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Tougher Temple expected
By Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 2/1/2006

PHILADELPHIA - Less than two weeks after the University of Massachusetts men's basketball team stunned Temple 60-34 at the Mullins Center, the coaches of both teams said they expect a much more even game when they meet at 7 tonight at the Liacouras Center.

Temple has proven to be a very, very good basketball team. You don't beat Alabama, Maryland, South Carolina, Xavier without being a good basketball team, UMass coach Travis Ford said Tuesday.

'We just caught them on one of those days. No more, no less. Just one of those days. It all boils down to making shots. Offense is about putting the ball in the hole. They didn't make that many shots against us. It wasn't that our defense was so great. It was just one of those nights.'

Temple coach John Chaney pretty much agreed Monday.

'I think my team double-crossed me because it was my birthday. I think all of them wanted to punish me that day,' said Chaney, who turned 74 on Jan. 21. 'All my life I've never seen a team that was that poor at playing against a zone. We never once attacked a zone the way you're supposed to. Other teams have played zone and we've gone right at it. It's something we work on every day. I don't know why it happened. Everybody just seemed to be bad.'

The teams have gone in opposite directions since that game.

The Owls have come back to life. They beat Xavier 81-79 Jan. 25 and then upset No. 18 Maryland 91-85 Saturday. They scored 57 more points against the Terps than they did against the Minutemen.

Mardy Collins, who had just eight points against UMass, has averaged 26.5 points, 8.5 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 4 steals in the two games since.

Ford expects Temple to be better, but not much different in their style tonight.

'Temple plays a certain style of basketball. I don't know how much they're going to actually change their playing style,' Ford said. 'They may watch for Lawrence Carrier in the corner a little more, but I don't think they're going to change a whole lot. There's no question they're going to play a lot better.'

Since that game, the Minutemen hit the road and lost a heartbreaker at Rhode Island 58-55 and then struggled against La Salle Sunday, losing 68-61 to drop to 9-8, 4-3 in the A-10.

Ford said the back-to-back losses are not cause for overreaction.

'We're losing, but we're still close and I don't even think we're playing that well. Maybe I'm expecting too much,' Ford said. 'We just need to figure out how to play better. We don't need to panic. We're playing hard. We need to reward our effort with some production. Scoring gives you great confidence. Making free throws gives you confidence.'

Ford said he hopes junior wing Brandon Thomas' confidence would be on the rise. After scoring two points in the opener against Hartford, Thomas scored in double figures in three straight games and looked like someone UMass would rely on offensively. His production dipped for the next five games, but he had 12 and 10 points against Boston College and Duquesne.

But Thomas struggled after he was moved to point guard to replace the suspended Maurice Maxwell, and averaged just eight minutes in the last four games.

'He's slowly getting more minutes and more confidence,' Ford said. 'He's doing a lot of really good things when he gets into the games, but he needs to do more of those and less of the traveling and charges.'

Matt Vautour can be reached at mvautour@gazettenet.com. For more UMass coverage including a frequently updated UMass sports blog, go to www.dailyhampshiregazette.com/umsports.


Temple Gets The Best Of UMass, 76-47
James Life leads Minutemen with 19 points
From UMass Athletics, 2/1/2006

PHIADELPHIA - Mardy Collins scored 22 points, and Antywane Robinson added 19 points and nine rebounds as Temple held Massachusetts to a season-low point total in a 76-47 victory Wednesday night.

UMassHoops.com note...

Temple coach John Chaney would eventually retire at the end of the 2005-06 season. UMass had never faced Temple before without John Chaney, but the 2/1/06 game would be the last time. UMass played John Chaney's Temple team 56 times, with Temple winning that series 38-18 (.679 winning percentage). The two schools faced each other in the A-10 championship games in 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 2001.

The victory gave the Owls (12-7, 5-3 Atlantic 10) a measure of revenge for an embarrassing loss at Massachusetts (9-9, 4-4). On Jan. 21, Temple had its lowest point total since 1973 in a 60-34 loss.

