Men’s and women’s basketball set to begin season this Friday, while field hockey and men’s soccer look to continue season this week in postseason.
UMass men’s and women’s swimming and diving fall to Ivy schools in tri-match, show improvement in loss
Trent Kindvall placed first in two events for the Minutemen, as Maja Boric qualified for NCAA zone meet.
Minutewomen avenge losses to Hawks and Spiders to clinch spot in NCAA tournament.
The Minutemen were down just four points early in the third quarter, but could not keep momentum in their loss to the Trojans.
The Minutemen look to continue momentum from last week’s win as Mark Whipple gets ready to take on an old friend.
Goals by Ty Goncalves and Josh Jess gave the Minutemen a 2-0 win against the Rams Wednesday afternoon.
UMass football will need to be nearly flawless in its matchup with Troy this Saturday.
The Minutewomen look to defend its crown during A-10 tournament this weekend.
With just two games left this season, the Minutemen are ready to make the most of the opportunity before them.
Redshirt junior Heater MacLean’s 17:06 5K is the highlight of UMass trip to Virginia.
The Minutewomen close out the disappointing season with another road loss.
Connor O’Dwyer lifts the Minutemen over GW, into driver’s seat for A-10 tournament berth.
Photos from the Hockey, Football, Field Hockey and Men’s Soccer games that took place the weekend of October 28, 2016. Photos by Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Jong Man Kim, Imogen Fairs, Katherine Mayo, Sam Anderson, Caroline O’Connor and Erica Lowenkron.
A clean sheet for goalkeeper Jorge Becerra and an assist for midfielder Ty Goncalves led the Minutemen to a 1-0 over George Washington on Senior Day.
The Minutemen passing attack of Ford, Breneman, Isabella gouge Wagner defense in snapping five-game losing skid.
The Minutemen snap their five-game losing streak with strong all-around game, highlighted by first half shutout.
Despite playing their best game in a long time, the Minutemen still felt like there was still room for improvement in a game ‘they should have won.’
Despite scoring chance and the highest shot total of the season, the Minutemen fell 4-1 at home to the Wildcats.
UMass can’t put together a full 60-minute effort against rival Wildcats in Hockey East opener.
The Minutemen and Minutewomen will look to finish strong in their final race of the season.