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The UMass women's soccer team capped off its 2014 home schedule with a 2-0 win over Duquesne on Senior Day this past Sunday. Frank Corona covered the match for the Daily Collegian.

Read: UMass women's soccer's offense shines in 2-0 victory over Duquesne

The UMass women's soccer team opened its 2-0-0 weekend with a victory against St. Bonaventure on Friday afternoon on Rudd Field. Arthur Hayden recapped the match for the Daily Collegian.

Read: UMass women's soccer breaks through against St. Bonaventure

Collegian: UMass hockey splits weekend series in Boston

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Anthony Chiusano has a recap in today's Daily Collegian of UMass hockey's weekend split in Boston with Northeastern and #6 Boston College.

Read: UMass hockey splits weekend series in Boston

Coverage and Recaps of @UMassFootball 42-35 Loss At Toledo

Coverage Of UMass Hockey's Win At Northeastern

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In case you missed it, UMass picked up its first Hockey East win of the season last night at Northeastern, defeating the Huskies, 3-2 at Matthews Arena.

Several news outlets had coverage of the victory:
Boston Herald: UMass stops Northeastern
USCHO.com: Auvenshine's third-period goal gives Massachusetts a win over Northeastern
Daily Collegian: UMass Hockey Downs Northeastern, 3-2

Also, check out the highlights and Coach Micheletto's postgame press conference below:

Game Day Coverage And Media Previews For @UMassFootball At Toledo

It's a beautiful day here in Toledo, Ohio as the Minutemen get ready to take on the Rockets at 2 PM (ESPN3). The Minutemen enter the game having won two straight, while Toledo is the only undefeated team in conference action with a 3-0 record.

 Massachusetts (2-6, 2-2 MAC) at Toledo (4-3, 3-0 MAC) 
 Date Saturday, Oct. 18 at 2:00 p.m. (ET)
 Location Toledo, Ohio | Glass Bowl (26,244)
 Tickets 866-UMASS-TIX |  Ticket Info
 TV ESPN3/ESPN Game Plan/BCSN
 Radio  105.5 FM WEEI (Springfield/Amherst), 1440 AM WVEI (Worcester), 95.9 FM WATD (South Shore), 1200 AM WXKS (Boston, Worcester, Manchester, Providence); Listen Online | Use the TuneIn App for Mobile Devices to listen
 Online Video watch www.espn3.com | WatchESPN (App)
 Live Stats gametracker Live Stats
 Social Media
  Twitter.com/UMassAthletics | Live Game Blog
 MAC Teleconference Whipple's Monday Conference Call Quotes (10/20)
 Game Notes Massachusetts Notes | Depth Chart | News Clips | 2014 Media Guide








Check out this week's Inside Hockey East Podcast with Bernie Corbett, featuring an interview with UMass hockey freshman forward Patrick Lee.

Listen: Inside Hockey East 10/24/14

Gazette: UMass puts win streak on the line against MAC leader Toledo

Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has a preview of Saturday's match-up at Toledo for the UMass football team. Vautour includes quotes from Toledo head coach Matt Campbell as he sees the Minutemen.

"Now we get ourselves into preparation for a really good UMass team that I've been thoroughly impressed with both offensively and defensively as we've been able to dig in and see the job Coach Whipple has done there," he said on Monday's MAC teleconference. "I think they're extremely well-coached, one of the best coached offenses and defenses that I've seen within our conference this year. You can see he does a great job of getting his really good players the ball and putting his players in situations to be extremely successful. You can tell the turnaround has a lot to do with their ability to get their good players the ball in space. Defensively they've had the ability to create havoc."






Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican takes a look at this weekend's match-up at Toledo for the UMass football team. Malone says this will be the most challenging game of the year for the Minutemen amongst MAC teams, but predicts a shootout on the scoreboard between UMass' high-powered pass game and the Rockets run game which is the best in the league.


Andrew MacDougall of the Boston Globe has a feature on Shadrach Abrokwah and his journey with UMass football from a walk-on to a starter. After joining UMass as a walk-on in 2013, Abrokwah started the final two games of the season turning in almost 100 yards a game. In the win over Eastern Michigan, the Worcester native had four rushing touchdowns and 135 yards to pace the Minutemen.

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