The Minutemen, projected to finish eight, earned a second place spot in the Atlantic 10 championship.
Burke, who suffered a potentially season-ending knee injury, is a vital cog in the Minutewomen’s offense, and will miss time as UMass’ postseason hopes are on the line.
The Minutewomen scored twice in the second half to secure a tie, and a much-needed point, on the road Sunday afternoon.
Minutewomen look to find success on their upcoming road trip starting with Duquesne on Thursday.
The Minutewomen continued to find success at home with a 4-2 win over the Rams at Rudd Field.
Despite Trey Davis’ 26 points, it was contributions from the likes of Derrick Gordon, Maxie Esho and Demetrius Dyson which aided UMass in beating Duquesne.
The Minutemen used a barrage of late free throw shooting to outlast a pesky Duquesne team and win their sixth straight as an important week awaits.
The Minutemen have won five straight, but a slip up against Duquesne would be damaging for a UMass team suddenly in prime position within the Atlantic 10.
The Minutewomen will welcome winless St. Bonaventure to McGuirk Stadium on Friday before traveling to Duquesne on Sunday for their season finale.
Trey Davis scored UMass’ final 10 points on Wednesday, pulling the Minutemen past Duquesne 78-74 with a career-high with 20 points.
Fresh off a loss at Dayton, the Minutemen wrap up their road schedule with a final test at Duquesne on Wednesday.
The UMass women’s lacrosse team clinched the No. 1 seed in the Atlantic 10 Tournament with wins over Duquesne and St. Bonaventure this weekend.
Despite a late surge in the second half, the UMass women’s basketball team extended its losing skid to 11 games with a loss to Duquesne on Sunday.
In the midst of a 10-game losing streak, UMass faces Duquesne on Sunday at the Mullins Center.
Massachusetts women’s lacrosse heads into season hoping to claim its fifth-straight Atlantic 10 championship.
The UMass men’s basketball team used a 14-2 run down the stretch to turn a one possession game into a 15-point lead as the Minutemen beat Duquesne Thursday night at the Mullins Center.
UMass men’s soccer team was forced into the spoiler role after Sunday’s loss to Duquesne.
With its chances for a tournament berth quickly dwindling, the Massachusetts men’s soccer team is set to adopt a spoiler identity heading into this weekend’s road matches with Dayton and Xavier.
The Massachusetts men’s soccer team lost its final two home matches of the season against St. Bonaventure and Duquesne this weekend, effectively ending any chance of a postseason berth for the struggling squad.
La Salle kept its winning ways, while Duquesne and George Washington also grabbed wins over the weekend.