Paul Gaudio’s change of business models leads to big success for Adidas.
The best photos of October of 2016, including fall sports, hockey, Halloween and other campus events. Photos by Sam Anderson, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Aakanksha Gupta, Erica Lowenkron, Jong Man Kim, Katherine Mayo, Mayank Mishra, Caroline O’Connor, Jessica Picard, Christina Yacono and Alec Zabrecky.
The Minutewomen close out the disappointing season with another road loss.
The loss to the Rams on Wednesday ended a five game unbeaten streak for the Minutemen that began with a 3-2 win over Hartford on Sept. 24.
The Minutewomen have faced three overtime games in the past four games.
The Minutewomen were recently named a recipient of the 2015-16 NSCAA academic award.
The Minutemen will be looking to avenge a 5-1 loss to the Blue Devils last year.
The Minutemen have two shutouts in their last four games, earning a 2-1-1 record over that span.
Photos from Homecoming Weekend 2016 including Woodstock Stories with Michael Lang and Elliot Landy, Revolution Run 5K, Homecoming parade, Men’s soccer, football, ice hockey, field hockey and Fearing Street Festival. Photos by Chris O’Keefe, Katherine Mayo, Erica Lowenkron, Jessica Picard, Judith Gibson-Okunieff and Alex Tang
Goalkeeper Cassidy Babin recorded six saves in the loss.
DeSantis has made the case for being UMass’ most valuable player midway through 2016.
A golden goal in overtime by Goncalves lifts UMass in dramatic fashion.
Keeping the pressure on Brown’s defense and off their own helped UMass win its first game of the season.
With only two non-conference games remaining, the Minutewomen are looking to fix their early-season mistakes before A-10 play begins.
Minutemen keep Great Danes in check until last minute corner kicks derail hopes of first victory.
Coach O’Leary has used a positive attitude to attract players to join the Minutemen and the results have shown in his team’s play.
The Minutemen allowed two goals in the second half but remain in contention for a spot in the postseason.
Needing a win on senior day to earn a bid to the conference tournament, UMass fell 3-1 to Dayton Sunday.
The Minutemen were defeated 4-1 in a road trip to Dayton, ending their four-game points streak.
The Minutewomen scored twice in the second half to secure a tie, and a much-needed point, on the road Sunday afternoon.