Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass soccer loses centerpiece, modern foundation over offseason

By Herb Scribner

September 5, 2011

It’s a chaotic mess at Rudd Field as the Massachusetts men’s soccer team prepares for its 2011 season. The Minutemen will have to deal with the loss of four senior players, three of whom brought the Maroon and White to...

Minutemen settle for another draw against Big Green

By Herb Scribner

September 29, 2010

The Massachusetts men’s soccer team salvaged a point Wednesday afternoon after a tough battle with Dartmouth, tying the Big Green 1-1 in a double overtime match. “It means another tie to our record,” UMass coach Sam Koc...

Minutemen draw again with Catamounts

By Steve Levine

September 22, 2010

If anyone were to observe the Massachusetts soccer team following its game on Wednesday, they would’ve guessed the Minutemen lost instead of tied. UMass coach Sam Koch was irritated and his players were equally disappointed...

Offensive starting to produce for Minutemen

By Herb Scribner

September 22, 2010

Since day one of the 2010 campaign, Massachusetts soccer coach Sam Koch has stressed the importance of incorporating offense into the Minutemen’s game plan. Thursday afternoon’s match against Vermont saw the culmination of...

Sam Koch and company split weekend series

By Steve Levine

September 20, 2010

If the Massachusetts men’s soccer team could’ve started off its eight-game homestand with two wins, it would have not only given the Minutemen the momentum going into the rest of their schedule, but also given coach Sam Koch...

Men’s soccer depends on freshmen for win

By Herb Scribner

September 20, 2010

For the Massachusetts men’s soccer team to earn its first win of the season, it needed two freshmen, Tyler Cleverdon and Brett Canepa, to score their first goals of their respective collegiate careers. When UMass faced ...