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UMass eyes Bronx win
By Matt Vautour, The Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 2/21/2004

A game at Fordham for most men's basketball teams in the Atlantic 10 has represented a breather, a likely win and a chance for players to get some confidence back.

The Rams have provided no such luxury to the University of Massachusetts.

For the past two years, Rose Hill Gymnasium has been the scene of two of the Minutemen's worst defeats.

In the 2001-02 season, the Rams came into their Jan. 12 meeting with UMass on a five-game losing streak in the midst of a season that would see them finish last in the A-10.

But previously unknown Adrian Walton exploded for 25 points as Fordham stunned UMass 95-86.

Last year, the Rams came into the game at 1-10 on a 10-game losing streak. The most recent loss was an 87-54 pounding at the hands of Holy Cross.

UMass appeared to be on the verge of turning its season around. Fresh off an upset of North Carolina State, the Minutemen were 5-6 and hoping to get to .500.

Fordham won only two games last year and one of them came Jan. 5, 2003, when the Rams beat UMass 80-67. That time, the previously unknown standout Ram was Anthonique Wilson who had a career-high 14 in that game.

This year, the Rams are 4-18 and 1-10 in the Atlantic 10 play. They enter Saturday's game at 1 p.m. on a nine-game losing streak, a stretch that included some national press when Fordham was caught using walkie-talkies to try to get advanced knowledge or Xavier's plays in a 74-52 loss.

The Minutemen are hoping to avoid a third Bronx disaster.

''I haven't won there,'' Anderson said. ''You go in there and you feel like its a team that's beatable. I'm going to tell these young guys that we can't go in here sleeping. We've lost three in a row. This is a win we need.''

Lappas said he isn't as worried about the past as he is about the team's energy level as it heads into its final five games and the Atlantic 10 Tournament.

''I hope that we're not wearing out now,'' Lappas said. ''In the seven, eight games since we've been playing like this, Jeff Viggiano has had to play 35 minutes underneath banging around. We have to be careful right now. We're trying to scale back in practice right now because of the grind. But our young guys really need the practice. You're kind of damned if you do and damned if you don't.''

One of Viggiano's banging opponents will be Fordham's Michael Haynes, who is averaging 17.2 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Both lead the Rams.

''We know Haynes is a great player. We know we barely pulled it out here, so it's going to be tough,'' Anderson said.

The Minutemen had a big lead when the teams played Jan. 28 at the Mullins Center, but had to hold on late to hold off the Rams 76-60. Haynes had 28 in that game to lead Fordham, while Art Bowers and Rashaun Freeman each had 18 for the Minutemen.

FREEMAN HONORED - Freeman was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches District 1 Second Team. District 1 includes all of New England. Freeman is the only first-year player in the district to be honored.

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


UMass loses to Rams
By Mike Marzilli, The Massachusetts Daily Collegian Staff, 2/23/2004

BRONX, N.Y. - On Saturday afternoon, the Massachusetts men's basketball team delved further into ineptitude than ever before, and it was not a pretty sight.

Before 2,232 at the historic Rose Hill Gymnasium, the Minutemen fell 75-61 to a lowly Fordham squad that had been losers of nine in a row.

Amidst questions of which direction the program is truly heading, UMass (9-15, 2-3 Atlantic 10) coach Steve Lappas tried to remain upbeat.

"I'm disappointed, but I'm not discouraged," Lappas said. "I still feel our young kids have a lot left in their tanks.

"We didn't play well, especially defensively in the first half. We dug a big hole, and it was certainly a tough one to get out of."

Now losers of four in a row, the Minutemen face the daunting task of hosting undefeated No. 2 St. Joseph's on Wednesday night at the Mullins Center. It is the first of four remaining games for UMass, which is now guaranteed a losing record both in the Atlantic 10 and overall for the third consecutive season. The frustration is beginning to mount.

"I don't think anyone's going through the motions," junior captain Anthony Anderson said. "The effort is there, we just aren't getting it done and it isn't getting any easier."

"I knew we'd have ups and downs," freshman guard Art Bowers added. "But I never expected anything like this."

