The Minutemen battled to a tie for 100 minutes, but fell 1-0 in overtime to the Wolverines at Rudd Field.
UMass coach Mark Whipple announced Jackson Porter will move from cornerback to wide receiver while AD Ryan Bamford announced the completion of the Minutemen’s 2016 schedule.
Downey, a sophomore, is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 21 at Eastern Hampshire District Court in Belchertown.
Joe Colton sat down at Thursday’s Media Day to discuss the Minutemen’s 2015 expectations and how he’s preparing for his senior season.
The Minutemen return four starters at linebacker, including redshirt sophomore Shane Huber, who last played in 2013 due to injury.
UMass football fall camp: Jamal Wilson returns from injury with confidence he is ‘main guy’ at running back
Coming off a broken ankle against Vanderbilt last season, Jamal Wilson said he’s 100 percent healthy and confident that he’s the “main guy” in the Minutemen’s running back corps.
A physical Lindsay and speedy Isabella hope to prove enough in fall camp to earn regular season reps in the backfield for the Minutemen.
UMass football fall camp day five: Rodney Mills looks to continue bringing versatility to tight end position
With the departure of Jean Sifrin from the Minutemen’s offense, Mills leads a tight end corps that expects to collectively contribute toward matching last season’s positional production.
UMass football fall camp day four: Veteran offensive line boasts chemistry, looks to improve run blocking
The Minutemen return all five starters to the offensive line, which focuses on helping to boost the run game to balance UMass’ offense.
UMass football fall camp day three: Ex-quarterbacks A.J. Doyle, Andrew Verboys continue transitions to new positions
Doyle, who moved to tight end last spring, and Verboys, who switched to wide receiver this summer, look to earn playing time after changing from quarterback.
UMass football fall camp day two: Defensive secondary hopes experience, added depth brings greater consistency
The Minutemen return three key senior starters to the secondary in addition to new additions who will look to make an immediate impact.
The Minutemen return to camp with an answer at quarterback and lofty expectations in their final year in the MAC.
The UMass football team returned to camp Monday with nothing but football on their minds.
The Minutemen will face the Bulls for the first time in program history in a 2017 trip to Tampa.
UMass athletic director Ryan Bamford said Tuesday that the decision will cost the University around $400,000 in 2015-16.
Head coach Mark Whipple announced a series of three coaching changes Tuesday after Mike Cassano, last year’s passing game coordinator, resigned.
The Minutemen received three first-place votes in the media poll and was picked not to finish last for the first time in four years.
Stafford, one of three arrested Saturday morning, had a bond set at $1,000 and was given a court date of July 31.
O’Mara, a 2004 Isenberg School of Management graduate, spent the past five years at Arizona and brings rich experience in overseeing football media relations.
The Minutemen are losing two of its biggest 2015 contributors in leading scorer Nick Mariano and starting goalie Zach Oliveri.