On Wednesday, Dionte Christmas hit a 3-pointer with 53 seconds left in the first half and the Owls matched their previous point total against UMass. In that first meeting, the Owls trailed 29-15 at halftime. This time, they led 34-9 after the opening 20 minutes.

Robinson had 11 points in the period and single-handedly outscored the Minutemen.

In the first meeting, the Owls managed only 13 field goals. This time they had 13 at halftime. The Owls shot 5-for-12 from beyond the arc in the first half and 10-for-21 overall. That was quite a difference from the first game, when they hit just two 3-pointers.

Massachusetts had more turnovers (11) than points at halftime. The Minutemen shot 4-for-18 from the floor in the half and missed all eight of their 3-point attempts.

The Owls remained in control in the second half, opening the period with an 8-2 run that extended their lead to 31 points.

With 11:08 left, the Minutemen got within 49-28 on a 3-pointer by James Life, but were unable to get closer.

Life scored 19 points and was the only Massachusetts player in double figures.


Temple gets revenge
By Rob Greenfield, The Daily Collegian Staff, 2/2/2006

Temple sharp-shooter Mardy Collins said that his team was looking to beat the Massachusetts men's basketball team by 30 points and embarrass them the way his team was embarrassed in a 60-34 loss to UMass on Jan. 21.

Collins' statements turned out to be prophetic: the Owls (12-7, 5-3 Atlantic 10) dominated the Minutemen in a convincing 76-47 win, outplaying UMass (9-9, 4-4 A-10) in all aspects of the game.

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The camera caught a sleepy look on Travis Ford's face. Who could blame him, when the Minutemen hit only one of their first eleven shots and quickly fell behind.
"I wasn't happy with the way we competed," UMass coach Travis Ford said. "We got out-rebounded by a team that doesn't out-rebound anybody. It was definitely a group effort tonight as far as our not playing well.

"Our guys played great basketball when the game was over," Ford fumed. "It's easy to play when you're down 30 and you have nothing to lose. I'm very disappointed."

UMass will be back in action on Saturday at 7 p.m. when the Rhode Island Rams visit the Mullins Center for the second matchup of the season between the two teams.

The Owls were fired up for the rematch with the Minutemen, who handled John Chaney's team with ease in front of 8,127 fans in Amherst less than two weeks ago. This time, however, it was Temple dishing out the embarrassing defeat.

"They were killing us on the glass. They got to lose balls quicker than we did," Ford said. "We were standing around and watching. We have so far to go as a basketball team; I'm done with this game. I'm more concerned with where our team is headed."

There wasn't much to celebrate for Ford and company. UMass committed 11 turnovers in the first half and scored only nine points, the fewest scored in one half ever at the Liacouras Center. The Minutemen turned the ball over 17 times in the game, compared to just seven by the Owls.

The roles were reversed last night: in the first meeting UMass shot the lights out, but last night it was all Temple from downtown, shooting 10-21 from 3-point land.

Temple began the first half with a 5-0 run before Rashaun Freeman sliced through the defense and dropped in a baby hook shot about four minutes into the game. Stephane Lasme got into the action early with an emphatic block on the weak side, but Temple's Mark Tyndale buried a 3-pointer off of an offensive rebound to push the Owls' lead to 8-2.

At the 13:06 mark, Collins sent an early message to the Minutemen by extending Temple's lead into double digits with a perfect pass to Antywane Robinson on a fast break for a thunderous alley-oop slam. That made it 12-2 before a Temple steal followed by an offensive rebound and a put-back forced Ford to call a timeout.

The UMass offense was non-existent in the first half, as the Minutemen scored just three points in the first 11:29 of play. The Owls were feeling it from the start, burying 3-pointers (Robinson and Collins) on back-to-back possessions in the span of a minute, giving the Owls a 26-5 lead.

