Kaycee Carbone, Kaitlyn Stavinoha lead UMass offense into first A-10 matchup of 2017 season.
UMass softball anxiously awaits start of conference play with doubleheader against BU looming Thursday.
Freshman Candace Denis is off to red-hot start entering conference play, boasting a lofty 1.75 ERA in 10 starts.
The Minutewomen ready themselves for St. Bonaventure amidst a five-game win streak.
UMass softball shows improvement in Mississippi, but continues to struggle in early season tournaments
The Minutewomen went 1-4 at Bulldog Slamboree over the weekend, and fell to 3-12 on the year.
Stavinoha looks to stay hot at the plate after last weekend’s grand slam, 7 RBI.
Stavinoha’s grand slam highlights losses against FIU, Baylor and Saint Francis.
From Florida to California, the Minutewomen look to stay healthy and prepare for the regular season.
There is no shortage of young talent for the Minutewomen this season as Stefanoni recruited seven new players who are expected to make an immediate impact.
With more than 50 games to get through, the Minutewomen have focused a lot of attention on conditioning for the long campaign in front of them.
The Minutewomen centered their attention on teamwork at Escape Room in Easthampton and a bowling alley during the preseason.
Minutewomen coach Kristi Stefanoni earned her 50th career win in Sunday’s 4-2 victory over the Colonials.
The duo combined for three home runs and six RBIs as the Minutewomen beat UConn 7-4 Tuesday afternoon.
After allowing two runs in the seventh inning to tie the game at four, the Minutewomen took game three of the series on a go-ahead single from Olivia Godin in the top of the ninth Sunday afternoon.
The Minutewomen hit home runs in the first inning of both games to defeat the Rams 7-2 and 3-0 earning their 11th and 12th wins of the season.
A slow offensive start plagued the Minutewomen in their 3-0 loss against the Hawks
Meg Colleran pitched eight innings of one-run softball in the Minutewomen’s 2-1 win over the Hawks in the first game of the doubleheader.
After walking off in extra innings in game one, the Minutemen struggled to keep pace with the Hawks in game two, falling 7-1.
In their first home appearance at Sortino Field this season, the Minutewomen walked away with 4-1 and 8-0 wins against the Patriots on Saturday.
The Minutewomen lost once on Friday before splitting a doubleheader on Saturday.
The Minutemen’s lone win of the tournament came Friday afternoon in a comeback win against the Terrapins.