Angela McMahon and the Minutewomen are focusing on the little things in preparation for the Explorers.
Maggie Mulligan the sole bright spot as unforced errors sink UMass women’s basketball against Saint Louis
Maggie Mulligan’s 17th double-double couldn’t save the Minutewomen from turnover-heavy blowout.
Explorers swingman B.J. Johnson went for a double-double (28 points, 11 rebounds) as the Minutemen dropped to 2-8 in Atlantic 10 play.
The Minutewomen dropped their second consecutive game after leading by double digits in the second half.
The Minutewomen will look to get their first conference point of the season Sunday afternoon against Richmond.
The 11-day rest period included shoring up both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.
The Explorers score three runs in the final two innings to down the Minutemen in game two.
The Minutemen score eight unanswered in game one to best Explorers, but falter in game two after blowing a 3-2 lead in the eighth inning.
Davis scored 20 points in the first half while Hinds added 12 in the second to lead the Minutemen out of the bottom four of the Atlantic 10 standings.
The Minutewomen earned their sixth straight win, beating the Explorers for the second time in five days in the opening round of the A-10 tournament.
After losing the first 11 games of the Atlantic 10 schedule, the Minutewomen have ended the season winning five games in a row.
With the Minutewomen’s 66-57 loss against the Explorers, UMass drops to sole possession of last place in the Atlantic 10.
Seth Berger finished with a career-high 15 points and added seven rebounds in his second start of the season.
The Minutewomen defeated the Explorers 5-0 behind a strong offensive attack in the first half and good defense down the stretch.
Senior Will Ellis scored two penalty kicks, giving the Minutemen their third win in four games. They are now tied with Dayton atop the Atlantic-10 with 10 points.
UMass field hockey’s senior day dampened by loss to BC.
The Minutewomen look to build upon their three-game win streak this weekend in conference play.
Led by a game-high 19 points from Maxie Esho, the Minutemen used quickened tempo and a full team effort to down the Explorers 71-65 Wednesday night.
The UMass men’s basketball team looks to avenge its 0-2 showing against La Salle last season when it takes on the Explorers in Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
UMass women’s lacrosse has much to play for heading into the final weekend of the regular season.