Combination of offensive confidence and shutdown goalkeeping earn the Minutewomen their third win of the season.
A post game interview following the Minutewomen’s 2-1 loss to George Mason.
Goalkeeper Cassidy Babin recorded six saves in the loss.
CMU’s Alexis Pelafas leads Chippewas past UMass with two goals.
Minutewomen draw even in every statistic except the scoreboard.
UMass women’s soccer unable to slow down Saint Josephs’ offensive attack in loss Thursday.
The Minutewomen outshot the Dukes 22-to-9 but fell 1-0 in Pittsburgh Thursday.
The Minutewomen continued their dominance at home with a 4-0 win over the Wildcats.
The Minutewomen improved their record to 5-1-1 at Rudd Field with a 4-0 victory over Davidson
The Minutewomen prepare for a crucial Atlantic 10 matchup Thursday against Davidson at Rudd Field.
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.
The Minutewomen played well Sunday but fell to Atlantic 10 leader George Washington in Washington D.C.
After Jackie Bruno gave the Minutewomen an early lead, UMass allowed back-to-back goals in its first conference loss of the season.
After an original prognosis ruled Bruno out for the rest of the season earlier this month for Lyme disease, the senior returned to the field for 46 minutes against La Salle.
The Minutewomen have not surrendered a goal since Sept. 6 in a 1-0 loss against Yale.
Another strong defensive performance led the Minutewomen to their third straight win Sunday.
Freshman Erin’s Doster’s first collegiate goal in the 17th minute led the Minutewomen past Brown.
A natural defender, Smith has helped out the Minutewomen’s offense that has been plagued by injury throughout the season.
The Minutewomen prepare for matches against Brown and Harvard this weekend as the team wraps up its non-conference schedule.
The Minutewomen hope a return to Rudd Field brings positive results.