Listen to the podcast of the January 6, 2015 edition of the Bud Light UMass Hockey Show live from The Hangar in Amherst featuring head coach John Micheletto, defenseman Marc Hetnik, and goalie Henry Dill previewing a pair of home games vs. Maine.
UMass and La Salle are both looking to bounce back from disappointing conference openers last weekend. Both coaches didn't mix words in their post game remarks, saying that their teams were out hustled and outworked by their opponents. We'll find out Wednesday night at historic Tom Gola Arena which team can get the game to their style of play and be successful in that effort.
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Join head coach John Micheletto and player guests Marc Hetnik and Henry Dill tonight at 7 p.m. the Hangar Pub & Grill in Amherst for the Bud Light UMass Hockey Show. Coach Micheletto and hosts Brock Hines and Adam Frenier preview this weekend's games against Maine at the Mullins Center.
The live radio show airs from 7-8 p.m. on WHMP (AM 1400/1240, FM 96.9) in the Pioneer Valley. Additionally, fans can listen online at WHMP.com or by downloading the TuneIn Radio app on their mobile devices.
To interact with the broadcast team, tweet your questions for Coach Micheletto @UMassSportsNet or click here to "Ask the Coach". For additional information and a complete show schedule, visit our hockey radio information page.
The UMass basketball team opened Atlantic 10 play with a disappointing 69-55 loss to St. Bonaventure on Saturday. Both coaches agreed that the team that played tougher won the game. But with the way the 18-game conference schedule is laid out, there isn't time to dwell on the loss too much, with road games at La Salle (Wednesday) and George Mason (Sunday) on the horizon.
UMass basketball quick hits: Minutemen overwhelmed 69-55 by St. Bonaventure in Atlantic 10 opener | masslive.com
Five takeaways from UMass basketball's loss to St. Bonaventure: Offense can't find its rhythm in 14-point loss | masslive.com
Minutemen by the numbers: UMass basketball gives up 25 points off turnovers in loss to St. Bonaventure | masslive.com
UMass basketball stock watch: Growing momentum from recent games out the window after latest loss | masslive.com
Behind enemy lines: St. Bonaventure talks defense, keying in on Lalanne, Davis | Daily Collegian Sports
The University of Massachusetts women's basketball program starts its Atlantic 10 Conference slate with a 1 p.m. game at St. Bonaventure on Saturday, Jan. 3. Check out how to follow along with the contest below:
More on UMass women's basketball is available through UMassAthletics.com.
NFL.com writer Conor Orr has a feature story on the evolution of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The story includes quotes from UMass head coach Mark Whipple who was Roethlisberger's quarterback coach when he entered the NFL.
The Hartford Courant has a preview of tonight's UMass-UConn Hockey East matchup at the Mullins Center. The Minutemen and Huskies will meet this evening for the squads' first ever contest as Hockey East foes.
The UMass men's basketball team got a nice 87-82 win over Iona on Tuesday night, giving it some nice momentum heading into Saturday's Atlantic 10 opener against St. Bonaventure.
Trey Davis broke out of a shooting slump with one of the best performances in the league this season, going 10-of-11 with five 3-pointers and 25 points, along with seven assists. Derrick Gordon also impressed with 19 points, seven boards, three assists and two steals.
UMass basketball quick hits: Minutemen survive 2nd-half rally to escape with 87-82 win over Iona | masslive.com
Five takeaways from UMass basketball's win over Iona: Minutemen wipe the slate clean heading into Atlantic 10 play | masslive.com
The UMass hockey team defeated Air Force 5-1 on Monday night in its second game of the Catamount Cup as five different Minutemen found the back of the net. Henry Dill earned the win in goal with 21 saves on 22 shots. Frank Vatrano posted a goal and two assists, while Ray Pigozzi had a goal in his first game back from injury.
UMass Hockey Soars To 5-1 Win Over Air Force - Western Massachusetts Breaking News and First Warning Weather with WGGB.com ABC 40
Today on USCHO.com, Ken McMillan has a feature on UMass hockey alum Anthony Raiola and his work giving back with BOKS, Build Our Kids' Success, an initiative of the Reebok Foundation. BOKS is a free, before-school program that is designed to encourage physical activity for children.
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