The Rams (5-18, 2-4 A-10), who had lost their last nine contests by an average of 19 points prior to yesterday, beat UMass for the second consecutive year at Rose Hill - the oldest facility in Division I.

Fordham, which shot 65.4 percent in the first half and 53.8 percent on the game, was led by leading scorer Michael Haynes' 18 points. Point guard Drew Williamson - inserted into the starting lineup in place of injured starter Jermaine Anderson - chipped in with 15 while backcourt mate Derrick Breyland added 14 points and five assists.

The lone bright spots for the Minutemen included a team-high 15 points from freshman Maurice Maxwell, along with 11 points each from guard Chris Chadwick and sophomore forward Jeff Viggiano.

Another area of concern for Lappas, however, is the play of five-time A-10 Rookie of the Week Rashaun Freeman. The sophomore forward scored just four points and eight rebounds, and was benched in favor of Stephane Lasme for all but six minutes of the second half.

Freeman has shot just 8 for 27 in his last four games.

"I'm very concerned about [Freeman]," said Lappas, who did not seem opposed to the possibility of removing his leading scorer from the starting lineup. "Obviously, [opponents] are watching tape and doing things defensively on him, and he's struggling."

The Rams took it to the Maroon and White from the outset, repeatedly slicing through UMass' man to man defense to turn an early 10-9 advantage at the 15:13 mark into a commanding lead with a 17-4 run.

The Minutemen eventually shifted to a zone, but Fordham was able to alter its focus to the perimeter and connect on five of nine attempts from beyond the arc in the first half to jump out to a 39-20 lead at intermission.

The Rams took their largest lead of the game with 35 seconds remaining in the opening frame, when a Haynes 3-pointer made the score 39-18.

"Our defense in the first half was awful," Lappas said. "Our man-to-man has taken a hit in the last month, because we've been practicing five or six defenses, rather than one or two."

UMass attempted to make a go of it to begin the second half, as five points from Viggiano sparked a 7-0 run. However, Fordham responded with an 11-2 run that pushed its lead to 50-29 with just over 14 minutes remaining, and did not look back.

"We tried to make a big comeback, but it's tough when you dig that big of a hole for yourself on the road," Lappas said. "This is a tough one to swallow, but we have to pick ourselves up and go from here."


Painfully familiar scene for UMass
By Matt Vautour, The Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 2/23/2004

BRONX, N.Y. - It's almost eerie how similar the scripts have been.

For the third straight year, an unheralded player on a bad Fordham team had a career-game leading the Rams past the University of Massachusetts 75-61 Saturday at Rose Hill Gymnasium. We didn't play well. We played awful defensively, especially in the first half, UMass coach Steve Lappas said. ''You have to be ready to play all the time in Division I.''

The Minutemen knew the history. They talked about it before the game, but they were doomed to repeat it anyway.

This year's Ram hero du jour was Drew Williamson, a 6-foot-4, seemingly slow-footed sophomore guard who was averaging 4.8 points per game off the bench. But starting in place of injured point guard Jermaine Anderson, Williamson scored a season-high 15 points, more than the combined total of the Minutemen's Rashaun Freeman (four points) and Anthony Anderson (six).

UMass was bad defensively and not much better offensively in the first half. The Minutemen trailed 8-7 just over four minutes into the game, but Michael Haynes (18 points, six rebounds) and Williamson led a 9-2 run that ballooned into a 19-6 surge that gave the home team a 27-13 lead.

A 3-pointer by Haynes with 33 seconds left in the half gave Fordham its biggest lead at 39-18, but Artie Bowers' jumper with four seconds left made it 39-20 at intermission.

''We came out in the first half and obviously didn't play well, especially defensively,'' Lappas said. ''We dug ourselves a big hole that was hard to get out of. In the second half, I thought we gave a great effort. We tried to make a big comeback, but it's tough when you dig one that deep on the road.''

Baskets by Bowers and Rashaun Freeman and a 3-point play by Jeff Viggiano (11 points) comprised a 7-0 UMass run to start the second half that brought the Minutemen within 12 at 39-27.

