The Minutewomen close out the disappointing season with another road loss.
The Minutewomen fell to St. Joe’s 2-1 in their 2016 home finale after Thursday’s game was cut short in the 71st minute due to the weather.
Thursday’s game against the A-10’s No. 1 seed Hawks will be the Minutewomen’s final home game at Rudd Field.
Combination of offensive confidence and shutdown goalkeeping earn the Minutewomen their third win of the season.
Babin earned her fourth shutout of the season Thursday against Duquesne.
Redshirt junior Jackie Miller scored her first collegiate goal in the tie against the Rams Sunday.
The Minutewomen were recently named a recipient of the 2015-16 NSCAA academic award.
UMass football dropped its third consecutive game, while Minutemen hockey opened the Greg Carvel era with a weekend split against Colorado College.
Defensive breakdowns were costly for the Minutewomen in their loss to the Colonials.
A post game interview following the Minutewomen’s 2-1 loss to George Mason.
After the Minutewomen have dropped their last four games all on the road, they look to get back in the win column Thursday against George Mason.
Captain Megan Burke leads a well-respected senior class.
A recap of the month of September at UMass Amherst. Photos by Jessica Picard, Katherine Mayo, Sam Anderson, Erica Lowenkron, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Chris O’Keefe, Christina Yacono, and Grace Gulick.
Goalkeeper Cassidy Babin recorded six saves in the loss.
The Minutewomen will look to get their first conference point of the season Sunday afternoon against Richmond.
The Minutewomen look to put their past offensive struggles behind them as they open conference play Thursday night against La Salle.
The 11-day rest period included shoring up both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.
The Minutewomen went winless in Providence over the weekend in two games against the Friars and Brown.
CMU’s Alexis Pelafas leads Chippewas past UMass with two goals.
Minutewomen draw even in every statistic except the scoreboard.