The Minutemen will play their first game at Fenway Park in program history.
The Minutemen finished the 2016 season with a 2-10 record, and have now dropped to 10-50 since making the leap to FBS football five years ago.
Despite making a late comeback attempt, the Minutemen fell to the Rainbow Warriors 46-40, dropping them to 2-10 on the season.
The Minutemen failed to score in the second half in Provo, allow 37 points over final two quarters.
The Minutemen look to finish final two games of 2016 on a positive note starting with Cougars.
The Minutemen enjoyed their time off getting rest and watching football while coaching staff spent time visiting recruits across the country.
UMass coach tells his players to respect each other’s spaces regardless of beliefs after election.
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.
UMass football will need to be nearly flawless in its matchup with Troy this Saturday.
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.
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.
The Minutemen have lost five games in a row and will look to pick up their second win against FCS opponent Wagner at McGuirk Stadium on senior day.
From Bill O’Brien to Mark Whipple: UMass tight end Adam Breneman statistically having one of the best seasons in college football
Adam Breneman, who leads the nation with 44 receptions for tight ends, spoke highly of his former Penn State and current Houston Texans coach Bill O’Brien, as well as Minutemen coach Mark Whipple for his success as a modern tight end.
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple, quarterback Andrew Ford and tight end Adam Breneman all speak highly of the Seahawks and their Division-I caliber talent.
The Minutemen drop their fifth-straight game in a 34-28 loss to the Gamecocks.
The Minutemen are uncertain of which quarterback they will face in Saturday’s matchup with the Gamecocks.