Minutewomen host the Cardinals Friday before heading to Boston to face the No. 9 Eagles, writes @Tyler_Fiedler.
After dropping their first two games this season, the Minutewomen bounced back Labor Day weekend with a pair of wins against Columbia and UMass Lowell.
A Stanford goal in the 45th minute Sunday handed the Minutewomen their second straight loss.
Carlino, a senior, saved nine out of 10 shots sent her way in a 1-0 loss to No. 9 Stanford.
After playing 4 straight games in Amherst, the Minutewomen have seven days to regroup and strategize before their next game.
Despite only one matchup between ranked opponents, multiple nationally ranked squads faced challenges in the third week of games.
The LSU football team beat South Carolina, 23-21, while Notre Dame took down Stanford, 20-13, in overtime.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team lost to Standford last night in the NIT semifinals, thus concluding its season. However, the Minutemen left Madison Square Garden with their heads held high, after a tremendous postseason run.
The Collegian basketball beat reporters tweet live from Madison Square Garden for the NIT semifinal match between UMass and Stanford.
Collegian sports broadcasters Cameron McDonough and Greg Romagna review the past week in college football in ‘College Football Weekly’.
The No. 3 Longhorns, No. 13 Cardinals and No. 17 Bears all won over the weekend, cementing their positions amongst the nations top 25 teams.
Despite losing to Stanford in the NCAA Tournament play-in game, the Massachusetts field hockey team was chosen by the selection committee to play Maryland in the first round. The Terrapins (19-1) are the No. 1 seed overall and will play the Minutewomen this Saturday at 11:30 a.m.