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HILADELPHIA - Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli the University of Massachusetts men's basketball team has become difficult to prepare for under coach Steve Lappas. He's like a coach's coach, Martelli said. ''You have to watch the subtleties, whether it's the diamond-and-one they used against Craig Smith or the triangle-and-two they used against Temple. They can change from a 2-3 to a 1-2-2. He gives you a lot to prepare for.
''What he makes you do is have to be aware on both ends of the floor of what they're trying to do defensively and where they're trying to go offensively,'' Martelli added. ''It seems to me that these guys are a little bit better than they were last year because they have the experience.''
Martelli will get a firsthand look at whether the Minutemen (7-5, 1-1 Atlantic 10) are improved at 8 tonight when the teams play at Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse.
After last year's magical season that came a basket away from the Final Four, the Hawks have returned to earth with Jameer Nelson and Delonte West gone to the NBA. Saint Joseph's enters the game at 5-6, but coming off two straight wins to open the Atlantic 10 season.
Pat Carroll has not fallen off as much as some people thought he would without Nelson and West. His 14 points per game leads the Hawks.
St. Joe's has two players who are legitimate candidates to be the conference's most improved player. Junior wing Chet Stachitas has picked up his offense considerably going from 6.5 points per game last season to 13.5 so far this year. Junior big man Dwayne Jones, whose lone mission in 2003-04 was to block shots and rebound, has increased his offense to 10.7 points per game to go with his A-10-leading 10.5 rebounds per game.
Lappas said the game will likely hinge on who best counters the other team's defense.
''They play very good defensively. We need to be able to move the ball and get the ball inside,'' Lappas said. ''Those two guys (Stachitas and Carroll) make a lot of threes. They're a great 3-point shooting team. We need to be able to stop them. Dwayne Jones is one of the top rebounders in the country and he's playing very well.''
Martelli said the Hawks had a hard time adjusting to their new personnel earlier this season.
''Every time we took the floor, it looked like my players were burdened, whether it was by expectations or standards or if it was internal or external. It was hard to see there was joy in playing basketball because every mistake, every missed shot, missed assignment became bigger than it had to be,'' said Martelli, who believes his team is capable of a strong finish.
''In the end when we get this right, it's going to be because we have a team,'' Martelli added. ''In past years we could say we had the best players and everyone else was along for the ride.
''One of the things that disappointed me (earlier) was that I didn't see a lot of improvement, but recently our positioning is better. Our screening is better on offense. I think our potential to learn is huge,'' he said. ''I'm still optimistic on what can be. I've been looking for big steps. We've been making small steps and I have to be satisfied right now with the small steps.''
NOTES: UMass has lost six straight to the Hawks. ... This is the 100th game coached by Lappas at UMass. His record is 41-58.
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HILADELPHIA (AP) - Dwayne Jones scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Dwayne Lee had 12 points to lead Saint Joseph's to a 59-52 win over Massachusetts on Wednesday night.
Maurice Maxwell drives to the hoop.
Chet Stachitas added 11 points for the Hawks, who forced 14 turnovers.
Anthony Anderson scored 14 points for UMass (7-6, 1-2), which was coming off its longest homestand since the 1930-31 season and playing their first road game in exactly one month since heading to Miami Dec. 12.
Tonight's game was also the third time this season UMass has faced an Elite Eight team from a season ago. Massachusetts has recorded wins over UConn and Xavier both of whom belong to that group.
After missing all six of their 3-point attempts in the first half, the Minutemen used the long ball to hang with the Hawks in the second. Saint Joseph's led by 11 midway through before Anderson hit three 3-pointers and Maurice Maxwell had one to make it 46-43.
Jones sank a free throw, came up with a big blocked shot, and then sank two more free throws to give the Hawks a six-point cushion. Jones, who leads the A-10 in rebounding and blocked shots, had his sixth double-double of the year and helped the Hawks hold a 38-27 rebounding advantage.
Anderson's fourth 3-pointer in as many attempts cut the margin to 56-52 with 25 seconds left, but Stachitas and Lee made three free throws in the final seconds to seal the win.
Pat Carroll hit three 3-pointers for nine points in the first half and Jones also had nine points, including an out-of-nowhere dunk off a Lee miss to give the Hawks a 29-20 lead at the break.
