Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Minutewomen look to continue A-10 success

By Patrick Strohecker

February 13, 2013

Filed under Archives, Sports, Women's Lacrosse

Over the last four seasons, the Massachusetts women’s lacrosse team has been nearly unbeatable in conference play, thanks in large part to its early non-conference schedules. “With having all of our non-conference game...

Freddie Riley thriving with new attitude, basketball mentality

By Stephen Sellner

January 29, 2013

Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports

During Sunday’s win over Richmond, Massachusetts men’s basketball starting guard Freddie Riley was tacked with the assignment of neutralizing Spiders’ leading-scorer Darien Brothers. Brothers came into the game shooting lights ou...

Video highlights: UMass men’s hoops sprints past Richmond

By Peter Cappiello

January 28, 2013

Filed under Highlight Reels, Sports Multimedia, Web-Exclusive

The Massachusetts men’s basketball team didn’t allow a field goal in the final six minutes to come back and hold off Richmond, 70-65, Sunday at the Mullins Center. UMass men's basketball vs Richmond from Daily Collegian on Vime...

No. 16 Richmond favorite to defend A-10 title

By Matt Levine

November 1, 2012

Filed under Archives, Fall Sports, Field Hockey, Sports

The 16th-ranked Richmond field hockey team has claimed the No. 1 seed in the Atlantic 10 tournament, which begins Friday at Garber Field, for the second straight season. Last year, Richmond rolled through the A-10 tournament, pitching...

Minutewomen open tournament with finals rematch

By Jeffrey Okerman

November 1, 2012

Filed under Archives, Fall Sports, Sports, Women's Soccer

When the dust settled on the final day of regular season play, the Massachusetts women’s soccer team found itself tied for seventh-place in the Atlantic 10 standings with both Charlotte and Richmond. However, to the delight of the Minu...

A-10 soccer: Musketeers blow late lead, settle with draw

By Michael Downs

October 16, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Men's Soccer

Despite enjoying a comfortable 2-0 lead heading into the later stages of its contest against Dayton on Friday night, the Xavier men’s soccer team mustered a 2-2 draw after surrendering two late goals in a 42-second span. The Flyers (7-3-1, 1-1-1 Atl...

UMass field hockey drops A-10 opener to No. 22 Richmond

By Matt Levine

October 9, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Field Hockey, Sports

After dropping its Atlantic 10 opener in a 1-0 defeat to rival No. 22 Richmond on Saturday, Massachusetts field hockey coach Carla Tagliente refused to allow her team to hang their heads. “It is disappointing to have the loss, but i...

UMass travels to face A-10 foe Richmond

By Matt Levine

October 5, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Field Hockey, Sports

The Massachusetts field hockey team has one goal for Saturday’s Atlantic 10 opener: defeat the team that snapped last season’s 15-game winning streak. The No. 22 Spiders snapped the Minutewomen’s winning streak with a...

Temple falls at home, Richmond loses late

By Jason Kates

September 12, 2012

Filed under Archives, Field Hockey, Sports

The Temple field hockey team fell to 2-3 on the season, losing to No. 8 Penn State at home, 5-1, on Saturday. Senior Kelsey Amy led the charge for the Nittany Lions (5-2), tallying two goals and an assist. Also scoring for Penn State were juniors Brittany Grzywacz and Ashtin Klingler, and so...

Massachusetts in a league of its own

By Cameron McDonough

April 26, 2012

Filed under Sports, Spring Sports, Women's Lacrosse

This weekend, the four best Atlantic 10 women’s lacrosse teams will head to Richmond, Va., where they will play for the Atlantic 10 Women’s Lacrosse Championship and a berth in the NCAA tournament. The presumed favorite...

Defending A-10 champion Richmond struggles against Davidson

By Nick Canelas

November 16, 2011

Filed under Men's Basketball

Despite opening its season with a 66-56 win at home over American, the Richmond men's basketball team could not do the same on the road against Davidson, falling, 74-61, thanks in large part to Jake Cohen's 22 point performance. Cohen was one of four Wildcats (2-0) to scor...

Minutemen still struggling in homecoming games; turnovers hurt Hill

By Michael Wood

November 6, 2011

Filed under Football

Homecoming has long been a sacred tradition in college football across the nation, but the Massachusetts football team hasn’t enjoyed much success on its homecoming days in the past. Last year against Richmond, UMass s...