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Stale start stymies Minutemen again
By Jim Pignatiello, The Boston Herald, 1/6/2003

NEW YORK - UMass opened conference play the same way it opened the regular season, with the same lackluster effort and mental mistakes that caused the Minutemen to start 1-5 in early December.

UMass committed 11 first-half turnovers, which Fordham converted into 19 points en route to an 80-67 Atlantic 10 victory yesterday.

``When you dig a hole like that, now everything has to go right in the second half,'' Minutemen coach Steve Lappas said.

UMass (5-7, 0-1 A-10), which never led in the contest, turned things around early in the second half, cutting a 46-32 Fordham halftime lead in half with an 11-4 run in the first four minutes.

Senior Jackie Rogers took over in the second half for UMass, scoring 14 of his career-high 20 points.

UMass also took better care of the ball in the second half, giving up just five turnovers, and the Minutemen closed the Rams' lead to three when sophomore Brennan Martin drilled a 3-pointer at the top of the arc, making it 65-62 with 8:12 left.

But Fordham (2-10, 1-0) outscored UMass 15-5 the rest of the way to put the game away.

``I've been waiting for this second win forever,'' said Fordham coach Bob Hill, whose team won in its Nov. 22 opener at William and Mary. ``It came and I'm happy.''

Fordham established its inside game right from the outset as Michael Haynes, a power forward, and center Glenn Batemon combined for 19 points and nine rebounds in the first half.

The Rams outrebounded the Minutemen, 39-29, in the contest.

Haynes finished the game with 15 points and seven boards, while Batemon scored nine and grabbed 11 off the glass.

The loss ended UMass' three-game winning streak and was Lappas' first since inserting freshmen Jeff Viggiano and Mike Lasme into the starting lineup.

Lasme did his best to keep UMass within reach in the first half, shooting 5-for-5 from the field, including 3-for-3 from behind the arc, for 13 points.

Lasme finished the contest with a career-high 18 points.

``I was just trying to play my game,'' said Lasme, who has admitted after previous games that he tried to carry the team when it struggled.

UMass point guard Anthony Anderson, who was coming off a career-best 25 points in Thursday's 68-56 win over North Carolina State, struggled from the field against Fordham, converting on just 2-of-11 from the floor, all from 3-point range.

``He is a great 3-point shooter,'' Lappas said. ``He didn't shoot well today.''

The Minutemen return to the Mullins Center Thursday night for a nonconference matchup with Columbia.

Player of the Game
1/5 Fordham
Anderson (0) 0%
Brand (0) 0%
Cox (1) 2%
Lamb (2) 4%
Lasme (15) 26%
Lee (0) 0%
Martin (0) 0%
Rogers (32) 56%
Viggiano (7) 12%

Total Votes: 57





FORDHAM 80, UMASS 67
Fordham brings down the house, and UMass
By Elliott Denman, The Boston Globe Correspondent, 1/6/2002

NEW YORK - Steve Lappas wasn't buying the ''We-were-looking-past-these-guys'' theory. He wouldn't latch on to the notion that beating North Carolina State on national TV three days earlier exacted a mental toll.

''Come on now, don't give me any of that psychological mumbo-jumbo,'' said the second-year University of Massachusetts coach after his Minutemen, who'd won four of their last five games after a 1-5 start, dropped an 80-67 Atlantic 10 Conference shocker yesterday to Fordham, which had lost 10 straight after a season-opening decision over William & Mary.

The euphoria of UMass's 68-56 triumph over N.C. State Thursday night was gone by 2 p.m. yesterday.

''Who really knows about any of that [psychological] stuff?'' asked Lappas. ''I've always wondered about that.''

Whatever the explanation, the loss brought his Minutemen (5-7) down to earth and breathed new life into a senior-less Fordham team (2-10) that was sliding down the A-10 tubes.

Coach Bob Hill's Fordham squad was at a crossroads. The early losses - a 19-pointer to Western Michigan, a 28-pointer to Manhattan, a 23-pointer to St. John's, and a 33-pointer to Holy Cross among them - had his team grasping for positives.

