Vote For UMass' Plays Of The Year

 

  • Fans get the chance to vote on the top action at UMass. Fans, here's your chance to decide what the Top Plays for the 2009-10 school year were. UMassAthletics.com is running a poll to determine the top plays of the season. We have whittled down the year into 14 plays from various sports ranging from basketball and hockey to swimming and soccer. Watch the great memories and vote today. Later this summer we will have a similar poll for UMass' Performances Of The Year.

    Watch the videos below and then click the following link to rank your Top 10 Plays of the Year!

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    MEN'S BASKETBALL: Ricky Harris hits last-second shots to beat Fordham and Rhode Island.


    MEN'S BASKETBALL: Terrell Vinson game-winning jumper in the lane with 0:00.3 left to upset Memphis at the TD Garden in Boston.


    FIELD HOCKEY: Cher King goes coast-to-coast for a beautiful goal vs. No. 9 Iowa


    FOOTBALL: Tyler Holmes with the flying and tumbling amazing interception at Maine.


    FOOTBALL: Emil Igwenagu makes a bobbling catch, while tight-roping the sideline, then avoids numerous tacklers at Delaware.


    HOCKEY: Brett Watson one-handed backhand top-shelf game-winning goal at Maine in late-season push for Hockey East Tournament berth.


    HOCKEY: Casey Wellman sends UNH game to overtime with quick shot with 11 seconds left in regulation.


    MEN'S LACROSSE: Christian Hain game-winning goal with 32 seconds left to beat No. 13 Georgetown in ESPN Warrior Classic.


    WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Jackie Lyons spinning overtime game-winning goal to beat Saint Joseph's.


    MEN'S SOCCER: Mark Dangleis' flip throw to double header for a goal by Sam DeNormandie vs. Boston University.


    MEN'S SOCCER: Sam DeNormandie scores with 2:27 left in regulation with a long boomer to beat Duquesne.


    WOMEN'S SOCCER: Therese Smith's game-winning boot to beat LaSalle, 3-2, in the final minutes.


    SOFTBALL: Carly Normandin's catches: diving catch ends game vs. Dayton and goes over the fence to rob home run vs. Long Island in NCAA Tournament.


    MEN'S SWIMMING: Juan Moliere touches out Boston University in medley relay to win the meet vs. the Terriers, by 0:00.12 seconds.