The twins have been doing things side-by-side since they’ve been born and now they’re ready to take the next step forward for the UMass women’s lacrosse team together.
The Minutemen have two senior workhorses atop the starting rotation in Andrew Grant and Connor LeBlanc, who were both recently named team captains.
Freshmen Holly Turner scores late winner in second win of season.
Minutewomen coach Kristi Stefanoni expects her team to contend for the Atlantic 10 Conference title and reach the regional round of the Women’s College World Series.
Robert McLam anxiously awaits his chance to lead UMass baseball’s offense again in his return from an ACL injury
After a long, painful road back to recovery, the redshirt senior will return to his position at second base in the Minutemen’s opener on March 3.
Ana Yrazusta and Carol Benito were ranked 10th in Northeast doubles teams by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association and are the Massachusetts tennis team’s top doubles pair.
Conor LeBlanc and Andrew Grant lead the pitching staff, while top 2013 hitter Rob McLam returns after missing all of 2014.
Despite only starting track and field as a junior in high school, Heather MacLean is already leaving her mark on the Massachusetts women’s track and field program.
Coming off a terrific freshman season, Mariano aims to lead the Minutemen to a bounce-back season and a return to the CAA playoffs.
UMass softball coach Kristi Stefanoni praised the improvements pitching coach Kaitlin Inglesby has made to the pitching staff.
Minutewomen Angela McMahon rebuilt the Huskies from the ground up during her first coaching stint and now looks to beat the team that provided her with so many opportunities.
Klee, who is a sophomore, served as a pitcher all of last season but enjoyed success as an outfielder and hitter in the Minutewomen’s opening weekend.
UMass tennis cruises through Army and Marist this weekend, winning 7-0 in both matches.
UMass fell behind 7-2 and couldn’t recover as it struggled to handle North Carolina’s impressive offensive attack.
With the departure of their two biggest offensive weapons, the Minutewomen had 11 different players score in their 18-4 win over the River Hawks in the first game of the season.
With the beginning of the 2015 season approaching, Coach Kristi Stefanoni has set a high standard of expectations.
The Minutemen will take on the fifth-ranked Tar Heels Saturday afternoon in Chapel Hill.
McMahon, who has won four straight Atlantic 10 titles as the head coach at UMass, will coach Italy this summer in the European Championships.
Army’s defense stifled the Minutemen attack, which only had 17 shots on net.
In a cold, snowy afternoon matchup at McGuirk Stadium, the Minutemen were overpowered by the Black Knights, 12-7.