The Minutewomen and Explorers are tied for last in the Atlantic 10 with a conference record of 0-10.
UMass men’s and women’s track and field set to perform this weekend in preparation for the Atlantic 10 championships
The Minutewomen will travel to Kingston, Rhode Island to participate in the Coaches against Domestic Violence tribute meet, while the Minutemen will participate in the Giegengack Invitational.
Seth Berger finished with a career-high 15 points and added seven rebounds in his second start of the season.
UMass’s depth and St. Joseph’s high scorer means Friday’s semifinal has potential for a possible shootout.
Needing a win on senior day to earn a bid to the conference tournament, UMass fell 3-1 to Dayton Sunday.
The Minutemen, projected to finish eight, earned a second place spot in the Atlantic 10 championship.
The Minutewomen scored twice in the second half to secure a tie, and a much-needed point, on the road Sunday afternoon.
The Minutewomen defeated the Explorers 5-0 behind a strong offensive attack in the first half and good defense down the stretch.
Senior Will Ellis scored two penalty kicks, giving the Minutemen their third win in four games. They are now tied with Dayton atop the Atlantic-10 with 10 points.
The Minutemen welcome the Explorers to Rudd Field Thursday for a conference affair.
UMass field hockey’s senior day dampened by loss to BC.
Freshman Kevin Boino scored both goals for the Minutemen in a conference win over St. Bonaventure.
The Minutewomen look to build upon their three-game win streak this weekend in conference play.
NEW YORK –– The ending of Thursday’s game for the Massachusetts men’s basketball team was one it has grown too familiar with throughout the course of the season. UMass came out of the gates strong and made some runs in the second half. However, in the end, it just fell flat on its face and didn’t have enough left in the tank to pull away. Unless the Minutemen receive an invitation to the National Invitation Tournament, their season likely ended Thursday in a 76-69 loss to La Salle in the second round of the Atlantic 10 tournament at Barclay’s Center….
UMass coach Derek Kellogg said the team will likely “call it a year” if the Minutemen don’t receive an invitation to the NIT.
Here are the Daily Collegian’s best photos from the Atlantic 10 Tournament where UMass took on La Salle at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn New York.
UMass nearly erased a nine-point La Salle lead, but late heroics from Explorers guard Khalid Smith doomed the Minutemen.
Minutemen look to beat La Salle for third time this season in first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament on Thursday.
The freshman guard showed his offensive capability Sunday (23 points) after a stretch of inefficient shooting.
The 6-foot-5 sophomore has played 12 minutes in each of UMass’ last two games, which is a season high.