The Springfield native appeared in all 33 games as a reserve for the Terrapins last season, and is eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer.
The Minutemen take two games from LaSalle over the weekend to move into a tie with St. Louis for the last position in the A-10 tournament.
The Minutemen could not overcome seven-unanswered Pride goals during the first half in a 15-8 loss.
Brennon Dingle, Marquis Young each have impressive outings Friday.
The Minutemen will go on the road Saturday with the opportunity to extend their season with a victory over the Pride.
Smith is averaging a career-high 10.73 saves per game, but may need more to upset the high-powered Pride offense.
The highly touted duo from Louisiana become the latest to leave the Minutemen after former head coach Derek Kellogg was fired last month.
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.
With the spring game a week away, Andrew Ford and Andy Isabella work to get new receivers up to speed.
The 6-foot-8 graduate senior is transferring to Oregon State after averaging 2.6 points and 2.3 rebounds per game last season.
An 11-1 blowout capped off a tough weekend for the Minutemen as they get outscored 21-1 for the weekend.
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.
Sean Thompson shuts down the UMass lineup en route to Minutemen’s sixth straight loss.
The sophomore defenseman accumulated 15 points in 63 career games at UMass.
Although it was initially reported that Clark would transfer if he returns to college basketball, he hasn’t ruled out returning to the Minutemen.