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 three close finishes, the Minutewomen will look to snap their four-game losing streak against the Billikens at Mullins Center.
The Minutemen finished with a season-high 12 blocks in their loss to the Patriots Saturday afternoon.
A failed last second three by C.J. Anderson sealed the seventh conference loss for the Minutemen.
The last-place St. Louis Billikens stun the Minutemen 74-70 behind 21 points from Aaron Hines.
Swimming and diving teams both fall at Dartmouth Invitational.
The Minutemen travel to the Gateway to the West to face the Billikens in what will be SLU coach Travis Ford’s first game against his former team.
UMass women’s basketball blows 15 point fourth quarter lead, loses in double overtime to George Washington
The Minutewomen entered the final frame with a 15-point lead, but were held scoreless in the quarter before ultimately falling in double overtime.
The Minutemen currently are tied for the second-worst record in conference play through glimmers of hope and growing pains.
The Minutewomen’s offense simply did not show up on Thursday as they put up their worst scoring performance since the third game of the season, scoring only 38 points.
The Minutewomen led the Dukes wire-to-wire and earned a big victory to even up their conference record at 3-3.
Luwane Pipkins’ 3-pointer when in-and-out with 13 seconds remaining as the Minutemen dropped to 1-4 in Atlantic 10 play Sunday afternoon at URI.
Hailey Leidel hits second buzzer beater of the season to give UMass women’s basketball win over Davidson
Leidel’s 3-pointer as time expired game the Minutewomen their first true road win of the season Thursday afternoon.
Wednesday’s win was the first for the Minutemen in A-10 conference play.
Rashaan Holloway had a career dad for the Minutemen finishing with 22 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, however it wasn’t enough to knock off one of the A-10’s top teams.
UMass men’s basketball drops tightly-contested conference matchup against George Mason Wednesday night
Center Rashaan Holloway finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds for his first double-double of the season, but the Minutemen fell short to the Patriots Thursday night.
In a back and forth game, it was the Minutewomen defense who stepped up when they needed to in order to win the game.
Jaylen Adams (29 points) and Matt Mobley (23) combined for 52 points as the Minutemen had their four-game winning streak snapped in the first game of conference play.
First-place finishes at Bucknell Invitational name Boric rookie of the week for third time.