Saint Louis wins two of three in tournament over weekend.
Minutewomen aim to end nine-game skid against Rams and take momentum into A-10 tournament.
Boasting a primarily veteran lineup, URI’s experience trumped UMass’ youth.
The Minutemen turned the ball over 19 times and shot just 35.3 percent from the field as the Rams got their first win at Mullins Center for the first time since 2009.
In order to snap their four-game losing streak, the Minutemen will have to go through URI and its stellar big man Hassan Martin.
The Minutemen have had six days between games and look to get back on track heading into their game against Rhode Island Tuesday at Mullins Center.
The Billikens currently sit in second in the A-10 coming into their matchup with the Minutemen winners of their last three.
The Minutemen travel to the Gateway to the West to face the Billikens in what will be SLU coach Travis Ford’s first game against his former team.
UMass did itself no favors by committing 19 turnovers against a defensively solid Fordham basketball team in loss Saturday
Minutemen drop to 2-5 in Atlantic 10 conference play following loss to Fordham Saturday afternoon
Lewis scored a season-high 23 points for the Minutemen, while their bench outscored their starters 27-2 in the first half and 46-16 overall.
Rashaan Holloway had a career dad for the Minutemen finishing with 22 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, however it wasn’t enough to knock off one of the A-10’s top teams.
Goals by Ty Goncalves and Josh Jess gave the Minutemen a 2-0 win against the Rams Wednesday afternoon.
With just two games left this season, the Minutemen are ready to make the most of the opportunity before them.
Loebe’s PK goals lead the Rams in a come-from-behind win.
The Minutemen will be in search of just their second road victory away from Amherst season when they go on the road to face the Rams Wednesday night.
Lane Cronin’s game winner awards her A-10 offensive player of the week.
Unanswered goals lead URI over Davidson The Rhode Island men’s soccer team took down Davidson by a final of 2-1 Saturday in Kingston. At just 12:26 into the contest, the Wildcats (1-8) were able to grab an early 1-0 lead. On a slip pass into the box from Hunter Howard, Davidson’s leading scorer, Maxi Pragnell put his fourth goal of the season into the back of the net. The Wildcats’ first goal and lead of the year wasn’t safe for long though, as Niklas Middrup was able to head in a corner kick off the foot of Stavros Zarokostas just…
Rhode Island falls to Brown in overtime, La Salle loses final nonconference game to UMBC.
The Minutemen salvaged its lone win of the three-game weekend series Sunday, 6-3.