Minutewomen will not get ahead of themselves this year as they face Duquesne at 4 p.m.
Minutewomen head coach Judy Dixon knows conference title is up for the taking in the final regular season matches of her career.
Tough singles competition leads to loss against Red Storm.
The Big Green’s crowd played a factor in the 7-0 win against the Minutewomen.
Dixon, whose 25th season with the Minutewomen will be her last, doesn’t want an extensive farewell tour. Instead, she is focused on winning.
The Minutewomen bounced back Sunday after getting swept by the Eagles in singles play on Saturday.
Strong showing from veterans propels Minutewomen to victory.
Minutewomen fall 6-1 in hard fought match on the road resulting in first loss of season.
Anna Woosley and Janja Kovacevic went undefeated in singles action for the Minutewomen over the weekend.
UMass tennis was bounced from the A-10 tournament in the first round by George Washington, but coach Judy Dixon is already looking forward to next year.
The 7-0 victory was never in doubt for the Minutewomen, who have now won five consecutive matches.
Minutewomen look to pick up where they left off after two week layoff
The Minutewomen won four of six singles matches Saturday in New York.
Although Dixon doesn’t know definitely if this will be her final season coaching, the Minutewomen still remained focus on winning an Atlantic 10 championship.
Trailing St. Johns 3-1, the Minutewomen rallied for a dramatic 4-3 victory over the Red Storm Sunday morning in Amherst.
The Minutewomen advanced to the final round of the Big Green Invitational, but was undone by injuries on its way to defeat.
The Minutewomen will take part in the Big Green Invite alongside Dartmouth, Minnesota and Denver.
Led by Ana Yrazusta, the Minutewomen acquitted themselves well at their regional meet.
The Minutewomen look to make a run in the ITA Northeast Regional Tournament starting Thursday.
The Minutewomen will look to get in the win column when they take on the Friars Thursday afternoon