But Fordham answered with an 11-2 run that knocked out UMass. Ram coach Dereck Whittenburg praised his team's resiliency.

''The best thing we've done is kept up the morale of this team,'' Whittenburg said. ''For all we've been through, we're still playing hard. We're starting to understand what it takes a little bit.''

The Minutemen (9-15, 3-9) have lost four straight, their second longest losing streak of the season. They will try to right their seemingly sinking ship at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Mullins Center against No. 2 Saint Joseph's, which is one of only two remaining undefeated teams in the nation.

Maurice Maxwell led the Minutemen with 15 points, while Chris Chadwick added 11.

Freeman only played 21 minutes and scored just four points. Lappas said because of Freeman's scoring struggles, he thought freshman Stephane Lasme was a better option defensively.

''I'm very concerned about Ray,'' Lappas said. ''The last four games he's struggled. Obviously people are watching tape of him. He's got to keep working on (using) his right hand. He works on it in practice every day, but he's hesitant to use it in a game.''

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


Minutemen hit bottom at Fordham
By Matt Vautour, The Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 2/23/2004

BRONX, N.Y. - The question has inevitably been asked after any ugly loss by the University of Massachusetts men's basketball team in recent years. Is this the worst loss in the Steve Lappas era?

Saturday I answered yes. There have been some bad ones, but the 75-61 game at Fordham was the worst.

Against a bad Rams team that was on a nine-game losing streak, the Minutemen looked overmatched.

UMass has lost to bad teams before. It has lost to good teams by lopsided margins, but this was 14-point defeat to a bad team.

Fordham isn't a young team that's going to be good when its guys get more experience either. It's a bad team that won't get better until it gets better players.

Coach Dereck Whittenburg admitted earlier in the year that his team only has four Division I-caliber players.

From its roster that needs overhauling, to its antiquated facilities to the fact that 23-games into the season Alessandro Acquaviva's name is still spelled wrong on the back of his home jersey, Fordham is a ragtag operation.

But on Saturday, the Rams looked-like a postseason bound team against the Minutemen. Fordham's Michael Haynes had to change numbers during the game because he bled on his original jersey. He scored more in each jersey that Rashaun Freeman and Anthony Anderson, UMass' top two scorers, did in the game.

It wasn't just skill things either. Fordham beat UMass to loose balls. The Minutemen's defense was poor, allowing the Rams to shoot 65 percent in the first half and 54 percent for the game.

Any positive energy created by the Minutemen's four-game winning streak a month ago is long gone. If UMass loses at Temple on March 3, the Minutemen will have lost to every team in the Atlantic 10. Considering the margin of Saturday's defeat, it could easily be argued that UMass is the worst team in the conference right now.

Its hard to imagine that most of the UMass players don't want the season to be over. There's little left to play for.

A major miracle would be required for an Atlantic 10 Championship and an NCAA Tournament berth, and a minor one would still be necessary to make the National Invitation Tournament. It can't be easy going out in front of a near-empty Mullins Center knowing that.

Saturday's loss will only add to the growing number of fans who are disenchanted with Steve Lappas, a distraction that will only further the misery of the season's last couple of weeks.

The Minutemen's four remaining games feature an unwinnable contest Wednesday night against No. 2 Saint Joseph's, road games against a good Richmond team and the recently hot Temple Owls, and a home game against St. Bonaventure, which already has beaten UMass once.

This Minuteman team needs me to be right (not always a good proposition). They need this to be their worst loss. They need it to be rock bottom and start building positively. This year is all but over. But any improvement and lessons learned from the remainder of the 2003-04 season could pay dividends in 2004-05 and keep losses like Saturday's from ever happening again.

