Nicole Troost, Erika Eipp and Bella O’Connor shine as UMass’ offense piles up the shots and goals in win.
The Minutewomen scored seven goals in the first half’s final 20 minutes after they were tied 2-2 with Yale.
Early offensive barrage powers the Minutewomen past the Terriers.
The Minutewomen have scored 16 goals in both of the first two games this season.
The Carbone sisters look to give the Minutewomen lineup a spark in 2016
A late bloomer, senior close defenseman Kyle Karaska has developed into one of the Minutemen and conference’s top players.
UMass baseball faces weather-induced challenges to open its 2016 season.
The Minutewomen defense held the Wildcats to 12 total shots and won 17-of-22 ball controls in their 16-4 win Saturday afternoon.
The Minutewomen played excellent team defense and held the Wildcats to just one goal in the second half.
While the Minutemen will enjoy this victory, they still have tough games remaining on the schedule including Harvard, North Carolina and Penn State.
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.
Spring into the new sports season with the Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s 2016 Spring Sports Special Issue.
The Minutewomen are looking for one of their top pitchers to establish themselves as a No. 1 starter early in the season with the departure of Caroline Raymond.
Familiar faces will fill the roles left open in the outfield after the graduation of both Kyle Adie and Adam Picard.
Jennings, one of the Minutemen’s new captains, sat out 25 games in 2015 after being sidelined with a torn hamstring.
With three senior defensemen, the Minutemen will look to its defense to lead them to pave the way in 2016.
The Minutewomen will play a total of five tournament before Atlantic 10 play starts at the end of March.
Seniors Taylor Carbone and Lindsey Zenk and rookie Kaitlyn Stavinoha each showed promise over the Minutewomen’s opening weekend.
UMass baseball ready to improve on .500 finish in A-10 play with balance of returning veterans and young talent
The Minutemen were selected to finish 11th in the preseason A-10 polls after missing out on the conference tournament in 2015.
The Minutewomen prepare for another promising year with four new additions from Boston College, Cincinnati and Florida.