After a thrilling end to regulation, overtime did not finish the way the Minutemen hoped, giving up a goal with 14 seconds remaining in the extra frame.
During halftime of Saturday’s game against Towson, the Minutemen honored the 1976 team, who was the first team in program history to reach the NCAA tournament.
Four unanswered goals in the fourth quarter pushed the Blue Hens past the Minutemen Saturday afternoon.
After a rocky first quarter, the Minutemen settled down and beat the Nittany Lions to earn back-to-back wins over ranked opponents.
The Minutemen couldn’t generate a successful attack against the Great Danes and goalkeeper Blaze Riorden, resulting in a season-low four goals.
A combination of poor Minutemen offense and strong Great Dane defense limited UMass to only four goals.
The Bears erupted for nine first half goals as the Minutemen dropped their third game of the season.
The Crimson scored three goals in the fourth quarter and Devin Dwyer had the game-winner just 10 seconds into overtime, as the Minutemen fell to 1-2 on the season.
With three senior defensemen, the Minutemen will look to its defense to lead them to pave the way in 2016.
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.
Zach Oliveri shined in goal but the Minutemen’s season came to an end after a 9-8 loss to the CAA champion Tigers.
The Minutemen failed to reach 10 goals for the fourth straight game en route to their first loss to Hartford in school history.
The sophomore has recorded 10 goals and three assists this year for the Minutemen.
The Minutemen’s defense stepped up in the closing minutes to secure Saturday’s victory against the Pride.
This year’s men’s lacrosse freshmen class has exceeded expectations for the Minutemen