The Hawks came in 317th in the nation in free-throw shooting (58 percent) and went a modest 19-for-29 from the line.
onight's game was against the third Elite Eight team from the 2004 NCAA Tournament faced this season (UConn, Xavier).
Senior guard Anthony Anderson remains in 27th-place in program history with 1,116 career points. Mike Williams holds the 26th spot just six points ahead of Anderson with 1,122.
Anderson also added to his career total for three-pointers with four tonight giving him 256. That total is second all-time to Monty Mack who had 331.
Anderson is now ninth all-time in career steals with 136 after two against SJU. That moved him past Anton Brown and Tony Barbee who each had 135.
Anderson has made a three-point shot in 15 striaght games and has at least one in 88-of-97 career games. He scored in double figures for the seventh time this season and the 57th-time in his career.
Sophomore forward Stephane Lasme had a career-high four steals in the first half to surpass his previous high mark of three which he had set twice before.
Lasme had a team-high four blocked shots. As a team, UMass leads the A-10 in the statistic. The Minutemen added five blocks increasing their season total to 67.
Lasme also attempted a career-high five free throws tonight.
Senior Chris Chadwick tied his career-high in free throws made/attempted going 5-for-6. He set his career-high in both last year versus Fordham.
Tonight's contest was the first road game in exactly one month as UMass last played Miami on the road on Dec. 12, 2004.
HILADELPHIA -- It was just like old times -- acoustically, at least.
Rashaun Freeman looks for room to work.
UMass (7-6, 1-2) never let Saint Joseph's out of its sight, but a clunker of a first half that left the Minutemen at a 9-point disadvantage proved to be too much to overcome -- especially on a subpar shooting night.
Now UMass must find a way to break an unwanted trend: losses after big wins. This one followed a triple-overtime defeat of Xavier. The Minutemen also fell at Miami Dec. 12 after upsetting defending national champion Connecticut and absorbed back-to-back losses to Boston College and Temple in the wake of a taut win over Boston University Dec. 28.
"That's going to come with maturity, playing hard all the time," said senior guard Anthony Anderson, whose 14 points led the Minutemen.
"Maybe it was the crowd for some guys. It's a small gym and they get in here, they get loud, and they talk to you even before the game starts. No game has been like that for us this season."
UMass coach Steve Lappas said poor inside play helped undo his team. "We lost our poise on the offensive end," he said. "I was very annoyed with our shot selection."
UMass actually had slightly better success from the field, 37 percent to 36. Hawks junior center Dwayne Jones had game highs of 18 points and 12 rebounds, staking Saint Joseph's to a 38-27 edge on the glass.
The home team treated UMass sophomore center Rashaun Freeman to a defensive ice bath. Freeman, who was averaging a team-best 14.8 points entering the game and had reached double figures in five of the last six games, had his rhythm disrupted early and appeared unnerved over 28 minutes, scoring just 6 points, shooting 3 of 12 from the field, and committing six turnovers. "He always plays with emotion," Lappas said. "I don't know if he was too hyped, but we could have won this game even with him playing that way if our shot selection had been better."
Freeman's understudy, freshman Jeff "Big Deli" Salovski, had 5 points and four rebounds in 16 minutes but couldn't save the day as he did against Xavier (career-high 21 points). When the Saint Joseph's players first saw Salovski on film, they "had an immature reaction -- they laughed," said Hawks coach Phil Martelli."I said, `Who here can say they had 21 points in an A-10 game?' " Martelli said. "The kid catches every ball. He has great hands and he has footwork. All he has to do is drop the weight. That kid is going to make money playing basketball because he scores. In a year and a half, he'll be unguardable." Freeman's layup with two minutes to go -- his first points since early in the game -- narrowed the Hawks' lead to 54-49. A minute later, Freeman was stripped underneath, setting up a layup by Saint Joseph's guard Dwayne Lee.
UMass didn't fold. Anderson, who finished 4 of 5 from 3-point range, sank a trey with 25.3 seconds left to cut the margin to 4. Saint Joseph's junior guard Chet Stachitas then made two free throws to settle things. The Minutemen, who were coming off a 4-2 homestand (their longest in more than 70 years), visit 21st-ranked George Washington Saturday.
retty it wasn't.
