The Minutewomen have not surrendered a goal since Sept. 6 in a 1-0 loss against Yale.
Another strong defensive performance led the Minutewomen to their third straight win Sunday.
Freshman Erin’s Doster’s first collegiate goal in the 17th minute led the Minutewomen past Brown.
A natural defender, Smith has helped out the Minutewomen’s offense that has been plagued by injury throughout the season.
Despite a slow start to the season for the Minutemen, their veteran defense has been one of the few strong points this season.
The depth of the Minutewomen is being tested with early injuries to key players Jackie Bruno, Danielle Kriscenski and Jenny Scro.
The Minutewomen’s offense will undergo serious changes with Jackie Bruno and Natalie Perussault out for the remainder of the season.
Minutewomen coach Ed Matz reflects on the loss of top offensive threat Jackie Bruno to Lyme disease.
With two waived off goals and many missed scoring opportunities Sunday, the Minutewomen fell to the Bulldogs in the Yale Classic.
The Minutewomen scored their first goal of the season en route to a 1-1 draw against the Blue Devils in their first match of the Yale Classic
The Minutewomen are still left searching for their first win of the season after a 1-0 loss to the Scarlet Knights Sunday afternoon.
The Minutewomen fell to George Washington after relenting two first half goals.
In her first match since Sep. 14, captain Jackie Bruno returned to competition in a big way on Friday after missing two matches with an injury for the Massachusetts women’s soccer team. The Minutewomen fell behind 1-0 to their first Atlantic 10 Conference opponent of the year, George Mason, in the 34th minute. But Bruno responded 15 minutes later, scoring her third goal of the year and providing UMass with the 1-1 equalizer. She received a pass from forward Megan Burke, split through two defenders and drove a long-range shot into the top right hand corner of the goal to…
After a nine-game stretch in which the Minutewomen lost a series of close games, focus begins to shift to conference play.
For the first 109 minutes of the Massachusetts women’s soccer team’s game against Cornell on Friday, not one goal was scored. As UMass’ offense continued to sputter in key moments, the Big Red’s Caroline Growney finally capitalized on the best chance of the game in double overtime to give Cornell the 1-0 win. Growney, who played more minutes than all but one of her teammates on the hot afternoon in Amherst, received a pass from Elizabeth Crowell on the run and sent a hard shot toward the Minutewomen’s goal which ricocheted into the net to end the game with just…
The UMass women’s soccer team’s season ended Friday in a loss to La Salle, but its spirits stayed high, just as it has all season long.
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.