The Minutemen finished second of eight in the team standings with a total of 117.5 points.
UMass' top performance of the day came from Thomas Mullen in the 1,000 meters.
Michael Cyphers could make an impact for the Minutemen as a freshman in the pole vault, placing second in the event at New Englands last week.
Three freshmen qualified for New Englands this season for the Minutemen.
The Minutemen are set to compete in the Atlantic 10 Championship this weekend at Mackal Fieldhouse in Kingston, R.I.
2011-12 (Freshman): Indoor Track: Did not compete.
Before UMass: A 2011 graduate of Plymouth North High School ... Won the Coach's Award for track and cross country under coach John Lowerty ... Holds school records in the 4x800 meter and distance medley relays ... Tabbed an ACL All-Star for cross country as a senior ... Won the ACL Sportsmanship Award for cross country as a senior ... Also played freshman football and varsity hockey for the Eagles.
Personal: Stephen Bradley Ness ... Born May 25, 1993 in Weymouth, Mass. ... Son of Bradley and Kathryn ... Brother to Jen .... Intends to major in Accounting and Sport Management ... Enjoys playing ice hockey.