The Big Green’s crowd played a factor in the 7-0 win against the Minutewomen.
Minutemen show fight late in game, but it wasn’t enough as the Wildcats topped UMass.
Wildcat senior Jack Gibbs scored 32 points in the Minutemen’s 79-74 defeat at Mullins Center.
Two top rebounders in the Atlantic 10 and two of the top 11 scorers in the conference will go head-to-head on Saturday when the Minutewomen’s Maggie Mulligan and Fordham’s G’mrice Davis square off.
The Minutewomen look to bounce back after their double overtime loss against GW last Saturday at Mullins Center.
Hailey Leidel hits second buzzer beater of the season to give UMass women’s basketball win over Davidson
Leidel’s 3-pointer as time expired game the Minutewomen their first true road win of the season Thursday afternoon.
Kennesaw State coach Al Skinner returns home to Amherst, where he played in the 1970s.
Men’s and women’s basketball set to begin season this Friday, while field hockey and men’s soccer look to continue season this week in postseason.
With just two games left this season, the Minutemen are ready to make the most of the opportunity before them.
Redshirt junior Jackie Miller scored her first collegiate goal in the tie against the Rams Sunday.
The Minutewomen were recently named a recipient of the 2015-16 NSCAA academic award.
The Minutemen will be searching for their first conference win of the season when they take on the Bonnies on Wednesday.
The Minutewomen won their first of two weekend games, shutting out VCU Friday.
Unanswered goals lead URI over Davidson The Rhode Island men’s soccer team took down Davidson by a final of 2-1 Saturday in Kingston. At just 12:26 into the contest, the Wildcats (1-8) were able to grab an early 1-0 lead. On a slip pass into the box from Hunter Howard, Davidson’s leading scorer, Maxi Pragnell put his fourth goal of the season into the back of the net. The Wildcats’ first goal and lead of the year wasn’t safe for long though, as Niklas Middrup was able to head in a corner kick off the foot of Stavros Zarokostas just…
The Minutewomen extended their conference winning streak to 45 games and will play the winner of Saint Joseph’s and the Wildcats in the A-10 semifinal May 6.
After a heartbreaking extra-inning loss, the Minutemen responded and took game two of the doubleheader.
Minutemen struggle to adjust offensively as they fell to Holy Cross 6-3.
Seth Berger, Rashaan Holloway look to continue their recent surge as the Minutemen end their regular season with two games in the next three days.
Minutewomen look to extend their three-game win streak in matchup with Rams at Ryan Center.
Jabarie Hinds’ play will be the key to success for the Minutemen moving forward alongside both Donte Clark and Trey Davis.