Dwayne Jones slams it home in front of Anthony Anderson & Jeff Salovski.
An up-an-under finesse move by Massachusetts center Jeff Salovski, a 6-11, 325-pounder nicknamed "Big Deli," and more whistles than at a downtown construction site on a steamy summer day. Not real classic basketball.
In the end, however, Saint Joseph's junior forward Dwayne Jones made sure the ugliness turned into a win, as he posted 18 points, 12 rebounds and a couple of blocks in the Hawks' 59-52 win over UMass at the Fieldhouse last night in an Atlantic 10 game.
Wins might not come pretty on Hawk Hill this season. But if they keep coming, Phil Martelli won't mind. It was his club's third straight win.
"That's three games now where we've guarded, really guarded," the St. Joe's coach said. "And when you have trouble scoring, it's a big deal. I think when you win a game and shoot 36 percent [18-for-50] at home, I think it's a big deal. We have to play defense. We don't even score 65 points in practice."
An optimist would say Martelli's club did a wonderful defensive job, holding the Minutemen to 32.1 percent from the field (19-for-51 shooting). And the Hawks did play a hounding man-to-man all night. Anyone with basketball knowledge, however, also would make the point that UMass' shot selection was about as good as Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's marital status.
Much of that was do to the defense Jones played on Rashaun Freeman, the Minutemen's top scorer (14.8) and inside player.
"I wasn't sure about putting Dwayne on Freeman, because he gets to the foul line so much," Martelli said. "But we decided to go with it. When you hold a guy like Freeman to six points, not fouling him, I really think that's a positive sign."
The win evened the Hawks' record to 6-6, 3-0 in the Atlantic 10. They are in first place in the A-10 East, a position they've held for three seasons now.
And an even more positive sign was the play of Jones, especially during a 3-minute stretch late in the game.
With his team leading, 46-43, with 7:14 remaining, Jones connected on one of two free throws, then blocked a shot at the other end. On the ensuing offensive possession, Jones knifed through the lane for a nice tip-in. He then put the Hawks up, 50-45, when he connected on one of two free throws. Fittingly ugly, the miss was an airball.
"It was a team win," Jones said. "My team needs points. I know I'm not the main point on offense, but I try to contribute when I can."
Which is what Martelli is looking for from his club - contributions from one and all. And on a night when Pat Carroll (3-for-12) and Chet Stachitas (3-for-8, 11 points) combined for 6-for-20 from the floor, any and all contributions are welcome.
"I'm getting more comfortable each game," said point guard Dwayne Lee, who collected 12 points and four assists, while turning the ball over only twice. "We've been trying to cut down on the turnovers. It's something we work on every day in practice."
In its six losses, St. Joe's has turned the ball over 115 times; during its six wins, only 78, including 13 last night.
"Among other things, we couldn't rebound the ball," said Massachusetts coach Steve Lappas, pointing to the Hawks' 38-27 advantage on the glass. "We couldn't do a lot of things, but when you can't rebound, good things don't happen."
Enough good things did happen for the Hawks, however. And no once on Hawk Hill really cares how it looked. As long as the result was what it was.
HILADELPHIA - The University of Massachusetts men's basketball team's up-and-down season took a step backward Wednesday in Philadelphia as the Minutemen shot poorly, struggled to rebound and fell to Saint Joseph's 59-52 at Alumni Fieldhouse.
The Minutemen (7-6, 1-2 Atlantic 10) have lost eight straight road games over two seasons. ''I thought offensively we did not play good at all,'' UMass coach Steve Lappas said.
''That destroyed our game. Today we lost our poise on the offensive end. - I'm very annoyed at our shot selection. This is a lot like (the loss to) Boston College. We didn't move the ball well. We didn't take good shots and we paid for it.''
Junior forward Rashaun Freeman was out of sync throughout and the Minutemen couldn't overcome that. Normally the leading scorer and rebounder for UMass, Freeman had just six points and five rebounds while turning the ball over six times. At one point he went over 34 minutes between points.
St. Joe's junior big man Dwayne Jones did a good job guarding Freeman, and had plenty of help as the Hawks ran a variety of different double-team schemes at him throughout.
