The Minutemen accumulated only 122 yards of total offense Saturday afternoon against rival Boston College.
Coach O’Leary has used a positive attitude to attract players to join the Minutemen and the results have shown in his team’s play.
Andrew Ford gets ready to play for his third college football team in as many years after his transfer to UMass this past summer.
After scoring just 14 goals in 19 games last season, the Minutemen are hoping a combination of experience from upperclassmen and youth from some new additions can create a stronger offensive attack this season.
Following a solid performance down the stretch in 2015, the Minutemen believe they have what it takes be near the top of the A-10 this upcoming season.
After dropping their first two games this season, the Minutewomen bounced back Labor Day weekend with a pair of wins against Columbia and UMass Lowell.
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Whipple praised the play of both Andy Isabella and Ross Comis in Saturday’s game against the Gators.
The Minutemen earned their first positive result of the season and stretched their home unbeaten streak to five games with a 1-1 draw against Saint Peter’s.
Despite taking 13 shots in the first half, the Minutemen tied St. Peter’s 1-1 in their first game at Rudd Field in 2016.
The Minutemen hang tough against No. 25 Florida before fading late in Gainesville, 24-7.
The Minutemen are heavy underdogs as they prepare for their season-opener with Gators.
For the second consecutive game, the Minutemen failed to find the back of the net.
The Minutemen surrendered all three of the Orange’s goals in the second half after a 0-0 first half.
After losing eight starters to graduation, the Minutemen’s defense has a much different look filled with underclassmen and junior-college transfers heading into the season.
In their first season as an independent, the Minutemen attempt to knock off the rust and gauge competition levels of new and returning players as the football season commences.
Tagliente left the Minutewomen after five seasons and three Atlantic 10 tournament and regular season championships.
Shape was selected in the fifth round (140th overall) by the Tennessee Titans Saturday afternoon.
UMass tennis was bounced from the A-10 tournament in the first round by George Washington, but coach Judy Dixon is already looking forward to next year.
Minutewomen race well in near perfect conditions
After making the full-time switch from linebacker to fullback during spring practice, Robinson-Woodgett led all Minutemen with 13 carries and 66 yards on the day.