The Minutemen will go on the road Saturday with the opportunity to extend their season with a victory over the Pride.
With two games under their belt, the Minutemen look to continue to get better with each week of practice and competition.
After graduating three senior defensive captains last year, the Minutemen’s defense is relying on seniors D.J. Smith and Tyler Weeks to lead the unit.
Senior defenseman has traveled a long road back from injury, and is now ready to lead the Minutemen defense in his final season.
The Minutemen lost 9-5 to the Tigers on Saturday and stayed winless in the Colonial Athletic Association with three games left.
The UMass offense failed to score in double digits in its last game and its next opponent will provide another tough challenge.
UMass men’s lacrosse looks to end its first three-game losing streak since 2008 when it hosts Penn State in its CAA opener on Saturday.
The Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team looks to go 5-0 when they host Albany today at Garber Field.
UMass’ junior midfielder and faceoff specialist Greg Rushing is expected to miss about a month with mononucleosis. The Minutemen have lost two-of-three games, dropping them to No. 16 in the nation.
In a two part podcast, Nick O’Malley talks basketball with Jay Asser and Herb Scriber and Lacrosse with Dave Brinch.
The No. 16 Minutemen scored a key non-conference victory with a convincing win over No. 12 Army.