The Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team held the Trojans to six goals for a 14-6 triumph to earn their ninth straight win.
The No. 9 Minutewomen hope to capitalize on more scoring opportunities as they put their 6-0 record on the line against Colorado.
The Minutewomen defeated the Wildcats by a score of 12-6 on Saturday. Here are the highlights.
The Minutewomen hope to continue their balanced scoring attack and limit turnovers against the Wildcats on Saturday.
Twelve different Minutewomen recorded a goal en route to a 19-6 victory over Iona on Saturday to improve to 5-0 on the season.
The Minutewomen came away with the victory over the Terriers on Wednesday by a score of 11-8. Here are the highlights.
Hannah Murphy looks to continue her success on draw controls heading into Wednesday’s matchup against Boston University.
The Minutewomen will host the Terriers on Wednesday for a rematch of last year’s 9-8 overtime loss.
The Minutewomen won their home opener against Holy Cross on a snowy McGuirk Stadium field by a score of 12-6. Here are the highlights.
The No. 11 Minutewomen moved to 3-0 after a 12-6 home victory on Wednesday against Holy Cross
The No. 12 Minutewomen were able to fend off a second half surge by the Huskies to pick up their second win of the season, 7-5, on Saturday.
Over the weekend, the Minutewomen will take on the same UConn team they defeated in the first round of the NCAA Tournament last season.
Coming off their best season in almost two decades, the Minutewomen are preparing for what they hope will be another strong season.
The Minutewomen come into the 2014 season with a strong senior class that is expected to take them far this year.
Playing through injuries, fighting for face-offs and leading the Minutewomen on defense, Kelsey McGovern looks to make her senior season a memorable one.
After a second round loss to Penn State in the NCAA Tournament, its time for the UMass women’s lacrosse team to look forward to 2014.
Despite a 90-minute rain delay, UMass women’s lacrosse beat UConn to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1984.
UMass women’s lacrosse junior attack Katie Ferris and coach Angela McMahon go up against a familiar foe in UConn in Friday’s NCAA Tournament first round.
After outscoring George Washington 8-1 in the second half, the Minutewomen won the Atlantic 10 tournament semifinal match 13-5 to move on to the finals. Here are the highlights.
The UMass women’s lacrosse team topped George Washington in the A-10 semifinals on Friday despite junior attack Katie Ferris being limited due to an illness.