The Minutemen have won three of their last four games heading into the toughest part of their schedule.
Zach Oliveri shined in goal but the Minutemen’s season came to an end after a 9-8 loss to the CAA champion Tigers.
A costly turnover with less than two minutes in regulation led to the Blue Hens’ deciding goal in another failed UMass comeback attempt.
Despite struggles in net and on the faceoff in a 10-9 loss to Delaware, the Minutemen snuck into the CAA tournament with Hofstra’s loss to Fairfield.
The Minutemen knocked off Drexel 12-9 in their first game at Garber Field since last season, as coach Greg Cannella picked up a victory in his 300th career game at the helm.
The Minutemen returned to Garber Field for the first time this season and put themselves in better position to make the CAA tournament in their crucial conference win over Drexel Saturday.
Currently ranked fifth in the CAA, the Minutemen look to improve their chances of moving themselves into playoff position against the Dragons.
The Minutemen failed to reach 10 goals for the fourth straight game en route to their first loss to Hartford in school history.
The Minutemen were held to a season-low three goals against the No. 4 defense in the nation in Saturday’s 6-3 loss.
The Minutemen’s defense stepped up in the closing minutes to secure Saturday’s victory against the Pride.
The Minutemen rallied past the Nittany Lions behind a late 5-0 run to build their first winning streak of the season.
The UMass men’s lacrosse team needs a win on Friday against Delaware along with losses by both Hofstra and Saint Joseph’s to make the CAA Tournament.
UMass used a 10-1 second half advantage to race past Towson, 14-3, on Saturday afternoon to match its best start in program history.
In Colonial Athletic Association lacrosse action this week, Towson extended its winning streak to three with a 10-9 double overtime win over Hofstra.
Seniors Jamie Lincoln and Stephen Bentz combined for seven goals to lead the Hofstra men’s lacrosse team past Princeton, 11-9.