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Spring Sports Special Issue 2017 -

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UMass Basketball Season Preview 2010-2011

Minutemen looking for improvement in third season under Kellogg

By: Jay Asser | November 16, 2010

The Massachusetts men’s basketball team is looking to improve in its third season with Derek Kellogg with last year’s five freshmen a year older. The Minutemen will rely on redshirt senior Anthony Gurley to take on the main scoring and leadership role.

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Anthony Gurley looks to lead in senior year

By: Jay Asser | November 16, 2010

Massachusetts men’s basketball senior guard Anthony Gurley hopes to live up to the hype he recieved after his transfer from Wake Forest. Gurley is the top-returning scorer from last year’s team and looks to make up a lot of the lost production from Ricky Harris’ departure.

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Senior Gary Correia mentoring freshman Daryl Traynham

By: Herb Scribner | November 16, 2010

Although Massachusetts men’s basketball coach Derek Kellogg selected Gary Correia as his starter at point guard, he likes to see his newest guard, Daryl Traynham, battle Correia at practice. The 5-9 guard is learning about how to get the ball to his teammates from the more experienced guard.

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Sophomores primed to make jump

By: Jay Asser | November 16, 2010

After gaining a year of experience, sophomores Freddie Riley, Terrell Vinson, Sampson Carter and Javorn Farrell, along with redshirt freshman Raphiael Putney, are ready to elevate their games. For the Massachusetts men’s basketball team to have success, head coach Derek Kellogg realizes their growth and development will be key.

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Minutemen need to take a big step forward

By: Adam Miller | November 16, 2010

This Massachusetts men’s basketball team isn’t meant to revolve around players like Anthony Gurley and Gary Correia, but Collegian columnist Adam Miller believes they need to help the younger players develop a winning environment in order to turn the program around.

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Atlantic 10 Predictions

By: Adam Miller | November 16, 2010

Columnist Adam Miller goes inside the Atlantic 10 and reveals his predictions on what is going to happen in the division. The top of Miller’s table? Temple.

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Playing hoops with Derek Kellogg

By: David Brinch | November 16, 2010

Three times a week, Collegian columnist David Brinch plays basketball with Massachusetts men’s basketball coach Derek Kellogg at the recreation center. Brinch sees Kellogg’s participation in these games as a way of connecting with students.

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