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.
UMass can’t put together a full 60-minute effort against rival Wildcats in Hockey East opener.
Minutemen goalie Nic Renyard stops 43 of 46 shots, but can’t keep game winning goal out of the net.
Author Rick Steves spoke in favor of legalizing marijuana.
The Minutemen allowed four goals in the first period of Saturday’s loss.
The Minutemen shutout Colorado College 3-0 triumph in their season opener.
A first look at the packed schedule of events and concerts on the table this season
Those in line waited up to five hours to purchase their tickets to see Fetty Wap, Logic and Tinashe next month.
Fetty Wap, Logic and Tinashe are scheduled to perform at the University of Massachusetts’ Spring Concert to be held April 17.
After John Micheletto was fired following the Minutemen’s season, UMass is looking for a fresh start to put its program back in the national conversation.
After both hockey coach John Micheletto and women’s basketball coach Sharon Dawley were fired Sunday morning, Bamford proved that he isn’t willing to accept mediocrity for UMass athletics.
Students cite the free cost and performers as their reasons for attending.
Davis scored 20 points in the first half while Hinds added 12 in the second to lead the Minutemen out of the bottom four of the Atlantic 10 standings.
Seth Berger, Rashaan Holloway look to continue their recent surge as the Minutemen end their regular season with two games in the next three days.
Derulo will join Migos and Capital Cities Saturday in a free concert for University of Massachusetts students at the Mullins Center.
The Minutemen ended their season with a 6-0 loss at Providence College Saturday night, claiming the last seed in the upcoming Hockey East tournament.
In her final home game for UMass women’s basketball, senior forward Rashida Timbilla finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds in a 80-57 win for the Minutewomen.
After losing the first 11 games of the Atlantic 10 schedule, the Minutewomen have ended the season winning five games in a row.
The Minutemen fell to a superior Providence team Friday night at Mullins Center on Senior Night.
After a scoreless opening 20 minutes, the Friars went on to score two goals each in the next two periods.