Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass football hosts Akron hoping for a win on Senior Day

By Nick Canelas

November 14, 2013

Akron will always have a special place in Massachusetts football history. It was the team the Minutemen beat on the road last season for their first-ever Football Bowl Subdivision victory, and marked UMass coach Charle...

Video Highlights: UMass field hockey shines on Senior Day

By Jesse Mayfield Sheehan

October 21, 2013

The Minutewomen defeated Saint Joseph's 9-1 while honoring their six seniors on Senior Day. Here are the highlights. ...

UMass field hockey shines on Senior Day

By Jesse Mayfield Sheehan

October 21, 2013

The No. 10 Massachusetts field hockey team honored its six seniors by giving them all the start on Senior Day on Sunday. The team followed up by defeating Saint Joseph’s by a score of 9-1. The Minutewomen paid tribu...

Minutewomen finish season with loss on Senior Day

By Jeffrey Okerman

March 4, 2013

Senior Day at the Mullins Center was celebrated by the bookend classes of the  Massachusetts women’s basketball team. On an afternoon when Dee Montgomery and Jasmine Watson were honored for their four years of service to the team, ...

UMass field hockey full of mixed emotions after Senior Day

By Matt Levine

October 29, 2012

For the No. 18 Massachusetts field hockey team, Senior Day on Sunday afternoon at Garber Field produced joy as seven seniors took part in an emotionally charged pregame ceremony. But after the Minutewomen defeated Lock Haven,...

No. 18 UMass tops Temple, Lock Haven, extends win streak to 7

By Peter Cappiello

October 29, 2012

The Massachusetts field hockey team has caught fire. Since upsetting then-No. 1 Syracuse, 2-1, UMass (12-8, 6-1 Atlantic 10) has amassed seven consecutive wins, including victories over Temple and Lock Haven on Friday and Sunday...

Minutewomen put together goal outburst in Senior Day win

By Jeffrey Okerman

October 23, 2012

It wasn’t hard for the seniors to smile after the Massachusetts women’s soccer team dismantled a struggling George Washington team, 4-0, on Senior Day on Sunday afternoon. But those smiles came with heavy hearts, as the seniors now say goodbye to Rudd Field. UMass coach Ed Matz ...