For the second time in as many seasons, the Minutewomen fell to the top-seeded Maryland Terrapins in the NCAA tournament.
The Minutewomen defeated Cornell 7-6 Sunday afternoon, and will play No. 1 Maryland in the Elite Eight next Sunday.
Eileen McDonald scored the game-winner with two minutes, 23 seconds remaining in overtime, after Princeton tied the game in the final second of regulation.
The Minutewomen will look to win their eighth straight A-10 title Sunday against Richmond.
The Minutewomen extended their conference winning streak to 45 games and will play the winner of Saint Joseph’s and the Wildcats in the A-10 semifinal May 6.
Hannah Burnett and Callie Santos step up offensively in the absence of Nicole Troost in the Minutewomen’s 18-10 win over Richmond.
The Minutewomen are not taking Richmond or Virginia Commonwealth lightly despite poor records.
The Minutewomen have seven players on their roster with at least 17 goals with three games remaining in the regular season.
With Nicole Troost missing the second consecutive game with a wrist injury, Hannah Burnett stepped up in her absence, finishing with four goals and an assist against the Explorers.
The Bonnies enter Friday’s game allowing a league-worst 14.7 goals against per game.
A late burst by the Minutewomen ended up being the difference maker in a back-and-forth game against the Patriots.
With their latest victory, the Minutewomen tied an NCAA record with their 38th consecutive conference win.
The Minutewomen’s defense held strong with 24 forced turnovers, while Erika Eipp and Nicole Troost led the way on offense with 5 points apiece.
The Minutewomen avenged their 7-4 loss to the Great Danes from a year ago with a win Wednesday at Garber Field.
The Minutewomen’s only regular season loss last year came in a 7-4 defeat against the Great Danes.
From the Pioneer Valley, to March Madness, to National Basketball Association regular season greatness, to children in Major League Baseball clubhouses, it was a wild week for sports fans locally and nationwide.
The Minutewomen opened the game scoring nine unanswered goals as they cruised to a 15-6 win against the Huskies.
After transferring to UMass before her sophomore season, Eipp has been the offensive leader of the Minutewomen and is on the verge of breaking program records.
Nicole Troost, Erika Eipp and Bella O’Connor shine as UMass’ offense piles up the shots and goals in win.
The Minutewomen scored seven goals in the first half’s final 20 minutes after they were tied 2-2 with Yale.