Since he signed with UMass football through Team Impact, six-year-old Jared Currier has continued to inspire his teammates
UMass led from wire-to-wire to capture it's first-ever Terrier Invitational title over the weekend.
The move is being made in the interest of travel safety for fans and the teams in regards to the anticipated winter storm that is expected to blanket much of Western Massachusetts on Wednesday.
Alessandro Bomprezzi completed the Terrier Invitational with one of the top performances in the country, winning the 1650 Free with an NCAA B Standard time of 15:27.33.
All four hit left-handed with three possessing triple threat ability at the plate - hit, slap and bunt - and one is a pure power hitter. Additionally, each signee has been accepted into the university's Commonwealth Honors College.
UMass QB Blake Frohanpfel was picked by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston as the best New England offensive player for 2014.
Head Coach Mark Whipple spoke with members of the media Monday morning as part of the Mid-American Conference Weekly Teleconference.
Football season winds down and three UMass teams make in impact in the community on Episode 7 of UMass Sports Insider on CSNNE.
UMass women's basketball fell to Florida State, 73-47 in Denton, Texas, on Sunday afternoon.
Freshman Oliver Wyeth set the school record in the 100 Backstroke on Saturday.
UMass placed at least two swimmers in the top three of all five individual races, including a sweep in the 100 Backstroke and a near sweep in the 100 Breaststroke.