Massachusetts Minutewomen

Massachusetts Minutewomen

4th A10 I | 20-11
    • UMass notebook: Philadelphia Wings take D Jackson Suboch in first round of National Lacrosse League draft
      Daily Hampshire Gazette

      UMass notebook: Philadelphia Wings take D Jackson Suboch in first round of National Lacrosse League draft

      Suboch accumulated 58 groundballs, 38 caused turnovers and one assist over the last three seasons as a starter. His 38 caused turnovers are the most among active players and are tied for the 10th-most in program history. UMass sophomore attack Scott Del Zotto with taken 77th overall in the fifth round by the Toronto Rock.

    • Massachusetts Daily Collegian

      Sam Breen granted extra year of NCAA eligibility for Minutewomen basketball

      Massachusetts women’s basketball star Sam Breen has been granted an additional year of eligibility after having a waiver approved by the NCAA. Breen, who transferred to UMass from Penn State, had to sit out the Fall 2019 semester due to NCAA transfer rules but still led the Minutewomen in scoring average and rebounding last season. It has been quite the college basketball journey for Sam Breen,” head coach Tory Verdi said via press release.

    • Massachusetts Daily Collegian

      McGee: Most successful professional athletes from UMass

      He went on to play for 18 years and won the 1979 American League Cy Young Award, with a record of 23-9 which led the majors in wins that season. He also helped the Orioles win the 1983 World Series and contributed one inning of relief in a combined no hitter on July 13, 1991. What I find the oddest about his accolades though is that he was named an All-Star in 1978, the year before his Cy Young season, but not in 1979 when he won the award.