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ow much has the University of Massachusetts men's basketball team improved in 10 days? How much did playing at home help Saint Joseph's win last week's game between the schools? The answers to these questions should be much clearer Saturday afternoon when the Minutemen host the Hawks at noon in a game that could go a long way toward determining whether UMass can earn a first-round bye in the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
The Hawks are 4-1 in league play (7-7 overall), one game ahead of the Minutemen (9-6, 3-2 A-10) thanks to a 59-52 Saint Joseph's win over UMass on Jan. 12. Should the Hawks win Saturday's game, they would hold a two-game lead over the Minutemen and the tie-breaker if the teams finish tied.
UMass plans a similar approach to Hawk guards Chet Stachitas and Pat Carroll, who were held to a combined 20 points in the first meeting, while attempting to slow junior center Dwayne Jones who had 18 points and 12 rebounds in that game.
''I thought we played well defensively,'' UMass coach Steve Lappas said. ''We need to do a better job moving the ball, taking better shots and making the right decisions, especially in the post. We have to keep Jones off the glass. He's bigger than us. We have to put a body on him and box him out every time.''
Sophomore Maurice Maxwell agrees with his coach's assessment. ''Every time we lose a game, rebounding has been a big part,'' Maxwell said. ''You have to make the best of what you get. You have to get a good shot because of the way they play.''
The Minutemen will likely get a few minutes from junior Jeff Viggiano, who has been out since severely spraining his right ankle against Rider on Dec. 23.
Lappas said he hopes to use him for a few minutes Saturday. ''It tough because you don't want to put him out there in a situation where he struggles a little bit and it costs us a couple plays, but that's what's going to happen,'' Lappas said. ''We have to get him out there at some point.''
Viggiano said getting back into game shape is his biggest concern. ''My conditioning is the biggest problem,'' he said. ''It's been pretty tough not being out there. But we've gotten a few wins, which makes things a little easier.''
Viggiano has spent time both at small forward and power forward, but Lappas said for now he plans to keep him on the perimeter.
NOTES: Saint Joseph's has won the last seven games in this series and the last eight during the regular season. It's the longest losing streak UMass has against any opponent on the schedule this year.
Lappas, Maxwell, Rashaun Freeman, Stephane Lasme, Olivier Lamoureux, Jeff ''Big Deli'' Salovski and Art Bowers were visitors Friday at the Wildwood Elementary School.
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MHERST, Mass. - Saint Joseph's used a 23-7 run bridging the first and second half periods of Saturday's game as the Hawks downed UMass 73-54 in Atlantic 10 action at the Mullins Center.
Saint Joseph's (8-7, 5-1 A-10) closed out the first half with a 13-to-2 run after the Minutemen has closed within a point at 23-22 at the 5:02 mark.
Hawks' head coach Phil Martelli was called for a technical foul which sent senior Anthony Anderson (Lynn, Mass.) to the free throw line. Anderson hit the shot, but UMass (9-7, 3-3 A-10) could not take advantage of the ensuing possession.
That technical sparked the SJU run and gave the Hawks momentum going into the second half. Dwayne Jones had back-to-back dunks and Pat Carroll buried a three-pointer in the run.
The Hawks jumped out in the second half led by Dave Mallon who hit consecutive buckets sparking a 10-to-4 run pushing their lead to 46-29 with 15:03 remaining.
Sophomore Maurice Maxwell (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Anderson led the Minutemen with 14 and 16 points, respectively. For Anderson, the game was the 100th of his career as he moved into 23rd-place on the all-time scoring list with 1,160 points.
Anderson also had a season-high 7 assists today which moved him into seventh all-time.
Saint Joseph's was led by Carroll who scored 19 points on the strength of five three pointers, and Jones who recorded his league-high eighth double-double of the season with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Dwayne Lee and Robert Ferguson also reached double-figures for the Hawks with 11 and 14 points each.
Temple converted 15 UMass miscues into 17 points in the game, including 11 second-half points.
UMass saw the return of junior Jeff Viggiano (Suffield, Conn.) who has missed the last seven games. He played five minutes missing one shot.
The Minutemen will return to action on Wednesday when they travel to St. Bonaventure for a mid-week A-10 match-up. Tip-off is set for 7:00 p.m.
enior Anthony Anderson played his 100th career game at UMass against Saint Joseph's. He hit a three-point field goal in a game for the 91st time in those 100 games and also had multiple assists for the 86th time in his career with a season-high seven. He also led UMass in rebounding with six.
• Anderson is now 23rd in career scoring with 1,160. He passed Rodger Twitchell (1,151), Will Herndon (1,148), Lari Ketner (1,148).
• Anderson scored in double-figures for the ninth time in 13 games this season and for the 59th time in his 100 career games.
• Anderson moved to seventh in career assists with 354, passing Charlton Clarke (350). He moved to a tie for seventh in career steals with 139, tying Carl Smith (139) on the list. Anderson added to his career totals in three-pointers (265), which is second all-time to Monty Mack, who made 331. Anderson is also now along in second in all-time three-pointers attempted with 672, breaking the tie with Carmelo Travieso (666). He is also eighth in career assists with 347.
• Philadelphia native Maurice Maxwell hit for double-figures for the fourth time in five games with 14. He is averaging 11.5 over the last five games along with 5.0 assists and 5.0 rebounds.
