A six-run fourth inning gives UMass victory over Northeastern at Fenway Park.
The Minutemen bested Northeastern in consolation game of the Beanpot at historic Fenway Park Wednesday.
Casey Aubin started his second game of the season, picking up his first win of the year.
The Minutemen lose their third straight and 11 of last 12, falling to SLU 8-1 Saturday afternoon.
The Minutemen salvaged just five hits against the River Hawks a day after exploding for 15 runs against CCSU.
After only scoring a single run all weekend versus VCU, UMass scored a season-high 15 to stop an eight-game losing streak.
The Minutemen compiled two hits in their 2-0 loss to the Rams at Earl Lorden Field.
Like Friday’s home opener, the Minutemen were no-hit through five innings Saturday and were held scoreless by Rams pitching.
Justin Lasko pitched seven strong innings before falling in the eighth.
Sean Thompson shuts down the UMass lineup en route to Minutemen’s sixth straight loss.
After starting strong, Carter Knapek allows five runs to the Crimson in the third inning.
Boston College put the Minutemen in an early hole and didn’t look back, as UMass fell 13-1 Wednesday afternoon at New England Baseball Complex.
Minutemen coach Mike Stone’s final home opener postponed due to rain.
Should the field conditions permit it, the Minutemen will finally play their home opener 15 games into the 2017 campaign.
UMass is 0-4 in games decided by one or two runs.
A tight 5-5 game is blown up by a Holy Cross 10-run eighth inning.
The Minutemen piled on runs against the Bison, but struggled to move runners across the plate versus Harvard.
Coach Mike Stone turns to Justin Lasko for opening day start against the Phoenix.
New England’s climate is perfect for skiing, sightseeing and pond hockey. Baseball? Not so much.
Although the season hasn’t started yet for the Minutemen, injuries to their pitching rotation will be an early season obstacle they must work around.