The Minutewomen will be back in action starting in January
The Minutewomen finished their season strong with a 19th place finish at NCAA Northeast Regionals on Friday.
Ben Groleau led the Minutemen to a 12th place finish Friday, while the Minutewomen finished 19th out of 38 teams.
The Minutemen defeated the Eagles 28-17 Saturday behind a 330-yard rushing performance headed by Marquis Young and Jamal Wilson.
The Minutewomen’s season came to an end after a late comeback attempt was thwarted by the Orange.
Despite trailing for most of the game, UMass coach Derek Kellogg went with a lineup of three guards and two forwards to find the answers for the Minutemen.
In a battle between two talented goaltenders, Delia (29 saves) held the Minutemen at bay in UMass’ 4-2 loss.
The Minutemen battled back from a 2-0 deficit, but Merrimack goaltender Collin Delia made a sprawling save with 20 seconds left to propel the Warriors to a 4-2 win.
The Minutemen will take on Merrimack Friday night before traveling to Vermont Sunday for a matchup with the Catamounts.
The Eagles rank in the bottom 10 in a number of defensive categories that provides the Minutemen with an optimal opportunity to stop their five-game losing streak.
A Rams goal off a penalty kick in the 83rd minute Thursday ended the Minutemen’s season in their return to postseason play.
Check out these seven stories from the Collegian Sports Staff to get ready for the UMass men’s and women’s basketball seasons.
The Minutemen will make their return to the postseason after failing to qualify last year.
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 Minutemen are within striking distance of a berth to nationals, while the Minutewomen look to prove they are worthy of regional ranking.
Following a subpar season in 2014-15, and some key losses, the Minutemen look for a number of players to step up this year.
The Minutewomen are set ‘to make some noise’ in the NCAA tournament, which starts Wednesday at Gladchuck Field.
After rushing for 231 yards against the Eagles last year, UMass looks for a repeat performance against the MAC’s worst rush defense.
The Minutewomen advanced to the final round of the Big Green Invitational, but was undone by injuries on its way to defeat.