RICHMOND, Va. - Cori Murray scored a game-best five goals and added an assist to lead Massachusetts to its fourth consecutive Atlantic 10 Championship with a 14-9 win against Richmond on Sunday at Robins Stadium. Murray earned Most Outstanding Player honors for her career day.

UMass improves to 18-1 overall marking the second-most wins in program history and won its fifth league title overall. The win marked the eighth consecutive against Richmond which finishes the season at 10-8 overall.

Along with Murray, the Minutewomen were led by Jesse O'Donnell who scored three goals including two in the second half. Lauren Terracciano posted a goal and two assists, while five others scored a goal. Atlantic 10 Player of the Year Katie Ferris scored a goal and added an assist to set the A-10 single-season point record with 95 on the year. Her goal also gave her a new UMass single-season goal record with her 57th of the year.

Richmond was led by Caitlin Fifield who had four goals and Mary Flowers who had two goals and three assists. Emily Doyle added a pair of goals to round out the Spiders' leaders.

Katie Florence picked up the win making three saves in goal, while Victoria Roebuck made eight saves in the loss.