• UMass junior Jeff Viggiano made his return to action for the first time in nearly a month as he entered with 11:09 left in the second half. Viggiano had missed seven games in a row since suffered a severely sprained right ankle against Rider on Dec. 23. He played five minutes and missed his only shot.
• UMass has lost eight games in a row to Saint Joseph's dating to a 75-70 win on March 9, 2001 at the Spectrum.
Other Notes: UMass won the tap ... Maurice Maxwell had a steal and lay-up for the first points of the game 54 seconds into the action ... Maxwell had UMass' first five points of the game ... Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli was assessed a technical foul with 5:02 left in the first half ... UMass came as close as one point at 23-22 when Anderson made the second of the two technical free throws at 5:02 ... Saint Joseph's went on a 13-to-3 run to end the first half to lead 36-25 at intermission.
Head Coach Steve Lappas on the team's play:
"We didn't do a great job rebounding the ball. That was my biggest disappointment. We did a decent job of guarding the perimeter; we just didn't play as hard as we needed to play. I would have liked to see us do a better job of boxing out and we just didn't play as physically as we needed to."
Lappas on the team's struggles against St. Joseph's:
"I don't think that means anything, really. The game is being played and nobody on the team is thinking that it's Saint Joseph's. We're just thinking about what the next play is going to be."
Lappas on Rashaun Freeman's struggles:
"That's the player he was playing against. That's not psychological, that's a physical thing. He is a person that plays behind the ball and is a shot blocker. He is a big person who plays in the post and makes you score over him."
Lappas on St. Joseph's:
"They've had a tough schedule and are playing much better now. I think Lee is the big difference, he controls the ball. You have to give him credit; he played well against us both times. They do a good job playing off of each other and they play with guys that have won."
Lappas on Jeff Viggiano's play:
"I thought it was very positive. I thought we should give him a shot and he may provide a spark, which he almost did. We may give him a chance to do a little more on Wednesday."
Rashaun Freeman on playing Saint Joseph's for the last time this regular season:
"Both games I came out so aggressive and when things didn't go my way early, I let it get to me. Coming out of halftime I tried to focus on that. I couldn't get my rhythm and it was disappointing. There were games where I have tried to rush stuff. I couldn't get it done. I have no excuses, it's just disappointing."
Freeman's match up against Dwayne Jones:
"He's not a flashy player, but what he does, he does well. I would say he is underrated. I know he does well with the shot blocking and rebounding. I didn't under estimate him. I know what he is capable of and I knew what I had to do against him, but I just couldn't get it going."
Freeman on the way Saint Joseph's defended him:
"They didn't double team me all the time. They wouldn't do it, and then they would and I would rush it."
Jeff Viggiano on how his ankle is feeling:
"The ankle feels good. Now it's just a conditioning thing. I was out of breath after five minutes. But it feels good to get out there again; I just wish we had been up by 15 points instead of down by 15. Now it's just mental, with guy's feet around when I am jumping. I just end up landing more on my left leg."
MHERST - Saint Joseph's became the second team to shoot better than 50 percent this season against UMass and the end result was a 73-54 victory for the Hawks yesterday at the Mullins Center.
Although Phil Martelli claimed it wasn't at all by design, the game began to turn in the visitors' favor just after the Saint Joseph's coach was hit with a technical foul with 5:02 left in the first half. Anthony Anderson made 1-of-2 free throws to pull UMass within 23-22, but the Hawks finished the half on a 13-3 run and kept the Minutemen without a basket for the final 5:24 to take a 36-25 lead into the break.
Pat Carroll put the punctuation on Saint Joseph's late run by rattling in a runner from the right elbow at the horn.
Dave Mallon opened the second half by hitting back-to-back buckets to produce a 15-point advantage, and the Hawks (8-7, 5-1 Atlantic 10) were well on their way to their second win in 10 days over the Minutemen (9-7, 3-3).
``We just didn't play as hard and as physically as we needed to play,'' UMass coach Steve Lappas said. ``We didn't do a great job rebounding the ball. That was my biggest disappointment.''
Carroll led Saint Joseph's with five 3-pointers and 19 points. Rob Ferguson came off the bench to add 14, while Dwayne Lee scored 13 and Dwayne Jones posted a double-double, with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Anderson was UMass' top gun with 16 points, six rebounds and seven assists. Maurice Maxwell followed Anderson on the scoring list with 14 points.
Rashaun Freeman, who totaled 53 points over his previous two games, was constantly double-teamed and harassed in the post. He finished 2-of-7 from the floor, with only four points and three rebounds in 27 minutes.
``I couldn't get my rhythm, and that was disappointing,'' Freeman said. ``There were games when I've tried to rush stuff. I couldn't get it done, I have no excuses.''
Freeman, UMass' leading scorer, has averaged just over 19 points in the Minutemen's wins and just under nine in their losses.
Junior Jeff Viggiano provided one bright spot for the Minutemen, returning for five minutes of action after missing the previous seven games with a sprained right ankle.
UMass led for only 32 seconds before Carroll hit a pair of 3-pointers coming off curls in the first half. Saint Joseph's got its lead up to eight (19-11) after Lee hit a trey with 9:17 left.
Anderson and Maxwell knocked down consecutive 3-pointers to make it a 23-21 game in Saint Joseph's favor just prior to the technical foul call on Martelli. Jones then kick-started the Hawks' binge before the half with a pair of dunks.
