Goals by Ty Goncalves and Josh Jess gave the Minutemen a 2-0 win against the Rams Wednesday afternoon.
With just two games left this season, the Minutemen are ready to make the most of the opportunity before them.
The loss to the Rams on Wednesday ended a five game unbeaten streak for the Minutemen that began with a 3-2 win over Hartford on Sept. 24.
The Minutewomen have faced three overtime games in the past four games.
UMass reaches record of 4-1-2 after away game in North Carolina.
After starting the season 0-5-1, the Minutemen are 3-1-1 in their last five games. Their win over Central Connecticut shows how much they’ve improved heading into Atlantic 10 games.
A golden goal in overtime by Goncalves lifts UMass in dramatic fashion.
The Minutemen finally earned their first victory thanks to two first half goals and strong defensive play keeping the Bears out of the net for the whole game.
Minutemen keep Great Danes in check until last minute corner kicks derail hopes of first victory.
CMU’s Alexis Pelafas leads Chippewas past UMass with two goals.
The Minutemen fell to the Terriers 2-1 in Boston as UMass falls to 0-3 on the road to start the season.
Minutewomen draw even in every statistic except the scoreboard.
UMass outshot by 20 to UNH in third loss of the season.
In time, defenseman Josh Jess believes the Minutemen defense will be able to hold off any offense.
The Minutemen welcome the Explorers to Rudd Field Thursday for a conference affair.
Sitting at ninth in the conference, the Minutewomen have two home games this weekend with the opportunity to move up the standings before postseason play.
On Sept. 25 in a game versus Vermont, Massachusetts men’s soccer player Mark Morris made his long-awaited return for the Minutemen after missing five games with an injury. Three games later, the senior showed what UMass (2-10-1, 1-1-1 Atlantic 10) had been missing offensively, securing the first Minuteman hat trick for the program since 2002 in a 3-2 conference win over rival Rhode Island on Oct. 7. That same week, Morris played 105 out of 110 possible minutes in UMass’ 0-0 double-overtime draw against Saint Louis. In his first year as the coach of the Minutemen, Fran O’Leary knew what…
The Minutemen are 0-for-35 this season in converting goals off corner kicks.
Despite facing an early 1-0 deficit against Hartford, UMass showed resilience, mounting a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the Hawks Wednesday afternoon at Rudd Field.
Kevin Boino and Samuel Asamoah tallied both goals for the Minutemen, who won their first game of the season.