The Minutemen and women competed in Boston this past weekend, seeing mixed performances from their qualifiers.
The Minutewomen are still undefeated at home but needed a thorough effort to hold off Saint Louis.
The NCAA switched to a new type of baseball prior to the 2015 season with the intention of increasing offensive production.
UMass held the Dragons to just 12 total shots in its win on Friday afternoon.
Despite a fourth quarter run, early missed opportunities prevented the Minutemen from earning their first win of 2015 Saturday.
The Minutewomen boast three performers and two relay teams while the men are represented by five athletes in the highly competitive fields.
The Minutewomen travel to Providence Friday, but return home to face Saint Louis for the first time since 2010.
UMass enters its game against Albany in a complete opposition position from the last time the two teams squared off.
The Minutemen begin with four-game series against Wildcats.
According to Stefanoni, the Minutewomen are in a better position than they were a season ago and are standing out at the plate.
The doubles team of Ana Yrazusta and Carol Benito led the charge yet again for the Minutewomen.
UMass women’s track and field finished fifth at last weekend’s New England Regional Championships, while the men finished 20th.
Katie Ott led the Minutewomen with three goals against the Crusaders to maintain their undefeated record.
The Minutemen could not recover after giving up five straight goals to begin the game.
Grant Whiteway finished with a hat trick in his season debut but early time of possession problems and faceoff issues leave the Minutemen winless.
Minutewomen prepare to take on Dartmouth and Fordham.
The Minutewomen have an opportunity to win their 11th consecutive regular season game.
Senior Quianna Diaz-Patterson continues to lead the Minutewomen, showing emerging power at the plate and more consistency in the field