''They decided to play behind him with a bigger guy and make him shoot over them and it hurt,'' Lappas said. ''There's no doubt it hurts us. We only scored 52 points and he played one of his worst games since he's been in college. But I thought our perimeter guys didn't take the best shots either. We still could have won this game with him playing that way had we made some better decisions on the perimeter.''
The Minutemen also might have won the game if they handled Jones better. He finished with 18 points and eight of his 12 boards came on the offensive glass.
Jones, who is among the nation's leaders in rebounds, helped the Hawks gain a 38-27 rebounding advantage.
''We did a lousy job boxing out,'' Lappas said. ''I thought we played well defensively, but we did not box out the way we needed to.''
With 45 seconds left and the Minutemen trailing 54-49, Lappas elected to try to get a stop rather than foul. St. Joe's held the ball until deep into the shot clock when Dwayne Lee shook his defender and broke in for an open layup.
The shot essentially finished off UMass. Anthony Anderson made a 3-pointer at the other end, but Chet Stachitas hit two free throws for the Hawks to clinch the win.
The Minutemen's defensive game plan to slow Pat Carroll and Stachitas worked as the Hawks' two leading scorers had only nine and 11 points, respectively. But Jones and Lee (12 points, five rebounds and four assists) picked up the slack.
UMass had ample opportunities to get back into the game and spent most of the second half within seven points. But every time they got close, a defensive breakdown or a poorly selected shot kept them from battling back.
Anderson kept UMass afloat in the second half with 12 of his 14 points on four 3-pointers.
UMass returns to action at noon Saturday at George Washington.
''We need to bounce back this time, because we're playing a team that's been the best team in the league,'' Lappas said.
The win allowed St. Joseph's (6-6, 3-0) to maintain its stranglehold on first place in the A-10 East. The Hawks have held or shared the top spot since Jan. 12, 2002.
The teams will play again at noon Jan. 22 at the Mullins Center.
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HILADELPHIA - The road continues to be a tough place for the University of Massachusetts men's basketball team, which Wednesday dropped its eighth straight game away from the Mullins Center dating back to last season. UMass is 5-27 in its last 32 road games. Coach Steve Lappas, who formerly coached at Villanova, is now 0-8 against his former Big Five rivals in Philadelphia and 3-12 against them overall.
And with Wednesday's 59-52 win, St. Joseph's has now beaten UMass seven straight times. It's the Minutemen's longest losing streak against any team on this season's schedule. They haven't beaten the Hawks since the 2001 Atlantic 10 Tournament.
Rashaun Freeman has had it particularly tough on the road.
He's averaged 16.1 points and 8.0 rebounds at home and 7.3 points, 5.7 boards and 6.3 turnovers away from the Mullins Center.
''On the road you don't have the comfort zone that you do at home,'' Lappas said. ''You have to create the comfort zone. Poise is a big part of that. - Experience is really the only way to fix that. We should be more experienced to not let that happen.''
Senior point guard Anthony Anderson, who was a rare bright spot for the Minutemen, said he hoped the game might serve as a lesson to the players as they head into a similar atmosphere Saturday at George Washington.
''This is a little gym. They get loud, they talk to you way before the game starts. No game we've played this season has been like this,'' Anderson said. ''Hopefully going into Saturday, this will be a lesson for us.''
UMASS vs. 2004 POSTSEASON TEAMS - The Minutemen are now 2-3 against teams that participated in the 2004 NCAA Tournament, but are 2-1 against schools that advanced to the Elite Eight.
They have three more games this season with 2004 NCAA tourney teams - a second meeting with the Hawks at home Jan. 22, Richmond at the Mullins Center Jan. 29 and at Dayton March 1.
UMass is 0-1 vs. 2004 National Invitation Tournament teams (Temple) with future games against George Washington, Rhode Island, Florida State and Temple.
NEXT UP - The Minutemen left for Washington, D.C., after the game and will face George Washington at noon Saturday at the Smith Center.
The Colonials are ranked No. 21 in the nation and sit atop the Atlantic 10 West at 3-0 and 11-2 overall after beating St. Bonaventure 85-59 Wednesday in Olean, N.Y.
DIAPER DANDY DELI - The Jeff ''Big Deli'' Salovski story is catching on. ESPN analyst Dick Vitale named Salovski his Diaper Dandy of the Week, an honor he bestows upon the nation's most noteworthy freshman. Salovski had nine rebounds against Temple Jan. 5 and Xavier on Saturday. But more notably, he had 21 points (including 12 after regulation) in the Minutemen's 90-86 triple-overtime win over Xavier.
