The Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team has a chance to get back to the CAA conference tournament after missing it last season.
Playing against the same team that ended their playoff hopes last year, the Minutemen hope to reverse their fortunes in this season’s finale matchup.
After tearing his ACL prior to last season, the Isenberg student has become one of the top offensive threats for the Minutemen in 2015.
Currently outside of a spot in the conference tournament, the Minutemen are faced with a near must-win situation.
Hannah Murphy scored four goals for the third game in a row to lift the Minutewomen.
The Minutemen will look to avoid a three-game losing streak Saturday in Connecticut.
According to UMass coach Greg Cannella, the group’s performance on defense, as well as in transition offense, will help dictate the Minutemen’s success.
The Minutewomen defense will have its hands full against the nation’s second leading goal-scorer Jessica Roach.
The Minutemen look to avenge a 6-3 loss last weekend to Towson in its next matchup with the Stags Saturday afternoon.
The Minutemen will have to convert on any opportunity they get facing the nation’s fourth-ranked defense on Saturday.
The Minutewomen have won 38 consecutive games and have no lost an Atlantic 10 game in four years.
The Minutewomen allow a nation-best 4.5 goals against per game with goalkeeper Rachel Vallarelli leading the charge.
The win broke the team’s five-game losing streak.
Sixteen different Minutemen registered a point in their victory over Quinnipiac Tuesday afternoon.
UMass enters its game against Albany in a complete opposition position from the last time the two teams squared off.
UMass lacrosse aims for its first win of the year.
The redshirt sophomore is third on the team in points with five, despite missing all of last season due to a preseason injury.
The Minutewomen moved to 3-0 behind a trio of hat tricks from Hannah Murphy, Katie Ott and Holly Turner.
The Minutemen fell to 0-3 for the season after the Crimson scored four goals in the final six minutes of regulation.
Despite only starting track and field as a junior in high school, Heather MacLean is already leaving her mark on the Massachusetts women’s track and field program.