Delario scored the game-winning goal for the Minutewomen with eight seconds left Friday to secure a 3-2 win over Davidson.
The Minutewomen were recently named a recipient of the 2015-16 NSCAA academic award.
The Minutemen will be searching for their first conference win of the season when they take on the Bonnies on Wednesday.
After the Minutewomen have dropped their last four games all on the road, they look to get back in the win column Thursday against George Mason.
Unanswered goals lead URI over Davidson The Rhode Island men’s soccer team took down Davidson by a final of 2-1 Saturday in Kingston. At just 12:26 into the contest, the Wildcats (1-8) were able to grab an early 1-0 lead. On a slip pass into the box from Hunter Howard, Davidson’s leading scorer, Maxi Pragnell put his fourth goal of the season into the back of the net. The Wildcats’ first goal and lead of the year wasn’t safe for long though, as Niklas Middrup was able to head in a corner kick off the foot of Stavros Zarokostas just…
The Minutemen will be looking to avenge a 5-1 loss to the Blue Devils last year.
The Minutemen have two shutouts in their last four games, earning a 2-1-1 record over that span.
The Minutewomen will look to get their first conference point of the season Sunday afternoon against Richmond.
The Minutemen were picked to finish 10th this season after finishing in a tie for fourth in 2015, with the defending conference champions coming to Rudd Field this Saturday.
The 11-day rest period included shoring up both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.
UMass cross country coach Ken O’Brien reflects on entering 50th season with the Minutemen.
The Minutewomen went winless in Providence over the weekend in two games against the Friars and Brown.
Following a solid performance down the stretch in 2015, the Minutemen believe they have what it takes be near the top of the A-10 this upcoming season.
After dropping their first two games this season, the Minutewomen bounced back Labor Day weekend with a pair of wins against Columbia and UMass Lowell.
Stone will conclude his coaching career upon conclusion of his 30th season in Amherst.
Tagliente left the Minutewomen after five seasons and three Atlantic 10 tournament and regular season championships.
The Minutemen finished the 2016 campaign nine games under .500, but closed out the year with a three-game sweep against A-10 rival Patriots.
For the second time in as many seasons, the Minutewomen fell to the top-seeded Maryland Terrapins in the NCAA tournament.
The Minutewomen defeated Cornell 7-6 Sunday afternoon, and will play No. 1 Maryland in the Elite Eight next Sunday.