After halftime, UMass cut the deficit to 13 points on a couple of occasions, but Ferguson scored eight consecutive points at one stretch, including a pair of 3-pointers, to give Saint Joseph's its largest lead of the day, 59-39, with 6:34 to go.
``This thing starts for us defensively,'' Martelli said. ``To come out with Rashaun Freeman getting four (points), after the week he's had, I'm very proud with the defensive performance by our frontcourt. We came at him in a lot of different ways.''
UMass has dropped eight straight games in its series with Saint Joseph's.
MHERST -- For the Saint Joseph's Hawks, it's all about being relentless.
There's the Hawk mascot, who earns a full scholarship for flapping from the time he gets on the court until the time he leaves. There's the searing intensity of coach Phil Martelli.
And, of course, there's the nonstop quality of the team. The Hawks treat each offensive possession as something precious, and each defensive stand as an opportunity to make the contest as hard as possible for its opponent. A basketball game becomes 40 minutes of urgency.
Yesterday, the recipe proved more than enough as the Hawks defeated the University of Massachusetts, 73-54, dismantling a team that had started to believe in itself.
"They know how to win -- that's what they know," said UMass coach Steve Lappas. "And that's something that we still have to learn."
Many thought the Hawks were in for a free fall from the heights of last season's glory. After all, 2003-04 was a season for the ages on Hawk Hill: winning 27 straight games to start the season, coming within a whisper of the Final Four, Martelli claiming National Coach of the Year honors, and Jameer Nelson coming home with the National Player of the Year award.
But at season's end, with Nelson and Delonte West soon to become NBA first-round picks, it seemed as though it was time to plummet. All the more so when St. Joe's began this season 3-6 against an admittedly tough nonconference slate. Since then, though, the Hawks have found themselves again, beginning Atlantic 10 play with a 5-1 mark, including a pair of wins over UMass.
Earlier last week, St. Joe's dropped its first A-10 contest after 21 straight victories, falling late on the road to Dayton. Martelli challenged his team: "You have to pick yourselves up individually and collectively, and get back and fight."
The mental toughness was apparent early. On UMass's first possession, Dwayne Jones rejected a Rashaun Freeman shot, beginning a demoralizing day for the Minutemen's top scorer.
Ten days earlier, Freeman was held to a then-season-low 6 points by the Hawks. He broke out in his next two games, flashing league-MVP-type form by scoring 27 in an upset victory at George Washington, and 26 at home against Fordham. Yesterday, he tried to continue the trend against the Hawks, but they frustrated him throughout with the long, lean shot-blocking Jones playing behind him, and a rotating series of double teams that sucked the confidence right out of him, holding him to just 4 points and three rebounds.
"Both games I played against [Jones], I tried to come out so aggressive, and when it didn't go my way early, I just let it get to me," said Freeman.
The sense of UMass (9-7, 3-3) becoming demoralized was tangible. The Hawks built a 36-25 halftime lead, led by Pat Carroll, who scored 13 of his game-high 19 points before intermission. Early in the second half they put the game away in emphatic fashion. In one possession, a St. Joe's double team knocked Anthony Anderson to the floor, and point guard Dwayne Lee (13 points) coasted in for an uncontested layup.
St. Joe's made UMass work for everything, leading to numerous off-balance attempts as the shot clock ticked down, a 35-second violation, a five-second call, a battle to catch every inbounds pass.
Offensively, St. Joe's consistently worked deep into possessions with hard picks, hard cuts, and back-breaking shots that diluted UMass's will after 30 seconds of spirited defense.
"Every possession is precious to us," said Jones, who had 11 points and 11 rebounds. "We can't turn the ball over. We don't have instant offense, so we have to take every play like it's our last."
UMass got a team-high 16 points from Anderson (5 of 9, 3 of 6 from 3-point range), and another solid effort from Maurice Maxwell (14 points), but little else on the offensive end.
s the clock wound down with Saint Joseph's polishing off its 73-54 win Saturday over the University of Massachusetts, the few Hawk fans in the Mullins Center began taunting the Minutemen players and fans by chanting, ''This is our house.''
With Rashaun Freeman ineffective, Anthony Anderson led the Minutemen 16 points.
UMass is hardly alone on St. Joseph's frequent-victim list, but after the two teams played a close game in Philadelphia earlier this month, there was optimism that the change of venue might be enough to reverse the result. But the Hawks produced a near facsimile of their 59-52 win on Jan. 12.
''It was close to a videotape of the first game,'' UMass coach Steve Lappas said. ''We just really didn't do a good job rebounding the ball and we didn't do as good a job defending the ball as we did the first time. ... It wasn't as physical as we need to play.''
The Minutemen fell to 3-3 in the conference and 9-7 overall. They play at St. Bonaventure at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
With last year's stars Jameer Nelson and Delonte West both collecting NBA paychecks now, the Hawks were expected to be rebuilding this season.
Instead at 8-7 overall and 5-1 in the conference, Saint Joseph's is among the favorites in the Atlantic 10 East.
''After our loss to Dayton (Jan. 19), I told our team you have to pick yourself up after that and come back and fight,'' Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli said. ''We certainly did that and I'm delighted to be 5-1 at this point in time.''
Pat Carroll, the Hawks' third scoring option last year has improved his offense considerably. UMass held him to nine points in the first meeting, but Carroll surpassed that in the first half Saturday and finished with 19.
Freshman Robert Ferguson had the best game of his career with 14 points.