Freeman hit a 10-footer from the left baseline for UMass' third field goal of its dismal first half with 3:15 remaining, and Lasme added another two with a dunk around the minute mark to get UMass' point total to an abysmal nine by the break.


UMass gets taste of own medicine
By Michael Shelton, The Boston Globe Correspondent, 2/2/2006

PHILADELPHIA -- It is said that time heals all wounds. But the wounds inflicted by the University of Massachusetts basketball team while embarrassing Temple, 60-34, just 11 days ago hardly had time to close, let alone heal.

The 34 points allowed were the fewest by a UMass opponent since 1950, and the fewest scored by a Temple squad since 1973, when current UMass coach Travis Ford was just a toddler. As a bonus, the beating had occurred before an ESPN audience.

That loss, however, seemed to awaken a sleeping giant, or in this case a sleeping Owl, as John Chaney's squad had recorded impressive victories over Xavier and Maryland, tallying 81 and 91 points since the Mullins Center Massacre.

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Rashaun Freeman passes out of the double-team down low. Freeman was held to four shots and eight points on the night.
Last night, there was no national audience to witness the battle. Just as well for the Minutemen, who suffered a 76-47 loss in a game that was over almost as soon as it began.

The Owls came out with a vengeance, beating UMass to almost every loose ball; rebounding and playing defense like the game was for the national championship. Whenever a UMass player got the ball, there were two or sometimes three defenders suffocating him. Whenever the Minutemen attempted a pass, there was a Temple player there to bat the ball away. Whenever there was a missed shot, an Owl was waiting to pluck the ball out of the air.

The Owls attacked the Minutemen relentlessly, and when Mardy Collins hit a jumper with 4:35 remaining in the first half, it was 28-5, Temple. During a stretch of 14:39 in the first half, the Minutemen converted just one field goal.

Temple (12-7, 5-3 Atlantic 10) wouldn't be held to 34 points this time; in fact, the Owls matched their output of the previous meeting in the first half, as they went to the locker room with a 34-9 lead. The 9 points were easily the fewest put up by UMass in a half this season. And it marked the lowest output by a Temple opponent in a half in six years.

So, what did Ford say to his team at halftime? ''Fifteen minutes wasn't enough time to cover all of the things we needed to cover," he said. ''I just challenged them. It wasn't going to do any good to go in there and scream and yell. It was more pleading."

The second half didn't start much better for UMass, as the Owls opened with an 8-2 run to increase the lead to 31 points, equaling their largest of the night. The Minutemen began picking up the pace, led by sharpshooter James Life, who has begun to discover his heralded long-range shooting in the past few games. Life led UMass with 19 points, all after the break, but the damage was already done, and the Minutemen never got closer than 23 points.

Ford's final assessment? ''They just played harder," he said. ''They made shots, we missed shots. They rebounded, we didn't rebound. They didn't turn the ball over, we turned the ball over."

Collins led all scorers with 22 points, and Antywane Robinson added 19 points and nine rebounds.

The loss ended a disastrous three-game road trip for the Minutemen (9-9, 4-4), lowering their record away from the Mullins Center to 2-9. They now return home, where they are 7-0 this season and have won 11 straight overall, for games against Rhode Island and La Salle.


Collins leads Owls to vengeful victory over visiting UMass
From Temple Athletics, 2/2/2006

PHILADELPHIA – Revenge can be an ugly thing, just ask the Massachusetts men’s basketball team. Temple, after suffering an embarrassing 60-34 loss in Amherst on Jan. 21, thoroughly dismantled the visiting Minutemen Wednesday evening at the Liacouras Center, holding their A-10 rival to nine first half points en route to a 76-47 victory.

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Mardy Collins and the Temple defense was in the Minutemen's face all night, in this case in front of James Life.
Senior All-America candidate Mardy Collins scored a game-high 22 points on 10-of-17 shooting, his third consecutive straight game with 20 or more points. He was joined in double figures by senior forward Antywane Robinson and junior guard Dustin Salisbery, who scored 19 and 13 points, respectively. Sophomore guard Mark Tyndale grabbed a game-best 10 rebounds while contributing six points.

