Coach Cal led the Minutemen to 193 victories and five NCAA Tournament appearances from 1988-96, including the 1995-96 Final Four appearance.
Minutemen and defending champion Rams meet Thursday (2 PM) at George Mason Stadium.
The Minutemen have 27 alumni currently playing professionally around the globe in eight different countries.
Minutewomen host Kent State at the Gladchuck Sports Complex on Nov. 11 for a 2p.m. game.
Fans are invited to join head coach John Micheletto and forwards Ray Pigozzi and Kurt Keats live from The Hangar Pub and Grill in Amherst on Tuesday.
Freshman defender earns league accolades after netting game-winning goal against Fordham.
The Langley, British Columbia native has earned the honor for the second time this season.
UMass and Eastern Michigan square off at Rynearson Stadium on ESPN3 at 3 p.m., Nov. 14.
The Bud Light UMass Men's Basketball Radio Show begins its 2015-16 slate Monday at the Hangar.
Field hockey hosts Kent State in the NCAA Play-In Round at 2 p.m., Wed., Nov. 11 at the Gladchuck Sports Complex
Anna Woosley and Arielle Griffin each pick up wins for the Minutewomen on Sunday.
UMass rowing wrapped up its 2015 fall season at the novice-only Green Monster regatta on Sunday.
The Minutemen’s line of Plevy, Kravchenko and Trento combined for nine points in the victory. Box Score |
Katie Polk and Nolan Burns have season-best efforts on one-meter board Saturday afternoon.
Katie Polk and Nolan Burns have season-best efforts on one-meter board on Saturday afternoon.
Ruth Crawford, Carol Benito, Arielle Griffin, and Brittany Collens all pick up wins in singles play.
Melanie Kreusch's two goals, assist springs Minutewomen to team's 15th A-10 Championship title.
Jamal Wilson rushed for a touchdown but UMass football fell to Akron, 17-13, at Gillette Stadium Saturday.