Ana Yrazusta named Most Outstanding Rookie Performer; Judy Dixon named Coach Of The Year.
The UMass field hockey program hosted its annual year-end celebration at Amherst Brewing Company on Saturday, April 25.
Members of the rowing team volunteered at the Ice Stars for Wounded Warriors event, which raised money for injured veterans and their families
As part of his internship with the UMass Media Relations, former Minuteman Frank Vatrano is blogging and sharing his experiences and first impressions of professional hockey.
In the final game at McGuirk Stadium for seniors Amy Tiernan, Rachel Vallarelli, and Morgan Walker, UMass defeated GW 18-11 to finish 8-0 in A-10 play
Groleau, Peters and McNaughton captured first-place finishes for UMass. Results |
The Minutewomen claimed the top spot in five of eight field events. Results |
UMass is the No. 4 seed in the CAA Championship and faces host-Fairfield at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 30.
The teams will play a DH on Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m. The games will be broadcast on UMassAthletics.com via SportsJuice, beginning at 10:50 a.m.
UMass suffered a 10-9 setback to Delaware during 2015 Senior Night at Garber Field on Saturday evening.
The Minutewomen improved to 15-1 (7-0 Atlantic 10) with 14-3 win over Richmond Friday to clinch A-10 regular season title
UMass celebrates the accomplishments of our student-athletes on Monday, April 27 with the 2nd Annual SAMY Awards!