The Minutemen were swept in three games for second time this year in their trip against the Billikens
The Minutemen will face the Huskies and Eagles in a pair of midweek non-conference games.
Captain Chanel Glasper’s untimely injury stifled what appeared to be a comeback victory for the Minutewomen.
Minutemen finish third, Minutewomen finish second in meet in Worcester
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Space, who played at both Texas A&M and Florida State, is expected to graduate in May and is eligible to play immediately.
The Minutewomen survived a late-game Explorers run to clinch their 34th consecutive victory in conference play.
The Minutewomen shut out the Bonnies in Sunday’s Senior Day matchup to cap a three-win weekend.
The Minutemen knocked off Drexel 12-9 in their first game at Garber Field since last season, as coach Greg Cannella picked up a victory in his 300th career game at the helm.
The Minutemen returned to Garber Field for the first time this season and put themselves in better position to make the CAA tournament in their crucial conference win over Drexel Saturday.
UMass nose tackle Robert Kitching made two sacks in Friday’s spring game, while a local receiver prospect and former UMass baseball player, Dan Jonah, caught the game’s first touchdown.
The UMass quarterback played tight end at Friday’s spring game, and will play both positions moving forward for the Minutemen.
Andrew Cyr details three positive and three negative trends from Friday’s UMass football spring game.
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple said the outcome of the game was what he had hoped for and was encouraged by the play of some of his younger depth.
UMass hosts its spring football game at 7 p.m. at McGuirk Stadium in what is an important evaluation step for many on the roster.
After struggling in their first game against Marist, an 11-1 loss, the Minutewomen fought off a Marist comeback to win 4-3 and split the doubleheader.
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Currently ranked fifth in the CAA, the Minutemen look to improve their chances of moving themselves into playoff position against the Dragons.
The Minutemen led 4-1 and held off and eighth inning rally to defeat Hartford 4-3 Wednesday at Earl Lorden Field.
The Minutemen have won five games in a row, and improvement from their pitching staff has led the way.