Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Minutemen win second-straight game in victory over Eagles

By Pete Vasquez

April 13, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team continued its recent hot streak by going on the road and beating Boston College, 8-4, Tuesday afternoon with another stellar outing by the pitching staff. Senior Bryan Leigh pitched a complete...

Leigh looks for first win against Boston College

By Dan Gigliotti

April 12, 2010

Filed under Baseball

Bryan Leigh will get a chance to pitch under his own circumstances today against Boston College, vying for his first win as a pitcher for the Massachusetts baseball team in two years. Leigh has been moved back and forth from...

Minutemen look to continue momentum against Eagles

By Steve Levine

April 12, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team hopes it can further erase its poor start to the 2010 season. After beginning the year 2-16, UMass (4-17, 3-6 Atlantic 10) won a crucial series, 2-1, against conference rival Richmond last weekend...

Minutemen take first series of the season

By Pete Vasquez

April 11, 2010

Filed under Baseball

Just a few hours after losing to Richmond, the Massachusetts baseball team rebounded to win the deciding game of a three-game series, 6-3, on Sunday afternoon at Earl Lorden Field. Jared Freni got the win for the Minutemen (4-18,...

Pitching key to UMass first series win of season

By Jeffrey R. Larnard

April 11, 2010

Filed under Baseball

Starting pitching, once again, proved to be the difference in the Massachusetts baseball team’s first series win of the season. The three main Minutemen starters took the mound this past weekend, two of which played late into the g...

Minutemen drop fifth straight to visiting Huskies

By Steve Levine

April 7, 2010

Filed under Baseball

26 runs, 34 hits and nine home runs. The Massachusetts baseball team hoped it could be on the better end of both teams’ offensive outbursts, but instead, the Minutemen fell to Connecticut, 15-11 in the final game of a home-and-home...

Bullpen to blame in UMass losses

By Pete Vasquez

April 7, 2010

Filed under Baseball

In a 15-11 slugfest, it was the bullpen of the Massachusetts baseball team which exposed their season-long struggles. Three different relievers combined to surrender nine runs in just over three innings to give Connecticut...

UMass loses Game 1 to UConn

By Steve Levine

April 7, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team has yet to catch a break this season. Last weekend, the Minutemen lost three straight games to Charlotte, which currently leads the Atlantic 10. UMass then traveled to Storrs, CT for a home-and-home...

Minutemen face model opponent at UConn

By Pete Vasquez

April 6, 2010

Filed under Baseball

A third of the way into the season, the Massachusetts baseball team continually struggles to bring all aspects of its game together. After the pitching staff allowed only a pair of runs in the last two games of the Saint Joseph’s...

Minutemen hampered by tough road schedule

By Dan Gigliotti

April 6, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The well-traveled Massachusetts baseball team has done a lot of sightseeing on its way to its first 16 games this season, while watching its record plummet and its name fall in the standings. Two weeks ago, UMass coach Mike...

Minutemen swept by 49ers

By Dan Gigliotti

April 4, 2010

Filed under Baseball

This weekend spelled another disappointing road trip for the Massachusetts baseball team, worn down by superior pitching and ineptitude at the plate. UMass lost to Charlotte on Sunday, 7-1, dropping its fifth straight series whil...

Minutemen enjoy home field advantage

By Steve Levine

March 30, 2010

Filed under Baseball

When looking for examples of the reality of home-field advantage, point to the Massachusetts baseball team. The Minutemen intend to surprise the Atlantic 10 conference again this year by picking up the bulk of their wins at...