Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass women’s soccer falls to No. 6 UCLA in opener

By Jeffrey Okerman

August 19, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Women's Soccer

A strong performance against No. 6 UCLA ended in defeat for the Massachusetts women’s soccer team at Rudd Field on Sunday afternoon. Moa Mattsson scored the first UMass (0-1) goal of the season, but strikes from Kodi Lavrusky an...

Key weekend for No.10 Minutewomen

By Jeffrey Okerman

April 12, 2012

Filed under Sports, Women's Lacrosse

With the spring collegiate season creeping into the mid-April weeks, the postseason is right around the corner. Though Atlantic 10 conference play only recently began, the season is undoubtedly in its latter stages. The ...

Women’s lacrosse looks to tame Terriers

By Jeffrey Okerman

February 21, 2012

Filed under Women's Lacrosse

This past Saturday in its season opener, the Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team left the field with a 10-goal victory under its belt. Not a bad way to start off the season. But later today, the Minutewomen will look...

Women’s lacrosse scorer Ferris continues last season’s success

By Cameron McDonough

February 21, 2012

Filed under Archives

The Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team has been relying on old habits with sophomore attacker Katie Ferris being the top scorer. And so far, it’s working. While Ferris is coming off of an impressive freshman cam...

McMahon enters second season at helm of women’s lacrosse

By Jeffrey Okerman

February 16, 2012

Filed under Sports, Spring Sports, Women's Lacrosse

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 | Asser: Lacrosse teams a great source of UMass pride | Scribner: Everybod...

Asser: Lacrosse teams a great source of UMass pride

By Jay Asser

February 16, 2012

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

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 | Scribner: E...

Women’s lacrosse is returning the bulk of its roster

By Cameron McDonough

February 16, 2012

Filed under Sports, Spring Sports, Women's Lacrosse

Check out more from the Collegian’s Lacrosse Special Issue: UMass lacrosse shy away from NCAA | McMahon enters second season at helm of women’s lacrosse | Asser: Lacrosse teams a great source of UMass pride | Scribner: Ever...

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...

Rebounds the difference in UM loss to Bonnies

By Cameron McDonough

February 9, 2012

Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

The Massachusetts women’s basketball team had plenty of opportunities at pulling off the upset against heavily-favored No. 25 St. Bonaventure, but the overpowering presence of the Bonnies in the paint was too much to over...

Closely-contested loss to top Explorers displays UMass improvements

By David Martin

October 17, 2011

Filed under Women's Soccer

In its 3-2 overtime loss against La Salle at Rudd Field on Sunday afternoon, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team proved that it has everything it takes to compete with the best schools of the Atlantic 10. The Minutewomen...

Matz inspires improved play on both sides of the ball

By David Martin

September 6, 2011

Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

In soccer, there are two time-honored philosophies used to approach the game.  One claims that the best offense is a good defense, while the other boasts that the best defense is a strong offense. If you asked that question...

Minutewomen keep turning it over

By Michael Wood

February 1, 2011

Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

In order to score, you need to have possession of the ball. In order to keep possession of the ball, you can’t turn it over. Just like football, hockey or soccer, one of the most important statistics in a basketball gam...