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Men's Soccer Preview: at Siena

The UMass men's soccer team travels west to New York to face Siena (2-4) this afternoon in its final contest of a four-game road stretch. The Minutemen are 2-2-2 on the season and 0-2-1 on the trip this far, with both losses by one goal.

Nick Canelas and Taylor Snow of the Daily Collegian each have an article in today's campus paper. Take a read and don't forget you can watch online and check out live stats via Gametracker today at 3 pm.

Youth Holding Serve For Minutemen

UMass Concludes Road Trip at Siena

Recaps From Men's Soccer Win Over No. 19 Bradley

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It was a wild one on Saturday at Rudd Field as the UMass men's soccer team defeated No. 19 Bradley thanks to a late game-winning goal from sophomore Brett Canepa. The match was the non-conference finale for the Minutemen who will open Atlantic 10 play this weekend against Charlotte and Saint Louis at Rudd Field on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

Happy Birthday: March 4 - Brett Canepa, Mary Cole

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Men's soccer freshman Brett Canepa and freshman runner Mary Cole celebrate birthdays on March 4.

Brett Canepa  Mary Cole

UMass Men's Soccer Splits Home Weekend

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It was a pair of 2-1 games for the UMass men's soccer team this past Friday and Sunday. The good was a 2-1 win for the Minutemen over UCF, while unfortunately Sunday was a 2-1 loss to No. 24 Indiana at Rudd Field. Three different newcomers (freshman Brett Canepa, freshman Tyler Cleverdon, and sophomore Hellah Sidibe) all scored goals.

Coverage:
Daily Collegian Recap
Daily Collegian Sidebar On Freshmen Impact
New England Soccer News UCF Recap
Central Florida Future Recap
New England Soccer News Indiana Recap
Boston Herald Indiana Recap

Canepa Mentioned In Scituate Mariner

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Men's soccer freshman Brett Canepa was mentioned in the Scituate Mariner as the paper ranked the top prep teams to begin the season. Canepa's Hingham High School earned the top spot despite the loss of the All-American to UMass - "The team lost its two top players - All-Americans Brett Canepa (UMass) and Terence Morrissey (Bryant) - as well as all-star keeper Andrew Blomberg, and that leaves three huge holes to fill."

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