Salovski had just five points and four rebounds in 16 foul-plagued minutes Wednesday. Still St. Joe's coach Phil Martelli saw enough to be impressed.
''When I first showed our guys the tape (of the Xavier game), our first reaction was an immature reaction,'' Martelli said. ''Our guys laughed. Then I turned around and said 'How many of you guys have had 21 points in an Atlantic 10 game?' The kid catches every ball. He has great hands. He has footwork. All he has to do is drop some weight. That kid is going to make money playing basketball because he scores baskets. I bet in a year and a half, that he will almost be unguardable in the Atlantic 10. He has game.''
MISCELLANEOUS - Sophomore forward Stephane Lasme fouled out for the fourth time this season. - The game was carried on Sirius Satellite Radio, a first for the Minutemen on the new technology. Saturday's game against George Washington and the Jan. 22 game vs. the Hawks will also be on Sirius channel 126. ... Coach Marnie Dacko and the UMass women's basketball team attended the game. They play the Hawks in Philadelphia at noon today.
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Official Basketball Box Score Massachusetts vs Saint Joseph's 1/12/05 8:00 at SJU Fieldhouse, Phila., Pa. ATLANTIC 10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VISITORS: Massachusetts 7-6, 1-2 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 03 Maxwell, Maurice.... f 3-8 1-3 0-0 2 1 3 1 7 4 2 0 1 36 05 Lasme, Stephane..... f 3-3 0-0 2-5 1 5 6 5 8 1 2 4 4 25 01 Freeman, Rashaun.... c 3-12 0-0 0-0 2 3 5 2 6 3 6 0 0 28 02 Chadwick, Chris..... g 2-7 0-1 5-6 0 1 1 3 9 1 0 0 2 28 12 Anderson, Anthony... g 5-6 4-5 0-0 0 2 2 2 14 2 3 1 2 38 23 Carrier, Lawrence... 0-4 0-3 0-0 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 11 24 Salovski, Jeff...... 2-3 0-0 1-1 1 3 4 4 5 0 1 0 0 16 34 Bowers, Art......... 1-8 0-3 1-2 0 2 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 18 TEAM................ 1 1 Totals.............. 19-51 5-15 9-14 7 20 27 20 52 12 14 5 9 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-28 32.1% 2nd Half: 10-23 43.5% Game: 37.3% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-6 0.0% 2nd Half: 5-9 55.6% Game: 33.3% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd Half: 7-10 70.0% Game: 64.3% 4,1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOME TEAM: Saint Joseph's 6-6, 3-0 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 33 Carroll, Pat........ f 3-12 3-7 0-0 1 5 6 2 9 2 2 1 0 37 40 Mallon, Dave........ f 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 9 21 Jones, Dwayne....... c 4-8 0-0 10-14 8 4 12 2 18 0 1 2 1 35 05 Lee, Dwayne......... g 5-11 1-2 1-2 2 3 5 1 12 4 2 0 0 38 13 Stachitas, Chet..... g 3-8 0-3 5-6 0 3 3 1 11 2 3 0 2 33 01 Jalloh, Abdulai..... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 Calathes, Pat....... 0-4 0-2 0-2 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 11 34 Bryant, John........ 2-4 0-0 3-4 1 3 4 4 7 1 2 1 1 22 52 FERGUSON, Robert.... 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 13 TEAM................ 1 3 4 Totals.............. 18-50 4-15 19-29 13 25 38 14 59 11 13 4 5 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-23 39.1% 2nd Half: 9-27 33.3% Game: 36.0% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-11 36.4% 2nd Half: 0-4 0.0% Game: 26.7% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 7-11 63.6% 2nd Half: 12-18 66.7% Game: 65.5% 8,1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Officials: Mike Wood, Gene Steratore, Les Jones Technical fouls: Massachusetts-None. Saint Joseph's-None. Attendance: 3200 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Massachusetts................. 20 32 - 52 Saint Joseph's................ 29 30 - 59 ID-292469 Points in the paint-UMASS 26,SJU 18. Points off turnovers-UMASS 9,SJU 19. 2nd chance points-UMASS 6,SJU 12. Fast break points-UMASS 8,SJU 6. Bench points-UMASS 8,SJU 9. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-3 times. Last FG-UMASS 2nd-00:25, SJU 2nd-00:33.