Dwayne Jones hurt the Minutemen again will 11 points and 11 rebounds to help the Hawks gain a 29-22 advantage on the boards.
His bigger impact came defensively as he shut down Rashaun Freeman for the second time in 10 days. This time Freeman scored just four points, matching his career low.
''He's not a flashy player, but what he does, he does well,'' Freeman said. ''I think he's underrated. I know how good he is with shot blocking and rebounding. I didn't underestimate. But I just couldn't get it going.''
Lappas was impressed with junior point guard Dwayne Lee, who had 13 points and five assists. ''He did a great job. Give that kid credit. He really controlled the game,'' Lappas said.
Anthony Anderson led UMass in scoring (16 points), rebounding (six) and assists (seven). Maurice Maxwell added 14 points.
The Hawks built an eight-point lead midway through the first half, but the Minutemen sliced it to 23-22 after a technical on Martelli with 5:02 left in the half. That seemed to inspire St. Joseph's, which closed the half on a 13-3 run to lead 36-25 at the break.
The Hawks built their advantage to as many as 20 in the second half as UMass couldn't claw back.
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uture University of Massachusetts opponents will likely spend considerable time studying video of the Minutemen's two game against Saint Joseph's. Unlike most UMass opponents, the Hawks have had success containing Minuteman sophomore big man Rashaun Freeman, holding him to 10 points in two meetings this season.
Jeff Viggiano returned to action for the first time in a month.
St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli said he was impressed with his team's effort.
''It starts with defense with him. To come out of the game with Rashaun Freeman getting four, I'm very proud of the defensive performance of our frontcourt coming at him in a lot of different ways,'' Martelli said. ''We try not to do the same thing every time down the floor against him. I think he's so powerful in the lane. We're just holding lightning in the bottle there a little bit.''
Fortunately for the Minutemen, few opponents remaining have a player who matches Hawk center Dwayne Jones' size and defensive prowess.
''(Freeman) is a good player. The coaches did a good job preparing me for how he plays,'' Jones said. ''This is the fourth time I've played him so I think I have a pretty good understanding of what he does well and doesn't do well.''
UMass has struggled when Freeman has been unable to score. The preseason all-conference big man is averaging 8.7 points per game in losses compared to 19.2 in wins.
But UMass coach Steve Lappas was adamant that Freeman's struggles weren't the reason for the loss.
''This isn't on Ray,'' Lappas said. ''He did struggle offensively, but we did not box out the way we needed to box out as a group. I'm not going to lay it on his lap. We did not, as a team, play as physical against this team as we needed to.''
MARTIN SITS - Seldom-used senior forward Brennan Martin was held out of the game for what the school called a ''coach's decision.''
Lappas said he did not know whether Martin's absence would extend beyond Saturday's game.
''I'm not sure yet,'' Lappas said. ''I'll know Monday.''
RETURN OF VIGGIANO - Junior forward Jeff Viggiano saw his first action since spraining his ankle against Rider on Dec. 23.
He entered the game with 11 minutes, nine seconds remaining in the second half. He played five minutes and had one turnover and one missed shot. Lappas and Viggiano said they were both encouraged by his return.
''I thought it was very positive,'' Lappas said. ''If it was a closer game, I probably would not have (played him). I thought, in that situation, let's put him out there for three or four minutes and maybe he'd give us a spark.''
''It felt good while I was out there,'' Viggiano said. ''Now it's a conditioning matter. I was out of breath after five minutes.''
NEXT UP - The Minutemen return to the road this week to take on St. Bonaventure at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Bonnies are 1-15 and 0-5 in the Atlantic 10.
WOMEN POSTPONED - Sunday's scheduled game between the Minutewomen and Saint Joseph's was postponed because of the snowstorm to today at 1 p.m. at the Mullins Center.
Ticket holders who cannot attend today's game may exchange their tickets for any other game this season at the Mullins Center box office.
BELIEVE IT - Count Martelli among those stunned by Villanova's 83-62 upset of No. 2 Kansas Saturday.
When informed of the still-in-progress 70-40 score during his postgame press conference, Martelli assumed it was mistake.
''70-40?! That can't be right. That's impossible,'' he said.
ANDERSON MILESTONES - UMass senior guard Anthony Anderson had a season-high seven assists to move into the No. 7 spot on the school's all-time list with 354. He'll need quite a few to catch No. 6 Anton Brown who had 417.
Anderson passed three players into 23rd on the UMass career scoring list. His 16 points gave him 1,160 for his career and moved him past Rodger Twitchell (1,151), Will Herndon (1,148) and Lari Ketner (1,148). Anderson is just three behind No. 22 Rafer Giles.