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


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Official Basketball Box Score
UMASS vs Fordham Rams
02/21/04 1:00 PM at Bronx, NY - Rose Hill Gym
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VISITORS: UMASS 9-15, 3-9 A10
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
22 VIGGIANO,Jeff....... f  4-8    2-5    1-1    1  1  2   3  11  2  6  1  1  32
34 BOWERS,Art.......... f  3-9    0-3    2-2    1  2  3   2   8  1  5  0  1  33
01 FREEMAN,Rashaun..... c  2-6    0-0    0-0    4  4  8   2   4  1  1  0  0  21
11 MAXWELL,Maurice..... g  6-12   2-4    1-2    1  2  3   3  15  3  3  1  3  32
12 ANDERSON,Anthony.... g  2-7    0-3    2-3    0  3  3   3   6  3  2  0  0  40
00 MARTIN,Brennan......    0-1    0-1    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0   3
05 LASME,Stephane......    2-3    0-0    2-3    2  5  7   4   6  0  2  2  1  20
13 CHADWICK,Chris......    5-9    0-1    1-3    0  0  0   2  11  1  1  0  2  19
   TEAM................                         4     4
   Totals..............   24-55   4-17   9-14  13 17 30  19  61 11 20  4  8 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-22 31.8% 2nd Half: 17-33 51.5% Game: 43.6% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-11 18.2% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 23.5% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 4-7 57.1% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 64.3% 0

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOME TEAM: Fordham Rams 5-18, 2-10 A10 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 7-15 2-5 2-3 1 5 6 1 18 2 2 3 1 37 51 YA'AKOSI, Mushon.... f 2-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 5 4 2 1 0 0 15 03 WILLIAMSON, Drew.... g 6-10 1-3 2-2 1 3 4 2 15 2 2 1 2 38 11 JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark g 4-9 0-2 0-0 1 4 5 1 8 4 4 0 1 31 13 BRELAND, Derrick.... g 3-6 2-3 6-8 2 0 2 3 14 5 3 0 4 30 00 CARR, Ryan.......... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 02 PEREZ, Miguel....... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 23 ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 3-6 1-3 0-1 0 1 1 2 7 0 3 0 2 20 31 OSEI, Dominic....... 3-3 0-0 3-6 2 4 6 3 9 0 3 0 1 23 33 TUBRIDY, Tom........ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TEAM................ 1 2 3 Totals.............. 28-52 6-16 13-20 10 21 31 18 75 16 18 4 11 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-26 65.4% 2nd Half: 11-26 42.3% Game: 53.8% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-9 55.6% 2nd Half: 1-7 14.3% Game: 37.5% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 2nd Half: 13-20 65.0% Game: 65.0% 4,2

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Officials: Ken Clark, Murph Shapiro, John LaRocca Technical fouls: UMASS-None. Fordham Rams-None. Attendance: 2232 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total UMASS......................... 20 41 - 61 Fordham Rams.................. 39 36 - 75

Points in the paint-UMASS 34,FORDHAM 40. Points off turnovers-UMASS 15,FORDHAM 25. 2nd chance points-UMASS 9,FORDHAM 10. Fast break points-UMASS 6,FORDHAM 6. Bench points-UMASS 17,FORDHAM 16. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-1 time. Last FG-UMASS 2nd-01:11, FORDHAM 2nd-05:39.