A 67-64 loss to Iona Thursday night represented one of the Rams' better efforts. But beating UMass in this A-10 opener for both teams at 76-year-old Rose Hill gymnasium, the nation's oldest Division 1 arena, represented one of the bigger surprises of the young season as well as a most satisfying victory for Hill & Co.

''Football is about blocking and tackling, basketball is about defense and rebounding,'' said Hill, a former coach of the NBA's Knicks, Spurs, and Pacers. ''And that's what we did today.''

Fordham won the battle of the boards, 39-29, and held the Minutemen to 45.2 percent shooting (28 for 62). UMass was just 8 for 29 from 3-point range. Fordham blazed to a 46-32 lead at the half on 56.3 percent shooting (18 for 32), and wound up 29 for 57 for 50.9 percent.

The Rams' tight zone defense kept the Minutemen scrambling for openings that never came.

Fordham never trailed and was tied just once, spurting out to 7-2, 23-13, 34-18, and 46-29 leads.

Desperation second-half UMass rallies never got there. Brennan Martin's 3-pointer cut the Fordham lead to 65-62 with 8:21 left, but Fordham responded with a driving scoop shot by Mark Jarrell-Wright.

Only once more did UMass get as close as 5, on Jackie Rogers's dunk and free throw with 6:36 to go.

Fordham responded with 10 straight points to put it away. Mike Lasme's layup with 26 seconds to go represented UMass's only points in the final 6:36.

While one UMass freshman, the 6-foot-1-inch Lasme of the Ivory Coast, had his best day yet - hitting 7 of 10 shots, including a sensational 4 of 5 on 3s, for an 18-point afternoon, the other first-year starter, Jeff Viggiano of Suffield, Conn., struggled for 8 points and went 0 for 6 from beyond the arc.

Rogers, UMass's 6-8 senior forward from Syracuse, N.Y., led all scorers with 20 points on 9-for-12 shooting.

But junior guard Anthony Anderson, who had scorched N.C. State for 25 points, was limited to 6 points, missing 9 of 11 shots from the field, all 3-point attempts.

Meanwhile, Fordham received good outings from junior guard Jarrell-Wright (18 points, 5 steals) and junior forward Michael Haynes (15 points, 7 rebounds.)

UMass returns to action Thursday night, hosting Ivy League foe Columbia. Its next A-10 assignment is a visit to St. Joseph's Saturday.


Lowly Fordham defeats UMass
By Matt Vautour, The Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 1/6/2003

BRONX, N.Y. - Just when it looked like things were moving in the right direction for the University of Massachusetts men's basketball team, the Minutemen turned in one of their worst performances of the season.

The Minutemen couldn't overcome a bad first half and fell to lowly Fordham, 80-67, Sunday at Rose Hill Gymnasium in both teams' Atlantic 10 opener. The win snapped the Rams' 10-game losing streak.

UMass (5-7, 0-1 A-10) will play host to Columbia, Thursday at 7 p.m.

"We did not do a good job on our game plan and did not do a good job in the lane," said UMass coach Steve Lappas, whose team got outrebounded 39-29.

The loss came despite career scoring highs for Jackie Rogers (20 points) and Mike Lasme (18), who led the Minutemen with six rebounds.

Fordham coach Bob Hill was impressed with Lasme.

"I didn't know about him," Hill said. "He's a good player. He made us pay a little bit."

"I was just trying to play my game," Lasme said. "I just felt comfortable out there."

Lasme was particularly effective from 3-point range going 4-for-5 after going 9-for-37 in UMass' prior 11 games.

Anthony Anderson struggled shooting the ball, making just 2-of-11 shots, all from 3-point range. He wasn't alone. Other than Lasme, the Minutemen were 4-for-24 from behind the arc.

"I think we took a few too many 3s tonight," Lappas said.

Mark Jarrell-Wright led the Rams with 18. Michael Haynes added 15 and Anthonique Wilson had 14.

Glenn Batemon, Fordham's 6-foot-11, 360-pound center started strong as the Rams took control of the game right away. UMass had 11 of its 16 turnovers in the first half and Fordham converted them into 19 points.

The Minutemen fell behind by 10 midway through the half and the Rams stretched their advantage to 17 on a three-point play by Drew Williamson that made it 35-18 with 5:38 left in the half.

