Matt Gedman’s streak ended this weekend with an 0-for-4 game against Xavier.
After being bounced in the first round of the Beanpot, the Massachusetts baseball team will look to rebound and win its second consecutive Atlantic 10 series.
Senior third baseman Matt Gedman, who is currently on a 17-game hitting streak, has provided consistent offense for the Massachusetts baseball team this season.
After defeating Central Connecticut State on Tuesday, the Massachusetts baseball team could not keep the momentum rolling into the first round of the Beanpot tournament on Wednesday, as the Minutemen lost a 1-0 decision against Harvard.
The Minutemen will compete in the Beanpot Tournament with games at both Northeastern and Fenway Park.
UMass has been finding a way to rock the mound of conference opponents.
In four games, the Massachusetts baseball team was involved in four slugfests, as the Minutemen scored 51 runs over the weekend while allowing its opponents 40 of their own.
Over the course of their last few games, the Minutemen have lacked the offensive production to follow their strong pitching.
This weekend, the Massachusetts baseball team will begin a six-day stretch of games, starting with a three-game series against Temple.
Though the two sides remained close all game, the Minutemen were stifled when Siena nailed a grand slam to clinch a victory.
As they prepare to take on Boston College on Wednesday, the Minutemen are looking to keep their recent hitting success alive.
Leif Sorenson was one of many Vermont baseball players that had to find a new home, and he did in a Maroon and White jersey.
The Massachusetts baseball team earned a victory in its home opener on Friday before dropping the final two games of the weekend to Atlantic 10 opponent Dayton.
Senior Peter Copa had little trouble hitting in the recent three-game series for the Massachusetts baseball team. He has a .359 batting average, good for second on the team.
The Massachusetts baseball team hopes to replicate last year’s 2-1 series win over the Flyers starting Friday at Earl Lorden Field.
The Massachusetts baseball team accumulated eight hits and stranded eight runners on base in its 7-1 loss to Connecticut on the road Wednesday.
With a slew of rainouts across the UMass teams, the Minutemen of the baseball diamond prepare for tomorrow’s UConn game.
Although historically they are top players, Eric Fredette and Kyle Multner have struggled early on in the season in offensive production.
UMass beat Albany, 4-2, after a one-run loss to the Rams over the weekend.
Coming off a two-game losing streak, the Massachusetts baseball team nailed 15 runs in its shutout over Hartford.