Minutemen keep Great Danes in check until last minute corner kicks derail hopes of first victory.
Great Danes convert on last minute corner kick to best the Minutemen in competitive non-conference affair at Rudd Field Tuesday.
Although off to a slow start in 2016, the Great Danes will still provide a difficult challenge for a young Minutemen team still finding their identity.
Growth and improvement trumps winning in UMass’ home game against Albany
The Minutemen earned their first positive result of the season and stretched their home unbeaten streak to five games with a 1-1 draw against Saint Peter’s.
The Minutewomen begin their quest to win their eighth straight A-10 title against the Hawks.
The Minutewomen enter their conference schedule sitting at 7-1 and aim to continue their past domination against St. Joe’s and the rest of the A-10.
The Minutemen are ranked 19th in the country heading into conference play
The Minutewomen fought for a 21-15 advantage on ground balls led by the efforts of Hannah Murphy and Kate and Anne Farnham.
The Minutewomen avenged their 7-4 loss to the Great Danes from a year ago with a win Wednesday at Garber Field.
Draw controls and ground balls will be key in the UMass women’s lacrosse game against Albany Wednesday
Junior midfielder Hannah Murphy will look to continue her dominance in the draw circle against the Great Danes.
Despite entering the national polls for the first time this season, Minutemen coach Greg Cannella hopes his team doesn’t get too comfortable.
The Minutewomen’s only regular season loss last year came in a 7-4 defeat against the Great Danes.
After a rocky first quarter, the Minutemen settled down and beat the Nittany Lions to earn back-to-back wins over ranked opponents.
Holy Turner (three goals, four assists) and Nicole Troost (five goals, one assist) shine in the Minutewomen’s victory Friday afternoon against Michigan.
After the Minutemen fell to the Tar Heels 20-8 last season, they responded in 2016 with a 14-9 victory at home in Dan Dolan’s first career start.
A combination of poor Minutemen offense and strong Great Dane defense limited UMass to only four goals.
The Minutemen couldn’t generate a successful attack against the Great Danes and goalkeeper Blaze Riorden, resulting in a season-low four goals.
The Bears erupted for nine first half goals as the Minutemen dropped their third game of the season.
The Minutemen travel to West Point this Friday to take on the Black Knights after falling to them in 12-7 in the 2015 season opener.