Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Holy Cross travels to Earl Lorden Field

By Steve Levine

March 29, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team will get a break in its conference schedule today when it hosts Holy Cross at home on Earl Lorden Field. After putting a frustrating 2-1 series loss against Saint Joseph’s in the rearview mirror,...

Minutemen pitching going the distance

By Pete Vasquez

March 29, 2010

Filed under Baseball

Dominant – the one word consistently used by coach Mike Stone to label the past two pitching performances he witnessed from his Massachusetts baseball team. The pitching staff has been the Achilles’ heel the entire season...

UMass takes one of three from St. Joe’s as conference play begins

By Steve Levine

March 28, 2010

Filed under Baseball

A difficult start to the season was compounded last weekend as the Massachusetts baseball team lost a frustrating series to St. Joseph’s University to open conference play. On Saturday, the Minutemen (2-11, 1-2 Atlantic 10) s...

Minutemen looking for first win at home

By Pete Vasquez

March 23, 2010

Filed under Baseball

After a nine-game road trip, the Massachusetts baseball team is eager to play its first home game and hopes that its first win of the season follows. The Minutemen went winless on a Midwest trip that featured three series against...

Stone willing to be patient with pitching

By Dan Gigliotti

March 23, 2010

Filed under Baseball

When you give up as many runs as the Massachusetts baseball team has in its first nine games, it’s hard to beat anyone, let alone some of the top competition in the country. UMass has given up nearly 10 runs per game over...

Minutemen start season winless through nine games

By Dan Gigliotti

March 21, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team endured a long road trip this week and on Sunday, it got longer. UMass (0-9) was swept in three separate series over the past 10 days, concluding in a 17-13 loss at William & Mary. In their...

Minutemen looking to 2010 season after surviving cut

By Dan Gigliotti

March 10, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team will look to build upon its best season in six years as it will compete in its first regular season action later this week. The Minutemen dealt with rumors about a cut in funding that would leave...

Minutemen trying to move on from senior losses

By Steve Levine

March 10, 2010

Filed under Baseball

Losing seniors is a part of the game. It happens every year. Players graduate, younger players have shoes to fill. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, though. While Massachusetts baseball team coach Mike Stone understands big...

A look at this year’s 2010 Minutemen

By Pete Vasquez

March 9, 2010

Filed under Baseball

The Massachusetts baseball team will start its 2010 season with a mix of experience, consisting of eight freshmen, eight sophomores, nine juniors and seven seniors. UMass coach Mike Stone feels fortunate for how his roster...

Mitchell Clegg makes Washington Nationals minor league team

By David Brinch

September 15, 2009

Filed under Baseball

Six months ago, amid rumors of their program getting cut, Mitchell Clegg and the rest of the Massachusetts baseball team didn’t know what their future entailed. After the administration decided to cut the skiing team from the a...