Lasme scored nine points in an 11-2 run that made it 37-29, but Fordham answered with a 7-1 spurt to end the half.

UMass came out sharper in the second half and quickly slashed the deficit to four points at 54-50.

But Fordham freshman guards John Blackgrove and Williamson hit back-to-back 3s to bring the lead back to 10 and curb UMass' momentum.

"I didn't like our poise when we got it to four," Lappas said. "I like the energy we showed in the second half to get it to that point, but I did not like our poise and our shot selection then."

The Rams pulled the lead back to 12, but Rogers led UMass back within three at 65-62. The Minutemen stayed in striking distance but couldn't hit enough shots to get back into the game.

"Every time we needed to score we found a way," Hill said.

Lappas was frustrated after the game and refused to accept mental excuses.

"You can say we had a let down (after beating NC State), but that's not supposed to be. Part of your growth and maturity process is to go out and do it again," he said. "When people ask me questions like that, they're looking for psychological mumbo-jumbo. It could be anything from we looked past them or maybe we couldn't come back because we had such an emotional win the other day. Who really knows?"

Matt Vautour can be reached at mvautour@gazettenet.com.


Dj vu for UMass, Fordham
By Matt Vautour, The Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 1/6/2003

BRONX, N.Y. - The game was early in the Atlantic 10 slate. Neither team had winning records, but the University of Massachusetts was expected to beat Fordham.

But after a season of being lousy the Rams put together their best game of the season, got a surprising performance from a player with the initials A.W. and stunned the Minutemen on a weekend afternoon at Rose Hill Gymnasium.

The preceding could have been Sunday's 80-67 Fordham win over the Minutemen or last year's 95-86 Ram victory as UMass suffered through an unpleasant dj-vu.

Fordham has been miserable against the rest of the Atlantic 10, but at the moment, the Rams appear to have UMass' number.

Last year it was Adrian Walton, who had never scored 10 or more points in a game before, poured in 25 to beat UMass. This year sophomore junior-college transfer Anthonique Wilson did the honors with 14 points and seven rebounds after never scoring more than five.

"We beat UMass here last year," Fordham coach Bob Hill said. "Sometimes that kind of thing happens in a league, where you kind of get another team's number on your floor or their floor. We were ready to play today."

BRAND INJURED - UMass senior Micah Brand suffered an ankle injury in the first half when he tried to take a charge from Glenn Batemon, Fordham's 6-foot-11, 360-pound center, with 5:15 left in the first half. He returned and played 16 second-half minutes. He had four points and four rebounds in the game.

STREAKS END, CONTINUE - Freshman Jeff Viggiano's three-game streak of scoring in double-figures came to an end. The Suffield, Conn. native finished with eight points, including a highlight dunk on the baseline.

"I was scared to death of him," Hill said. "I don't think he missed a 3 in any of the tapes I watched of him and he was 0-for-6."

Senior Jackie Rogers extended his streak of double-figure scoring performances to five games. He's averaging 17.6 points in that stretch.

ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT - How reliant are the Minutemen on junior point guard Anthony Anderson to score?

He's averaging 17.6 points in wins and 7.4 in losses. UMass is 4-1 when he scores in double figures and 1-6 when he doesn't.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Anderson was selected as the Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Week for his 25-point performance against North Carolina State.

He shared the award with Saint Joseph's Jameer Nelson.

MISCELLANEOUS - The Minutemen missed a chance to get to .500 for the first time since last February when they were 9-9.

The eight 3-pointers made and 29 attempted were both season-highs.

After averaging 35.5 free-throw attempts in their last two games, UMass went to the line just seven times and made three shots.

Guards have led the Minutemen in rebounding each of the last three games.

Matt Vautour can be reached at mvautour@gazettenet.com.


