UMass Athletics

PODCAST: Bob Goodhue Interview

University of Massachusetts interim athletic director Bob Goodhue stopped by the UMass Sports Network radio booth during halftime of the men's basketball win over La Salle on Sunday, February 8 at the Mullins Center to discuss the AD search process and his time at UMass.

MBB Recaps From Sunday's 66-59 Win Over La Salle

The UMass men's basketball team continued to get contributions from a variety of players and Sunday was no different. Donte Clark sparked the offense in the first half, making all six of his field goals, including four 3-pointers before finishing with 23 points and a career-high seven rebounds, while the front court tandem of Cady Lalanne and Maxie Esho had 11 points each in the team's 66-59 win over La Salle. That's four-straight W's for the squad as they get ready to make a trip the western NY and face St. Bonaventure Wednesday night.


Post Game Interview:

Collegian: @UMassTennis earns first win of 2015 against Quinnipiac

Philip Sanzo of the Daily Collegian has a recap of UMass tennis' win over Quinnipiac on Saturday and the loss at Boston College on Friday. Head coach Judy Dixon says she was impressed with the team's turn-around from Friday to Saturday as several members of the team could not compete due to having the flu.

Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has a Q&A with UMass football recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach Spencer Whipple. The pair discuss the workings of recruiting for UMass along with what recruits are looking for when choosing to sign with the Minutemen.

Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has a story today where he get the thoughts of men's basketball coach Derek Kellogg and football coach Mark Whipple on the departure of athletic director John McCutcheon. McCutcheon's 11-year tenure will come to an end on Feb. 20 at UMass as he takes over at UC Santa Barbara.

Coverage Of @UMassHockey's Win Over #12/11 UMass Lowell

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The UMass hockey team built a 4-0 lead and rolled to a 5-2 win over nationally-ranked UMass Lowell last night at the Mullins Center.

Several news outlets had coverage of the win:

Collegian: UMass hockey silences UMass Lowell in 5-2 victory
Collegian: Youth at the forefront of UMass hockey's recent surge
Boston Herald: Frank Vatrano, UMass dismantle UML

Also check out the highlights and postgame press conference from UMass Sports Network:

MBB Gameday Preview: La Salle, 2/8/15

It's game day in Western Massachusetts as the UMass Minutemen host to La Salle Explorers on Sunday afternoon.

UMass (13-9, 6-3 A-10) vs. La Salle (13-9, 5-4 A-10)
Game InfoSunday, Feb. 8, 4:00 p.m. ET
LocationAmherst, Mass. (Mullins Center)
Tickets Click Here
Televisionwatch CBS Sports Network | CBS Sports Network Channel Finder
Online Videowatch None
Listen UMass Sports Network | Affiliates | Desktop Stream | Mobile TuneIn App
Live Statsgametracker GameTracker
Game NotesUMass Game Notes Get Acrobat Reader | La Salle Game Notes Get Acrobat Reader
Social Media Game Day Blog  @MassAthletics |  @UMassBasketball

Philip Sanzo of the Daily Collegian has a look at the UMass tennis team's path to the Atlantic 10 Championship this year and what head coach Judy Dixon thinks it will take for her team to reach the championship match again in 2015.

Arthur Hayden of the Daily Collegian has a preview of the spring schedule for the UMass tennis team after what head coach Judy Dixon called a strong fall campaign. The Minutewomen are looking to keep their status as one of the elite programs in the Atlantic 10 after reaching the semifinals of the championship tournament in each of the last three seasons.

Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has a story focusing on what the University is looking for in its next Athletic Director to replace outgoing John McCutcheon. Bob Goodhue has been named the interim Athletic Director as the search takes place. Search committee chairman and Vice Chancellor for University Relations John Kennedy says the next permanent A.D. will need to be the face of the program with a vision for the future.