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Andrew Cyr of the Daily Collegian has a feature story on Angela McMahon recording her 100th career win as a head women's lacrosse coach. In her 5th year at UMass, 81 of those wins have coming coaching the Minutewomen. Senior Katie Ott and junior Anne Farnham talk about the relationship that coach McMahon builds with her players and how that breeds success.

Head Coach Angela McMahon advises her players from the sidelines. (Robert Rigo/Daily Collegian)

Mark Chiarelli of the Daily Collegian has a recap of the UMass Football Pro Day that was held at McGuirk Stadium yesterday. Nearly two dozen players were on hand to perform in front of over 20 NFL scouts. Jean Sifrin was the top player on hand as he improved on the marks he set at the recent NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

Collegian: @UMassTennis keeps on rolling, downs Albany 5-2

Philip Sanzo of the Daily Collegian has a recap of the UMass tennis team's 5-2 win over Albany on Saturday. The win keeps UMass unbeaten at home (6-0) this year, was the Minutewomen's 10th win of the year, and moved senior Chanel Glasper one win away from tying the program's record for career singles victories.

(Robert Rigo/Daily Collegian)

Coverage Of @UMassLacrosse Win Over George Mason

Matthew Zackman of the Daily Collegian has a recap of the UMass women's lacrosse team's 17-7 win over George Mason on Sunday as the Minutewomen opened Atlantic 10 play with a 2-0 record over the weekend. UMass also defeated Duquesne on Friday.

Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has a feature on the key role Tajae Sharpe will have on the development of freshman wide receiver Lamarriel Taylor. They gray shirt freshman figures to be the heir-apparent to Sharpe's record setting performances on offense.

Dan Malone of MassLive.com has an update from spring practice on how the tough end of the 2014 season has been serving as motivation for the UMass football team throughout winter workouts and in spring camp. That combined with the realization that the pieces are in place for success have the team energized for the upcoming season.

Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has an update from spring practice for the UMass football team where the focus is on winning the MAC Championship and playing in a bowl game next season. Jovan Santos-Knox, Randall Jette and Trey Dudley-Giles all say the ingredients for success are there for the Minutemen.

PREVIEW: Men's Lacrosse at No. 18/18 Towson

The University of Massachusetts faces its second Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) contest of the season at No. 18 nationally ranked Towson (6-3 overall, 0-0 CAA) on Saturday, March 28 at Noon. The squad is on a three-game winning streak and is looking to bounce back from back-to-back losses to the Tigers, one each in the previous two seasons. Below is a preview covering the game:

University of Massachusetts Men's Lacrosse Game Notes
Game Nine Massachusetts (3-5 overall, 1-0 CAA) at #18/18 Towson (6-3, 0-0)
Date | Time Saturday, March 28, 2015 | Noon
Location Johnny Unitas Stadium (11,198) | Towson, Md.
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Series History Tied, 4-4. Last meeting: Towson 6, UMass 5; April 5, 2014
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Scouting Towson Men's Lacrosse
Towson men's lacrosse holds a 6-3 overall record entering its first CAA competition of the season. The squad has played well away from home with a 4-1 mark in road games, but is just 2-2 at Johnny Unitas Stadium in 2015. After the squad suffered a three-overtime loss at Navy, 8-7, on March 3, Towson rebounded with wins in three of the last four games, including a 9-8 win at Binghamton on March 21 in its latest action.

Towson relies heavily on four members of the offense to put up points, led by Joe Seider's 24 via 20 goals and four assists. Ryan Drenner adds 21 (12 goals, nine assists) ahead of Spencer Parks' 20 through 13 goals and seven assists. Andrew Hodgson rounds out the quartet with 19 points on 15 goals and four assists. These four Tigers are responsible for 84 of the 113 points recorded through nine games (74.3 percent) while the next-highest scorers have five points each (Max Siskind, Greg Cuccinello and Justin Mabus). However, the Tigers are without Hodgson's services as the redshirt-senior midfielder will miss the remainder of the year due to injury.

Tyler White is in his redshirt-junior campaign - the second for the Elmira Heights, N.Y., native as the starting goalie. White held foes to 63 tallies over the first nine games of the year for a 7.20 goals-against average. He also owns the highest save percentage among CAA goalies at .568 alongside his league-best GAA.

Last Meeting: Towson 6, UMass 5; April 5, 2014
The No. 11 UMass men's lacrosse team suffered a heartbreaking setback at home on Garber Field as the squad dropped a 6-5 decision to Towson. Zach Oliveri provided 13 saves in goal while Bob Fahey led the close defense with three caused turnovers and as many groundballs. Nick Mariano tallied twice on attack to pace the UMass offense.

Grant Whiteway opened scoring in the game less than four minutes in, but the Tigers answered with back-to-back-to-back scores to push ahead, 3-1 entering the second.

The Minutemen were unable to overcome the early deficit despite cutting to within one of tying on four occasions the remainder of the way. Jeff George scored the final goal of the game with four minutes, 52 seconds left in the third, which made it a 6-5 game, but neither side converted in the final frame.

More on the program is available on UMassAthletics.com.

UMass men's lacrosse puts its three-game winning streak on the line with a trip to No. 18 nationally ranked Towson this weekend. The Minutemen challenge the Tigers at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Maryland, at Noon on Saturday, March 28. Daily Collegian reporter Jason Kates caught up with head coach Greg Cannella to discuss the contest for a preview.

UMass lacrosse looks for fourth straight victory versus Towson | Jason Kates, Daily Collegian

More on the program can be found through UMassAthletics.com.

Earlier this week Ross Gienieczko had this piece on UMass baseball sophomore catcher Matt Bare who excelled in his first collegiate action last week.

Read: Matt Bare excelling when called upon for UMass baseball

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