The Minutemen went a combined 8-28 in the past three seasons and allowed an average of 35.5 points per game in 2016.
Though it only lasted three minutes, highly touted UMass recruit; Brison Gresham finally made his UMass debut
UMass men’s basketball picks up fourth straight win as it tops Wagner Wednesday night at Mullins Center
The Minutemen struggled to pull away from the Seahawks despite dominating in many statistical categories.
Anderson (19 points) and Hines (14) each etched a new career high in points after the Minutemen’s usual suspects struggled from the field.
The Minutemen will have to deal with a balanced Seahawks offense in Wednesday’s matchup at Mullins Center.
Gresham, a 6-foot-9 forward/center was a three-star recruit coming out of high school and will add much-needed depth to the Minutemen’s frontcourt.
The Minutemen passing attack of Ford, Breneman, Isabella gouge Wagner defense in snapping five-game losing skid.
The Minutemen snap their five-game losing streak with strong all-around game, highlighted by first half shutout.
Despite playing their best game in a long time, the Minutemen still felt like there was still room for improvement in a game ‘they should have won.’
The Minutemen have lost five games in a row and will look to pick up their second win against FCS opponent Wagner at McGuirk Stadium on senior day.
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple, quarterback Andrew Ford and tight end Adam Breneman all speak highly of the Seahawks and their Division-I caliber talent.
The hockey team faces its toughest test yet of the young season Tuesday against No. 6 Quinnipiac, football hosts Wagner in final home game of season Saturday.
UMass coach Mark Whipple announced Jackson Porter will move from cornerback to wide receiver while AD Ryan Bamford announced the completion of the Minutemen’s 2016 schedule.
The Atlantic 10 women’s basketball scene is developing, as Rhode Island and George Washington took part in tournament action.