Play by Play

Play-By-Play
UMASS vs Fordham Rams
02/21/04 1:00 PM at Bronx, NY - Rose Hill Gym
1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: Fordham Rams              TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: UMASS
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                                     19:35              TURNOVR by MAXWELL,Maurice
FOUL by WILLIAMSON, Drew             18:57
                                     18:41   0-3   V 3  GOOD! 3 PTR by MAXWELL,Maurice
                                     18:41              ASSIST by FREEMAN,Rashaun
GOOD! LAYUP by YA'AKOSI, Mushon      18:25   2-3   V 1
                                     18:04              TURNOVR by BOWERS,Art
GOOD! LAYUP by WILLIAMSON, Drew      17:54   4-3   H 1
                                     17:41              TURNOVR by VIGGIANO,Jeff
                                     17:41              FOUL by VIGGIANO,Jeff
GOOD! LAYUP by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark  17:23   6-3   H 3
                                     17:02   6-5   H 1  GOOD! LAYUP by FREEMAN,Rashaun
GOOD! JUMPER by YA'AKOSI, Mushon     16:48   8-5   H 3
ASSIST by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark       16:48
FOUL by YA'AKOSI, Mushon             16:28
TURNOVR by WILLIAMSON, Drew          15:48
                                     15:44   8-7   H 1  GOOD! LAYUP by ANDERSON,Anthony
                                     15:44              ASSIST by VIGGIANO,Jeff
TIMEOUT MEDIA                        15:37
GOOD! LAYUP by WILLIAMSON, Drew      15:27  10-7   H 3
ASSIST by YA'AKOSI, Mushon           15:27
                                     15:13  10-9   H 1  GOOD! JUMPER by MAXWELL,Maurice
                                     15:13              ASSIST by VIGGIANO,Jeff
GOOD! LAYUP by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark  15:01  12-9   H 3
GOOD! LAYUP by HAYNES, Michael       14:01  14-9   H 5
ASSIST by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark       14:01
                                     13:29              TURNOVR by MAXWELL,Maurice
GOOD! 3 PTR by HAYNES, Michael       12:50  17-9   H 8
ASSIST by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark       12:50
FOUL by BRELAND, Derrick             12:29
                                     12:29  17-10  H 7  GOOD! FT SHOT by ANDERSON,Anthony
                                     12:29  17-11  H 6  GOOD! FT SHOT by ANDERSON,Anthony
                                     12:29              MISSED FT SHOT by ANDERSON,Anthony
                                     12:10              TURNOVR by BOWERS,Art
TURNOVR by YA'AKOSI, Mushon          11:27
FOUL by YA'AKOSI, Mushon             11:27
                                     11:27              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                     11:09              TURNOVR by VIGGIANO,Jeff
GOOD! 3 PTR by WILLIAMSON, Drew      11:03  20-11  H 9
ASSIST by BRELAND, Derrick           11:03
                                     10:44  20-13  H 7  GOOD! JUMPER by BOWERS,Art
                                     10:10              FOUL by LASME,Stephane
GOOD! 3 PTR by BRELAND, Derrick      09:48  23-13  H 10
ASSIST by WILLIAMSON, Drew           09:48
FOUL by BRELAND, Derrick             09:17
TIMEOUT 30sec                        09:00
                                     08:47              TURNOVR by BOWERS,Art
GOOD! JUMPER by OSEI, Dominic        08:31  25-13  H 12
ASSIST by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark       08:31
FOUL by HAYNES, Michael              07:55
                                     07:21              TURNOVR by VIGGIANO,Jeff
TURNOVR by OSEI, Dominic             07:18
GOOD! JUMPER by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 06:35  27-13  H 14
                                     06:30              TIMEOUT 30sec
TURNOVR by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr      06:01
                                     05:41  27-16  H 11 GOOD! 3 PTR by VIGGIANO,Jeff
                                     05:41              ASSIST by ANDERSON,Anthony
GOOD! 3 PTR by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr  05:32  30-16  H 14
ASSIST by WILLIAMSON, Drew           05:32
                                     05:06              FOUL by MAXWELL,Maurice
TURNOVR by HAYNES, Michael           04:52
FOUL by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark         04:28
                                     04:28              MISSED FT SHOT by MAXWELL,Maurice
TURNOVR by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark      04:08
TIMEOUT MEDIA                        03:33
GOOD! JUMPER by HAYNES, Michael      03:17  32-16  H 16
                                     02:58              TURNOVR by LASME,Stephane
                                     02:58              FOUL by LASME,Stephane
GOOD! JUMPER by OSEI, Dominic        02:24  34-16  H 18
                                     02:03              TURNOVR by VIGGIANO,Jeff
TURNOVR by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark      01:48
FOUL by CARR, Ryan                   01:36
TURNOVR by OSEI, Dominic             01:36
                                     01:36              MISSED FT SHOT by CHADWICK,Chris
                                     01:34              TURNOVR by FREEMAN,Rashaun
                                     01:34              FOUL by FREEMAN,Rashaun
GOOD! DUNK by HAYNES, Michael        01:23  36-16  H 20
FOUL by WILLIAMSON, Drew             00:57
                                     00:57  36-17  H 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by BOWERS,Art
                                     00:57  36-18  H 18 GOOD! FT SHOT by BOWERS,Art
GOOD! 3 PTR by HAYNES, Michael       00:35  39-18  H 21
ASSIST by PEREZ, Miguel              00:35
                                     00:04  39-20  H 19 GOOD! JUMPER by BOWERS,Art

