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In today's Daily Collegian, Ross Gienieczko has a preview of UMass baseball's next two contests. The Minutemen play at Connecticut this afternoon at 3 p.m. and vs. Boston College at Fenway Park on Wednesday night for the Beanpot Championship.

Read: UMass baseball set for UConn, Beanpot title vs. BC

Adam Aucoin of the Daily Collegian was at Sunday's UMass-St. Bonaventure series finale and reported on all three games. UMass went 6-1 on the week, including 5-0 in Atlantic 10 play that saw the Minutewomen climb form ninth to sixth in the standings with two weeks remaining in the regular-season.


INTERVIEWS: Men's lacrosse postgame vs. Drexel (April 18, 2015)

Head coach Greg Cannella, senior short-stick defensive midfielder Brendan Schroeder and redshirt-sophomore midfielder Dan Muller spoke to the media about returning to Garber Field and winning over Drexel after the 12-9 victory on Saturday afternoon. Hear their thoughts on both topics:

More on the victory and on UMass men's lacrosse is available through UMassAthletics.com.

At halftime of the men's lacrosse game against Drexel, Ryan Bamford spoke with Adam Frenier about watching lacrosse for the first time in four years and what his first few weeks on the job will be like. He begins as UMass' full time AD on April 27th.

VIDEO: @UMassSportsNet Highlights From 2015 Spring Game

The UMass Sports Net put up highlights of the UMass football spring game after Friday's conclusion to spring practice. While seven key players were held out of the game, there were several exciting plays throughout the course of the night that brought fans to their feet.
 
The Daily Hampshire Gazette led off its Weekend College Round-Up section with a recap of the UMass women's tennis team's hard-luck loss in the Atlantic 10 Championship match on Sunday afternoon. Down 3-0, it looked as if the Minutewomen were in the midst of a terrific come-back rally holding leads in the four remaining singles matches. An injury to senior Chanel Glasper, however, ended her match pre-maturely to give the fourth, and championship-winning, point to VCU.

HIGHLIGHTS: UMass men's lacrosse vs. Drexel

The University of Massachusetts men's lacrosse team returned to Garber Field in style with a 12-9 victory over Drexel on Saturday afternoon. Brendan Hegarty and Dan Muller provided hat tricks while Zach Oliveri backstopped the win with 14 saves in the cage. It marked head coach Greg Cannella's 300th game leading the program.

More on the win and the Minuteman program is available on UMassAthletics.com.

Andrew Cyr of the Daily Collegian has a recap of Sunday's win at La Salle for the UMass women's lacrosse team. Despite jumping out to a 10-0 lead and holding an 11-2 lead at halftime, the Minutewomen saw a terrific rally from the Explorers in the second half which Coach McMahon said serves as a reminder to the team that the six-time conference champs are going to get everyone's best shot this late into the season.

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Andrew Cyr from the Daily Collegian takes a look at several areas of the UMass football team that looked good during the Friday's Spring Game and several areas that he thinks will need to be focused on during the off-season.

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Mark Chiarelli of the Daily Collegian has a story on the move to tight end for A.J. Doyle - a transition which happened just a week prior to the spring game. Doyle will continue to play quarterback, a position where he started in 2013, but could see meaningful time at tight end this fall as well.

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