Tuesday’s shutout loss to Merrimack represents another example of the hardships the UMass hockey team has fought through
The Minutemen were shutout for the third time this season, all coming on home ice.
Minutemen shutout for just the third time this season as suffocating defense from the Warriors keeps them off the score board.
UMass women’s basketball looks to overcome seven-game losing streak heading into last three conference games
Minutewomen coach Tory Verdi searches for “a sense of urgency” heading into home stretch of season.
Minutemen pick up their first win at Hagan Arena since 2010 as Donte Clark once again paces UMass offensively.
Huskies tally four first period goals and chase Minutemen goalie Ryan Wischow.
Minutemen struggle to keep game under control in Matthews Arena falling behind early.
Recent addition has been putting in the extra work to better understand the Minutemen system.
The Minutemen will have their hands full as they face the top two scoring offenses in Hockey East this weekend.
Boasting a primarily veteran lineup, URI’s experience trumped UMass’ youth.
The Minutemen turned the ball over 19 times and shot just 35.3 percent from the field as the Rams got their first win at Mullins Center for the first time since 2009.
In order to snap their four-game losing streak, the Minutemen will have to go through URI and its stellar big man Hassan Martin.
Minutemen, Evan Burton perform well in unscored meet at Yale University.
The Minutemen have had six days between games and look to get back on track heading into their game against Rhode Island Tuesday at Mullins Center.
Minutemen play a completely different second period, but still can’t make up lost ground against the Terriers.
Maggie Mulligan the sole bright spot as unforced errors sink UMass women’s basketball against Saint Louis
Maggie Mulligan’s 17th double-double couldn’t save the Minutewomen from turnover-heavy blowout.
The Minutemen, who are fresh off a five-goal performance against Northeastern on Tuesday, visit the Terriers and their top five-ranked defense at Agganis Arena.
Explorers swingman B.J. Johnson went for a double-double (28 points, 11 rebounds) as the Minutemen dropped to 2-8 in Atlantic 10 play.
Captain Steven Iacobellis scored two goals in the loss to the Huskies.
The Minutemen came out strong and netted five goals in a tough 6-5 loss to Hockey East foe Northeastern.
The last-place St. Louis Billikens stun the Minutemen 74-70 behind 21 points from Aaron Hines.