Fordham Rams 39, UMASS 20

1st period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads UMASS 8 5 2 2 0 0 0 Fordham Rams 22 16 2 2 9 0 1

2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1) HOME TEAM: Fordham Rams TIME SCORE MAR VISITORS: UMASS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TURNOVR by BRELAND, Derrick 19:48 19:31 39-22 H 17 GOOD! LAYUP by BOWERS,Art 19:31 ASSIST by ANDERSON,Anthony 18:50 39-24 H 15 GOOD! LAYUP by FREEMAN,Rashaun TIMEOUT 30sec 18:43 TIMEOUT MEDIA 18:43 18:40 FOUL by ANDERSON,Anthony 18:38 39-26 H 13 GOOD! DUNK by VIGGIANO,Jeff 18:38 ASSIST by MAXWELL,Maurice FOUL by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 18:32 18:32 39-27 H 12 GOOD! FT SHOT by VIGGIANO,Jeff GOOD! JUMPER by OSEI, Dominic 18:12 41-27 H 14 FOUL by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 18:04 TURNOVR by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 17:54 17:52 41-29 H 12 GOOD! LAYUP by MAXWELL,Maurice 17:16 TURNOVR by ANDERSON,Anthony TURNOVR by OSEI, Dominic 17:00 FOUL by OSEI, Dominic 17:00 TURNOVR by BRELAND, Derrick 16:40 16:30 TURNOVR by VIGGIANO,Jeff 16:30 FOUL by VIGGIANO,Jeff 15:59 FOUL by FREEMAN,Rashaun MISSED FT SHOT by OSEI, Dominic 15:59 MISSED FT SHOT by OSEI, Dominic 15:59 15:50 TIMEOUT MEDIA FOUL by BRELAND, Derrick 15:41 15:38 TURNOVR by ANDERSON,Anthony GOOD! LAYUP by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 15:36 43-29 H 14 ASSIST by BRELAND, Derrick 15:36 15:36 FOUL by VIGGIANO,Jeff MISSED FT SHOT by ACQUAVIVA, Alessan 15:36 GOOD! JUMPER by HAYNES, Michael 15:22 45-29 H 16 14:48 FOUL by ANDERSON,Anthony GOOD! LAYUP by BRELAND, Derrick 14:42 47-29 H 18 ASSIST by HAYNES, Michael 14:42 14:26 TURNOVR by MAXWELL,Maurice GOOD! 3 PTR by BRELAND, Derrick 14:05 50-29 H 21 ASSIST by HAYNES, Michael 14:05 TIMEOUT 30sec 14:00 13:45 50-32 H 18 GOOD! 3 PTR by MAXWELL,Maurice 13:45 ASSIST by BOWERS,Art GOOD! JUMPER by WILLIAMSON, Drew 13:34 52-32 H 20 ASSIST by BRELAND, Derrick 13:34 FOUL by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 13:23 13:22 52-34 H 18 GOOD! LAYUP by LASME,Stephane 13:22 ASSIST by MAXWELL,Maurice FOUL by OSEI, Dominic 13:22 13:22 52-35 H 17 GOOD! FT SHOT by LASME,Stephane GOOD! LAYUP by WILLIAMSON, Drew 12:56 54-35 H 19 12:46 54-38 H 16 GOOD! 3 PTR by VIGGIANO,Jeff 12:46 ASSIST by MAXWELL,Maurice TURNOVR by WILLIAMSON, Drew 12:16 GOOD! LAYUP by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 11:53 56-38 H 18 ASSIST by BRELAND, Derrick 11:53 GOOD! LAYUP by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 11:23 58-38 H 20 ASSIST by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 11:23 FOUL by OSEI, Dominic 11:06 11:06 58-39 H 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by LASME,Stephane 11:06 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME,Stephane 10:23 58-41 H 17 GOOD! LAYUP by MAXWELL,Maurice 10:23 