Minutemen are set to begin a tough stretch this weekend against the Black Bears
The Minutewomen look to defend its crown during A-10 tournament this weekend.
Minutewomen are out to avenge their 2-1 loss to the Huskies on Sept. 9.
Hazard’s strong performance in net not quite enough to overcome fourth ranked Huskies.
Minutemen have dropped 11 in a row heading into series against Richmond.
The Minutemen have won five games in a row, and improvement from their pitching staff has led the way.
After an offensive explosion in last weekend’s series at Dayton, the Minutemen have hot bats that are ready to be tested.
The Minutemen begin with four-game series against Wildcats.
Conor LeBlanc and Andrew Grant lead the pitching staff, while top 2013 hitter Rob McLam returns after missing all of 2014.
The Minutewomen are 5-0 all-time against Lock Haven and have high expectations entering postseason play.
With a win against Saint Louis on Sunday, the Minutewomen clinched the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Atlantic 10 tournament.
Led by Alessandro Bomprezzi and Meriza Werenski, the Minutemen and women delivered strong performances but couldn’t capitalize en route to losses to the Terriers.
The Minutewomen defeated the Terriers 2-1 in overtime to even their record for the season.
Freshman Melanie Kreusch recorded a hat trick in Sunday’s victory over the previously undefeated Red Flash.
The Minutewomen struggled to win close games through the start of 2014 but enter conference play with a refreshed attitude and a goalkeeper on top of her game.
The Minutewomen picked up their second win of the season with a 3-1 triumph over UMass Lowell.
Two Huskies errors and a wild pitch provided the Minutemen with enough opportunities to squeak out a victory.
The UMass baseball team’s offense was held in check on Monday as Harvard shut it out 3-0 in the Beanpot final.
The Massachusetts baseball team hopes to rebound from a weekend sweep at the hands of Richmond on Wednesday as it travels to Boston College to face a struggling Eagles team. UMass (3-16) struggled against the Spiders, halting any momentum gained from its first series win of the season against La Salle two weekends ago. The Minutemen are losers of four straight and eight out of their last 10 games. BC (7-18, 1-11 Atlantic Coast Conference) enters the game on a six-game losing streak and has lost 15 of its last 16 contests. The Eagles have scored more than two runs…
The UMass baseball team looks to keep its momentum heading into a series with Richmond.