The Minutemen outscored the River Hawks 4-0 in the fourth quarter to complete the comeback and earn their second straight win .
UMass men’s lacrosse back on the road at Yale on Tuesday, continuing long trip away from Garber Field
The Minutemen wrap up their four-game road stretch when they travel to face the Bulldogs on Tuesday, the first matchup between the two teams since 2010.
Minutemen surrender three power play goals in 5-2 defeat to River Hawks.
Two goals in final three minutes of the second period prove to be turning point for the Minutemen.
The Minutemen will need to be on top of their game defensively to slow down a potent River Hawks offenses.
The Minutemen will have their hands full as they face the top two scoring offenses in Hockey East this weekend.
Despite 35 saves from goaltender Ryan Wischow, the Minutemen dropped a defensive struggle at Mullins Center Saturday night.
With a total of 54 minutes off the bench in the Minutemen’s first two games of the season, Zach Lewis is slated to be a sixth man for 2016-17.
Freshman guard DeJon Jarreau shines in the Minutemen’s loss going for 25 points against the Rebels.
Rashaan Holloway leads UMass men’s basketball in scoring with 21 points in the Minutemen’s opening game victory
Rashaan Holloway starts the season off strong, making his presence known on both sides of the court.
Freshman guards Luwane Pipkins and DeJon Jarreau shine in Minutemen’s 90-76 win over the River Hawks 2016-17 season opener.
The Minutemen picked up their first win of the season behind dominant performances by Rashaan Holloway and Luwane Pipkins.
The highly-touted Minutemen freshman class make their collegiate debuts Friday at 4 p.m. against the River Hawks.
Men’s and women’s basketball set to begin season this Friday, while field hockey and men’s soccer look to continue season this week in postseason.
With a mix of returning contributors and talented freshman, Coleman is ready to lead on and off the court for the Minutemen.
UNH freshman Patrick Grasso scored four goals in the Wildcats’ 6-2 win over Merrimack Friday night.
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.
The Minutemen fail to provide consistent offense in their second loss in as many days.
The Minutemen were held to just six hits behind a strong pitching performance form the Huskies’ Andrew Zapata, and the rest of their bullpen.
Updates on the UMass coaching search and from around Hockey East.