Despite a disappointing season, the Minutewomen have a lot to look forward to in the future.
After leading for the majority of the game, the Minutewomen faltered late, lost their lead and failed to capitalize on chances to tie the game in a 53-50 loss to the Rams on Wednesday.
Minutewomen aim to end nine-game skid against Rams and take momentum into A-10 tournament.
Maggie Mulligan looks to secure 20th double-double in final regular season game for UMass women’s basketball
Mulligan has the chance to earn her 20th double-double of the season when the Minutewomen take on URI on Wednesday.
Minutewomen seniors Megan Burke and Alyx Stiff were honored prior to the game against La Salle Sunday afternoon.
Solid bench play and rebounding from the Explorers gave the Minutewomen their ninth-straight loss, 57-52.
A two-possession game with just over half of the fourth quarter remaining, the Minutewomen failed to record another field goal, falling to the Spiders 56-45 in Virginia.
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.
Two top rebounders in the Atlantic 10 and two of the top 11 scorers in the conference will go head-to-head on Saturday when the Minutewomen’s Maggie Mulligan and Fordham’s G’mrice Davis square off.
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.
After three close finishes, the Minutewomen will look to snap their four-game losing streak against the Billikens at Mullins Center.
The Billikens currently sit in second in the A-10 coming into their matchup with the Minutemen winners of their last three.
The Minutewomen dropped their second consecutive game after leading by double digits in the second half.
The Minutewomen look to bounce back after their double overtime loss against GW last Saturday at Mullins Center.
UMass women’s basketball blows 15 point fourth quarter lead, loses in double overtime to George Washington
The Minutewomen entered the final frame with a 15-point lead, but were held scoreless in the quarter before ultimately falling in double overtime.
The Minutewomen’s offense simply did not show up on Thursday as they put up their worst scoring performance since the third game of the season, scoring only 38 points.
The Minutewomen led the Dukes wire-to-wire and earned a big victory to even up their conference record at 3-3.
Hailey Leidel hits second buzzer beater of the season to give UMass women’s basketball win over Davidson
Leidel’s 3-pointer as time expired game the Minutewomen their first true road win of the season Thursday afternoon.
A difficult offensive day for the Minutewomen combined with 12 3-pointers for the Hawks resulted in UMass’ most disappointing loss of the season, losing by 31 points.
In a back and forth game, it was the Minutewomen defense who stepped up when they needed to in order to win the game.