Play-By-Play Massachusetts vs Saint Joseph's 1/12/05 8:00 at SJU Fieldhouse, Phila., Pa. ATLANTIC 10 1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1) HOME TEAM: Saint Joseph's TIME SCORE MAR VISITORS: Massachusetts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19:42 0-2 V 2 GOOD! LAYUP by LASME, Stephane [PNT] 19:42 ASSIST by FREEMAN, Rashaun TURNOVR by Carroll, Pat 19:10 19:00 TURNOVR by FREEMAN, Rashaun GOOD! 3 PTR by Carroll, Pat 18:43 3-2 H 1 ASSIST by Lee, Dwayne 18:43 18:14 FOUL by LASME, Stephane GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 18:14 4-2 H 2 GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 18:14 5-2 H 3 FOUL by Mallon, Dave 17:59 17:49 5-4 H 1 GOOD! LAYUP by FREEMAN, Rashaun [PNT] 17:49 ASSIST by ANDERSON, Anthony 17:28 FOUL by ANDERSON, Anthony 17:08 TURNOVR by MAXWELL, Maurice STEAL by Mallon, Dave 17:06 TURNOVR by Lee, Dwayne 17:01 16:59 STEAL by LASME, Stephane 16:51 TURNOVR by FREEMAN, Rashaun TURNOVR by Mallon, Dave 16:34 16:30 STEAL by LASME, Stephane 16:29 5-6 V 1 GOOD! LAYUP by FREEMAN, Rashaun [FB/PNT] 16:29 ASSIST by MAXWELL, Maurice TURNOVR by Carroll, Pat 16:07 16:07 STEAL by LASME, Stephane FOUL by Carroll, Pat 16:07 GOOD! LAYUP by Jones, Dwayne [FB/PNT] 15:45 7-6 H 1 ASSIST by Stachitas, Chet 15:45 TURNOVR by Stachitas, Chet 14:51 14:49 STEAL by ANDERSON, Anthony GOOD! JUMPER by Jones, Dwayne 13:55 9-6 H 3 13:51 TIMEOUT 30sec 13:26 TURNOVR by ANDERSON, Anthony TIMEOUT MEDIA 13:26 12:58 BLOCK by LASME, Stephane GOOD! 3 PTR by Carroll, Pat 12:49 12-6 H 6 ASSIST by Bryant, John 12:49 12:22 BLOCK by LASME, Stephane 12:10 TURNOVR by LASME, Stephane STEAL by Bryant, John 12:08 GOOD! 3 PTR by Lee, Dwayne 12:04 15-6 H 9 ASSIST by Calathes, Pat 12:04 11:38 15-8 H 7 GOOD! JUMPER by LASME, Stephane [PNT] 11:38 ASSIST by CHADWICK, Chris FOUL by Bryant, John 11:38 11:38 TIMEOUT media 11:38 15-9 H 6 GOOD! FT SHOT by LASME, Stephane 09:51 15-11 H 4 GOOD! JUMPER by SALOVSKI, Jeff [PNT] 09:27 FOUL by SALOVSKI, Jeff MISSED FT SHOT by Bryant, John 09:27 GOOD! FT SHOT by Bryant, John 09:27 16-11 H 5 GOOD! LAYUP by FERGUSON, Robert [FB/PNT] 09:06 18-11 H 7 ASSIST by Calathes, Pat 09:06 TURNOVR by Calathes, Pat 08:31 FOUL by Calathes, Pat 08:31 08:12 FOUL by FREEMAN, Rashaun 07:58 FOUL by CARRIER, Lawrence TIMEOUT MEDIA 07:57 GOOD! FT SHOT by Stachitas, Chet 07:57 19-11 H 8 MISSED FT SHOT by Stachitas, Chet 07:57 FOUL by Jalloh, Abdulai 06:57 06:39 TURNOVR by MAXWELL, Maurice TURNOVR by Lee, Dwayne 05:19 05:17 STEAL by MAXWELL, Maurice 05:14 19-13 H 6 GOOD! LAYUP by ANDERSON, Anthony [FB/PNT] 05:14 ASSIST by MAXWELL, Maurice GOOD! JUMPER by Stachitas, Chet 04:56 21-13 H 8 ASSIST by Carroll, Pat 04:56 04:25 21-15 H 6 GOOD! LAYUP by MAXWELL, Maurice [PNT] 04:06 FOUL by MAXWELL, Maurice GOOD! FT SHOT by Stachitas, Chet 04:06 22-15 H 7 GOOD! FT SHOT by Stachitas, Chet 04:06 23-15 H 8 BLOCK by Bryant, John 03:51 03:51 