The Minutewomen finished eighth place to miss out on the A-10 tournament being hosted in Amherst.
The Minutewomen and their second-ranked national defense will play the offensively-minded Dolphins Friday in State Park, Maryland.
After winning the first two games against the Spiders, the Minutemen dropped Sunday’s finale despite a five-run outburst in the final inning.
The Minutewomen failed to earn a spot in the conference tournament after losing to Saint Louis 10-5 in Sunday’s season finale.
The Minutewomen clinched an automatic bid in the 2015 NCAA tournament with their 8-4 victory over Richmond in Sunday’s A-10 title.
Goalkeeper Rachel Vallarelli led the Minutewomen with a season-high 11 saves as UMass eliminated the Patriots in the conference semifinals to set up a title rematch with Richmond.
After two weeks off, the Minutewomen return to the water looking for their first back-to-back A-10 titles since 2007.
Katie Ott and Erika Eipp combined for 12 points in the Minutewomen’s 14-3 win Friday over the Spiders.
The Minutewomen look to improve their position in the Atlantic 10 against the first-place Flyers and their conference-best pitching staff.
The Minutewomen enter the Atlantic 10 tournament as the No. 3 seed and boast a roster that coach Judy Dixon says is the best she’s ever had.
After splitting Saturday’s double header, the Minutemen got a solid outing from pitcher Brandon Walsh to win the rubber match.
The Minutewomen continued to find offensive depth as 13 different Minutewomen scored against the Wildcats.
Fordham scored all six runs in the second inning of UMass’ 6-0 defeat, continuing on ongoing downfall for the Minutewomen this season.
The Minutemen executed with runners in scoring position to take the weekend series against St. Bonaventure.
The Minutewomen were swept by the Rams after being shut out Sunday and dropping both games of Saturday’s doubleheader.
UMass dropped the third game of an Atlantic 10 showdown with GW to lose the series.
Hannah Murphy led the Minutewomen with four goals in an 18-8 win over the last-place Bonnies Saturday.
The Minutewomen split a doubleheader against George Washington on Friday before winning the rubber match on Saturday behind Caroline Raymond’s shutout.
Today on Inside the Park, host Marc Jean-Louis recaps the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight along with a preview of the Final Four. If you could pick your own young NBA starting lineup, who would be on it? Jesse Korzen of the Massachusetts Daily Collegian stops by to talk some UMass women’s lacrosse. And a reflection of the former NFL defensive back Darren Sharper in the wake of his charges for sexual assault and rape.
Hannah Murphy scored four goals in the Minutewomen’s blowout win over George Mason.