The Minutewomen host George Mason this weekend in their first conference home game of 2016.
The Minutewomen lost once on Friday before splitting a doubleheader on Saturday.
The Minutemen’s lone win of the tournament came Friday afternoon in a comeback win against the Terrapins.
After defeating Mercer in the opening game of the weekend, the Minutewomen dropped the last four games of the tournament.
The Minutewomen have seen positive early results from Stavinoha, an infielder, in her freshman season.
The Carbone sisters look to give the Minutewomen lineup a spark in 2016
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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.
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.
The Amherst native started in all 176 games of her four-year career and capped her Minutewomen tenure with a program and conference-best .504 batting average in 2015.
The Minutewomen finished eighth place to miss out on the A-10 tournament being hosted in Amherst.
The Minutewomen failed to earn a spot in the conference tournament after losing to Saint Louis 10-5 in Sunday’s season finale.
Meg Colleran suffered her 11th loss of the season despite tossing a complete game in the Minutewomen’s 4-2 defeat Thursday.
UMass comes from behind in the seventh inning to take first game, but was blown out in game two.
The Minutewomen once again struggled on the defensive side of the ball, tallying four errors, splitting the double-header against the Eagles.
The Minutewomen will take on their in-state rival in a nonconference matchup Tuesday afternoon.
The Minutewomen host Saint Louis for a three-game series this weekend looking to earn a spot in the A-10 tournament.
The Minutewomen’s lack of offense doomed them in a pair of conference losses.
The Minutewomen look to improve their position in the Atlantic 10 against the first-place Flyers and their conference-best pitching staff.