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Dan Malone of has a recap of the UMass women's soccer team's 2-0 win over Harvard on Sunday. The story includes a photo gallery from the match courtesy of J. Anthony Roberts.

Collegian: @UMassWSoccer pushes its win streak to three

Adam Aucoin of the Daily Collegian has a recap of Sunday's 2-0 win over Harvard for the UMass women's soccer team. The win was the Minutewomen's third straight and marked the squad's fourth shutout of the season.

Celebration after Alyssa Fratarcangeli's goal. Gibson-Okunieff/Daily Collegian

Congratulations to the four members of the UMass women's soccer program, Megan Burke, Julia Weithofer, Georgia Gibson and Madison Smith, who have helped the New England Mutiny of the WPSL clinch the top spot in the Power 5 Division and finish the regular season with a record of 7-1.

MassLive had coverage of the Mutiny's 2-0 weekend and the success of their season thus far. Weithofer, a East Longmeadow, Mass., native, was interviewed for the piece.

Read: Well-balanced New England Mutiny defeat BuxMont Torch FC, finish regular season atop Power 5 Division

Collegian: Minutewomen kick off 2014 with modest start

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Arthur Hayden from the Daily Collegian recapped the opening weekend of the 2014 for UMass women's soccer. The Minutewomen went 0-1-1 at the JMU invitational down in Harrisonburg, Va., with a 1-1 tie against Towson and a 2-1 loss to the host Dukes.

Read: Minutewomen kick off 2014 with modest start

Collegian: Women's Soccer Completes Comeback Win In Overtime

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Tom Mulherin has a recap of women's soccer's overtime win against Northeastern in today's Daily Collegian. The Minutewomen went 1-1-0 last week and will play their final non-conference match this Thursday at home vs. Bryant before opening up A-10 action at Saint Joseph's on Sunday.

The Massachusetts women's soccer team may be making a habit of overtime wins.

The Minutewomen picked up their third win in extra time in their last two contests with a 2-1 comeback victory over Northeastern at Rudd Field on Sunday.

The 1-1 match was broken just five minutes into overtime as forward Megan Burke took an overhead pass from Madison Smith and found the back of the net on a chip shot over the goalkeeper.

"Personally, I was just trying to get my body in front of [the ball]," Burke said on the play. "I was hoping to just get a touch, or anything. I got the touch and I guess the shot was perfect."

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