ASSIST by ANDERSON,Anthony FOUL by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 10:23 10:23 58-42 H 16 GOOD! FT SHOT by MAXWELL,Maurice TIMEOUT MEDIA 10:23 GOOD! LAYUP by WILLIAMSON, Drew 10:13 60-42 H 18 09:51 60-44 H 16 GOOD! LAYUP by LASME,Stephane 08:57 FOUL by BOWERS,Art GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMSON, Drew 08:57 61-44 H 17 GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMSON, Drew 08:57 62-44 H 18 08:08 FOUL by MAXWELL,Maurice GOOD! FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 08:08 63-44 H 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 08:08 64-44 H 20 07:58 64-46 H 18 GOOD! LAYUP by VIGGIANO,Jeff 07:58 ASSIST by CHADWICK,Chris 07:39 TIMEOUT MEDIA 07:25 TURNOVR by LASME,Stephane 06:52 TURNOVR by VIGGIANO,Jeff TURNOVR by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 06:52 06:40 64-48 H 16 GOOD! LAYUP by CHADWICK,Chris TURNOVR by JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 06:23 06:20 64-50 H 14 GOOD! DUNK by CHADWICK,Chris TIMEOUT 30sec 06:17 TURNOVR by BRELAND, Derrick 06:14 05:58 TURNOVR by CHADWICK,Chris 05:43 TURNOVR by BOWERS,Art GOOD! LAYUP by HAYNES, Michael 05:39 66-50 H 16 ASSIST by BRELAND, Derrick 05:39 05:15 66-52 H 14 GOOD! JUMPER by ANDERSON,Anthony 05:14 TIMEOUT 30sec 04:43 66-54 H 12 GOOD! JUMPER by CHADWICK,Chris 04:41 TIMEOUT 30sec TURNOVR by ACQUAVIVA, Alessandr 04:19 04:08 66-56 H 10 GOOD! LAYUP by CHADWICK,Chris 03:40 FOUL by CHADWICK,Chris GOOD! FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 03:40 67-56 H 11 MISSED FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 03:40 02:58 FOUL by MAXWELL,Maurice MISSED FT SHOT by HAYNES, Michael 02:58 TURNOVR by HAYNES, Michael 02:43 02:39 TIMEOUT MEDIA 02:01 FOUL by LASME,Stephane GOOD! FT SHOT by HAYNES, Michael 02:01 68-56 H 12 GOOD! FT SHOT by HAYNES, Michael 02:01 69-56 H 13 01:57 69-58 H 11 GOOD! JUMPER by MAXWELL,Maurice 01:38 FOUL by ANDERSON,Anthony GOOD! FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 01:38 70-58 H 12 GOOD! FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 01:38 71-58 H 13 FOUL by YA'AKOSI, Mushon 01:32 01:32 71-59 H 12 GOOD! FT SHOT by CHADWICK,Chris 01:32 MISSED FT SHOT by CHADWICK,Chris 01:20 FOUL by LASME,Stephane MISSED FT SHOT by OSEI, Dominic 01:20 GOOD! FT SHOT by OSEI, Dominic 01:20 72-59 H 13 01:11 72-61 H 11 GOOD! LAYUP by CHADWICK,Chris 01:07 FOUL by BOWERS,Art GOOD! FT SHOT by OSEI, Dominic 01:07 73-61 H 12 GOOD! FT SHOT by OSEI, Dominic 01:07 74-61 H 13 00:50 FOUL by CHADWICK,Chris MISSED FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 00:50 GOOD! FT SHOT by BRELAND, Derrick 00:50 75-61 H 14 00:40 TURNOVR by BOWERS,Art

Fordham Rams 75, UMASS 61

2nd period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads UMASS 26 10 7 4 17 0 0 Fordham Rams 18 9 8 4 7 0 0


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