The Minutemen have dropped five straight to the Tigers, with this year’s team determined to end that streak.
The Tiger’s host the Minutemen at Hobey Baker Memorial Rink winners of five of their last six games.
Following troubling first half, UMass was much more efficient from beyond the arc in the second.
A balanced scoring attack propels the Minutemen to victory over the Tigers, Thursday night.
With guard DeJon Jarreau back in the lineup, the Minutemen will look to finish out their nonconference schedule strong.
The Minutemen have plenty to unpack and build upon following a tough 7-4 loss on Saturday.
The Minutemen give up three goals in the first seven minutes, 15 seconds of the first period.
The Minutemen allowed four goals in the first period of Saturday’s loss.
Ryan Wischow stopped all 31 shots he faced to record his first career shutout in the Minutemen’s 3-0 win over Colorado College.
The Minutemen shutout Colorado College 3-0 triumph in their season opener.
Tagliente left the Minutewomen after five seasons and three Atlantic 10 tournament and regular season championships.
Eileen McDonald scored the game-winner with two minutes, 23 seconds remaining in overtime, after Princeton tied the game in the final second of regulation.
The Minutemen fell to the Tigers in last year’s CAA championship 9-8 on a behind-the-back shot from Justin Mabus with 1:50 remaining in regulation.
The Minutemen enter their tournament in Las Vegas with a 3-0 record on the line against the undefeated Tigers.
Minutemen coach John Micheletto wasn’t overly concerned with the final score, but did have a chance to evaluate his freshmen.
Both Northern Illinois and Central Michigan pulled out victories against power conference opponents.
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After losing twice to them last year, the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team hopes that it can overcome Towson’s tough defense when the two teams meet on Saturday at Johnny Unitas Stadium.