For three Minutemen, this week’s A-10 tournament could be their final time on a soccer field.
The Minutemen get shut out for the first time in over a month against La Salle.
With just two games left this season, the Minutemen are ready to make the most of the opportunity before them.
Connor O’Dwyer lifts the Minutemen over GW, into driver’s seat for A-10 tournament berth.
Photos from the Hockey, Football, Field Hockey and Men’s Soccer games that took place the weekend of October 28, 2016. Photos by Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Jong Man Kim, Imogen Fairs, Katherine Mayo, Sam Anderson, Caroline O’Connor and Erica Lowenkron.
Josh Jess’ header gives UMass overtime victory over VCU.
The UMass men’s soccer team is lifted by the strong play by Josh Jess at both ends of the field in 1-0 victory of VCU
Jess makes the golden goal off of a header in the 100th minute to lift the Minutemen past the Rams.
UMass reaches record of 4-1-2 after away game in North Carolina.
Forward Kevin Boino powered the Minutemen to a victory over the Bonnies for the second straight year with a goal in the 69th minute.
After starting the season 0-5-1, the Minutemen are 3-1-1 in their last five games. Their win over Central Connecticut shows how much they’ve improved heading into Atlantic 10 games.
Unanswered goals lead URI over Davidson The Rhode Island men’s soccer team took down Davidson by a final of 2-1 Saturday in Kingston. At just 12:26 into the contest, the Wildcats (1-8) were able to grab an early 1-0 lead. On a slip pass into the box from Hunter Howard, Davidson’s leading scorer, Maxi Pragnell put his fourth goal of the season into the back of the net. The Wildcats’ first goal and lead of the year wasn’t safe for long though, as Niklas Middrup was able to head in a corner kick off the foot of Stavros Zarokostas just…
The Minutemen will be looking to avenge a 5-1 loss to the Blue Devils last year.
The Minutemen have two shutouts in their last four games, earning a 2-1-1 record over that span.
Keeping the pressure on Brown’s defense and off their own helped UMass win its first game of the season.
Although off to a slow start in 2016, the Great Danes will still provide a difficult challenge for a young Minutemen team still finding their identity.
Growth and improvement trumps winning in UMass’ home game against Albany
The Minutemen fell to the Terriers 2-1 in Boston as UMass falls to 0-3 on the road to start the season.
Following a solid performance down the stretch in 2015, the Minutemen believe they have what it takes be near the top of the A-10 this upcoming season.
A win for the Minutemen on senior day would secure a spot in the upcoming Atlantic 10 conference tournament.
Five seniors will be playing their last game as Minutemen at Rudd Field this Saturday against Fordham.