The Minutemen look forward to where they need to improve over offseason and heading into next season.
Minutemen’s season comes to an end after falling in 17th straight game.
Minutemen go 0-for-5 on the power play in being shut out by No. 10-ranked Friars, 3-0.
Minutemen bailed out in the first period by the play of Wischow as they can’t find their footing until the second frame against PC.
The younger members of the Minutemen will have a chance to grow with postseason experience.
In microcosm of their season, the Minutemen can’t capitalize in losing 15th consecutive contest.
Freshman goalie Ryan Wischow had a busy night saving 40 of 42 shots from the Friars.
Friar defenseman Jake Walman recorded two markers in second period to sink Minutemen.
Minutemen fall victim to more penalty problems and another slow start in 6-2 loss to Friars.
Minutemen will be going up against one of the best defensive teams in the nation this weekend in the Friars.
The Mintuemen missed their first 12 3-point attempts Tuesday night against the North Carolina A&T 2-3 zone.
Turnovers and fouls result in a poor offensive performance in the Minutemen’s 75-69 loss to the Friars.
Friar junior forward Rodney Bullock scored 18 second-half points in the win over the Minutemen.
A balanced scoring attack propels the Minutemen to victory over the Tigers, Thursday night.
UMass men’s and women’s swimming and diving fall to Ivy schools in tri-match, show improvement in loss
Trent Kindvall placed first in two events for the Minutemen, as Maja Boric qualified for NCAA zone meet.
Maine blows late lead against St. Francis Xavier.
The Minutewomen look to put their past offensive struggles behind them as they open conference play Thursday night against La Salle.
The 11-day rest period included shoring up both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.
The Minutewomen went winless in Providence over the weekend in two games against the Friars and Brown.
The Bears erupted for nine first half goals as the Minutemen dropped their third game of the season.