Today on Inside the Park, Jesse and Marc discuss how Major League Soccer avoided their first work stoppage in league history. The Connecticut and Princeton women’s basketball teams are both on 29-game winning streaks. Which one will end first? Massachusetts Daily Collegian women’s basketball correspondent Arthur Hayden sits down to recap the UMass Minutewomen season. And scoring in men’s college hoops has been going down. Cause for concern?
The Minutemen say they have put the regular season behind them and are ready for a new beginning in the conference tournament starting Thursday.
The Minutewomen are confident their underclassmen will take the next step in 2016 but UMass must replace its leader in Kim Pierre-Louis.
Following an 87-65 loss to George Washington, Derek Kellogg said his team needs to look in the mirror as it prepares for the Atlantic 10 tournament.
The Minutemen trailed by as many as 28 points while the Colonials exploded for a lead behind hot 3-point shooting.
Both UMass and George Washington stumbled to end the season and haven’t lived up to preseason expectations.
The Minutemen endured a stretch of 11 minutes, 55 seconds without a field goal in a sloppy second-half stretch.
UMass announced plans Wednesday to retire a jersey in honor of former coach John Calipari.
A win over St. Bonaventure put UMass into the second round of the Atlantic 10 tournament
The Minutemen struggled to generate consistent offense in the second half, producing their lowest point total (53) of the season.
On Wednesday, March 4, the UMass men’s basketball team lost against Richmond 53-56 at the Mullins Center. Here are the Daily Collegian’s photos from the game. Photos by Cade Belisle, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Kristen Richard, Christina Yacono.
Anthony enters as Richmond’s leading scorer, 16.4 points per game, and is the sparkplug for a Spiders team on a four-game winning streak.
With the Boston Celtics in no-mans-land in the Eastern Conference, a playoff run is the best thing it can do.
Despite dropping their first two games against the Bonnies this season, the Minutewomen and coach Sharon Dawley are confident they’ll see a different result Wednesday.
Both Maxie Esho and Cady Lalanne will be honored before Wednesday’s game against Richmond on Senior Night, and the two have enjoyed every step of the journey together.
Freshman Cierra Dillard’s play down the stretch squashes Rams’ second-half comeback attempt.
Kim Pierre-Louis has record day against URI as she continues to lead Minutewomen heading into the Atlantic 10 tournament.
The Minutemen defeated Fordham 82-74 backed by a solid 20-point performance from Derrick Gordon.
The Minutemen went on a 13-0 run in the second half, forcing six steals without allowing a single Fordham shot.
The Minutemen, who are on a three-game losing streak, are hosting a Rams squad which has won three of its last four games.