The Minutewomen earned three medals on the final day, and will now prepare for a quad-regatta next weekend in Boston.
The 7-0 victory was never in doubt for the Minutewomen, who have now won five consecutive matches.
After appearing in all 36 games during his career with the Minutemen and starting every game the past two season, Angeh will be looked upon to make big stops if they want to succeed in 2016.
Minutewomen look to pick up where they left off after two week layoff
The Minutewomen will return to action in a pair of events next weekend.
Former Minutemen talked about the money aspect of football and whether or not college football players should be payed Thursday at UMass’ annual Pro Day.
On March 24, UMass Football held its Pro day for athletes entering this years NFL draft. The draft begins April 28.
UMass spring football notebook: Ross Comis excited for quarterback competition, Marquis Young looks to build off last season’s late season surge
Comis, who will enter his redshirt sophomore season in 2016, appeared in six games this past season and is a frontrunner to take over as quarterback for the Minutemen.
Minutewomen coach Judy Dixon was impressed with her team’s resilience throughout last week’s road trip to South Carolina.
Tajae Sharpe is set to be the focal point for UMass’ pro day Thursday, while the Minutemen also named a new offensive line, tight ends coach
The Minutewomen won four of six singles matches Saturday in New York.
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Although Dixon doesn’t know definitely if this will be her final season coaching, the Minutewomen still remained focus on winning an Atlantic 10 championship.
Trailing St. Johns 3-1, the Minutewomen rallied for a dramatic 4-3 victory over the Red Storm Sunday morning in Amherst.
The Minutemen suffered their largest loss of the season at UD Arena against a very deep and talented Flyers team.
The Minutemen finished their Florida roadtrip 0-2 this week after Rayjon Tucker lifted the Eagles on a late 3-point play.
Despite having almost an entirely different lineup from their 2013 NCAA tournament team, the Eagles still pose as a difficult road test for the Minutemen.
The senior finished 2015 with 111 receptions, 1,319 receiving yards and five touchdowns and is the first Minuteman in the FBS-era selected to an All-American team.
According to teammates and coaches, Groleau’s calm demeanor made him a natural fit for cross country.
The Minutemen look to make it back-to-back wins when it takes on Ole Miss at MassMutual Center as part of the Hall of Fame Holiday Showcase Saturday.