UMass’ leading goal scorer Moa Mattsson lifted the Minutewomen (5-5) to a 1-0 win over Siena Sunday afternoon at Rudd Field in its final non conference game of the season.
Coming off two shutout wins, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team boasts a new lineup heading into Brown Thursday.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team has had a hard time scoring goals this season, and will need production from more than Moa Mattsson to gain success this season.
Despite its youth, the Minutewomen have stayed competitive with tough opposition in 2012.
Despite an impressive 2011 season, Emily Cota lost out as starting goalkeeper to Stephanie Gordon.
After coming up short in the conference championship last season, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team looks to bring a dominant defense into 2012.
UMass women’s soccer head coach Ed Matz talks about senior goalkeeper Stephanie Gordon and the remainder of the regular season.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team was no match for Harvard in a 2-0 loss on Friday afternoon at Rudd Field.
The UMass women’s soccer team recorded its first win of the 2012 season thanks to two goals from Moa Mattsson and Jen Coppola’s first career score.
Goals from Kodi Lavrusky and Abby Dahlkemper propelled the sixth-ranked Bruins over UMass, despite a Moa Mattsson first-half equalizer.
It was a mixed weekend for the Massachusetts women’s soccer team with a stellar win and a heartbreaking loss.
So far, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team has enjoyed its most successful season in three years thanks to its strong offense and even stronger defense. The Minutewomen, who have won four of their last five, hope to carry their momentum into the postseason.
With two victories this weekend, the Minutewomen take one step closer to the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
Despite dropping a 3-2 overtime game to La Salle on Sunday, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team is showing continued signs of progression from last season.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team sits in 3rd place in the A-10 after seven games without a loss, but its season could change drastically at any point due to the parity the A-10 offers.
News Editor William A. Perkins III and Sports Editor Herb Scribner discuss the weekly dealings of both the front and back pages of the Daily Collegian.
After winning all three games of its homestand, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team will travel to Dartmouth to play the Big Green on Burnham Field on Tuesday night.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team won their third-straight game Thursday at Rudd Field thanks to senior Deanna Colarossi’s header in extra time.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team has not had much success on corner kicks this season, but it used one on Thursday to defeat Brown, 1-0, in extra time at Rudd Field.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team will host the Brown on Thursday at Rudd Field. The Minutewomen hope Emily Cota continues her strong play in net, as the junior has registered two straight shutouts.