Today on Inside the Park, Marc and Jesse discuss whether the ban should be lifted from Pete Rose’s Hall of Fame candidacy. Can George Karl lead the Sacramento Kings to the NBA playoffs within the next four years? Massachusetts Daily Collegian women’s basketball correspondent Arthur Hayden joins the show to talk about the UMass Minutewomen’s season. And can anyone take down the Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball team?
Recent struggles against Atlantic 10 opponents have the Minutewomen hungry to get back to winning ways.
After surging to an 8-8 record, the Minutewomen have lost four straight games within the Atlantic 10 Conference.
Kim Pierre-Louis scored 14 points while Emily Mital added 10, but the Minutewomen extended their losing streak to four games with a 77-57 loss to St. Bonaventure.
Shooting struggles plague UMass in the loss.
UMass women’s basketball continues stretch against tough competition this week with games against Fordham and Richmond.
UMass puts its offensive efficiency to the test against the Atlantic-10’s top scoring defense.
The Minutewomen posted a 4-4 record over the winter recess and continue to show marked improvement in comparison to recent years.
Dillard is leading pack of promising young Minutewomen as they enjoy increased success from recent years.
22 points from Kim Pierre-Louis and 18 from Cierra Dillard bump the Minutewomen back up to 0.500 as they defeat American University 71-61 at the Mullins Center on Saturday.
Shooting struggles plague Minutewomen, Crimson light it up form outside in Wednesday’s loss to Harvard.
Consistent bench play proves to be the spark that’s helping turn women’s basketball around in Massachusetts.
The Minutewomen put together a two-game winning streak before dropping Sunday’s contest against Florida State in their trip to Texas.
The Minutewomen dominated the paint and forced the Black Bears to shoot 36 3-pointers in their first win of the season.
Kim Pierre-Louis finished with a game-high 19 points while Rashida Timbilla chimed in with 14 of her own in the Minutewomen’s win.
Despite being 0-2, the Minutewomen believe they are close to finding a winning formula heading into their home opener Wednesday.
Despite impressive defense and standout freshmen play, fundamentals haunted UMass women’s basketball in its opening weekend.
UMass displayed strong defense but ultimately fell to Central Michigan.
The Flyers, boasting the best record in the league, fell to the Colonials, while Dayton’s Andrea Hoover won individual hardware.
Early foul trouble hurts the Minutewomen in their 87-68 loss to Saint Louis in the 2013-14 season finale.