"They did it to us and we just wanted to do the same," said Collins. "It was nothing disrespectful It was just out mindset."

The Owls made 11 steals, contributing to 17 Massachusetts turnovers, while out-rebounding the visitors by a 39-32 margin. Temple shot 39.4 percent (13-33) from the field and made 47.6 percent (10-21) of its three pointers. UMass made 37.5 percent (18-48) of its shots and 27.3 percent (6-22) from behind the arc.

Junior guard James Life was the only Minuteman in double-figures, scoring 19 points.

Temple (12-7, 5-3), which led by 25 points at the half, never let its advantage dip beneath 23 points after the break. Despite improved shooting by the visitors, the Owls realized their largest lead of the contest, 31 points (70-39), with 3:54 remaining after a Collins jumper.

Things started out poorly for Massachusetts (9-9, 4-4) and got progressively worse. The Minutemen made just one of their first eight shots and Temple grabbed six of the contest’s first seven rebounds to jump out to an 8-2 lead. The Owls lead then steadily increased, courtesy of solid rebounding and poor shooting by the visitors. After Robinson brought the crowd to its feet on an alley-oop slam dunk off of a Collins pass to register a 12-2 score at 13:23, the rout was on.

UMass made just one of its opening 11 and two of its first 15 shots. Meanwhile John Chaney’s famed match-up zone thoroughly befuddled the visitors, who were committing turnovers at a steady rate.

A Stephane Lasme lay-up with 8:56 remaining before the midpoint reduced the deficit to 20-5 and snapped a field goal drought of eight minutes for the Minutemen. Fortunately for the Cherry & White faithful, another drought ensued, and Temple extended its lead to 28-5 before a Rashaun Freeman jumper over five minutes later resulted in a 28-7 score.

The Owls scored six of the final eight points of the opening stanza and took a 34-9 lead into the locker room. UMass’ first half scoring output set a building record for least points scored in a half. It was also the fewest points scored by a Temple opponent in a half since Rhode Island posted nine in the opening stanza in a 74-40 loss to the Owls in Kingston on February 5, 2000.

Temple shot 39.4 percent (13-33) in the first half, including a 41.7 percent (5-12) from behind the arc. Rhode Island made just 22.2 percent (4-18) of its field goals, and missed all eight of its three point attempts. The Owls also out-rebounded the visitors, 23-15, while clearing the offensive glass on 10 occasions. UMass committed 11 turnovers while the Owls had just one miscue prior to the midpoint.

Temple returns to the hardwood this Saturday in a 4:00 p.m. contest at Atlantic 10 and Big 5 rival La Salle. The match-up will mark the 98th all-time meeting between the schools, with the Owls holding a 60-37 advantage in victories. The game will be televised live on Comcast SportsNet.


This time, Temple embarrasses UMass
The Minutemen scored just 9 points in the first half, falling to Temple, 76-47, in their rematch
By Mike Jensen, The Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer, 1/30/2006

When Temple and Massachusetts take the same court, this much we know: Somebody leaves embarrassed.

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Lawrence Carrier finds himself in trouble.
Just 11 days after Temple's 34-point effort at UMass, the Minutemen had a first-half scoring effort at the Liacouras Center last night that was even worse than either miserable Temple half in Amherst.

"Fifteen minutes [at halftime] wasn't enough time to cover all the things we needed to cover," UMass coach Travis Ford said after his team scored just nine points in the first half. "I just challenged them."

At the end, Temple had a 76-47 victory, giving the Owls (12-7 overall, 5-3 Atlantic Ten) their sixth win in seven games. That's a 55-point swing in 11 days. UMass beat Temple by 60-34 on Jan. 21.

Last night's performance and impressive victories over Xavier and Maryland since the UMass debacle were not enough to make Temple coach John Chaney forget how he felt that day.