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Official Basketball Box Score Saint Joseph's vs Massachusetts 01/22/05 12:00 p.m. at Amherst, Mass. (Mullins Center) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VISITORS: Saint Joseph's (8-7, 5-1 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 33 CARROLL, Pat........ f 7-15 5-8 0-0 0 0 0 2 19 2 0 0 1 34 40 MALLON, Dave........ f 2-3 0-0 2-2 2 1 3 5 6 1 2 1 2 11 21 JONES, Dwayne....... c 4-9 0-0 3-6 4 7 11 1 11 2 0 2 1 37 05 LEE, Dwayne......... g 4-7 1-3 4-4 0 1 1 2 13 5 3 0 1 38 13 STACHITAS, Chet..... g 2-7 0-1 2-3 5 1 6 1 6 5 3 0 1 33 01 JALLOH, Abdulai..... 1-1 0-0 2-2 0 2 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 11 03 SULLIVAN, Rob....... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 12 CALATHES, Pat....... 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 5 15 KATHOPOULIS, Pete... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 34 BRYANT, John........ 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 18 52 FERGUSON, Robert.... 5-6 2-3 2-2 0 2 2 2 14 1 1 1 0 13 TEAM................ 2 2 1 1 Totals.............. 25-50 8-16 15-19 13 16 29 18 73 19 11 7 7 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd Half: 12-22 54.5% Game: 50.0% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-8 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 50.0% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 6-7 85.7% 2nd Half: 9-12 75.0% Game: 78.9% 3,2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOME TEAM: Massachusetts (9-7, 3-3 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 6-11 2-3 0-0 1 3 4 2 14 2 1 0 1 37 05 Lasme, Stephane..... f 2-4 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 3 5 2 0 1 0 23 01 Freeman, Rashaun.... c 2-7 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 2 4 1 2 0 2 27 02 Chadwick, Chris..... g 2-4 0-1 3-4 0 0 0 1 7 0 1 0 2 30 12 Anderson, Anthony... g 5-9 3-6 3-4 1 5 6 4 16 7 5 0 1 38 22 Viggiano, Jeff...... 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 23 Carrier, Lawrence... 0-1 0-0 0-2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 8 24 Salovski, Jeff...... 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 10 34 Bowers, Art......... 2-5 2-3 2-2 2 0 2 2 8 0 2 0 0 22 TEAM................ 3 3 Totals.............. 19-45 7-14 9-14 10 12 22 16 54 13 15 2 6 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-23 39.1% 2nd Half: 10-22 45.5% Game: 42.2% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 50.0% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 4-8 50.0% 2nd Half: 5-6 83.3% Game: 64.3% 3,1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Officials: Murph Shapiro, Earl Watson, John Hughes Technical fouls: Saint Joseph's-TEAM. Massachusetts-None. Attendance: 3872 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Saint Joseph's................ 36 37 - 73 Massachusetts................. 25 29 - 54 ID-292482 Points in the paint-SJU 24,UMASS 22. Points off turnovers-SJU 17,UMASS 8. 2nd chance points-SJU 9,UMASS 3. Fast break points-SJU 14,UMASS 7. Bench points-SJU 18,UMASS 8. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-1 time. Last FG-SJU 2nd-01:57, UMASS 2nd-02:31.
Play-By-Play Saint Joseph's vs Massachusetts 01/22/05 12:00 p.m. at Amherst, Mass. (Mullins Center) 1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1) HOME TEAM: Massachusetts TIME SCORE MAR VISITORS: Saint Joseph's ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MISSED JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun 19:44 19:44 BLOCK by MALLON, Dave 19:41 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne 19:32 TURNOVR by MALLON, Dave FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun 19:21 TURNOVR by Freeman, Rashaun 19:21 19:13 TURNOVR by LEE, Dwayne STEAL by Maxwell, Maurice 19:12 GOOD! LAYUP by Maxwell, Maurice [FB/PNT] 19:10 2-0 H 2 18:50 MISSED 3 PTR by STACHITAS, Chet 18:50 REBOUND (OFF) by JONES, Dwayne 18:46 MISSED TIP-IN by JONES, Dwayne 18:46 REBOUND (OFF) by MALLON, Dave FOUL by Anderson, Anthony 18:44 18:36 2-3 V 1 GOOD! 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 18:36 ASSIST by STACHITAS, Chet MISSED 3 PTR by Anderson, Anthony 18:20 18:20 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne 17:49 MISSED LAYUP by JONES, Dwayne BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane 17:49 17:49 REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM) 17:44 2-6 V 4 GOOD! 