Brennon Dingle, Marquis Young each have impressive outings Friday.
With the spring game a week away, Andrew Ford and Andy Isabella work to get new receivers up to speed.
Former linebacker Jovan Santos-Knox participates in Pro Day at McGuirk Stadium.
Boland, who finished his career with the Minutemen last season, had appeared in 43 games during his career making 36 starts on the offensive line.
Sometimes actions really do speak louder than words, and Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime performance does just that.
Approximately 1,000 UMass students congregated after the Patriots’ historic Super Bowl win.
Tess Halpern discusses the Patriots’ ties to Donald Trump and what that means for a fan’s view of them.
Whipple, coaching staff unveil 2017 signees during ESPN3 live-stream presentation Wednesday afternoon.
Repeated concussions can have dire consequences for players’ physical and mental health.
The Minutemen will play their first game at Fenway Park in program history.
The best photos of October of 2016, including fall sports, hockey, Halloween and other campus events. Photos by Sam Anderson, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Aakanksha Gupta, Erica Lowenkron, Jong Man Kim, Katherine Mayo, Mayank Mishra, Caroline O’Connor, Jessica Picard, Christina Yacono and Alec Zabrecky.
The Minutemen look to finish final two games of 2016 on a positive note starting with Cougars.
The Minutemen look to continue momentum from last week’s win as Mark Whipple gets ready to take on an old friend.
Photos from the Hockey, Football, Field Hockey and Men’s Soccer games that took place the weekend of October 28, 2016. Photos by Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Jong Man Kim, Imogen Fairs, Katherine Mayo, Sam Anderson, Caroline O’Connor and Erica Lowenkron.
The hockey team faces its toughest test yet of the young season Tuesday against No. 6 Quinnipiac, football hosts Wagner in final home game of season Saturday.
The Minutemen are uncertain of which quarterback they will face in Saturday’s matchup with the Gamecocks.
Bilal Ally, Sekai Lindsay ready to go for UMass football if Marquis Young isn’t healthy for South Carolina
Marquis Young, who’s generated more than three-fourths of the Minutemen’s rushing attack this season, didn’t practice Tuesday after suffering an undisclosed injury against Louisiana Tech.
The Minutemen look to snap a three-game losing streak and turn around their season as they prepare for the Bulldogs at Gillette Stadium.
The 5-foot-9, 186-pound former running back leads the Minutemen in both receptions and touchdown catches this season.
Photos from Homecoming Weekend 2016 including Woodstock Stories with Michael Lang and Elliot Landy, Revolution Run 5K, Homecoming parade, Men’s soccer, football, ice hockey, field hockey and Fearing Street Festival. Photos by Chris O’Keefe, Katherine Mayo, Erica Lowenkron, Jessica Picard, Judith Gibson-Okunieff and Alex Tang