The Minutemen look forward to where they need to improve over offseason and heading into next season.
UMass men’s basketball looks ahead to George Washington matchup, A-10 tournament, as they try to finish season strong
The struggling Minutemen look to find effective mix of talent as they prepare for the A-10 tournament in two weeks.
The Minutewomen dropped their second consecutive game after leading by double digits in the second half.
Minutemen drop to 2-5 in Atlantic 10 conference play following loss to Fordham Saturday afternoon
Rashaan Holloway had a career dad for the Minutemen finishing with 22 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, however it wasn’t enough to knock off one of the A-10’s top teams.
Minutemen hope strong conference play to end the season will carry over into VCU contest Thursday.
Josh Jess’ header gives UMass overtime victory over VCU.
The Minutewomen won their first of two weekend games, shutting out VCU Friday.
Derek Kellogg, UMass men’s basketball turn page toward 2016-17 following Friday’s season-ending loss
Behind a strong surge at the end of the season, freshman center Rashaan Holloway figures to be key piece for the Minutemen next year.
The Rams outrebounded the Minutemen 49-31 Thursday night, including 20 offensive rebounds that led to 16 second-chance points.
The Minutemen trailed by as much as 26 points as the No. 2 seed Rams blew by UMass behind a loud, pro-VCU crowd in Brooklyn.
Seth Berger, Rashaan Holloway look to continue their recent surge as the Minutemen end their regular season with two games in the next three days.
Minutemen coach Ken O’Brien expects them to finish in the middle of the pack in the A-10 championship, hoping for fourth place finish.
Despite the departure of former head coach Shaka Smart, the Rams are currently second in the Atlantic 10.
The Minutemen plan to attack the post to counter the Rams’ high-pressure half-court defense Thursday.
The Minutemen welcome the Rams to Mullins Center Tuesday night looking to pick up their first win since Jan. 3.
Colonials down URI late, stay undefeated at home.
The loss for UMass snapped its three-game winning streak, the Minutewomen’s first since the 2011-12 season.
UMass’s depth and St. Joseph’s high scorer means Friday’s semifinal has potential for a possible shootout.
The Minutemen allowed two goals in the second half but remain in contention for a spot in the postseason.