Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Off the field work translates to on-field excellence for Manny

By Stephen Sellner

February 16, 2012

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports, Spring Sports

Check out more from the Collegian's Lacrosse Special Issue: UMass lacrosse shy away from NCAA | Women’s lacrosse is returning the bulk of its roster | McMahon enters second season at helm of women’s lacrosse | Asser: Lacro...

Minutewomen drop clash with conference-leading Bonnies

By Jeffrey Okerman

February 9, 2012

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports, Spring Sports

The Massachusetts women’s basketball team fell to Atlantic 10 leader St. Bonaventure Wednesday night. Shakia Robinson’s game-high 19 points weren’t enough as the Minutewomen fell to the No. 25 Bonnies. SBU (23-2, 1...

Minutemen battle Black Knights in season-opener

By Jackson Alexander

February 9, 2012

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports, Spring Sports

On Friday, a pair of preseason heavyweights will square off as the No. 13 Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team faces Army in the regular season-opener for both teams. The Minutemen will begin their season on the road aft...

UMass drops first game against Albany

By Stephen Sellner

March 9, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports

The No. 5 Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team could not dig itself out of a 6-2 halftime deficit, dropping its first game of the season, 9-8, at Albany on Tuesday. Senior midfielder Ryan Hantverk beat Albany goalkeeper Ed...

No. 4 Hofstra remains undefeated with win over Harvard

By Matt Catizone

March 9, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports

With Saturday’s 15-9 win over Harvard, Hofstra men’s lacrosse team remained undefeated through its first four games. Facing the Crimson at home in Hempstead, N.Y, the No. 6 Pride played with high intensity throughout the enti...

Minutemen stay unbeaten, take down No. 20 Brown Bears

By Herb Scribner

March 7, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse

The Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team didn’t let up on its strong start to the season Saturday afternoon and cruised to a 9-6 win over No. 20 Brown. “I thought it was a great effort on our behalf,” said UMass coach G...

No. 18 UMass finishes road trip against UNH

By Jackson Alexander

March 2, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports, Women's Lacrosse

The No. 18 Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team will complete its three-game road trip on Wednesday when it takes on New England rival New Hampshire. The Minutewomen are coming off a 16-7 win against Siena, a win that improved th...

Pelletier returns home to face UNH

By Dan Gigliotti

March 2, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports, Women's Lacrosse

Whether playing in Amherst, N.H., or Amherst, Mass., Danielle Pelletier has played lacrosse at the top of her class. On Wednesday, she and the No. 19 Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team travel to the Granite State to take...

UMass looks to remain unbeaten against BU

By Jackson Alexander

February 22, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports, Women's Lacrosse

The Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team began the season with two impressive victories, but its perfect record will be put to the test Wednesday when it faces Boston University on the road. First-year UMass coach Angela McMahon h...

UMass looks for significant non-conference victory

By Dan Gigliotti

February 22, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports, Women's Lacrosse

Success in Atlantic 10 play is not foreign to coach Angela McMahon and the Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team, but the next week could blaze a path that has evaded the Minutewomen to date. UMass (2-0) embarks on a three-game no...

Walkowiak changes position, mentality stays the same

By Stephen Sellner

February 16, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports

Mael Walkowiak is not a typical defensive midfielder for the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team.  The senior decided to replace his goalie stick for a short stick last spring, giving up his lifelong position as goalkeeper...

Minutemen poised to make national tournament

By Jay Asser

February 15, 2011

Filed under Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, Sports

It’s safe to say that the end of the 2010 season left a bitter taste in the mouths of the Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team. After beginning last year with seven wins in its first nine games, UMass dropped four of its final ...