Tagliente left the Minutewomen after five seasons and three Atlantic 10 tournament and regular season championships.
The Minutewomen’s season came to an end after a late comeback attempt was thwarted by the Orange.
Carlino shines in the cage during UMass’ NCAA tournament win.
Izzie Delario scored the game winner for UMass, and the teams advances to the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Minutewomen are set ‘to make some noise’ in the NCAA tournament, which starts Wednesday at Gladchuck Field.
The Minutewomen got revenge from last year’s championship loss with a win over the Spiders Saturday.
A hat trick from Melanie Kreusch led the Minutewomen to a 5-2 comeback victory in Friday’s semifinals match in Philadelphia.
After losing in the championship last season, the Minutewomen will take on the Hawks in round one Friday.
UMass’s depth and St. Joseph’s high scorer means Friday’s semifinal has potential for a possible shootout.
The Minutewomen take a relaxed attitude into their matchup against UConn, and will use it as a tune-up game as an important conference date with Davidson awaits on the horizon.
Badger is one of many contributors to the Minutemen’s quick start in 2015, and is excited to return home this weekend as UMass plays in a tournament in New Jersey.
If UMass continues to win, the team still has hopes of making it to the NCAA tournament.
The Minutewomen defeated the Explorers 5-0 behind a strong offensive attack in the first half and good defense down the stretch.
Delario, a junior, had a career day producing two goals and an assist in a must-win Atlantic 10 matchup.
Still on the outside looking in, the Minutewomen need to go through the Explorers in order to keep their hopes of an A-10 playoff berth alive.
UMass field hockey’s senior day dampened by loss to BC.
The Minutewomen put an end to a three-game losing streak in convincing fashion with a 6-0 victory Friday afternoon at home.
After a run of recent offensive struggles, six different players scored for the Minutewomen in their 6-0 shutout Friday.
Playing on a different type of field presented numerous challenges for the Minutewomen Sunday.
The Minutewomen lost their third game in their last four matchups against the nationally-ranked Cardinals.