"You have friends when you have money in your pocket," Chaney said, referring to his team's play when things start going right for them. "These guys are unbelievable. They're giving me the greatest roller-coaster ride of my life."

By late in the second half, the Owls student section was calling out the name of point guard Mardy Collins after he drove through UMass for another basket. The fans chanted, "You can't guard him."

In recent games, Collins, back to being the No. 1 option in Temple's offense, has been a dominant player. He finished with 22 points, after scoring 28 against Xavier and 25 vs. Maryland.

"We could have gone one of two ways after that game," he said of the rout at UMass. "We could have gone in the tank."

Collins had said before last night's game that he wanted to beat UMass by 30 points.

"They did it to us," Collins said. "They really embarrassed us. We wanted to come down here and do the same thing. No disrespect against them, but that was our mind-set before the game: Do the same thing they did to us."

The Minutemen produced the lowest-scoring half by any team in the nine-season history of the Liacouras Center. UMass (9-9, 4-4) made four baskets and had 11 turnovers. Three of the UMass baskets were layups or dunks. They went eight minutes between baskets, then went five more before their next one.

In the first half, Antywane Robinson used one end of the court for his personal playground. By halftime, the Owls forward had 11 points, and five of his eight rebounds were at the offensive end. The senior, in a real comfort zone, even got two offensive rebounds on one possession. He finished the game with 19 points, nine rebounds, three steals and a couple of blocks.

UMass has lost three straight since wiping out Temple. Ford, the former Kentucky guard and first-year Minutemen coach, used the word "lazy" in describing how his team played in the first half, when Temple seemed to get to every loose ball. He hated how his team defended the three-point line.

"It wasn't screaming and yelling," Ford said of his halftime chat. "It was more pleading.".


Belated gift for Chaney
Owls' win makes up for loss on coach's birthday
By Mike Kern, The Philadelphia Daily News, 2/2/2006

Temple spoiled John Chaney's 74th birthday on Jan. 21 by going to Massachusetts and scoring 34 points, the lowest total of the Chaney era. The Owls lost by 26, which wasn't even their worst road loss of the season.

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Stephane Lasme misses the block and ends up hacking Wayne Marshall.
So naturally, in last night's rematch at the Liacouras Center, the Owls had 34 by halftime, at which point they led by 25. The final was 76-47, which made it a mere 55-point turnaround.

If you've followed this team for any length of time, you realized quite a while ago that it really doesn't have to make sense.

And by the way, didn't this used to be the marquee matchup in the Atlantic 10? Just wondering.

Anyway, the Owls (12-7, 5-3) have won three straight since that first meeting, all in this building. In the other two, they scored 81 and 91, respectively, against Xavier and nationally ranked Maryland. Before that, the Owls had broken 73 once, on Jan. 11 at St. Bonaventure.

"I think the [first] UMass game woke us up," said guard Mardy Collins, who has really started playing like a potential first-round NBA draft pick.

On Tuesday, Collins said he wanted to win by 30 and "embarrass" the Minutemen.

"They did it to us, so I wanted to do the same to them," he explained. "It was nothing disrespectful. It was just our mind-set."

The last time Temple held an opponent to nine in the opening 20 minutes was Feb. 5, 2000, at Rhode Island.

"The goal was to hold them under 40," said Collins, who finished with 22 points, five assists and three steals. "When we went up there, we just didn't bring any intensity to the floor. We were embarrassed. We could have gone two ways. We could have gone in the tank."

The Owls visit La Salle Saturday, then head to Charlotte. They also have road games left at Saint Louis and Rhode Island. They're 4-5 away from home. And that includes a two-point win at the buzzer at Dayton.

If they intend to make it into the NCAA field for the first time in 5 years, they need to start traveling better. It's the third time they've won three in a row. The other streaks ended in hostile environments.

"We've got to take this with us," Collins said. "Play together and play hard. We do well here. We have to transfer that. That's a key.

"Usually, we play better when we know everybody's against us. Once we start slow, we don't respond. If we can get out to a good start, we could wind up playing a good game."

