Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass Cruises past MIT

By Jeffrey Engmann, Collegian Staff April 27, 2009

' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' The Massachusetts rowing team followed up its biggest win of the season with a strong performance on Saturday, defeating the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a day of head-to-head...

UMass falls to Syracuse in front of record crowd

By Eli Rosenswaike, Collegian Staff April 25, 2009

P.J. Stanley/CollegianTravis Tripucka is relatively new to the Massachusetts-Syracuse men's lacrosse rivalry. But one has to wonder if the sophomore defender knew exactly what he was doing when he completely...

Lyons quickly becoming star for A-10 Champion UMass

By Scott Feldman, Collegian Staff April 25, 2009

PHILADELPHIA - Massachusetts women's lacrosse coach Alexis Venechanos describes attacker Jackie Lyons with one word: ' warrior. It's a fitting description for a player who not only plays the part, but...

UMass seeded No. 6 for A-10

By Steven Levine, Collegian Staff April 15, 2009

P.J. Stanley/Collegian Aside from being the home of the World Series Champions, Super Bowl Champions, and possibly this year's Stanley Cup Champions, Pennsylvania will also be the home of the 26th annual...

UMass rallies late, falls to Northeastern, 5-3

By Mike Gillmeister, Collegian Staff April 12, 2009

Despite a ninth-inning rally in the historic confines of Fenway Park, the defending Beanpot Champion Massachusetts baseball team failed to defend its title, falling to Northeastern, 5-3. The Minutemen...

UMass stuns Hobart in Overtime

By Eli Rosenswaike, Collegian Staff April 12, 2009

P.J. Stanley / Collegian' Playing for a full 60 minutes has been a struggle at times this season for the No. 14 Massachusetts men's lacrosse team. ' The Minutemen needed every one of those minutes '-...

UMass tuning up for A-10

Massachusetts crew coach Jim Dietz described last weekend's Knecht Cup race in Camden, N.J., as a dress rehearsal for the upcoming Atlantic 10 Championship. The Minutewomen, however, did not compete like...

UMass overwhelms Holy Cross

By Adam McGillen, Collegian Staff April 5, 2009

CourtesyUMass Media Relations With the Connecticut River flooding, the Massachusetts women's rowing team took to the calmer waters of Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass., where it overwhelmed Holy Cross,...

UMass ski team cut

By Eli Rosenswaike, Collegian Staff April 1, 2009

Over the past week, the University of Massachusetts baseball program was the rumored casualty of the $850,000 budget reduction of the athletic department. Instead, the men's and women's ski teams took...

COMMENTARY | Dear Obama, March Madness holiday please?

By Jeffrey R. Larnard March 21, 2009

I have a proposal for President Barack Obama. Award all serious fans of college basketball the Monday following Selection Sunday until the end of the first round of the NCAA Tournament off from all duties....

Tough road continues for UMass

By Melissa Turtinen March 8, 2009

Ideally, a coach has a week to prepare between games, but Massachusetts men's lacrosse coach Greg Cannella had one day of practice to get his team ready to play Albany Tuesday afternoon. The UMass-Albany...

Minutewomen dominate weekend, look ahead to outdoor season

By Jay Asser March 8, 2009

After completing the majority of the season, the Massachusetts tennis team heads into spring break with momentum on their side after trouncing both Hofstra and Siena by a 7-0 score this weekend. On Saturday,...

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