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 17:44 ASSIST by LEE, Dwayne MISSED 3 PTR by Anderson, Anthony 17:24 17:24 REBOUND (DEF) by LEE, Dwayne 17:09 MISSED 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 17:09 REBOUND (OFF) by STACHITAS, Chet 17:08 TURNOVR by STACHITAS, Chet 16:39 FOUL by MALLON, Dave TURNOVR by Chadwick, Chris 16:35 16:33 STEAL by MALLON, Dave 16:27 MISSED JUMPER by CARROLL, Pat 16:27 REBOUND (OFF) by MALLON, Dave FOUL by Salovski, Jeff 16:21 16:10 MISSED JUMPER by STACHITAS, Chet REBOUND (DEF) by Salovski, Jeff 16:10 MISSED LAYUP by Salovski, Jeff 15:55 15:55 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne 15:48 2-8 V 6 GOOD! LAYUP by LEE, Dwayne [PNT] 15:29 FOUL by CARROLL, Pat TIMEOUT media 15:29 GOOD! 3 PTR by Maxwell, Maurice 15:20 5-8 V 3 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 15:20 FOUL by Bowers, Art 14:51 14:43 TURNOVR by LEE, Dwayne STEAL by Freeman, Rashaun 14:41 TURNOVR by Freeman, Rashaun 14:25 14:23 STEAL by JONES, Dwayne 13:57 MISSED JUMPER by STACHITAS, Chet 13:57 REBOUND (OFF) by JONES, Dwayne 13:51 MISSED TIP-IN by JONES, Dwayne 13:51 REBOUND (OFF) by JONES, Dwayne 13:48 MISSED TIP-IN by JONES, Dwayne REBOUND (DEF) by Maxwell, Maurice 13:48 13:46 FOUL by BRYANT, John GOOD! LAYUP by Anderson, Anthony [PNT] 13:35 7-8 V 1 13:19 7-10 V 3 GOOD! JUMPER by JONES, Dwayne [PNT] 13:19 ASSIST by JALLOH, Abdulai TURNOVR by Bowers, Art 13:04 FOUL by Maxwell, Maurice 12:40 12:40 7-11 V 4 GOOD! FT SHOT by JALLOH, Abdulai 12:40 7-12 V 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by JALLOH, Abdulai GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT] 12:21 9-12 V 3 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 12:21 11:43 9-14 V 5 GOOD! JUMPER by CARROLL, Pat 11:43 ASSIST by CALATHES, Pat TIMEOUT MEDIA 11:23 GOOD! LAYUP by Chadwick, Chris [PNT] 11:08 11-14 V 3 10:52 MISSED 3 PTR by CALATHES, Pat REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun 10:52 MISSED 3 PTR by Bowers, Art 10:35 10:35 BLOCK by CALATHES, Pat 10:33 REBOUND (DEF) by JALLOH, Abdulai 10:30 TURNOVR by JALLOH, Abdulai STEAL by Anderson, Anthony 10:28 MISSED LAYUP by Bowers, Art 10:22 10:21 BLOCK by JALLOH, Abdulai REBOUND (OFF) by Anderson, Anthony 10:20 10:08 FOUL by FERGUSON, Robert TURNOVR by Anderson, Anthony 09:59 09:57 STEAL by LEE, Dwayne 09:55 11-16 V 5 GOOD! LAYUP by LEE, Dwayne [FB/PNT] 09:35 FOUL by BRYANT, John MISSED JUMPER by Maxwell, Maurice 09:26 09:26 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne 09:16 11-19 V 8 GOOD! 3 PTR by LEE, Dwayne GOOD! JUMPER by Lasme, Stephane [PNT] 08:50 13-19 V 6 ASSIST by Maxwell, Maurice 08:50 08:37 MISSED JUMPER by CARROLL, Pat REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane 08:37 GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT] 08:21 15-19 V 4 ASSIST by Maxwell, Maurice 08:21 07:48 15-20 V 5 GOOD! FT SHOT by STACHITAS, Chet FOUL by Bowers, Art 07:48 07:48 MISSED FT SHOT by STACHITAS, Chet 07:48 TIMEOUT MEDIA 07:48 REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL) 07:48 15-21 V 6 GOOD! FT SHOT by STACHITAS, Chet TURNOVR by Salovski, Jeff 07:28 07:05 MISSED JUMPER by JONES, Dwayne 07:05 REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM) 06:40 MISSED 3 PTR by LEE, Dwayne REBOUND (DEF) by Anderson, Anthony 06:40 MISSED 3 PTR by Chadwick, Chris 06:22 REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane 06:22 GOOD! 3 PTR by Anderson, Anthony 06:16 18-21 V 3 ASSIST by Lasme, Stephane 06:16 05:52 18-23 V 5 GOOD! LAYUP by STACHITAS, Chet [PNT] GOOD! 3 PTR by Maxwell, Maurice 05:24 21-23 V 2 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 05:24 05:04 TURNOVR by MALLON, Dave 05:02 FOUL by (TEAM) 05:02 FOUL TECHNCL by the bench MISSED FT SHOT by Anderson, Anthony 05:02 REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL) 05:02 GOOD! FT SHOT by Anderson, Anthony 05:02 22-23 V 1 MISSED JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun 04:45 04:45 REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL) FOUL by Lasme, Stephane 04:45 04:45 22-24 V 2 GOOD! FT SHOT by MALLON, Dave 04:45 22-25 V 3 GOOD! FT SHOT by MALLON, Dave 04:30 FOUL by MALLON, Dave MISSED FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane 04:30 REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL) 04:30 GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane 04:30 23-25 V 2 04:17 23-27 V 4 GOOD! DUNK by JONES, Dwayne [PNT] 04:17 ASSIST by STACHITAS, Chet TIMEOUT media 03:53 TURNOVR by Anderson, Anthony 03:41 03:27 