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.
Bilal Ally, Sekai Lindsay ready to go for UMass football if Marquis Young isn’t healthy for South Carolina
Marquis Young, who’s generated more than three-fourths of the Minutemen’s rushing attack this season, didn’t practice Tuesday after suffering an undisclosed injury against Louisiana Tech.
Andrew Ford ready to face challenge of playing in hostile environment when UMass football plays South Carolina this Saturday
Minutemen quarterback Andrew Ford will have his work cut out for him in his first career road start when UMass travels to Williams-Brice Stadium this weekend.
UMass fell to Louisiana Tech 58-26 Saturday afternoon. Mark Whipple, Andrew Ford, Steve Casali and Adam Breneman met with the media.
Minutemen let up two Bulldog touchdowns in 11 second span in second half en route to losing all three games at Gillette Stadium this season, writes @Kyle_DaLuz.
Bulldogs wide receiver Carlos Henderson finished with 12 receptions for 326 passing yards and five touchdowns passes to lead the La. Tech passing attack.
The Minutemen’s 56-28 loss against the Bulldogs Saturday at Gillette Stadium was one in the same for UMass.
The Minutemen look to snap a three-game losing streak and turn around their season as they prepare for the Bulldogs at Gillette Stadium.
The 5-foot-9, 186-pound former running back leads the Minutemen in both receptions and touchdown catches this season.
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple told reporters Tuesday that Huber suffered an ACL injury earlier this season.
UMass football dropped its third consecutive game, while Minutemen hockey opened the Greg Carvel era with a weekend split against Colorado College.