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Tri-Cities Now: Iacobellis leads UMass rally

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Steven Iacobellis' big weekend and subsequent Hockey East Player of the week and Co-UMass Athlete of the Week accolades received coverage from one of his hometown news outlets, Tri-Cities Now.

Read: Iacobellis leads UMass rally

In today's Daily Collegian, Jason Kates takes a look at the play of UMass' line of sophomores Ray Pigozzi and Steven Iacobellis and freshman Patrick Lee, who combined for 10 points in the Minutemen's win at Michigan State last Saturday.

Read: UMass' second line playing and succeeding with young talent early in the season

As the Minutemen prepare to head to Boston to face Northeastern and Boston College this weekend, Anthony Chiusano has this preview in today's Daily Collegian of the pair of matchups against Hockey East foes.

Read: UMass hockey hopes first win will propel them past Hockey East rivals

Arthur Hayden has a piece in today's Daily Collegian on how UMass women's soccer still controls its own destiny for a berth into the Atlantic 10 Tournament. The Minutewomen have two weeks and four matches left in the regular season.

Read: UMass women's soccer controls its own destiny as conference tournament approaches

Arthur Hayden has a piece in today's Daily Collegian on how UMass women's soccer still controls its own destiny for a berth into the Atlantic 10 Tournament. The Minutewomen have two weeks and four matches left in the regular season.

Read: UMass women's soccer controls its own destiny as conference tournament approaches

Matt Kinnear of Inside Lacrosse stopped by UMass women's lacrosse practice earlier this fall to check out the Minutewomen and speak with head coach Angela McMahon. While the Minutewomen graduated one of its most successful (and largest) senior classes last spring after its sixth straight Atlantic 10 Championship win, Coach McMahon feels the team has the ability to win the league again for another NCAA Tournament appearance.

(Robert Rigo/Daily Collegian)

Matthew Zackman of the Daily Collegian has a story on Lauren Allymohamed, who scored the game-winning goal against Boston University despite suffering a slash to the face earlier in the game. After she received medical treatment on the sideline, Allymohamed returned to the game and notched the game-winner in the 82nd minute.

In today's Daily Collegian, Ross Gienieczko takes a look at the contributions the freshman class has made in the early going for the Minutemen. The Class of 2018 has five of the team's eight goals on the season through the first three games.

Read: Trio of freshmen leading UMass hockey's offense early in the season

Collegian: @UMassMensSoccer deploys new formation with Keys, Jess

(Judith Gibson-Okunieff/Flickr)

Nicholas Casale of the Daily Collegian has a story on men's soccer head coach Devin O'Neill moving senior Matt Keys to forward from his normal defensive role and sophomore Josh Jess to the back row after primarily playing in the midfield. The move is intended to help jumpstart the Minutemen's offensive attack down the home stretch of the season.

(Judith Gibson-Okunieff/Daily Collegian)

Tyler Fiedler of the Daily Collegian takes a look at the roster make-up of the men's swimming and diving program which features 19 underclassmen out of 29 athletes. Swimming coach Russ Yarworth and diving coach Mandy Hixon each say that despite the relative youth, the group is talented and ready to perform at a high level which is a trademark of the program.


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