After allowing four goals in the first period, the Minutemen’s late second-half surge wasn’t enough to overcome the Crimson Saturday in Cambridge.
Redshirt sophomore Kiley Anderson scored four goals in the loss to the Orange.
Dixon, whose 25th season with the Minutewomen will be her last, doesn’t want an extensive farewell tour. Instead, she is focused on winning.
New England’s climate is perfect for skiing, sightseeing and pond hockey. Baseball? Not so much.
From Florida to California, the Minutewomen look to stay healthy and prepare for the regular season.
Murphy, a two-time Atlantic 10 Midfielder of the Year, looks to improve upon her illustrious career with the Minutewomen during her final season in Amherst.
Although the season hasn’t started yet for the Minutemen, injuries to their pitching rotation will be an early season obstacle they must work around.
UMass women’s lacrosse senior defenders accept leadership roles in quest for ninth consecutive Atlantic 10 Championship
The Minutewomen defensive unit takes on new leadership behind the duo of Taylor Fischer and Allison Ryan.
Former All-American Kelsey McGovern returns to UMass women’s lacrosse as an assistant coach.
With two games under their belt, the Minutemen look to continue to get better with each week of practice and competition.
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After graduating three senior defensive captains last year, the Minutemen’s defense is relying on seniors D.J. Smith and Tyler Weeks to lead the unit.
There is no shortage of young talent for the Minutewomen this season as Stefanoni recruited seven new players who are expected to make an immediate impact.
Behind Mike Hart’s stats are years of being the ‘hardest working guy in the room.’
Senior defenseman has traveled a long road back from injury, and is now ready to lead the Minutemen defense in his final season.
With more than 50 games to get through, the Minutewomen have focused a lot of attention on conditioning for the long campaign in front of them.
The Minutemen led 7-6 in the fourth quarter, but two goals in a 13-second span for the Buckeyes was the difference in defeat.
After trailing by five goals early on, the Minutewomen rallied back for their first win of the season Sunday afternoon against Jacksonville.
The Minutewomen faceoff against Colorado and Jacksonville in weekend set.
After scoring two goals in season opener, the Minutemen look for offensive rebound.