For three Minutemen, this week’s A-10 tournament could be their final time on a soccer field.
UMass tennis was bounced from the A-10 tournament in the first round by George Washington, but coach Judy Dixon is already looking forward to next year.
Bamford, who pointed to UMass’ upcoming recruiting class, said the Minutemen are moving forward with Kellogg as their coach in the wake of Micheletto, Dawley firings.
Following a long swimming and diving season the Minutemen and Minutewomen competed and found success in the Atlantic 10 tournament.
Minutemen coach Ken O’Brien expects them to finish in the middle of the pack in the A-10 championship, hoping for fourth place finish.
UMass’s depth and St. Joseph’s high scorer means Friday’s semifinal has potential for a possible shootout.
Ben Groleau adds speed and leadership to the UMass cross country team writes Tyler Movessian.
Riding the momentum of a five-game winning streak, UMass starts its Atlantic 10 schedule against La Salle after going 8-2 in non-conference play.
Kyllie Magill’s walk-off home run lifted the Massachusetts softball team to its
23rd conference title in school history.
Tiffany Meeks’ RBI single in the sixth inning led the Massachusetts softball team to a spot in Saturday’s Atlantic 10 tournament championship game.
The road to the A-10 Field Hockey Championship, which will take place one month from today, begins this Friday and features a full slate of games on the schedule. Conference-leading Lock Haven (9-4) will play in its first A-10 game in its history, hosting defending conference champion Richmond (4-7).
UMass earned its sixth straight A-10 championship with two victories over Fordham. The Minutewomen won Game 1, 3-0, and Game 2, 8-3.