The Minutewomen escaped with a 3-2 victory Friday, but coach Carla Tagliente was not pleased with UMass’ low-energy performance.
The Minutewomen will head to Saint Louis Friday for a conference matchup before traveling to Louisville on Sunday.
With the final nine games laced with conference matchups, Minutewomen forward Nicole Miller will look to provide the spark that the offense needs.
A Stanford goal in the 45th minute Sunday handed the Minutewomen their second straight loss.
Carlino, a senior, saved nine out of 10 shots sent her way in a 1-0 loss to No. 9 Stanford.
After playing 4 straight games in Amherst, the Minutewomen have seven days to regroup and strategize before their next game.
The Minutewomen won their third straight game in a conference matchup with the Hawks Friday afternoon.
Unlike last season, the Minutewomen entered this year’s A-10 schedule on the upswing and defeated Saint Joseph’s Friday.
Miller scored her first career hat trick in the Minutewomen’s 6-1 win over Dartmouth.
Photos from UMass sports from the weekend of Sept. 11 to Sept. 14, 2015.
The Minutewomen moved past .500 again with a Friday victory in its home opener over UMass Lowell.
The Minutewomen improved to 3-0 Friday in their third year facing the River Hawks in the Kennedy Cup.
The team has allowed 10 goals this season while only scoring seven, but hope that things will change against UMass Lowell and Dartmouth.
The Minutewomen still feel they have several areas to improve on, as coach Carla Tagliente said it’s been a “rollercoaster” year so far.
After scoring 10 goals in her freshman season, Kreusch looks to lead Minutewomen to the promised land in 2015.
The Minutewomen split their season-opening road trip 2-2 after Sunday’s loss to Orange.
Despite an overall ‘flat’ performance, the Minutewomen defeated Northeastern 2-1 on a Nicole Miller rebound goal.
The Minutewomen followed up a season-opening loss to UNH with a Sunday victory over Boston University in a 2-1 defensive battle.
For the first time in three years, the Minutewomen fell short of their goal of winning the Atlantic 10 title.
The Minutewomen defeated Lock Haven 2-0 in the semifinals, but a 1-0 loss against the Spiders prevented a third-consecutive conference title for UMass.