Ross Gienieczko writes that the Minutemen’s incoming freshmen should give fans cause for optimism in 2015-2016.
UMass basketball notebook: Minutemen begin season at brand-new John Francis Kennedy Champions Center
Holloway, Hines on path to play in 2015-16, Berger returns from injury and Wojewodzic is no longer with team.
Former UMass forward Frank Vatrano scored three goals, including a game-winner, in the Bruins all-rookie prospect tournament over the weekend
Today on Inside the Park, host Marc Jean-Louis examines the NCAA Tournament Bracket. Which teams got the best positions, which teams are lucky to be in the field at all and which teams got cheated from the tournament. Also, Massachusetts Daily Collegian editor-in-chief Nick Canelas joins the show to talk how the UMass men’s basketball team’s season came to an abrupt end.
Today on Inside the Park, Jesse and Marc discuss how Major League Soccer avoided their first work stoppage in league history. The Connecticut and Princeton women’s basketball teams are both on 29-game winning streaks. Which one will end first? Massachusetts Daily Collegian women’s basketball correspondent Arthur Hayden sits down to recap the UMass Minutewomen season. And scoring in men’s college hoops has been going down. Cause for concern?
The Minutemen say they have put the regular season behind them and are ready for a new beginning in the conference tournament starting Thursday.
The Minutewomen are confident their underclassmen will take the next step in 2016 but UMass must replace its leader in Kim Pierre-Louis.
UMass hockey’s season ended Sunday night with a 7-0 loss against the Irish.
The Minutemen will look to upset Notre Dame this weekend in South Bend.
Freshman Cierra Dillard’s play down the stretch squashes Rams’ second-half comeback attempt.
Kim Pierre-Louis has record day against URI as she continues to lead Minutewomen heading into the Atlantic 10 tournament.
The Minutemen will try to avenge a 4-3 loss against the Huskies.
Coming off their first win in four years against the River Hawks Saturday, the Minutemen ready for a home-and-home series against the in-state rivals this weekend.
According to coach Russ Yarworth, the senior displays exceptional work ethic in the pool and in the classroom.
Ashley Palmer and Becky Stoyle lead UMass women’s track and field while qualifying for the New England championships in the process.
Kendall Anthony’s season-high 28 points was enough for Richmond versus the Rams, while Saint Joseph’s DeAndre’ Bembry does just enough to help the Hawks against George Mason.
The Minutemen and Minutewomen made final preparations for the Atlantic 10 championship on Saturday.
The Minutemen have won four straight games and UMass coach Derek Kellogg said his team doesn’t have a ceiling in terms of potential.
Donte Clark’s 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists lifted the Minutemen to their fourth straight win in conference play.
Massachusetts Daily Collegian senior sports multimedia producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst John Andersen recap the Patriots Super Bowl over the Seahawks. Does the All-Star in sports really mean anything anymore? Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Anthony Chiusano joins the show to talk about the recent performance of the UMass hockey team and their upcoming games against Northeastern and No. 10 UMass Lowell, as well as the surge of Brandon Montour. And No. 2 Virginia lost their first game against No. 4 Duke this past weekend. How?