Minutemen Fall Short, 80 to 67
By Michael Shelton, Special to UMassHoops.com, 1/6/2003

Rose Hill Gymnasium is beginning to become a thorn in the side of the UMass Minutemen. For the second consecutive season, UMass entered the tiny Bronx gymnasium in search of a victory over a less-than-intimidating Fordham Rams squad. And for the second year in a row, the Minutemen were sent back to Amherst empty handed. While last year's 95 to 86 defeat was discouraging, the Minutemen had entered that contest on a three-game losing streak and downward momentum. This season, the resurgent Minutemen, fresh off their victory over 24th ranked North Carolina State, opened their A-10 slate on the heels of a three-game winning streak and with hopes of evening their record for the first time since the season opener.

Instead of increasing their momentum as so many of their fans had expected, the Minutemen suffered a demoralizing 80 to 67 defeat to a program that had lost 10 consecutive games and 20 of their last 21. For Fordham, it was their first conference opening triumph since entering the A-10 in the 1995-96 season.

The Minutemen's problems began early. After falling behind 7 to 2 to open the game, the Minutemen tied the game at 7 on a jumper by Micah Brand and a 3-pointer by Anthony Anderson. Anderson, who scorched North Carolina State for a career-high 25 points on Thursday night, had difficulty finding his range as he was held to just 2 for 11 from the field, with all his attempts coming from behind the 3-point arc. The Rams, who seemingly could do little wrong in the first half, then embarked on a 28 to 11 run that was fueled by 11 points by junior forward Michael Haynes, one of the few players on the Fordham roster able to strike fear in the hearts of its opponents. To make matters worse, UMass fans got a scare when Micah Brand was lost midway through the first half after a collision with half-man, half-mountain Glen Batemon. Brand, who remained down for several minutes, returned for the second half, but entered the post-game press conference with an ankle brace and noticeable discomfort.

The Minutemen answered with an 11 to 2 run sparked by a trio of 3-pointers by Mike Lasme, who scored a career-high 18 points on 7 of 10 shooting from the field (including 4 of 5 from behind the 3-point arc). UMass failed to get any closer in the first half as Fordham went on an 11 to 0 run, equaling their largest lead of the game at 17 points, before finishing the half with a 46 to 32 lead. While the Minutemen faced a double-digit deficit, all didn't seem lost as Fordham, which entered the game having shot 41 percent for the season, had been unconscious, shooting 56.3 percent in the first half. It seemed highly unlikely that the Rams would equal their white-hot shooting in the second half, and like all teams on long losing streaks, Fordham seemed to be able to find new and ingenious ways to lose games.

As if right on queue, the Minutemen opened up the second half determined to prove that the first half was a fluke, outscoring the Rams 18 to 8 to pull within 54 to 50 with 14:04 remaining. But the Rams weren't about to roll over and die as John Blackgrove and Drew Williamson drained consecutive 3-pointers to push the lead back to 10 with 13:08 remaining. Trailing by nine, the Minutemen made one final push. Jackie Rogers took the ball strong to the hoop and was fouled while dunking in 2 of his career-high 20 points (including 9 of 12 from the field). After Rogers, who was virtually unstoppable against the Rams interior defense, hit the free throw to convert the traditional 3-point play, Brennan Martin drained a three of his own to pull the Minutemen to within 3 at 65 to 62 with 8:21 to play. After UMass kept the score within striking until the three-minute mark, Fordham ended the game on a 10 to 2 run to complete the scoring and jubilantly walked off the court with their second victory since last January.

UMass, which shot 45.2 percent for the game, was unable to convert on their three-point attempts, making just 8 of 29 from behind the line. In addition to Anderson's 2 for 11, Jeff Viggiano failed from long-range, missing all six of his 3-point attempts. Viggiano, who finished with 8 points on 4 for 11 shooting, scored most of his points on driving lay-ups through the heart of the Fordham defense. The Minutemen also came up short on the boards, with Fordham maintaining a 39 to 29 advantage. For Fordham, the 6'11, 340 pound Batemon did most of the damage with 11 boards (including 6 offensive). UMass was led by Lasme, who pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds.

And so for the third time this season, a team that many UMass fans had penciled in as a W on their schedules (Central Connecticut and Lafayette being the others) has caused those same fans to scramble for their erasers. It can only be hoped that this was just a bump in the road. The Minutemen next play Columbia at the Mullins Center on Thursday night at 7 P.M. Let's hope we don't have to get out the erasers once again.