Fair enough.

The Owls, who twice led by as many as 31, got 19 points and nine rebounds from Antywane Robinson, 13 points from Dustin Salisbury and 10 boards from Mark Tyndale. They shot 47.6 percent from the arc, 47.1 from the foul line. It's becoming a habit.

UMass (9-9, 4-4) got 19 points from James Life and little else.

"I've been down by that many [at halftime], but not with nine points," noted first-year Minutemen coach Travis Ford, the former Kentucky guard, who was on a team that came back from 31 down in the final 15 minutes against LSU in 1994. "We really played together. Unfortunately, it was bad together.

"[Temple] obviously used [the first game] as a motivating factor and responded from it."

Chaney, of course, found things not to be happy about. Just because.

"I should have taken all their [butts] off the court up there," he began. "I didn't want to embarrass them on national TV. Instead, I embarrassed myself. I usually make good decisions.

"Again, it's not [our] defense [that's making a difference]. Kids and adults feel good about what they're doing when they're scoring. You can reach them. Everybody's your friend, when there's money in your pocket.

"They do some great things. Then... It's been the biggest roller coaster ride of my life."

And, for better or worse, it's far from over.


Owls pay back UMass in big way, Crushing loss in Philadelphia
By Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 2/2/2006

PHILADELPHIA - Mardy Collins got his wish, or close to it.

The senior guard for Temple said Tuesday he wanted to beat the University of Massachusetts by 30 and embarrass the Minutemen. The Owls' final margin fell just shy of 30, but they crushed UMass 76-47 Wednesday at the Liacouras Center.

With the humiliating memory of their Jan. 21 60-34 loss in Amherst, the Owls had vengeance on their minds.

'They did it to us. We wanted to do the same to them,' Collins said. 'Nothing disrespectful, it was just our mind-set.'

Collins helped his own blowout quest with 22 points and five assists. Antywane Robinson added 19 points and nine rebounds for Temple, while Dustin Salisbery scored 13.

James Life, who missed his first seven shots and was scoreless at the break, kept firing in the second half and finished with 19 to lead UMass. Rashaun Freeman and Stephane Lasme each scored eight points.

'They just played harder,' UMass coach Travis Ford said. 'They made shots. We missed shots. They rebounded. We didn't. They didn't turn the ball over. We turned the ball over. You can go right down the line.

'We really played together tonight. Unfortunately it was bad together,' Ford added. 'We need to do what Temple did (after its blowout loss). They obviously used it as a motivating factor and really responded from it.'

The Minutemen fell to .500 overall (9-9) and in the Atlantic 10 (4-4). UMass will try to snap its three-game losing streak at 7 p.m. Saturday against Rhode Island at the Mullins Center.

Temple, which has won three straight since losing to UMass, improved to 12-7, 5-3 A-10. The Owls are at La Salle at 4 p.m. Saturday.

'We're down. We're frustrated. We're frustrated with ourselves,' said senior captain Jeff Viggiano. 'With the way we beat Temple last time, you'd think we'd give a little better effort than we did tonight. We just have to find ourselves right now. This can go either way. We have to stay together.'

It got ugly fast Wednesday.

UMass had one field goal in the game's first 11 minutes as Temple opened an early 20-3 lead. Ford, who was part of a Kentucky team that came back from a 31-point deficit with 15 minutes, 38 seconds left to beat Louisiana State in 1994, couldn't will his team to repeat that effort. He tried lineup combination after combination, but nothing worked as Temple stretched its lead to 34-9 at halftime.

'I've been down by that many before but I don't think it's ever been with nine points,' Ford said. 'Fifteen minutes wasn't enough time to cover all the things we needed to cover at halftime. I can live with missed shots and even turnovers. But how we were turning the ball over was disappointing, lazy. We usually don't get outrebounded. We usually defend the 3-point line. It wasn't going to do any good to scream and yell. It was more pleading.'