TIMEOUT MEDIA 03:48 TURNOVR by FREEMAN, Rashaun TURNOVR by Bryant, John 03:29 03:26 STEAL by LASME, Stephane FOUL by Bryant, John 03:21 03:21 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME, Stephane 03:21 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME, Stephane TURNOVR by Bryant, John 03:20 03:00 TURNOVR by FREEMAN, Rashaun 02:50 23-17 H 6 GOOD! LAYUP by SALOVSKI, Jeff [PNT] 02:50 ASSIST by LASME, Stephane FOUL by Mallon, Dave 02:50 02:50 23-18 H 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by SALOVSKI, Jeff 02:31 FOUL by LASME, Stephane MISSED FT SHOT by Mallon, Dave 02:31 02:20 23-20 H 3 GOOD! JUMPER by MAXWELL, Maurice GOOD! 3 PTR by Carroll, Pat 02:01 26-20 H 6 ASSIST by Lee, Dwayne 02:01 01:28 FOUL by CARRIER, Lawrence GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 01:28 27-20 H 7 MISSED FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 01:28 01:13 TURNOVR by SALOVSKI, Jeff TIMEOUT 30sec 00:45 GOOD! DUNK by Jones, Dwayne [PNT] 00:35 29-20 H 9 Saint Joseph's 29, Massachusetts 20 1st period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Massachusetts 16 4 4 4 5 0 1 Saint Joseph's 6 11 8 4 3 0 2 2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1) HOME TEAM: Saint Joseph's TIME SCORE MAR VISITORS: Massachusetts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19:45 FOUL by FREEMAN, Rashaun MISSED FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 19:45 GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 19:45 30-20 H 10 19:10 30-22 H 8 GOOD! LAYUP by LASME, Stephane [PNT] 19:10 ASSIST by MAXWELL, Maurice TURNOVR by Mallon, Dave 18:51 18:50 STEAL by ANDERSON, Anthony 18:38 30-24 H 6 GOOD! LAYUP by CHADWICK, Chris [PNT] 17:26 30-26 H 4 GOOD! LAYUP by CHADWICK, Chris [FB/PNT] GOOD! JUMPER by Lee, Dwayne 16:58 32-26 H 6 16:32 TURNOVR by LASME, Stephane GOOD! LAYUP by Lee, Dwayne [PNT] 16:24 34-26 H 8 BLOCK by Jones, Dwayne 16:07 15:50 BLOCK by ANDERSON, Anthony FOUL by Jones, Dwayne 15:40 15:40 TIMEOUT MEDIA 15:40 MISSED FT SHOT by LASME, Stephane 15:40 34-27 H 7 GOOD! FT SHOT by LASME, Stephane GOOD! DUNK by Bryant, John [PNT] 15:27 36-27 H 9 ASSIST by Lee, Dwayne 15:27 GOOD! DUNK by Bryant, John [PNT] 14:42 38-27 H 11 ASSIST by Stachitas, Chet 14:42 14:18 TURNOVR by FREEMAN, Rashaun 14:18 TIMEOUT 30sec 13:43 38-30 H 8 GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Anthony 13:43 ASSIST by BOWERS, Art 13:13 FOUL by LASME, Stephane 12:50 38-32 H 6 GOOD! JUMPER by BOWERS, Art [FB/PNT] 12:18 FOUL by SALOVSKI, Jeff GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 12:18 39-32 H 7 GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 12:18 40-32 H 8 FOUL by Bryant, John 11:54 11:54 TIMEOUT MEDIA FOUL by Bryant, John 11:44 11:44 MISSED FT SHOT by BOWERS, Art 11:44 40-33 H 7 GOOD! FT SHOT by BOWERS, Art 11:30 BLOCK by LASME, Stephane BLOCK by Carroll, Pat 11:05 10:56 FOUL by SALOVSKI, Jeff