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at Fordham
Official Basketball Box Score
Univ. of Massachusetts vs FORDHAM
01/05/03 12:00 PM at Bronx, NY - Rose Hill Gym
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VISITORS: Univ. of Massachusetts 5-7, 0-1 A-10
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
02 ROGERS, Jackie...... f  9-12   0-0    2-2    2  3  5   4  20  0  3  1  0  34
22 VIGGIANO, Jeff...... f  4-11   0-6    0-0    1  2  3   3   8  4  2  0  0  29
40 BRAND, Micah........ c  2-8    0-1    0-0    1  3  4   3   4  3  1  2  3  28
01 LASME, Mike......... g  7-10   4-5    0-3    1  5  6   4  18  3  4  0  1  36
12 ANDERSON, Anthony... g  2-11   2-11   0-0    0  1  1   1   6  6  3  0  3  40
00 MARTIN, Brennan.....    2-5    2-5    0-0    1  1  2   1   6  0  1  0  0  15
04 LEE, Gabriell.......    1-1    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   3   2  0  2  1  0  10
34 LAMB, Raheim........    1-2    0-1    1-2    2  0  2   1   3  0  0  0  0   5
50 COX, Marcus.........    0-2    0-0    0-0    1  0  1   0   0  0  0  0  0   3
   TEAM................                         1  3  4
   Totals..............   28-62   8-29   3-7   10 19 29  20  67 16 16  4  7 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-31 41.9% 2nd Half: 15-31 48.4% Game: 45.2% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-17 29.4% 2nd Half: 3-12 25.0% Game: 27.6% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0% 2nd Half: 2-5 40.0% Game: 42.9% 1

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOME TEAM: FORDHAM 2-10, 1-0 A-10 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 01 HAYNES, Michael..... f 6-14 2-4 1-2 2 5 7 3 15 3 2 1 1 31 15 BURKE, Ashanti...... f 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 12 55 BATEMON, Glenn...... c 4-7 0-0 1-2 6 5 11 3 9 0 2 3 0 30 02 WILSON, Anthonique.. g 4-7 0-0 6-6 1 6 7 2 14 2 3 0 1 30 11 JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark g 7-13 2-7 2-2 1 3 4 2 18 1 4 0 5 38 03 WILLIAMSON, Drew.... 3-4 2-2 1-2 1 4 5 2 9 3 1 0 3 20 10 ANDERSON, Jermaine.. 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 1 3 3 0 0 0 10 12 BLACKGROVE, John.... 2-7 2-4 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 19 51 YA'AKOSI, Mushon.... 2-3 0-0 2-3 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 10 TEAM................ 3 3 Totals.............. 29-57 9-19 13-19 12 27 39 14 80 12 15 4 10 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 18-32 56.3% 2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 50.9% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-10 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 47.4% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 8-13 61.5% Game: 68.4% 3

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Officials: Michael Kitts, Reggie Greenwood, Mike Roberts Technical fouls: Univ. of Massachusetts-None. FORDHAM-None. Attendance: 1746 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Univ. of Massachusetts........ 32 35 - 67 FORDHAM....................... 46 34 - 80


