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The UMass Sports Network traveled to Fairfield, Conn., to capture the sights and sounds of the men's lacrosse victory over Fairfield Thursday evening. Check out how the Minutemen won their 9-8 decision from the Stags and what head coach Greg Cannella, redshirt-junior goalie Zach Oliveri and sophomore attackman Brendan Hegarty had to say after the game:

Keep track of the Minutemen as the face Towson on Saturday, May 2 with the CAA Championship and a bid to the NCAA Tournament up for grabs through UMassAthletics.com.

Inside Lacrosse photographer Greg Vasil was sideline at Rafferty Stadium for the UMass men's lacrosse 9-8 victory over top-seed and tournament host Fairfield on Thursday evening. Check out a gallery of Vasil's photos chronicling the upset victory:

Photos: UMass 9, Fairfield 8 in CAA Semifinals | Inside Lacrosse, Greg Vasil

Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette was on-hand to see No. 4 seed UMass men's lacrosse upset No. 1 seed and tournament host Fairfield during the CAA Championship semifinals Thursday evening at Rafferty Stadium. Check out Vautour's recap of the contest for key moments and quotes from head coach Greg Cannella and redshirt-junior goalie Zach Oliveri on the victory:

UMass knocks off top-seeded Fairfield in CAA Tournament semifinals | Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette

More coverage of UMass Athletics by Vautour and the Daily Hampshire Gazette staff is available on the organization's official website. Keep up with the Minutemen through UMassAthletics.com.

Daily Collegian staff reporter Jason Kates caught up with head coach Greg Cannella, redshirt-sophomore midfielder Dan Muller and sophomore attackman Brendan Hegarty after UMass men's lacrosse upset No. 1 seed and host Fairfield during the CAA Championship semifinals Thursday evening. Read Kates' take on the win and what the Minutemen said after:

UMass men's lacrosse upsets No. 1 seed Fairfield to advance to CAA championship | Jason Kates, Daily Collegian

Keep up-to-date with all things UMass men's lacrosse through UMassAthletics.com.

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.

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.

UMass men's lacrosse defeated Penn State, 12-8, Saturday afternoon at McGuirk Stadium on the strength of defensive dominance in the second half and five points from Nick Mariano. Check out highlights of the game below:

More on the Minutemen is available through UMassAthletics.com.

Anthony Chuisano of the Daily Collegian staff caught up with UMass men's lacrosse head coach Greg Cannella, senior Andrew Sokol and sophomore Nick Mariano after the win over Penn State. Read about the contest and how the Minutemen earned the win:

UMass lacrosse takes control in second half, defeats Penn State for second win | Anthony Chuisano, Daily Collegian

More on the program can be found via UMassAthletics.com.

HIGHLIGHTS: UMass Men's Lacrosse vs. Quinnipiac

UMass men's lacrosse received five-point performances from Peter Lindley and Nick Mariano as 16 Minutemen recorded at least one point in the 18-5 victory over Quinnipiac Tuesday. Check out highlights of the win from the UMass Sports Network below:

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Inside Lacrosse: UMass Fall Ball All-Access

Inside Lacrosse staff writer Matt Kinnear stopped by Amherst, Mass., and visited a UMass men's lacrosse practice to catch some fall ball preparations. Check out Kinnear's report regarding the Minutemen below:

Fall All-Access: UMass | Matt Kinnear, Inside Lacrosse

Lacrosse All-Stars: Men's Lacrosse Season Preview


LacrosseAllStars.com completed a season preview for UMass men's lacrosse recently, covering what has changed and who could step up for the squad in 2014. Author Connor Wilson took a look at the upcoming schedule and players who could be key to success for the Minutemen this coming season.

"UMass went 7-8 in 2013 after a superb 2012, which has seen the program go 15-1. UMass started 2013 out right with 3 wins, especially as one of them was a 12-11 win over then #1 UNC. An OT loss to Brown and three straight losses to Top 20 teams put UMass at 3-4, but wins over Lehigh and Hartford got the Minutemen back on track and playing with a winning record. Three straight losses (two to Top 20 teams), two wins and a loss to finish up there year gave UMass a 7-8 mark, and a disappointing finish.

2014 should see UMass with a similar strength of schedule. Some opponents have been changed out, but UMass has retained a challenging but winnable slate of games. Early games with Army, Brown, Harvard, Ohio State, and Albany will tell us a lot about where UMass sits, but let's try to figure some of this out before they open the season with the Army Black Knights on February 9th..."


Read Wilson's preview on LacrosseAllStars.com here. More information on the men's lacrosse can be found on UMassAthletics.com.

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