this weekend’s New England Championship.
After Jackie Bruno gave the Minutewomen an early lead, UMass allowed back-to-back goals in its first conference loss of the season.
Morris, a senior, scored all three of the Minutemen’s goals in their win against Rhode Island Wednesday.
Mark Morris scored the game-winning goal on a rebound after his penalty kick was saved in the 89th minute.
The Minutemen will look to win their second game in a row in their MAC opener.
Ross Gienieczko writes that the Minutemen’s incoming freshmen should give fans cause for optimism in 2015-2016.
In one of the toughest conferences in college sports, the Minutemen look to improve on last year with a large recruiting class.
With 19 underclassmen on the roster and the absence of Brandon Montour and Frank Vatrano, the Minutemen have numerous questions entering the season.
With the departure of captain Troy Power, the Massachusetts hockey team voted Iacobellis to assume the vacant position.
Freshmen William Lagesson and Ivan Chukarov will be expected to make an immediate impact on the Minutemen’s blue line.
With a team that better fits his desired style of play, Micheletto and the Minutemen hope for a rebound year in 2015.
Michel recorded 113 yards and two touchdowns in the Minutemen’s 24-14 win over FIU last Saturday.
Although Wednesday’s game isn’t a must-win for the Minutemen, they are in desperate need of picking up three points in the Atlantic 10 standings
After battling confidence issues at the beginning of her career, Cassidy Babin has emerged as one of the best goalies in the Atlantic 10 and, even the country.
The Minutewomen took home 12 medals in their season-opening meet in Oklahoma over the weekend.
Yrazusta and Benito continue to form a dynamic duo for the Minutewomen in the top doubles slot.
The Eagles fell victim to Leonard Fournette and the Tigers Saturday, while the Falcons withstood a late Bulls’ rally.
With three games left in the 2014-15 season, Belza was forced to take a seat on the sideline with a knee injury.
UMass basketball notebook: Minutemen begin season at brand-new John Francis Kennedy Champions Center
Holloway, Hines on path to play in 2015-16, Berger returns from injury and Wojewodzic is no longer with team.
Rebekka Sverrisdóttir scored the equalizer with three seconds left in regulation to give the Minutewomen a 2-2 draw Sunday.