The Minutemen collected win against Holy Cross, tied UVM and fell to Bryant over the weekend.
Minutemen visit peace wall, give back to schools while in Northern Ireland for Friendship Four.
UMass fails to lock up victories after leading in both Friendship Four contests against No. 20 Vermont and No. 19 St. Lawrence.
Minutemen travel to Merrimack, host Vermont in weekend split.
UNH freshman Patrick Grasso scored four goals in the Wildcats’ 6-2 win over Merrimack Friday night.
The Minutemen will have plenty of eyes on them in their first season under coach Greg Carvel.
The Catamounts come in boasting an explosive front line against Minutemen defense that just posted its first shutout of the season against Brown.
Stone will conclude his coaching career upon conclusion of his 30th season in Amherst.
UMass women’s track and field edges out Northeastern, while men take second in home debut in Leap Year Tri-Meet against Vermont and Northeastern
Both the men’s and women’s teams showed depth and versatility despite not being at full strength for Saturday’s meet.
After John Micheletto was fired following the Minutemen’s season, UMass is looking for a fresh start to put its program back in the national conversation.
UMass women’s track and field continue record-breaking season at the New England Championship meet in Boston.
More than 300 students turned out to hear ice cream icons Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield speak about why they support Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for president.
Sanders also spoke of the need for free public tuition in the United States, saying that the value of a college degree is as important today as a high school degree was decades ago.
Sanders, who held a rally on campus Jan. 2, will make another stop in Amherst one week before the Massachusetts presidential primaries.
Several Minutemen, including coach John Micheletto, talked about the opportunity to play in the Friendship Four tournament in Northern Ireland next year.
The Minutemen are part of a field that includes Hockey East rival Vermont, Saint Lawrence and Quinnipiac.
UNH upsets No. 8 UMass Lowell A third period rally from No. 8 UMass Lowell fell short, falling to New Hampshire 3-2 at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, with the Wildcats securing two much needed points in the conference. Despite the River Hawks’ (17-6-5, 10-4-4 Hockey East) dominating 45-16 shot advantage, the UNH’s (10-14-4, 4-8-4 HEA) three goals went unanswered until the third period, with goaltender Daniel Tirone making 43 saves in the victory. The Wildcats struck early with a goal from Andrew Poturalski, who put home Tyler Kelleher’s rebound just 30 seconds into the game for his 21st…
The Minutemen, who are currently riding an eight-game losing streak, will have their hands full when the Terriers travel to Mullins Center this weekend.
The Minutemen host the Black Bears on back-to-back nights this weekend as they look to move up in the conference standings.
A hard hit on Minutemen defenseman Callum Fryer in the second period forced him to miss the remainder of the game.