Hannah Murphy breaks her single season record for draw controls as the Minutewomen cruised to victory.
The Minutemen received a complete game from Brandon Walsh, who recorded a career-high 12 strikeouts.
The four seniors on the Minutemen roster were honored for their commitment to UMass before Saturday’s game.
Minutewomen coach Kristi Stefanoni earned her 50th career win in Sunday’s 4-2 victory over the Colonials.
The Explorers score three runs in the final two innings to down the Minutemen in game two.
The Minutemen score eight unanswered in game one to best Explorers, but falter in game two after blowing a 3-2 lead in the eighth inning.
Hannah Burnett and Callie Santos step up offensively in the absence of Nicole Troost in the Minutewomen’s 18-10 win over Richmond.
After dropping their first three conference games, the Minutemen still have hopes of making the conference tournament but need a win against Hofstra Saturday in order to stay alive
The Minutemen continued to surge offensively, compiling 14 hits in Wednesday’s contest.
The Minutewomen are not taking Richmond or Virginia Commonwealth lightly despite poor records.
The duo combined for three home runs and six RBIs as the Minutewomen beat UConn 7-4 Tuesday afternoon.
The Minutemen offense exploded for nine runs Tuesday afternoon behind five runs batted in from Dylan Morris and three from John Jennings.
Mackintosh continues to be the most consistent pitcher on the UMass roster with five saves on the season, and relished in the role again in a way over UConn Tuesday.
The Minutewomen have seven players on their roster with at least 17 goals with three games remaining in the regular season.
Minutewomen race well in near perfect conditions
After allowing two runs in the seventh inning to tie the game at four, the Minutewomen took game three of the series on a go-ahead single from Olivia Godin in the top of the ninth Sunday afternoon.
With Nicole Troost missing the second consecutive game with a wrist injury, Hannah Burnett stepped up in her absence, finishing with four goals and an assist against the Explorers.
After being suspended for the first 15 games, the Minutemen first baseman and pitcher is slowly working his way back to the level of success he had during his freshman and sophomore seasons in Amherst.
An eight-run fourth inning put the Minutemen out of reach, as they went on to get swept by the Hawks this weekend.
Many former Minutemen returned to Earl Lorden Field as UMass paid tribute to the winningest team in program history.