Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Tagliente prepares offensive-minded Minutewomen against alma mater

By Staff

September 14, 2011

This weekend will pose an early-season test for the Massachusetts field hockey team as it begins a string of games against ranked opponents, facing off against Northeastern and Maryland at home. The Minutewomen will square off against...

Justine Sowry coached team to next level

By Nick O'Malley

January 18, 2011

Since Justine Sowry took the head coaching job for the Massachusetts field hockey team back in 2007, she repeated one goal: to take the program to the next level. And in four short years, she did just that. With news coming...

Jaime Bourazeris exemplifies new work ethic at UMass

By Pete Vasquez

November 16, 2010

It’s the foundation of the Massachusetts field hockey program: a fierce competitive spirit counterbalanced with a nourishing sense of sisterhood. Jaime Bourazeris embodies this foundation with her ability to harness both o...

No. 1 Maryland defeats Minutewomen

By Michael Wood

November 14, 2010

The Massachusetts field hockey team lost its opening NCAA tournament game against No. 1 Maryland, 4-2, on Friday, but if you ask anybody on the team, they’ll tell you it felt like a win. “We belong here,” UMass coach...

Minutewomen look to take advantage of second life

By Pete Vasquez

November 11, 2010

From complete devastation to absolute jubilation is how UMass coach Justine Sowry described Tuesday’s rollercoaster of a day for the Massachusetts field hockey team. After falling to Stanford, 2-1, at home in the NCAA ...

Minutewomen host Stanford in play-in game

By Michael Wood

November 8, 2010

After winning its third Atlantic 10 conference championship in four years, the Massachusetts field hockey team will host Stanford in a play-in game for the right to advance to the NCAA tournament, which begins on Saturday. The...

Field hockey wins Atlantic 10 championship over Lock Haven

By Pete Vasquez

November 7, 2010

The season-long mission finally came to fruition for the Massachusetts field hockey team late Saturday afternoon, as the Minutewomen celebrated their third Atlantic 10 championship in four years, defeating Lock Haven in th...

Minutewomen familiar with role as underdog host

By Pete Vasquez

November 4, 2010

The Massachusetts field hockey team knows this role all too well. It’s the role of the tournament-hosting team that just snuck into its own dance. That was the Minutewomen last year. They had to win their last three con...

Minutewomen celebrate seniors in final home weekend of season

By Pete Vasquez

October 21, 2010

It’s come down to the last home weekend for the Massachusetts field hockey team with what has been a very promising season thus far. Temple and Saint Joseph’s will visit Garber Field on Friday and Sunday as they take on...

Minutewomen keeping the mood light down the stretch

By Michael Wood

October 21, 2010

The Massachusetts field hockey team stands alone atop the Atlantic 10 with an undefeated 3-0 record and the confidence that it can defeat any school on any given day. Being the top team in a conference means that every othe...

UMass, Lock Haven to play for the first time

By Michael Wood

October 14, 2010

Massachusetts and Lock Haven have never met in competition before, but on Friday, Oct. 15, the top two field hockey teams in the Atlantic 10 conference will play each other at Garber Field for a chance at first place. E...

Weather possible influence for UMass game on Friday

By Michael Wood

October 14, 2010

October has arrived in Massachusetts. As students preoccupy themselves with pumpkins, candy, Halloween decorations and the flurry of color in foliage, cold temperatures have slowly begun to grip the northeast. For most,...