Goalkeeper Rachel Vallarelli led the Minutewomen with a season-high 11 saves as UMass eliminated the Patriots in the conference semifinals to set up a title rematch with Richmond.
The Minutemen will look to avenge a loss to the Stags earlier this month in the first round of the conference tournament on Thursday.
Amy Tiernan scored a career-high seven points for the Minutewomen in their Senior Day route of the Colonials.
A costly turnover with less than two minutes in regulation led to the Blue Hens’ deciding goal in another failed UMass comeback attempt.
Despite struggles in net and on the faceoff in a 10-9 loss to Delaware, the Minutemen snuck into the CAA tournament with Hofstra’s loss to Fairfield.
Katie Ott and Erika Eipp combined for 12 points in the Minutewomen’s 14-3 win Friday over the Spiders.
The Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team has a chance to get back to the CAA conference tournament after missing it last season.
Playing against the same team that ended their playoff hopes last year, the Minutemen hope to reverse their fortunes in this season’s finale matchup.
The Minutewomen will host Richmond and George Mason this weekend in the final two games of the regular season.
After tearing his ACL prior to last season, the Isenberg student has become one of the top offensive threats for the Minutemen in 2015.
The Minutewomen survived a late-game Explorers run to clinch their 34th consecutive victory in conference play.
The Minutemen knocked off Drexel 12-9 in their first game at Garber Field since last season, as coach Greg Cannella picked up a victory in his 300th career game at the helm.
The Minutemen returned to Garber Field for the first time this season and put themselves in better position to make the CAA tournament in their crucial conference win over Drexel Saturday.
Currently ranked fifth in the CAA, the Minutemen look to improve their chances of moving themselves into playoff position against the Dragons.
Led by ECAC New England defensive and offensive players of the week, UMass looks to roll St. Joseph’s.
Currently outside of a spot in the conference tournament, the Minutemen are faced with a near must-win situation.
The Minutemen failed to reach 10 goals for the fourth straight game en route to their first loss to Hartford in school history.
UMass moved to 6-0 at McGuirk Stadium this year, and won their 10th straight game at home overall.
Hannah Murphy scored four goals for the third game in a row to lift the Minutewomen.