After a rocky first quarter, the Minutemen settled down and beat the Nittany Lions to earn back-to-back wins over ranked opponents.
An aggressive goal tender and Astroturf await Massachusetts at the Sherman Family Sports Complex in Connecticut.
After transferring to UMass before her sophomore season, Eipp has been the offensive leader of the Minutewomen and is on the verge of breaking program records.
A combination of poor Minutemen offense and strong Great Dane defense limited UMass to only four goals.
The Minutemen couldn’t generate a successful attack against the Great Danes and goalkeeper Blaze Riorden, resulting in a season-low four goals.
The Minutemen look to turn things around after a difficult loss to Brown when they take on the Great Danes.
On the heels of a heartbreaking loss to Harvard, the Minutemen responded with a dominant effort over Hartford.
Both Aileen Kelly and Sam Walters are off to great starts for the Minutewomen as the hit the road vs. BC and its No. 5 scoring defense in the country.
Following their toughest loss of the season so far, the Minutemen took out their frustrations on Hartford Tuesday.
The Minutemen will play their final game of a three-game home stretch on Tuesday.
The Crimson scored three goals in the fourth quarter and Devin Dwyer had the game-winner just 10 seconds into overtime, as the Minutemen fell to 1-2 on the season.
Head coach Greg Cannella, Defenseman Kyle Karaska and Attacker Buddy Carr talk about the Minutemen’s loss to Harvard.
The Minutewomen have scored 16 goals in both of the first two games this season.
A late bloomer, senior close defenseman Kyle Karaska has developed into one of the Minutemen and conference’s top players.
The Minutemen offense exploded for 16 goals Saturday afternoon after Buddy Carr finished with four goals, while Gianni Bianchin and Peter Lindley each added three.
The Minutewomen’s season came to an end Sunday after losing 19-8 to the reigning champion Terrapins and their high-power offense.
The Minutewomen earned their first NCAA tournament win since 2013 and clinched a spot in the second round against reigning champion Maryland.
The Minutewomen and their second-ranked national defense will play the offensively-minded Dolphins Friday in State Park, Maryland.
The Minutewomen clinched an automatic bid in the 2015 NCAA tournament with their 8-4 victory over Richmond in Sunday’s A-10 title.
Zach Oliveri shined in goal but the Minutemen’s season came to an end after a 9-8 loss to the CAA champion Tigers.