Trent Kindvall, Maja Boric, Katie Polk and Emma Roush all posted career-highs and qualified for the regional NCAA tournament over the weekend.
During halftime of Saturday’s game against Towson, the Minutemen honored the 1976 team, who was the first team in program history to reach the NCAA tournament.
Following a two-weak break, the No.19 Minutemen look to get over .500 for the first time this season.
The Minutemen are ranked 19th in the country heading into conference play
Despite entering the national polls for the first time this season, Minutemen coach Greg Cannella hopes his team doesn’t get too comfortable.
Minutewomen coach Judy Dixon was impressed with her team’s resilience throughout last week’s road trip to South Carolina.
The Minutemen travel to West Point this Friday to take on the Black Knights after falling to them in 12-7 in the 2015 season opener.
After starting the season 0-5, the Minutemen found success in the CAA tournament, falling one goal short of making the NCAA tournament.
UMass goaltender Zach Oliveri and his defense showed poised throughout its 6-5 loss to Towson on Saturday.
Hofstra and Drexel notch big conference wins in the Colonial Athletic Association, while Penn State falters in non-conference play
The Minutemen lost 9-5 to the Tigers on Saturday and stayed winless in the Colonial Athletic Association with three games left.
Penn State and Delaware grabbed wins this past week while Saint Joseph’s conference struggles continued.
The careers of 11 Minutemen seniors will be celebrated at Garber Field on Saturday as the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team faces Towson on Senior Day.
On Wednesday night at the Mullins Center, the Massachusetts men’s basketball team dominated with a 30-point victory over Towson.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team will take on Towson tonight and will look to rebound from its 1-2 mark in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament last week.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team competed early but streaks by the opposition put the games out of reach to earn its first two losses.
After a wild weekend of CAA football, the conference is left with a three-way tie for first place between Maine, New Hampshire and Towson.
The Maine and Towson football teams each won on Saturday to remain deadlocked for the top spot in the CAA standings.
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.