UMass notebook: Celtics assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry reportedly interviewed for a second time Monday for men’s basketball head coaching vacancy
UMass women’s lacrosse midfielder Hannah Murphy sits two draw controls shy of moving into eighth place all-time in NCAA history.
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.
UMass diver Emma Roush finished 15th at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship over the weekend.
Six different Minutewomen scored a goal in their 10-9 win over the Huskies Sunday afternoon.
Minutewoman Kiley Anderson is coming off a dominant performance against Syracuse and looks to keep it going versus UConn.
Redshirt sophomore Kiley Anderson scored four goals in the loss to the Orange.
After trailing by five goals early on, the Minutewomen rallied back for their first win of the season Sunday afternoon against Jacksonville.
Photos from the weekend of 9/23/2016 including the DYF Music Festival, Through the Photographer’s Eyes, UMass Football and Women’s Lacrosse, UMass Farmer’s Market, and Amherst Apple Harvest and Craft Fair. Photos by Chris O’Keefe, Sam Anderson, Erica Lowenkron, Alec Zabrecky, Christina Yacono, and Katherine Mayo.
With their latest victory, the Minutewomen tied an NCAA record with their 38th consecutive conference win.
The Minutewomen allowed Jill Vacanti to score five goals, but kept the rest of the Dukes in check en route to a win.
The Minutewomen’s season came to an end Sunday after losing 19-8 to the reigning champion Terrapins and their high-power offense.
The Minutewomen earned their first NCAA tournament win since 2013 and clinched a spot in the second round against reigning champion Maryland.
The Minutewomen and their second-ranked national defense will play the offensively-minded Dolphins Friday in State Park, Maryland.
The Minutewomen clinched an automatic bid in the 2015 NCAA tournament with their 8-4 victory over Richmond in Sunday’s A-10 title.
Goalkeeper Rachel Vallarelli led the Minutewomen with a season-high 11 saves as UMass eliminated the Patriots in the conference semifinals to set up a title rematch with Richmond.
Katie Ott and Erika Eipp combined for 12 points in the Minutewomen’s 14-3 win Friday over the Spiders.
The Minutewomen survived a late-game Explorers run to clinch their 34th consecutive victory in conference play.
The Minutewomen’s 2014 season ended with a 10-4 loss to the Greyhounds in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Here are the highlights.
When Angela McMahon came from UConn to UMass to be the women’s lacrosse coach four years ago, two of her recruits at UConn, Katie Ferris and Kelsey McGovern, followed her to UMass. In the short time since, the three have been making their mark in UMass lacrosse history.
In its last home game of the season, 14 Minutewomen contributed to a 21-8 victory over the Bonnies.