The addition of Flowers, who verbally committed Monday night, gives the Minutemen five highly-touted incoming freshmen next season.
The Bonnies shot 28-of-47 from the field and 10-of-18 from 3-point range as the Minutemen struggled to find offensive consistency all afternoon.
The Minutewomen dropped their finale of a five-game homestand Wednesday and are still looking for their first win in A-10 play.
The Minutemen suffered their largest loss of the season at UD Arena against a very deep and talented Flyers team.
Seth Berger finished with a career-high 15 points and added seven rebounds in his second start of the season.
UMass ended its non-conference schedule with a 7-5 record.
Coleman (knee) and Anderson (undisclosed) were both limited with injuries at Monday’s practice as their statuses for Tuesday’s home game remain up in the air.
Space made his debut and scored 11 points in 31 minutes. Following the game, both Space and UMass coach Derek Kellogg said he needed to return to game shape and continue to acclimate himself to the lineup.
Providence’s Ben Bentil scored a career-high 32 while Kris Dunn added 14 points and 11 assists as the Minutemen trailed for the entirety of Monday’s game.
The transfer senior practiced with the Minutemen Saturday after missing the first 10 games to ‘attend to a private matter.’
The Minutemen beat the Privateers on former head coach John Calipari’s banner raising night with members of the 1996 Final Four team in attendance.
The senior guard led the Minutemen in their losing streak-breaking victory Wednesday over the Privateers.
Current UMass players haven’t talked much about the Calipari and Final Four year and deferred most of their focus to New Orleans and bouncing back from three straight losses.
The Minutemen finished their Florida roadtrip 0-2 this week after Rayjon Tucker lifted the Eagles on a late 3-point play.
After coming back from a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter, UMass was unable to keep up with the Blue Devils in OT, losing 78-68.
Despite having almost an entirely different lineup from their 2013 NCAA tournament team, the Eagles still pose as a difficult road test for the Minutemen.
UMass women’s basketball looks to carry defensive momentum from Bryant win into Wednesday’s contest against Hofstra
With three Hofstra players averaging double figures, the Minutewomen are ramping up their focus on defense for the upcoming matchup with the Pride.
Shaheed Davis recorded the game-winning basket for the Knights to hand the Minutemen its first losing streak of the season.
Youngsters play a prominent role for the UMass women’s basketball team.
The Minutemen prepare to face a hot Knights team led by 7-foot-6 freshman center Tacko Fall.