Wildcat senior Jack Gibbs scored 32 points in the Minutemen’s 79-74 defeat at Mullins Center.
The Minutemen had a chance to build some momentum heading into the final five games of the season with St. Joseph’s and Duquesne back-to-back on their schedule. Instead, the Dukes extended their lead to as much as 42 in the second half.
A two-possession game with just over half of the fourth quarter remaining, the Minutewomen failed to record another field goal, falling to the Spiders 56-45 in Virginia.
Minutemen look to build off win on Saturday to top Dukes in battle of teams near bottom of the A-10.
Minutemen coach Derek Kellogg returns to original starting five in win over Saint Joseph’s.
Turnovers, perimeter defense sink UMass as Minutewomen extend losing streak.
Minutemen pick up their first win at Hagan Arena since 2010 as Donte Clark once again paces UMass offensively.
Boasting a primarily veteran lineup, URI’s experience trumped UMass’ youth.
The Minutemen turned the ball over 19 times and shot just 35.3 percent from the field as the Rams got their first win at Mullins Center for the first time since 2009.
In order to snap their four-game losing streak, the Minutemen will have to go through URI and its stellar big man Hassan Martin.
The Minutemen have had six days between games and look to get back on track heading into their game against Rhode Island Tuesday at Mullins Center.
Alyx Stiff’s late-game heroics can’t save a sloppy performance for the Minutewomen.
Minutewomen reflect on cancer, and how it has impacted some of their lives.
Maggie Mulligan the sole bright spot as unforced errors sink UMass women’s basketball against Saint Louis
Maggie Mulligan’s 17th double-double couldn’t save the Minutewomen from turnover-heavy blowout.
Explorers swingman B.J. Johnson went for a double-double (28 points, 11 rebounds) as the Minutemen dropped to 2-8 in Atlantic 10 play.
The Minutewomen were outscored in the opening quarter 28-12 and committed 21 total turnovers in their loss to the Billikens Wednesday night at Mullins Center.
The Explorers top five scorers are all guards who account for 80 percent of their offense.
At times, DeJon Jarreau has looked like one of the better players in the A-10 while at others he’s struggled with his turnovers. With proven talent, both Jarreau and Derek Kellogg are looking for consistency for a full 40 minutes.
After starting his first game of the season last Saturday against George Mason, C.J. Anderson has no change in mindset starting games versus coming off the bench.
The Minutewomen nearly completed an 11-point fourth quarter comeback but ultimately fell a basket short, losing 55-52 to the Rams.