The Big Green’s crowd played a factor in the 7-0 win against the Minutewomen.
UMass swimming and diving drop final dual meet of season at Fordham, look ahead to A-10 Championships
Divers Roush, Kindvall lead teams into February with conference championships three weeks away.
Minutewomen race well in near perfect conditions
The Minutewomen look to improve upon their success established in the fall.
With Atlantic 10s right around the corner, Minutemen coach Russ Yarworth will look to finalize the 17 scoring swimmers for the tournament.
Ben Groleau led the Minutemen to a 12th place finish Friday, while the Minutewomen finished 19th out of 38 teams.
The Minutewomen advanced to the final round of the Big Green Invitational, but was undone by injuries on its way to defeat.
Freshman rowers gained valuable experience at the Green Monster regatta in Dartmouth, New Hampshire.
Former UMass baseball players faced off against current members of the team in the annual alumni game.
Minutewomen prepare to take on Dartmouth and Fordham.
Despite steady progress being made, UMass men’s soccer was shut out yet again, this time at the hands of Dartmouth.
The Minutemen handed No. 8 Dartmouth its first home loss of the season to claim the Ledyard National Bank Classic on New Year’s Eve.
UNH beat Denver, 6-4, on Saturday night, while Boston College defeated Dartmouth, 6-3.
Having lost three of its last four games, the Massachusetts men’s soccer team looks to get back on track when it returns home Saturday against Dartmouth.
The UMass field hockey team came up short in their home opener after a duel with Dartmouth.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team will host Rhode Island on Saturday as UMass attempts to keep alive its winning streak, which sits at four games.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team won its sixth game of the year on Tuesday, beating Dartmouth, 1-0, in its last non-conference game of the season.
In its ninth game of the season, UMass fell to the Big Green, 2-1, despite holding a lead for the majority of the contest.
The Massachusetts tennis team will have a tough weekend ahead of it when it competes in the Big Green Invitational this weekend. Freshman Yuliana Motyl will get the start at the top, despite battling illness since she’s arrived at UMass.
In its final non-conference game, the Massachusetts field hockey team defeated Dartmouth, 5-4, in double overtime. Katie Kelly scored the game-winning goal after the Big Green erased a 3-1 deficit and seemed to match every UMass goal. The senior’s two-goal effort pushed her season total to a team-leading 10 goals.