UMass baseball fails to take advantage of limited opportunities with runners on base, falls to St. Joe’s
The Minutemen stranded runners on the corners in multiple innings, tally just seven hits in defeat.
The Minutewomen hit home runs in the first inning of both games to defeat the Rams 7-2 and 3-0 earning their 11th and 12th wins of the season.
The Eagles broke a 1-1 tie in the eighth inning to beat the Minutemen 2-1 in Chestnut Hill.
The Bonnies enter Friday’s game allowing a league-worst 14.7 goals against per game.
UMass baseball scores two late runs to pull out 6-5 win against Central Connecticut State in 10 innings Tuesday
The Minutemen capped their comeback with John Jennings’ game-winning single in extra innings.
With the 2016 season nearing its close, Bob Fahey, Kevin Porzelt, Kurt Hunziker and Kyle Karaska reflect on their friendship and time as Minutemen.
Minutemen catcher hits RBI single in the tenth inning to give UMass its first home win.
The Minutewomen earned three medals on the final day, and will now prepare for a quad-regatta next weekend in Boston.
UMass outfielder Dylan Morris refined his offensive approach, and it’s paying off.
The Minutemen haven’t found success stringing together wins in 2016, but hope that changes this week against Central Connecticut, Boston College.
A slow offensive start plagued the Minutewomen in their 3-0 loss against the Hawks
The Minutemen split the doubleheader on Friday, falling 7-3 Sunday in the rubber match of the three-game set.
After falling behind 3-1 early, the Minutewomen’s offense came alive in a 15-9 win over the Colonials Sunday afternoon.
During halftime of Saturday’s game against Towson, the Minutemen honored the 1976 team, who was the first team in program history to reach the NCAA tournament.
Meg Colleran pitched eight innings of one-run softball in the Minutewomen’s 2-1 win over the Hawks in the first game of the doubleheader.
After walking off in extra innings in game one, the Minutemen struggled to keep pace with the Hawks in game two, falling 7-1.
A late burst by the Minutewomen ended up being the difference maker in a back-and-forth game against the Patriots.
The Minutemen fell to the Tigers in last year’s CAA championship 9-8 on a behind-the-back shot from Justin Mabus with 1:50 remaining in regulation.