Play-By-Play
Univ. of Massachusetts vs FORDHAM
01/05/03 12:00 PM at Bronx, NY - Rose Hill Gym
1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: FORDHAM                              TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: Univ. of Massachuset
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GOOD! DUNK by BATEMON, Glenn [PNT]              18:47   2-0   H 2
GOOD! DUNK by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark [FB/PNT]     18:26   4-0   H 4
                                                18:13   4-2   H 2  GOOD! LAYUP by VIGGIANO, Jeff [FB/PNT]
FOUL by WILSON, Anthonique                      17:24
GOOD! 3 PTR by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark             17:02   7-2   H 5
                                                16:41   7-4   H 3  GOOD! JUMPER by BRAND, Micah
FOUL by BATEMON, Glenn                          16:25
                                                16:05   7-7   T 1  GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Anthony
                                                15:30              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                                14:56              FOUL by BRAND, Micah
GOOD! LAYUP by BATEMON, Glenn [PNT]             14:42   9-7   H 2
GOOD! JUMPER by HAYNES, Michael                 14:17  11-7   H 4
GOOD! LAYUP by HAYNES, Michael [PNT]            14:00  13-7   H 6
                                                13:59              TIMEOUT 30sec
                                                13:46  13-9   H 4  GOOD! LAYUP by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT]
                                                13:18  13-11  H 2  GOOD! JUMPER by VIGGIANO, Jeff [PNT]
                                                13:02              FOUL by ROGERS, Jackie
GOOD! JUMPER by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark [PNT]      12:52  15-11  H 4
                                                12:22  15-13  H 2  GOOD! LAYUP by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT]
GOOD! LAYUP by BATEMON, Glenn [PNT]             12:01  17-13  H 4
GOOD! 3 PTR by BLACKGROVE, John                 11:40  20-13  H 7
                                                11:37              TIMEOUT 30sec
FOUL by HAYNES, Michael                         11:06
                                                11:06              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                                10:53              FOUL by LEE, Gabriell
GOOD! JUMPER by WILSON, Anthonique [PNT]        10:35  22-13  H 9
                                                09:59              FOUL by VIGGIANO, Jeff
                                                09:55              FOUL by ROGERS, Jackie
MISSED FT SHOT by HAYNES, Michael               09:55
GOOD! FT SHOT by HAYNES, Michael                09:55  23-13  H 10
                                                09:36  23-16  H 7  GOOD! 3 PTR by MARTIN, Brennan
GOOD! 3 PTR by HAYNES, Michael                  09:18  26-16  H 10
GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Jermaine               08:10  29-16  H 13
                                                07:44  29-18  H 11 GOOD! LAYUP by LASME, Mike [PNT]
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   07:18
                                                06:18              FOUL by ANDERSON, Anthony
GOOD! 3 PTR by HAYNES, Michael                  06:02  32-18  H 14
GOOD! LAYUP by WILLIAMSON, Drew [FB/PNT]        05:38  34-18  H 16
                                                05:38              FOUL by MARTIN, Brennan
GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMSON, Drew               05:38  35-18  H 17
                                                05:30  35-21  H 14 GOOD! 3 PTR by LASME, Mike
GOOD! LAYUP by BATEMON, Glenn [PNT]             05:16  37-21  H 16
                                                04:54  37-23  H 14 GOOD! JUMPER by ROGERS, Jackie
FOUL by BATEMON, Glenn                          04:30
                                                04:24  37-26  H 11 GOOD! 3 PTR by LASME, Mike
FOUL by WILLIAMSON, Drew                        04:06
                                                03:51  37-29  H 8  GOOD! 3 PTR by LASME, Mike
GOOD! LAYUP by YA'AKOSI, Mushon [PNT]           03:32  39-29  H 10
                                                03:32              FOUL by VIGGIANO, Jeff
GOOD! FT SHOT by YA'AKOSI, Mushon               03:32  40-29  H 11
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   03:32
GOOD! JUMPER by WILSON, Anthonique              03:01  42-29  H 13
                                                02:48              FOUL by VIGGIANO, Jeff
                                                02:41              FOUL by LEE, Gabriell
GOOD! FT SHOT by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark           02:41  43-29  H 14
GOOD! FT SHOT by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark           02:41  44-29  H 15
FOUL by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark                    02:30
GOOD! JUMPER by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark            02:12  46-29  H 17
FOUL by HAYNES, Michael                         01:55
                                                01:55  46-30  H 16 GOOD! FT SHOT by LAMB, Raheim
                                                01:55              MISSED FT SHOT by LAMB, Raheim
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   01:27
                                                00:58  46-32  H 14 GOOD! JUMPER by LASME, Mike

