Although it was initially reported that Clark would transfer if he returns to college basketball, he hasn’t ruled out returning to the Minutemen.
With the reported losses of both Coleman and Lewis, the Minutemen could also be without their leading scorer from last season as Donte Clark is reportedly considering declaring for the NBA draft.
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Blyden missed the final seven games of 2014 with a concussion, but is healthy and ready to again tackle a running back competition.
The University announced the hiring of Bamford Tuesday, who will become the seventh permanent athletic director in UMass history.
The junior guard announced Tuesday he will transfer from the Massachusetts men’s basketball program in what UMass coach Derek Kellogg called a “mutual decision.”
UMass officially announced the hiring of new Athletic Director Ryan Bamford Tuesday, and acknowledged the importance of the success of its football program moving forward.
After questioning the attitude of the team following a loss to George Washington, Cady Lalanne believes the energy and commitment displayed in practice indicates the Minutemen are ready to make a run.
After a crazy regular season of conference play, Mark Chiarelli picks his winner for the upcoming A-10 tournament.
The Minutemen struggled to generate consistent offense in the second half, producing their lowest point total (53) of the season.
Anthony enters as Richmond’s leading scorer, 16.4 points per game, and is the sparkplug for a Spiders team on a four-game winning streak.
The Minutemen shot just 6-of-24 from the 3-point line and couldn’t contain Hawks forward DeAndre Bembry (33 points).
Williams played for two teams in Turkey before being placed on waivers in the NBA Developmental League.
The Minutemen haven’t had a go-to scoring option all season, and are instead relying on a number of players to fill the void.
The Minutemen have won four straight games and UMass coach Derek Kellogg said his team doesn’t have a ceiling in terms of potential.
Quarterback commit James Sosinski and tight end commit Artayvious Lynn both plan to play basketball at UMass in addition to football.
Trey Davis’ 26 points prevented the Minutemen from being upset by the conferences worst team.
The Massachusetts men’s basketball team is traditionally a team which quickens the pace, forces the tempo and maximizes on its number of possessions. It’s a style of play that, coupled with a hard-nosed defensive demeanor and a willingness to win “50/50” possessions, is coach Derek Kellogg’s definition of “UMass basketball.” Kellogg’s committed to it and recruited the requisite pieces to play it at a high level. But recently, the Minutemen haven’t found themselves in many track meets. Instead, the pace of play is slowing down and the number of total possessions is shrinking. Yet for UMass, which has won three…
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