Despite career games from Malik Hines and Chris Baldwin, UMass can’t hold the lead in final minutes against St. Bonaventure.
Minutemen drop to 2-5 in Atlantic 10 conference play following loss to Fordham Saturday afternoon
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.
UMass freshmen see more minutes in the Minutemen’s 95-77 win over Kennesaw State Saturday at Mullins Center.
Chris Baldwin and Brison Gresham each played minutes at power forward Saturday afternoon, giving the Minutemen options to mix and match lineups moving forward.
After narrowly defeating N.C. A&T Tuesday night at Mullins Center, the Minutemen look to build upon arguably their worst performance of the year.
Despite a 4-1 record to start 2016-17, both Malik Hines and Rashaan Holloway feel there is still plenty of work the Minutemen have to do as the season progresses.
The Minutemen will have to deal with a balanced Seahawks offense in Wednesday’s matchup at Mullins Center.
Notebook: Ty Flowers to have increased role for UMass men’s basketball amidst injuries to Baldwin and Jarreau
DeJon Jarreau to miss four to six weeks with a stress facture in his right foot, Chris Baldwin plans to play through broken nose, Ty Flowers next freshman to step up for Minutemen.
Veterans Donte Clark (18 points) and Seth Berger (13) bail out struggling freshman to secure the Minutemen’s third win of the season.
Freshman guard DeJon Jarreau shines in the Minutemen’s loss going for 25 points against the Rebels.
Rashaan Holloway leads UMass men’s basketball in scoring with 21 points in the Minutemen’s opening game victory
Rashaan Holloway starts the season off strong, making his presence known on both sides of the court.
Freshman guards Luwane Pipkins and DeJon Jarreau shine in Minutemen’s 90-76 win over the River Hawks 2016-17 season opener.
Forward Chris Baldwin looks to make an impact for the Minutemen in 2016 after a successful high school career.
While the future is bright for the Minutemen thanks to a top 30 recruiting class, don’t set your expectations too high for the 2016-17 season.
With a mix of returning contributors and talented freshman, Coleman is ready to lead on and off the court for the Minutemen.
After suffering a season-ending foot injury half way through last year’s campaign, Malik Hines is putting the team first in the upcoming season.
The hockey team, along with the men and women’s basketball team, are now 3-27 combined since Jan. 1.
Verbal commits Unique McLean, DeJon Jarreau, Brison Gresham and Chris Baldwin all signed their NLIs Wednesday on the first day of the signing period.
The Springfield native joins the Minutemen just one day after De’Jon Jarreau and Brison Greshman committed to UMass.