FORDHAM 46, Univ. of Massachusetts 32


2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1) HOME TEAM: FORDHAM TIME SCORE MAR VISITORS: Univ. of Massachuset ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19:37 46-34 H 12 GOOD! JUMPER by BRAND, Micah GOOD! JUMPER by HAYNES, Michael 19:23 48-34 H 14 19:14 48-37 H 11 GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Anthony GOOD! JUMPER by WILSON, Anthonique 18:27 50-37 H 13 17:59 50-39 H 11 GOOD! LAYUP by VIGGIANO, Jeff [PNT] TIMEOUT 30sec 17:45 17:45 TIMEOUT MEDIA 17:07 50-41 H 9 GOOD! JUMPER by ROGERS, Jackie 16:44 50-43 H 7 GOOD! LAYUP by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT] 16:25 FOUL by LASME, Mike MISSED FT SHOT by BURKE, Ashanti 16:25 MISSED FT SHOT by BURKE, Ashanti 16:25 GOOD! JUMPER by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 16:24 52-43 H 9 16:04 52-46 H 6 GOOD! 3 PTR by LASME, Mike GOOD! JUMPER by HAYNES, Michael [PNT] 15:36 54-46 H 8 14:58 54-48 H 6 GOOD! LAYUP by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT] FOUL by HAYNES, Michael 14:34 14:34 TIMEOUT MEDIA 14:04 54-50 H 4 GOOD! LAYUP by LEE, Gabriell [FB/PNT] 13:49 FOUL by LEE, Gabriell GOOD! 3 PTR by BLACKGROVE, John 13:36 57-50 H 7 GOOD! 3 PTR by WILLIAMSON, Drew 13:08 60-50 H 10 FOUL by BATEMON, Glenn 12:43 12:43 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME, Mike 12:43 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME, Mike GOOD! LAYUP by WILSON, Anthonique [PNT] 12:19 62-50 H 12 12:04 62-52 H 10 GOOD! JUMPER by LAMB, Raheim 11:43 62-54 H 8 GOOD! LAYUP by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT] 11:32 FOUL by LAMB, Raheim TIMEOUT MEDIA 11:32 11:11 FOUL by ROGERS, Jackie MISSED FT SHOT by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 11:11 GOOD! FT SHOT by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 11:11 63-54 H 9 10:54 63-56 H 7 GOOD! DUNK by VIGGIANO, Jeff [PNT] FOUL by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 09:47 GOOD! DUNK by YA'AKOSI, Mushon [FB/PNT] 09:19 65-56 H 9 08:54 65-58 H 7 GOOD! DUNK by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT] FOUL by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 08:54 08:54 65-59 H 6 GOOD! FT SHOT by ROGERS, Jackie 08:21 65-62 H 3 GOOD! 3 PTR by MARTIN, Brennan GOOD! LAYUP by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark [PNT] 07:50 67-62 H 5 07:23 TIMEOUT 30sec TIMEOUT MEDIA 07:07 GOOD! 3 PTR by WILLIAMSON, Drew 06:51 70-62 H 8 06:36 70-64 H 6 GOOD! DUNK by ROGERS, Jackie [PNT] FOUL by WILLIAMSON, Drew 06:36 06:36 70-65 H 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by ROGERS, Jackie 06:05 FOUL by BRAND, Micah GOOD! FT SHOT by BATEMON, Glenn 06:05 71-65 H 6 MISSED FT SHOT by BATEMON, Glenn 06:05 FOUL by ANDERSON, Jermaine 04:05 GOOD! 3 PTR by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 02:43 74-65 H 9 FOUL by WILSON, Anthonique 02:02 02:02 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME, Mike 01:57 FOUL by BRAND, Micah TIMEOUT MEDIA 01:57 01:52 FOUL by LASME, Mike GOOD! FT SHOT by WILSON, Anthonique 01:52 75-65 H 10 GOOD! FT SHOT by WILSON, Anthonique 01:52 76-65 H 11 01:26 FOUL by LASME, Mike GOOD! FT SHOT by WILSON, Anthonique 01:25 77-65 H 12 GOOD! FT SHOT by WILSON, Anthonique 01:25 78-65 H 13 01:13 FOUL by ROGERS, Jackie MISSED FT SHOT by WILLIAMSON, Drew 01:13 00:53 FOUL by LASME, Mike GOOD! FT SHOT by WILSON, Anthonique 00:53 79-65 H 14 GOOD! FT SHOT by WILSON, Anthonique 00:53 80-65 H 15 00:26 80-67 H 13 GOOD! LAYUP by LASME, Mike [FB/PNT]

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