Minutewomen

All Noun
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  • Sam can be found at any event in which the Minutemen or Minutewomen are participants.
  • All non-televised Minutewomen home games and conference road games will stream on the A-10 Digital Network.
  • The Connecticut Huskies won the first championship, defeating the Massachusetts Minutewomen in the final.
  • The UMass Minutewomen made it to the Women's College World Series on Henderson's arm but failed to win a game.
  • WMUA will carry Minutewomen games with Cody Chrusciel on the call.
  • From 1978 to 1980 the Minutewomen softball team reached the EAIAW Tournament each year, winning it twice.
  • As a sophomore in 1991, she started in all 19 games for the Minutewomen, recorded 12 shutouts and allowed just nine goals.
  • It was home for all games for the UMass Minutemen football team through the 2011 season, and remains home to the UMass Minutewomen lacrosse team.
  • The athletic teams of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst are nicknamed the Minutemen and Minutewomen.
  • A return trip to the Women's College World Series ended by shutout as the Minutewomen lost their second game to Oklahoma State Cowgirls and would be Henderson's last appearance at the series.
  • In her last season with her the Minutewomen, Henderson was also inducted into the New England Women's Hall of Fame on September 24, 2002.
  • UMass Amherst sports teams are called the Minutemen and Minutewomen, the colors being maroon and white; the school mascot is Sam the Minuteman.
  • In a response to changing attitudes regarding the use of Native American-themed mascots, they changed their mascot in 1972 to the Minuteman, based on the historical "minuteman" relationship with Massachusetts; women's teams and athletes are known as Minutewomen.
  • The UMass Minutemen are the athletic teams that represent the University of Massachusetts Amherst; strictly speaking, the Minutemen nickname applies to men's teams and athletes only -- women's teams and athletes are known as Minutewomen.
  • In 1993, she helped lead the UMass Minutewomen to a 17-3-3 record, to the semifinals of the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship and the titles of the Atlantic 10 Conference regular season and tournament.