UMass earned a 12-9 victory over Drexel Saturday afternoon in their return to Garber Field.
The Minutewomen took a commanding 4-0 semifinal win to reach the Atlantic 10 Championship Title Match on Sunday.
The rising junior, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia native, contributed 24 points for the Minutemen in 2014-15.
Vatrano named Team MVP, Power, Kravchenko, Walsh and Yevenko also recognized.
The UMass women's rowing team picked up a pair of silver medals in a four-team meet with Boston University, Northeastern, and Brown Saturday morning on the Charles River in Boston.
Redshirt freshman Logan Laurent split the uprights on a 31-yard field goal as time expired to give Team UMass a 13-10 come-from-behind victory in the Massachusetts football spring game.
Nine Minutewomen combined for 16 goals on only 33 shots, including hat tricks from Katie Ott and Erika Eipp, as UMass women's lacrosse defeated Saint Joseph's, 16-9 at Sweeney Field in Philadelphia, Pa., Friday evening. Eipp, who scored on each of her three shots, led the attack with a career-high-tying five points as she also registered a pair of assists during play against the Hawks.
Yrazusta's win at No. 2 singles clinches quarterfinal win for UMass for fourth straight trip to A-10 Semifinals.
Fresh off their home meet with Connecticut Thursday, the UMass women's rowing team will travel to Boston for a four-school meet with Boston University, Northeastern, and Brown on Saturday. The meet will begin with the Varsity Eight race at 9 a.m.
The Minutewomen will face six teams that reached the NCAA Tournament in 2014.
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The Minutewomen head to Saint Joseph's on Friday night and La Salle on Sunday morning in final road trip of season.
Kris Horn highlighted with a first place finish that set a new all-time UMass program record in the decathlon.
Bridget Deveau and Julia Witt had strong personal performances at the Holy Cross Invitational with Deveau taking the win at 4,597 points.