Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Gurley returns to form against Saint Joseph’s

By Herb Scribner

February 23, 2011

Filed under Men's Basketball

Anthony Gurley’s slump may be over. On Wednesday night at the Mullins Center, Gurley returned to his scoring ways with a game-high 22 points, but also moved into 17th all-time in UMass scoring history (1,259 points). Gurley passed Doug ...

Minutemen schedule lightens against Hawks

By Herb Scribner

February 3, 2011

Filed under Men's Basketball

After being covered in 3-pointers in its 69-53 loss to Saint Louis on Wednesday, the Massachusetts men’s basketball team is in need of a confidence booster. “You’ve got to find a way to win on the road,” guard Anthony Gurl...

La Salle wins overtime thriller, Duquesne rolls

By Stephen Hewitt

January 31, 2011

Filed under Conference Notebooks

After a three-point advantage at halftime on Sunday afternoon, the Duquesne men’s basketball team pulled away in the second frame to stay undefeated in Atlantic 10 play, beating Dayton 82-64 at the CONSOL Energy Center.           Senior...

Minutewomen drop close game against Hawks

By Michael Wood

January 23, 2011

Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

After a convincing victory against Saint Louis last Wednesday, the Massachusetts women’s basketball team blew a double-digit lead and dropped its latest game against Saint Joseph’s, 72-68, on Saturday. “We’ve just got to lea...

Atlantic 10 predictions

By Adam Miller

November 16, 2010

Filed under Men's Basketball

Also see: Predictions from around the A-10 Last season, we got a chance to see the potential of the Atlantic 10 with as many as six teams on the bubble of making the NCAA tournament at the end of the season. This year, the A-...

Minutewomen familiar with role as underdog host

By Pete Vasquez

November 4, 2010

Filed under Field Hockey

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...

Minutemen head on road to face conference foes

By Steve Levine

October 21, 2010

Filed under Men's Soccer

The Massachusetts soccer team looks to continue its hot start into conference play when it heads to Philadelphia, Penn. this weekend for games against Temple and Saint Joseph’s. After a 3-3-6 start to the season, the...

Minutemen faring well away from Rudd Field

By Herb Scribner

October 21, 2010

Filed under Men's Soccer

Away games are generally considered to be tougher than playing at home. Dealing with opposing fans, someone else’s turf, there’s a slew of factors that typically make away games tougher for squads. For the Massachu...

Minutewomen celebrate seniors in final home weekend of season

By Pete Vasquez

October 21, 2010

Filed under Field Hockey

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

Filed under Field Hockey

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 continues Atlantic 10 play this weekend

By Michael Counos

October 21, 2010

Filed under Women's Soccer

The Massachusetts women’s soccer team will return to action this weekend for Atlantic 10 matchups against Temple and Saint Joseph’s. The contests wrap up the Minutewomen’s regular season schedule at home in which...

McCreight leads SJU to wins

By Stephen Hewitt

September 21, 2010

Filed under Conference Notebooks

Following a dismal 1-4 start to its season, the Saint Joseph’s field hockey team seems to be back on track, due in large part to the play of forward Nicole McCreight.          McCreight locked up the award as th...