A strong start lifted the Minutemen to a 12-8 home win over the Stags on Saturday.
Trailing 8-6 in the third quarter, the Minutemen scored five straight goals to pull away from Hawks and extend their winning streak to three.
The Minutemen outscored the River Hawks 4-0 in the fourth quarter to complete the comeback and earn their second straight win .
The Minutemen were outscored 7-1 in the second quarter, falling 17-8 to the Great Danes.
The Minutemen will look to improve upon last year’s 16-4 loss to the Great Danes when they travel to Albany on Wednesday in search of their first win of the season.
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.
The four seniors on the Minutemen roster were honored for their commitment to UMass before Saturday’s game.
After dropping their first three conference games, the Minutemen still have hopes of making the conference tournament but need a win against Hofstra Saturday in order to stay alive
The Minutemen fell to the Tigers in last year’s CAA championship 9-8 on a behind-the-back shot from Justin Mabus with 1:50 remaining in regulation.
After a rocky first quarter, the Minutemen settled down and beat the Nittany Lions to earn back-to-back wins over ranked opponents.
The Bears erupted for nine first half goals as the Minutemen dropped their third game of the season.
On the heels of a heartbreaking loss to Harvard, the Minutemen responded with a dominant effort over Hartford.
Devin Dwyer, Morgan Cheek and Joe Lang combined for eight goals and seven assists on the day.
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.
Head coach Greg Cannella, Defenseman Kyle Karaska and Attacker Buddy Carr talk about the Minutemen’s loss to Harvard.
While the Minutemen will enjoy this victory, they still have tough games remaining on the schedule including Harvard, North Carolina and Penn State.
The Minutemen offense exploded for 16 goals Saturday afternoon after Buddy Carr finished with four goals, while Gianni Bianchin and Peter Lindley each added three.