The Minutemen compiled two hits in their 2-0 loss to the Rams at Earl Lorden Field.
Like Friday’s home opener, the Minutemen were no-hit through five innings Saturday and were held scoreless by Rams pitching.
After starting strong, Carter Knapek allows five runs to the Crimson in the third inning.
Minutemen are set to begin a tough stretch this weekend against the Black Bears
Strong starting pitching wasn’t enough as UMass baseball gets swept by Elon in season-opening series
Without arguably two of their best hitters, the Minutemen hit just .185 over the weekend scoring a combined four runs.
Coach Mike Stone turns to Justin Lasko for opening day start against the Phoenix.