Coach Mike Stone turns to Justin Lasko for opening day start against the Phoenix.
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.
In time, defenseman Josh Jess believes the Minutemen defense will be able to hold off any offense.
Minutewomen coach Judy Dixon reflects on the 2015 season, which ended suddenly in the Atlantic 10 Championship.
Chanel Gasper looks to lead the Minutewomen against the Great Danes and needs just three wins to become the programs all-time leader.
The Minutewomen enjoyed victories over Davidson and the College of Charleston last week.
Minutewomen prepare to take on Dartmouth and Fordham.
Ana Yrazusta and Carol Benito were ranked 10th in Northeast doubles teams by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association and are the Massachusetts tennis team’s top doubles pair.
The Minutewomen bounced back from a Friday loss against Boston College to sweep the Bobcats in Amherst.
Both the Huskies and Chippewas snuck by inferior conference opponents while the Broncos had little difficulty against Ohio.
While Sunday afternoons in October are often reserved for watching football, baseball could be felt in the air last Sunday as the Massachusetts baseball team took on Dartmouth College in a fall exhibition game at Earl Lorden Field.