Minutewomen avenge losses to Hawks and Spiders to clinch spot in NCAA tournament.
The Minutewomen look to defend its crown during A-10 tournament this weekend.
Minutewomen recover from tough loss Friday with victory Sunday.
Melanie Kreusch’s two goals lift Minutewomen over Crimson.
The Minutewomen got revenge from last year’s championship loss with a win over the Spiders Saturday.
A hat trick from Melanie Kreusch led the Minutewomen to a 5-2 comeback victory in Friday’s semifinals match in Philadelphia.
UMass’s depth and St. Joseph’s high scorer means Friday’s semifinal has potential for a possible shootout.
Playing on a different type of field presented numerous challenges for the Minutewomen Sunday.
The Minutewomen will head to Saint Louis Friday for a conference matchup before traveling to Louisville on Sunday.
A Stanford goal in the 45th minute Sunday handed the Minutewomen their second straight loss.
After scoring 10 goals in her freshman season, Kreusch looks to lead Minutewomen to the promised land in 2015.
Despite an overall ‘flat’ performance, the Minutewomen defeated Northeastern 2-1 on a Nicole Miller rebound goal.
The Minutewomen followed up a season-opening loss to UNH with a Sunday victory over Boston University in a 2-1 defensive battle.
For the first time in three years, the Minutewomen fell short of their goal of winning the Atlantic 10 title.
The Minutewomen earn another crucial conference victory and are picking up momentum as the season nears the end.
Melanie Kreusch’s first career goal led the Minutewomen to a victory against Maine and propelled her to Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors.
In just her third collegiate game, freshman Melanie Kreusch came up big with a game-winning goal to seal the first win of the season for the No. 10 Massachusetts field hockey team against Maine on Friday. With the clock dwindling down to the final minute mark in overtime of the back-and-forth affair, freshman Sarah Hawkshaw drove down the sideline toward the opposing goal. She put in a cross into the crease where Kreusch made a diving effort to put the ball into the back of the net to clinch the 3-2 victory. “It was great, an unbelievable feeling,” Kreusch said…