Redshirt freshman Danielle Kriscenski has emerged as a leader in her first season behind the net for the UMass women’s soccer team.
Senior Brittany Moore has been red-hot as of late, scoring all five goals in the UMass women’s soccer team’s previous two games
The UMass women’s women’s soccer is off to a slow start in Atlantic 10 play, which included a loss and a tie over the weekend.
Sarah Pandolfi scored in the 83rd minute to lift the UMass women’s soccer team to a 1-0 win over Bryant.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team’s 4-1 defeat to Dayton in the Atlantic 10 tournament cites youth, injuries and inconsistency as factors in derailing a growing team.
The UMass women’s soccer team signed off from Rudd Field in style on Senior Day, posting four goals in a dominant performance as well as fielding both goalkeepers.
The Minutewomen take on the 49ers and Colonials this weekend in an effort to get back into the Atlantic 10 tournament race.
After being swept out of Pennsylvania with just a single goal, no points, and a goalie change in tow, a competition now brews in net.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team jeopardized its chances at another conference tournament run with a pair of tough losses this weekend.
The UMass women’s soccer team has won all seven games in which its scored first, something that has become crucial for the Minutewomen this season.
The UMass women’s soccer team welcomes a hungry Rhode Island team to Rudd Field on Saturday.
Collegian UMass women’s soccer beat writers Jeffrey Okerman and Cameron McDonough discuss the Minutewomen’s upcoming game against URI and the season until now.
The Massachusetts women’s soccer team dropped its A-10 opener to Dayton on Friday before rebounding with a shutout win against Xavier on Sunday afternoon.
UMass women’s soccer co-beat writer Jeffrey Okerman previews Friday’s game against Dayton with head coach Ed Matz.
Strong goalkeeping and defense have the UMass women’s soccer team prepared for Atlantic 10 conference play.
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.