After allowing four goals in the first period, the Minutemen’s late second-half surge wasn’t enough to overcome the Crimson Saturday in Cambridge.
With two games under their belt, the Minutemen look to continue to get better with each week of practice and competition.
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After graduating three senior defensive captains last year, the Minutemen’s defense is relying on seniors D.J. Smith and Tyler Weeks to lead the unit.
Senior defenseman has traveled a long road back from injury, and is now ready to lead the Minutemen defense in his final season.
After scoring two goals in season opener, the Minutemen look for offensive rebound.
With the 2016 season nearing its close, Bob Fahey, Kevin Porzelt, Kurt Hunziker and Kyle Karaska reflect on their friendship and time as Minutemen.
The Minutemen fell to the Tigers in last year’s CAA championship 9-8 on a behind-the-back shot from Justin Mabus with 1:50 remaining in regulation.
Following a two-weak break, the No.19 Minutemen look to get over .500 for the first time this season.
After a rocky first quarter, the Minutemen settled down and beat the Nittany Lions to earn back-to-back wins over ranked opponents.
The Minutemen look to turn things around after a difficult loss to Brown when they take on the Great Danes.
The Bears erupted for nine first half goals as the Minutemen dropped their third game of the season.
The Minutemen will play their final game of a three-game home stretch on Tuesday.
The Minutemen travel to West Point this Friday to take on the Black Knights after falling to them in 12-7 in the 2015 season opener.
The Minutemen will look to avenge a loss to the Stags earlier this month in the first round of the conference tournament on Thursday.
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.
The sophomore has recorded 10 goals and three assists this year for the Minutemen.
The Minutemen have conceded less than 10 goals in each of their last three games, all victories.