Nick Casale of the Daily Collegian has a recap of Senior Day for men's soccer as the Minutemen posted their highest scoring game of the year - 3-0 win over St. Bonaventure at Rudd Field.
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Adam Aucoin has a preview of Saturday's men's soccer finale against St. Bonaventure which kicks off at 1 p.m. at Rudd Field. It will also be Senior Day as the program honors two outstanding players from the past four years in Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz.
Nick Casale of the Daily Collegian has a nice tribute article on senior men's soccer players Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz. the duo will play their final game at UMass this Saturday at 1pm against St. Bonaventure at Rudd Field.
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.
Ross Gienieczko of the Daily Collegian has a touching article about the legacy of former men's soccer coach Sam Koch, along with the role the veteran players on the team will play in helping pass that legacy on to the younger players.
The men's soccer team continued its winning ways at home, capturing a 2-1 victory over George Washington on Sunday. Matt Keys collected a goal and an assist, while Connor DeVivo had a score as well. The Minutemen travel to St. Bonaventure this weekend to face the Bonnies on Sunday at Noon.
Dan Malone from the Daily Collegian has a story on the emergence and importance of sophomore Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz.
While it may not be obvious to the majority of fans, it should really come as no surprise that Matt Keys and Josh Schwartz have played with such successful coherence for the Massachusetts men's soccer team this season.
To the outside observer, there might not be a more mismatched pair of players on the team. Keys, at 6-foot-4 inches tall, is a physically-imposing presence, while the 5-foot-6-inch Schwartz, is anything but. UMass assistant coach Devin O'Neill knows there's more to this talented sophomore duo than meets the eye, however.