UMass women’s lacrosse uses basketball drills to help improve offensive and defensive skills over spring break
The Minutewomen spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week without lacrosse balls and sticks to improve different aspects of their game.
After allowing four unanswered goals midway through the second half to lose the lead, the Minutewomen responded with an overtime winner from Callie Santos to secure their second win of the season.
The Minutewomen ended their season with a 91-51 loss against Saint Louis as the A-10’s top scoring team shot 55.6 percent from the field Sunday.
Solid bench play and rebounding from the Explorers gave the Minutewomen their ninth-straight loss, 57-52.
Turnovers, perimeter defense sink UMass as Minutewomen extend losing streak.
Alyx Stiff’s late-game heroics can’t save a sloppy performance for the Minutewomen.
Minutewomen reflect on cancer, and how it has impacted some of their lives.
Minutewomen fall 6-1 in hard fought match on the road resulting in first loss of season.
Combination of offensive confidence and shutdown goalkeeping earn the Minutewomen their third win of the season.
Minutewomen are out to avenge their 2-1 loss to the Huskies on Sept. 9.
Strong midfield and defensive play not enough for Minutewomen, drop 1-0 result to Cardinals.
Melanie Kreusch’s two goals lift Minutewomen over Crimson.
Hazard’s strong performance in net not quite enough to overcome fourth ranked Huskies.
The Minutemen’s lone win of the tournament came Friday afternoon in a comeback win against the Terrapins.
The guard duo of Dillard and Stallworth combined for 49 points to power the Minutewomen to their second straight win.
Spring into the new sports season with the Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s 2016 Spring Sports Special Issue.
Although Dixon doesn’t know definitely if this will be her final season coaching, the Minutewomen still remained focus on winning an Atlantic 10 championship.
The Minutewomen will play a total of five tournament before Atlantic 10 play starts at the end of March.
Seniors Taylor Carbone and Lindsey Zenk and rookie Kaitlyn Stavinoha each showed promise over the Minutewomen’s opening weekend.
The Minutewomen prepare for another promising year with four new additions from Boston College, Cincinnati and Florida.