Junior Meg Colleran wet the distance only allowing one run in game two, while Melissa Garcia’s bat help Minutewomen in game one to double up Terriers Thursday at Sortino Field.
Baseball and softball teams have Tuesday games postponed; 165 UMass student-athletes honored by Atlantic 10 conference.
UMass softball anxiously awaits start of conference play with doubleheader against BU looming Thursday.
Freshman Candace Denis is off to red-hot start entering conference play, boasting a lofty 1.75 ERA in 10 starts.
Highly-touted recruits Cale Makar, John Leonard are on the horizon for the Minutemen moving forward.
Minutemen play a completely different second period, but still can’t make up lost ground against the Terriers.
The Minutemen, who are fresh off a five-goal performance against Northeastern on Tuesday, visit the Terriers and their top five-ranked defense at Agganis Arena.
The Minutemen can’t get the bounces they need against the Terriers in a 5-3 loss Sunday afternoon.
The Minutewomen struggled to finish out a game they were leading in the fourth quarter for the second time in the past week.
Return of Styff, Lawrence bolsters UMass bench heading into Wednesday’s matchup.
The Minutemen and Minutewomen head to Boston this weekend for BU’s Terrier Invitational. The men won the event last year and look to repeat, while the women placed fourth and are ready for redemption.
The hockey team faces its toughest test yet of the young season Tuesday against No. 6 Quinnipiac, football hosts Wagner in final home game of season Saturday.
The Minutemen will have plenty of eyes on them in their first season under coach Greg Carvel.
Maine blows late lead against St. Francis Xavier.
Although off to a slow start in 2016, the Great Danes will still provide a difficult challenge for a young Minutemen team still finding their identity.
The Minutemen face a do-or-die situation Saturday night after losing game one in a best-of-three series.
The Minutemen will look to put the regular season behind them when they head to Boston for a first round matchup with the Terriers
Early offensive barrage powers the Minutewomen past the Terriers.
The Minutemen, who are currently riding an eight-game losing streak, will have their hands full when the Terriers travel to Mullins Center this weekend.
The Minutemen host the Black Bears on back-to-back nights this weekend as they look to move up in the conference standings.
The Terriers scored five straight goals to hand the Minutemen their second straight loss.