The AJHL Rookie of the Year joins a Minutemen club undergoing major roster turnover.
Bamford plans to have the next coach in place by the end of the month.
Minutemen’s season comes to an end after falling in 17th straight game.
Minutemen go 0-for-5 on the power play in being shut out by No. 10-ranked Friars, 3-0.
Minutemen bailed out in the first period by the play of Wischow as they can’t find their footing until the second frame against PC.
The younger members of the Minutemen will have a chance to grow with postseason experience.
In microcosm of their season, the Minutemen can’t capitalize in losing 15th consecutive contest.
Freshman goalie Ryan Wischow had a busy night saving 40 of 42 shots from the Friars.
Friar defenseman Jake Walman recorded two markers in second period to sink Minutemen.
Minutemen fall victim to more penalty problems and another slow start in 6-2 loss to Friars.
Minutemen will be going up against one of the best defensive teams in the nation this weekend in the Friars.
Minutemen surrender three power play goals in 5-2 defeat to River Hawks.
Two goals in final three minutes of the second period prove to be turning point for the Minutemen.
The Minutemen will need to be on top of their game defensively to slow down a potent River Hawks offenses.
Tuesday’s shutout loss to Merrimack represents another example of the hardships the UMass hockey team has fought through
The Minutemen were shutout for the third time this season, all coming on home ice.
Senior goalie Alex Wakaluk plays well in his first start of the season.
Huskies tally four first period goals and chase Minutemen goalie Ryan Wischow.
Minutemen struggle to keep game under control in Matthews Arena falling behind early.
Recent addition has been putting in the extra work to better understand the Minutemen system.
The Minutemen will have their hands full as they face the top two scoring offenses in Hockey East this weekend.