TURNOVR by STACHITAS, Chet MISSED JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun 03:00 REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM) 03:00 MISSED LAYUP by Anderson, Anthony 02:47 02:47 REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL) 02:26 23-29 V 6 GOOD! DUNK by JONES, Dwayne [PNT] 02:26 ASSIST by FERGUSON, Robert MISSED LAYUP by Carrier, Lawrence 02:06 REBOUND (OFF) by Carrier, Lawrence 02:06 02:05 FOUL by FERGUSON, Robert MISSED FT SHOT by Carrier, Lawrence 02:05 REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL) 02:05 MISSED FT SHOT by Carrier, Lawrence 02:05 02:05 REBOUND (DEF) by FERGUSON, Robert 01:57 MISSED LAYUP by STACHITAS, Chet BLOCK by Carrier, Lawrence 01:57 REBOUND (DEF) by Maxwell, Maurice 01:54 MISSED JUMPER by Maxwell, Maurice 01:46 01:46 BLOCK by FERGUSON, Robert 01:43 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne 01:37 23-32 V 9 GOOD! 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 01:37 ASSIST by STACHITAS, Chet MISSED JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun 01:07 01:07 REBOUND (DEF) by FERGUSON, Robert 01:00 MISSED JUMPER by LEE, Dwayne REBOUND (DEF) by Anderson, Anthony 01:00 00:55 FOUL by STACHITAS, Chet GOOD! FT SHOT by Anderson, Anthony 00:55 24-32 V 8 GOOD! FT SHOT by Anderson, Anthony 00:55 25-32 V 7 00:50 TIMEOUT 30sec 00:35 25-34 V 9 GOOD! LAYUP by FERGUSON, Robert [PNT] TURNOVR by Maxwell, Maurice 00:07 00:07 STEAL by JALLOH, Abdulai TIMEOUT 30sec 00:07 00:00 25-36 V 11 GOOD! JUMPER by CARROLL, Pat 00:00 ASSIST by LEE, Dwayne Saint Joseph's 36, Massachusetts 25 1st period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Saint Joseph's 14 6 6 5 4 0 1 Massachusetts 12 3 3 2 0 0 0 2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1) HOME TEAM: Massachusetts TIME SCORE MAR VISITORS: Saint Joseph's ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19:45 25-38 V 13 GOOD! JUMPER by MALLON, Dave 19:45 ASSIST by JONES, Dwayne 19:26 FOUL by MALLON, Dave MISSED LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane 19:12 19:12 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne 18:45 25-40 V 15 GOOD! LAYUP by MALLON, Dave [PNT] 18:45 ASSIST by CARROLL, Pat MISSED DUNK by Maxwell, Maurice 18:17 REBOUND (OFF) by Maxwell, Maurice 18:17 MISSED LAYUP by Maxwell, Maurice 18:13 18:13 REBOUND (DEF) by MALLON, Dave 18:04 MISSED JUMPER by CARROLL, Pat REBOUND (DEF) by Anderson, Anthony 18:04 GOOD! JUMPER by Anderson, Anthony 17:50 27-40 V 13 17:40 MISSED LAYUP by STACHITAS, Chet 17:40 REBOUND (OFF) by STACHITAS, Chet 17:35 MISSED JUMPER by MALLON, Dave REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun 17:35 TURNOVR by Anderson, Anthony 17:24 17:22 STEAL by MALLON, Dave 17:19 27-42 V 15 GOOD! LAYUP by LEE, Dwayne [FB/PNT] 17:19 ASSIST by MALLON, Dave GOOD! LAYUP by Chadwick, Chris [PNT] 17:03 29-42 V 13 16:51 FOUL by MALLON, Dave MISSED JUMPER by Chadwick, Chris 16:21 16:21 REBOUND (DEF) by STACHITAS, Chet 16:13 29-45 V 16 GOOD! 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 16:13 ASSIST by JONES, Dwayne TIMEOUT 30sec 16:05 MISSED LAYUP by Salovski, Jeff 15:47 15:47 BLOCK by JONES, Dwayne REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM) 15:47 TIMEOUT MEDIA 15:46 TURNOVR by Salovski, Jeff 15:32 FOUL by Salovski, Jeff 15:03 15:03 MISSED FT SHOT by JONES, Dwayne 15:03 REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL) 15:03 29-46 V 17 GOOD! FT SHOT by JONES, Dwayne GOOD! JUMPER by Maxwell, Maurice [PNT] 14:45 31-46 V 15 ASSIST by Freeman, Rashaun 14:45 14:25 31-48 V 17 GOOD! JUMPER by STACHITAS, Chet 14:25 ASSIST by LEE, Dwayne MISSED JUMPER by Salovski, Jeff 14:09 14:09 BLOCK by JONES, Dwayne REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM) 14:08 MISSED 3 PTR by Anderson, Anthony 14:02 REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun 14:02 13:58 FOUL by JALLOH, Abdulai TIMEOUT 30sec 13:58 13:56 FOUL by CARROLL, Pat TURNOVR by Salovski, Jeff 13:48 13:22 MISSED LAYUP by CARROLL, Pat REBOUND (DEF) by Maxwell, Maurice 13:22 13:12 FOUL by LEE, Dwayne MISSED JUMPER by Lasme, Stephane 13:05 13:05 BLOCK by BRYANT, John 13:03 REBOUND (DEF) by JALLOH, Abdulai 13:01 31-50 V 19 GOOD! LAYUP by JALLOH, Abdulai [FB/PNT] 12:44 FOUL by LEE, Dwayne GOOD! 3 PTR by Anderson, Anthony 12:39 34-50 V 16 ASSIST by Carrier, Lawrence 12:39 12:01 TURNOVR by (TEAM) 12:01 TIMEOUT media TURNOVR by Anderson, Anthony 11:46 11:09 MISSED 3 PTR by FERGUSON, Robert REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL) 