UMass men’s basketball looks to put conference struggles behind them heading into A-10 tournament Wednesday
Minutemen take on Saint Joseph’s in opening round of A-10 tournament in Pittsburgh Wednesday.
Despite career games from Malik Hines and Chris Baldwin, UMass can’t hold the lead in final minutes against St. Bonaventure.
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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.
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.
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 last-place St. Louis Billikens stun the Minutemen 74-70 behind 21 points from Aaron Hines.
The Aggies enter Tuesday’s Gotham Classic on a seven-game losing streak with it’s only win coming against a Division III opponent.
The Minutemen have seen large contributions from bench players in what has been a successful early season record.
The Minutemen are 2-2 this season in games decided by four points for fewer.
With guard DeJon Jarreau back in the lineup, the Minutemen will look to finish out their nonconference schedule strong.
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.
After facing each other for 31 years in the A-10, the Minutemen and Owls meet for the first time since the 2013 A-10 tournament.
With a total of 54 minutes off the bench in the Minutemen’s first two games of the season, Zach Lewis is slated to be a sixth man for 2016-17.
After only scratching the surface during his freshman season, Holloway is down 50 pounds from last year and is ready to change both him and his family’s life through basketball.
No matter where they went, DeJon Jarreau and Brison Gresham were going together. Luckily for the Minutemen, they chose UMass.