MISSED FT SHOT by Calathes, Pat 10:56 MISSED FT SHOT by Calathes, Pat 10:56 10:29 FOUL by CHADWICK, Chris TURNOVR by Jones, Dwayne 10:19 10:16 STEAL by CHADWICK, Chris FOUL by Lee, Dwayne 10:04 10:04 40-34 H 6 GOOD! FT SHOT by CHADWICK, Chris 10:04 MISSED FT SHOT by CHADWICK, Chris TIMEOUT 30sec 09:54 09:42 FOUL by ANDERSON, Anthony 09:08 40-37 H 3 GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Anthony 09:08 ASSIST by FREEMAN, Rashaun GOOD! JUMPER by Stachitas, Chet 08:49 42-37 H 5 ASSIST by Carroll, Pat 08:49 08:30 TURNOVR by ANDERSON, Anthony STEAL by Stachitas, Chet 08:29 GOOD! JUMPER by Lee, Dwayne 08:09 44-37 H 7 FOUL by Jones, Dwayne 07:47 07:47 TIMEOUT media 07:38 44-40 H 4 GOOD! 3 PTR by MAXWELL, Maurice 07:38 ASSIST by FREEMAN, Rashaun 07:14 FOUL by SALOVSKI, Jeff GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 07:14 45-40 H 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 07:14 46-40 H 6 06:55 46-43 H 3 GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Anthony 06:37 BLOCK by LASME, Stephane 06:22 FOUL by LASME, Stephane MISSED FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 06:22 GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 06:22 47-43 H 4 TURNOVR by Stachitas, Chet 05:23 BLOCK by Jones, Dwayne 05:06 GOOD! TIP-IN by Jones, Dwayne [PNT] 04:38 49-43 H 6 FOUL by Carroll, Pat 04:26 04:26 49-44 H 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by CHADWICK, Chris 04:26 49-45 H 4 GOOD! FT SHOT by CHADWICK, Chris 04:04 FOUL by LASME, Stephane MISSED FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 04:04 GOOD! FT SHOT by Jones, Dwayne 04:04 50-45 H 5 03:52 TURNOVR by ANDERSON, Anthony STEAL by Stachitas, Chet 03:51 GOOD! LAYUP by Stachitas, Chet [FB/PNT] 03:47 52-45 H 7 ASSIST by Lee, Dwayne 03:47 TURNOVR by Stachitas, Chet 03:12 03:11 STEAL by CHADWICK, Chris FOUL by Stachitas, Chet 03:11 03:11 TIMEOUT media 03:11 52-46 H 6 GOOD! FT SHOT by CHADWICK, Chris 03:11 52-47 H 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by CHADWICK, Chris 02:14 FOUL by CARRIER, Lawrence GOOD! FT SHOT by Bryant, John 02:14 53-47 H 6 GOOD! FT SHOT by Bryant, John 02:14 54-47 H 7 02:00 54-49 H 5 GOOD! LAYUP by FREEMAN, Rashaun [PNT] 02:00 ASSIST by ANDERSON, Anthony 02:00 TIMEOUT 30sec 01:03 TURNOVR by FREEMAN, Rashaun STEAL by Jones, Dwayne 01:01 GOOD! LAYUP by Lee, Dwayne [PNT] 00:33 56-49 H 7 00:25 56-52 H 4 GOOD! 3 PTR by ANDERSON, Anthony 00:25 ASSIST by MAXWELL, Maurice 00:25 TIMEOUT TEAM 00:20 FOUL by CHADWICK, Chris GOOD! FT SHOT by Stachitas, Chet 00:20 57-52 H 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by Stachitas, Chet 00:20 58-52 H 6 00:09 FOUL by CHADWICK, Chris MISSED FT SHOT by Lee, Dwayne 00:09 GOOD! FT SHOT by Lee, Dwayne 00:09 59-52 H 7 Saint Joseph's 59, Massachusetts 52 2nd period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Massachusetts 10 5 2 4 3 0 0 Saint Joseph's 12 8 4 2 6 0 0