Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass slides out of playoff spot after managing just one point at UNH

By Patrick Strohecker

March 4, 2013

Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

With only one weekend left in the regular season, the Massachusetts hockey team is on the outside looking in for the playoffs. After entering the weekend with a one-point advantage over Maine for the eighth and final playoff spot, the ...

UMass rides three-game winning streak into matchup at BU

By Patrick Strohecker

February 27, 2013

Filed under Sports, Women's Lacrosse

Four games into the young season, everything seems to be coming together for the No. 14 Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team. Coming off their third straight win, an 18-9 clobbering at New Hampshire on Saturday, the M...

UNH blanks Maine, BU rallies late

By Joey Saade

November 7, 2012

Filed under Hockey, Sports

The New Hampshire hockey team wasted no time getting back on the winning track, topping Maine, 4-0, in Orono, Maine, on Sunday. Wildcats senior forward Austin Block chipped in with two goals while goalkeeper Casey DeSmith s...

Darren Rowe’s overtime goal lifts UMass to win over UNH

By Cameron McDonough

November 3, 2012

Filed under Hockey, Sports, Winter Sports

With his team facing a power play opportunity in overtime, Massachusetts hockey coach John Micheletto called a timeout to draw up what he hoped would be the game-winning goal. The play would start with an all-important fa...

UMass hockey continues tough schedule against New Hampshire, BC

By Cameron McDonough

November 2, 2012

Filed under Hockey, Sports

This weekend, the Massachusetts hockey team’s challenging early-season schedule continues with matchups against two teams ranked within the top nine in the country. The Minutemen kick off their stretch on Friday night ...

Minutemen hope to change road fortunes at UNH

By Patrick Strohecker

September 14, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Men's Soccer, Sports

The road has been unkind to the Massachusetts men’s soccer team so far this season. Halfway through a season-long four game road trip, the Minutemen (2-2-1) have been unable to crack the code of winning on the road. After dropping two straight one-goal games to...

New documentary gives voice to the bullied

By Chelsie Field

April 24, 2012

Filed under Local News, News

  It’s affected 13 million American kids this year – and it’s playing at a theater near you. Directed by award-winning filmmaker and Hampshire College graduate Lee Hirsch and produced by Cynthia Lowen, a gradu...

CAA ends weekend with three-way tie for 1st place

By Clinton Angus

November 9, 2011

Filed under Football, Sports

After the dust settled from another weekend of football in the Colonial Athletic Association, the conference is feeling top-heavy with a three-way tie for first place. Currently, Maine, New Hampshire and Towson each have 5-1...

Despite snow, Minutewomen prepare for Big Green Invitational

By Cameron McDonough

November 1, 2011

Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Massachusetts tennis team will return to the courts this weekend after a week of practice ruined by weather in Hanover, N.H. to participate in the three-day Big Green Invitational. The majority of the Minutewomen have not play...

Schedule of events announced for Colonial Clash

By Steve Levine

October 19, 2011

Filed under Football, Sports

Saturday’s second annual Colonial Clash against New Hampshire will mark the second and last time the Massachusetts football team will play at Gillette Stadium before the Minutemen make it their home for next year’s campaign. The ...

W&M, Towson earn wins over fellow ranked teams

By Nick Canelas

October 17, 2011

Filed under Conference Notebooks

With a number of teams in the Football Championship Subdivision Top 25 either staying put or improving their ranking with convincing wins, close games and upsets were hard to come by. The exceptions to that were New Hampshire and Delaw...