The Minutewomen opened the game scoring nine unanswered goals as they cruised to a 15-6 win against the Huskies.
An aggressive goal tender and Astroturf await Massachusetts at the Sherman Family Sports Complex in Connecticut.
After transferring to UMass before her sophomore season, Eipp has been the offensive leader of the Minutewomen and is on the verge of breaking program records.
The Minutemen couldn’t generate a successful attack against the Great Danes and goalkeeper Blaze Riorden, resulting in a season-low four goals.
The Minutewomen and Eagles each took turns going on runs before BC gave UMass its first loss of the season Wednesday afternoon.
Both Aileen Kelly and Sam Walters are off to great starts for the Minutewomen as the hit the road vs. BC and its No. 5 scoring defense in the country.
Nicole Troost, Erika Eipp and Bella O’Connor shine as UMass’ offense piles up the shots and goals in win.
The Minutewomen scored seven goals in the first half’s final 20 minutes after they were tied 2-2 with Yale.
Early offensive barrage powers the Minutewomen past the Terriers.
The Minutewomen have scored 16 goals in both of the first two games this season.
The Minutewomen defense held the Wildcats to 12 total shots and won 17-of-22 ball controls in their 16-4 win Saturday afternoon.
The Minutewomen played excellent team defense and held the Wildcats to just one goal in the second half.
Spring into the new sports season with the Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s 2016 Spring Sports Special Issue.
The Minutewomen prepare for another promising year with four new additions from Boston College, Cincinnati and Florida.
UMass women’s lacrosse team loaded with talented, experienced players looks to continue success in 2016
The Minutewomen return two top scorers from last season and three starters to its talented defensive core for 2016 season.
The Minutewomen look to continue their dominance in the Atlantic 10 during 2016 season, as they are currently riding a 48-game winning streak in conference play.
Seven different players scored for the Minutewomen as their offense picked up right where they left off to start the 2016 season.
UMass women’s lacrosse begins season with high expectations, seeking eighth straight A-10 championship
The Minutewomen open their season this Friday night at 6:30 p.m. at Garber Field against Holy Cross.
The Minutewomen’s season came to an end Sunday after losing 19-8 to the reigning champion Terrapins and their high-power offense.
The Minutewomen earned their first NCAA tournament win since 2013 and clinched a spot in the second round against reigning champion Maryland.