Video highlights from UMass’ early A-10 tournament exit to Dayton.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team fell in the first round of the Atlantic-10 Tournament Tuesday night at the Mullins Center.
Poor shooting proved to be the overwhelming reason behind the Massachusetts men’s basketball team first round Atlantic 10 playoff loss to Dayton on Tuesday night at the Mullins Center.
It’s all on the line on Tuesday night, as the Minutemen host Dayton to kick off the conference playoffs.
Even though UMass fell to Fordham, Coach Kellogg and Co. host Dayton in the first round of the A-10 tournament Tuesday night.
Following its second-straight win against Saint Joseph’s, the Minutemen look to make it three in a row against La Salle on Saturday.
On Wednesday, the Massachusetts women’s basketball team lost their sixth-straight conference game at the hands of Dayton.
Although its match against Dayton will be tough, the Minutewomen look forward to their schedule easing up as the postseason nears.
As the season starts to close, the Massachusetts women’s basketball team prepares to take on one of the top teams in the Atlantic 10 in Dayton.
After beginning the season with seven straight victories, the Massachusetts men’s basketball team has lost its last two games against Boston College and Maine. UMass’ next seven games will come during winter break, with the last three coming against conference opponents.
After losing two straight games, Dayton came back on Saturday night against Miami (Ohio) as senior Chris Wright netted a double-double for the Flyers. It wasn’t an easy victory for DU however as the lead changed four times against the RedHawks.
Following two wins over the past week, the Xavier women’s basketball team improved its record to 8-0 which is the best start in school history. Their latest two wins came against Southern California and Cincinnati.
Columnist Adam Miller goes inside the Atlantic 10 and reveals his predictions on what is going to happen in the division. The top of Miller’s table? Temple.
Prior to the opening of the men’s basketball schedule in the Atlantic 10, a number of preseason games took place last week. Dayton closed out its exhibition schedule with an 85-68 win over Findlay, as junior Josh Parker scored 15 points and dished a game-high four assists.
In their third-straight pairing in the Atlantic 10 final, Dayton and Charlotte competed into two periods of extra time. The game saw The Flyers achieve victory and earn the A-10 gold for the second consecutive year.
The Flyers are proving that last year was no fluke after winning the Atlantic 10 title. Dayton’s success can be attributed to forward Colleen Williams and goalkeeper Lisa Rodgers, two nationally-acclaimed athletes.
The Massachusetts men’s soccer team opens up its Atlantic 10 schedule when it faces Xavier and Dayton at Rudd Field. The Musketeers are currently riding a four-game unbeaten streak and are currently 10th in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Rankings.
The Massachusetts men’s soccer team finished its non-conference schedule with one win – and four ties. However, after gaining experience against tough opponents, the Minutemen hope to learn from their mistakes when they open against the A-10.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team will look to build off its 1-0 victory against Saint Louis this weekend when it faces Xavier and Dayton. However, UMass will have to contain the Flyers’ best scorer, Colleen Williams, if it hopes to come back from Ohio with two wins.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team that struggled to finish games earlier this fall is now a major factor in its latest success. Part of UMass’ resurgent has to do with freshman Emersyn Pullan replacing the injured Emily Cota in goal.