Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Minutewomen aid last season issues in early part of 2011 campaign

By Scott Cournoyer

September 18, 2011

The Massachusetts women’s soccer team has found success by plugging up areas of need. Through its first seven regular season games, UMass has found, for now, potential solutions to long term issues. One point of emphasis was ...

Defense secures 3 points against No. 20 Terriers

By David Martin

September 11, 2011

On Sunday afternoon at Rudd Field, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team’s game against No. 20 Boston University wasn’t exactly an offensive showcase by the Minutewomen. After all, they had three shots to combat the Terrier...

Minutewomen take on Bonnies in A-10 tournament Thursday

By Michael Counos

November 3, 2010

For the 11th time in team history, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team has made the Atlantic 10 tournament, as it squares off with St. Bonaventure this Thursday. UMass finished the season 8-10 and 5-4 in A-10 play en ...

Cota back to being starter in goal for Minutewomen

By Michael Counos

October 28, 2010

Sophomore Emily Cota has retaken her position as the starting goaltender for the Massachusetts women’s soccer team, recording two shutouts this past weekend at Rudd Field. UMass coach Ed Matz has enjoyed the luxury of being...

Offense, defense making Cota’s job more difficult

By Michael Counos

September 22, 2010

The Massachusetts women’s soccer team is currently on a two-game slide after dropping their most recent matches to Michigan and Oakland on the road. Sophomore goaltender Emily Cota has played well between the pipes for the Minutewomen,...

Minutewomen win twice over weekend

By David Martin

September 12, 2010

The Massachusetts women’s soccer team put on a stunning offensive show on the road against Fairfield that ended with a 4-0 victory on Sunday. The Stags (3-3-0) found themselves on the wrong end of a game that saw junior Deanna...

Faster pace paying off for Minutewomen

By Michael Counos

September 12, 2010

A large part of the Massachusetts women’s soccer team’s success this season has been its new-look offensive attack. Playing fast-paced and much more aggressive under new coach Ed Matz, the Minutewomen are 2-2-0 overall, with six goals scored through four games in the young season. Meghan Collin...

New coach brings high expectations to Minutewomen

By David Martin

September 6, 2010

- Click here for our coverage of UMass' season-opening win over Vermont. With a new coaching administration, an offensively-stocked gameplan and 10 new players added to the squad, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team has a fresh start for the 2010 campaign. “We...