UMass Police Officer Brian Kellogg hosted an active shooter training to UMass students and employees Monday night in the ILC.
After dropping their first two games this season, the Minutewomen bounced back Labor Day weekend with a pair of wins against Columbia and UMass Lowell.
With the signing of pro-style quarterback Andrew Ford, the quarterback battle between him and Ross Comis has set itself up to be the most interesting competition heading into 2016.
Carlino shines in the cage during UMass’ NCAA tournament win.
The Falcons moved their win streak to five, while Central Michigan held off Ball State Saturday.
After allowing 62 points and 725 yard of total offense last weekend, UMass set on fixing its problems with execution.
The Minutemen have harped on improving their red zone efficiency, which ranks last in the Mid-American Conference.
Western Michigan takes down in-state rivals, Ball State freshman Riley Neal continues to impress.
Toledo topped Arkansas in a rematch of the 2014 GoDaddy Bowl while Kent State fell to Marshall in a double overtime thriller.
UMass’ leading receiver Tajae Sharpe faced significantly more defensive attention against Kent State, which could be a sign of things to come.
Buffalo, Ball State and Northern Illinois stayed undefeated in Mid-American Conference play with wins over the weekend.
Northern Illinois played spoiler for Kent State’s homecoming while Ball State traveled to Virginia to pull off the upset.
A difficult weekend for MAC conference squad’s ended at the hands of power-conference foes Baylor and Penn State.
Jasmine Watson scored 21 points en route to becoming the 18th player in Massachusetts women’s basketball history to amass 1,000 career points as the Minutewomen cruised to a 83-53 season-opening win over Kent State.
Kent State scored a game-winner in the final seconds while Northern Illinois won its fourth straight game over Central Michigan.