11:09 GOOD! JUMPER by Maxwell, Maurice [PNT] 10:43 36-50 V 14 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 10:43 10:17 MISSED LAYUP by BRYANT, John 10:17 REBOUND (OFF) by STACHITAS, Chet 09:53 MISSED 3 PTR by LEE, Dwayne REBOUND (DEF) by Anderson, Anthony 09:53 MISSED LAYUP by Bowers, Art 09:44 09:44 REBOUND (DEF) by BRYANT, John 09:22 36-52 V 16 GOOD! JUMPER by FERGUSON, Robert 09:22 ASSIST by BRYANT, John GOOD! 3 PTR by Bowers, Art 09:10 39-52 V 13 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 09:10 08:40 TURNOVR by FERGUSON, Robert STEAL by Freeman, Rashaun 08:38 TURNOVR by Viggiano, Jeff 08:35 08:10 39-55 V 16 GOOD! 3 PTR by FERGUSON, Robert 08:10 ASSIST by CARROLL, Pat MISSED 3 PTR by Viggiano, Jeff 07:56 07:56 REBOUND (DEF) by CALATHES, Pat 07:31 39-58 V 19 GOOD! 3 PTR by FERGUSON, Robert 07:31 ASSIST by LEE, Dwayne TIMEOUT MEDIA 07:29 MISSED 3 PTR by Maxwell, Maurice 07:14 REBOUND (OFF) by Bowers, Art 07:14 MISSED LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun 07:04 07:04 REBOUND (DEF) by JONES, Dwayne FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun 06:34 06:34 MISSED FT SHOT by JONES, Dwayne 06:34 REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL) 06:34 39-59 V 20 GOOD! FT SHOT by JONES, Dwayne 06:24 FOUL by CALATHES, Pat GOOD! FT SHOT by Chadwick, Chris 06:24 40-59 V 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by Chadwick, Chris 06:24 41-59 V 18 06:20 TURNOVR by STACHITAS, Chet STEAL by Chadwick, Chris 06:18 GOOD! 3 PTR by Bowers, Art 06:15 44-59 V 15 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 06:15 06:03 44-61 V 17 GOOD! DUNK by JONES, Dwayne [FB/PNT] 06:03 ASSIST by STACHITAS, Chet 05:41 FOUL by JONES, Dwayne GOOD! FT SHOT by Bowers, Art 05:41 45-61 V 16 GOOD! FT SHOT by Bowers, Art 05:41 46-61 V 15 FOUL by Anderson, Anthony 05:16 05:00 46-64 V 18 GOOD! 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 05:00 ASSIST by LEE, Dwayne GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT] 04:33 48-64 V 16 ASSIST by Anderson, Anthony 04:33 TIMEOUT 30sec 04:32 04:29 TURNOVR by LEE, Dwayne STEAL by Chadwick, Chris 04:27 GOOD! LAYUP by Maxwell, Maurice [FB/PNT] 04:25 50-64 V 14 FOUL by Chadwick, Chris 04:19 FOUL by Anderson, Anthony 03:57 03:57 TIMEOUT media FOUL by Lasme, Stephane 03:29 03:29 50-65 V 15 GOOD! FT SHOT by FERGUSON, Robert 03:29 50-66 V 16 GOOD! FT SHOT by FERGUSON, Robert 03:09 MISSED LAYUP by CARROLL, Pat 03:09 REBOUND (OFF) by STACHITAS, Chet 02:49 MISSED 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat REBOUND (DEF) by Anderson, Anthony 02:49 GOOD! 3 PTR by Anderson, Anthony 02:31 53-66 V 13 ASSIST by Lasme, Stephane 02:31 02:10 TIMEOUT 30sec 01:57 53-68 V 15 GOOD! LAYUP by FERGUSON, Robert [PNT] 01:57 ASSIST by STACHITAS, Chet TURNOVR by Bowers, Art 01:46 01:42 STEAL by STACHITAS, Chet FOUL by Maxwell, Maurice 01:36 01:36 53-69 V 16 GOOD! FT SHOT by LEE, Dwayne 01:36 53-70 V 17 GOOD! FT SHOT by LEE, Dwayne 01:32 FOUL by MALLON, Dave GOOD! FT SHOT by Chadwick, Chris 01:32 54-70 V 16 MISSED FT SHOT by Chadwick, Chris 01:32 REBOUND (OFF) by Bowers, Art 01:32 TURNOVR by Anderson, Anthony 01:25 01:23 STEAL by CARROLL, Pat 00:52 MISSED 3 PTR by CARROLL, Pat 00:52 REBOUND (OFF) by JONES, Dwayne FOUL by Anderson, Anthony 00:50 00:50 54-71 V 17 GOOD! FT SHOT by JONES, Dwayne 00:50 MISSED FT SHOT by JONES, Dwayne 00:50 REBOUND (OFF) by STACHITAS, Chet FOUL by Lasme, Stephane 00:15 00:15 54-72 V 18 GOOD! FT SHOT by LEE, Dwayne 00:15 54-73 V 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by LEE, Dwayne Saint Joseph's 73, Massachusetts 54 2nd period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Saint Joseph's 10 11 3 9 14 0 0 Massachusetts 10 5 0 5 8 0 0 POINTS OFF TURNOVERS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 6 11 - 17 Massachusetts........... 3 5 - 8 POINTS IN PAINT 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 14 10 - 24 Massachusetts........... 12 10 - 22 2ND CHANCE POINTS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 6 3 - 9 Massachusetts........... 3 0 - 3 FAST BREAK POINTS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 5 9 - 14 Massachusetts........... 2 5 - 7 BENCH POINTS 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 4 14 - 18 Massachusetts........... 0 8 - 8 SCORE TIED BY 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 0 0 - 0 Massachusetts........... 0 0 - 0 LEAD GAINED BY 1 2 - Tot Saint Joseph's.......... 1 0 - 1 Massachusetts........... 0 0 - 0