Temple didn't need to shoot exceptionally well to grab the big intermission advantage. The Owls made just 13-of-33 first-half shots. But the Minutemen had more turnovers (11) than points.

UMass finally cracked double digits 2:02 into the second half on a pull-up jumper by Life, but Temple continued to stretch its edge. The Owls' lead reached 30 six times and they outrebounded UMass 39-32.

Chaney was irritated at Collins after the game. The senior guard attempted a late alley-oop and was hit with a technical foul for trash talking with Lawrence Carrier (who also was given a technical).

'You end the game with some class,' said Chaney, who kept his starters in until late. 'Just walk away with the win. Take the win and get out of there. What do you want to do? It doesn't make sense.'

Matt Vautour can be reached at mvautour@gazettenet.com. For more UMass coverage including a frequently updated UMass sports blog, go to www.dailyhampshiregazette.com/umsports.


Minutemen score nine in first half
By Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 2/2/2006

PHILADELPHIA - For the second time this season the University of Massachusetts men's basketball game with Temple provided some historic numbers, but they were a little uglier this time for the Minutemen.

UMass' nine first-half points were the fewest scored by any team ever in a half at the Liacouras Center. It's the fewest scored by a Temple opponent since Feb. 5, 2000, when the Owls led Rhode Island 36-9.

The last time UMass had fewer than 10 points in a half predates the school's available records. It has happened, however, because the Minutemen scored fewer than 20 in the entire game several times - most recently in 1936 when they fell to Tufts, 46-19.

Antywane Robinson outscored the Minutemen by himself 11-9 in the first half, while the Mardy Collins vs. UMass matchup was a 9-9 draw.

MISSING IN ACTION - Junior big man Rashaun Freeman was a perfect four-for-four from the field, but had his fewest shot attempts of the season. The effort came just three days after attempting only six shots against La Salle.

UMass coach Travis Ford acknowledged that it's harder for a post player to get shots against Temple's matchup zone.

''You're not going to do it against Temple,'' Ford said. ''We probably need to make a more conscious effort to get him the ball, but he needs to get himself in position where he's demanding the ball and the guards have no choice but to give it to him.''

VIGGIANO SICK - As of Tuesday night, UMass senior forward Jeff Viggiano was questionable to even play in the game as he battled the flu.

Viggiano played 15 minutes and scored one point.

''I was pretty sick,'' Viggiano said. ''On Tuesday morning I was in the emergency room for like five hours. I had three IVs in me before the game today. I was pretty uncomfortable. I'd been throwing up a lot. I didn't have any energy. I was a couple steps slow tonight.''

''I never should have played him,'' Ford said.

MILESTONES - Stephane Lasme's three blocks gave him 202 in his career and he is just the fourth player in UMass history with more than 200. He needs two to catch Lari Ketner (204) in fourth place.

Freeman's eight points gave him 1,138 in his career and moved him within 10 of Ketner and Will Herndon, who share the No. 25 spot on the school's career point list with 1,148.

Matt Vautour can be reached at mvautour@gazettenet.com. For more UMass coverage including a frequently updated UMass sports blog, go to www.dailyhampshiregazette.com/umsports.


Massachusetts Minutemen 47
Temple Owls 76
at Temple

Official Basketball Box Score
UMass vs Temple
2/1/06 7:05 p.m. at Philadelphia, PA - Liacouras Center

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                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
13 Lasme, Stephane..... f  4-5    0-0    0-0    2  1  3   3   8  0  1  3  0  36
22 Viggiano, Jeff...... f  0-2    0-1    1-2    0  0  0   1   1  1  1  0  0  15
01 Freeman, Rashaun.... c  4-4    0-0    0-1    3  5  8   3   8  1  3  2  0  34
05 Life, James......... g  7-19   4-13   1-2    0  2  2   4  19  3  1  0  2  35
14 Lowe, Chris......... g  1-5    0-0    1-2    0  6  6   4   3  6  5  0  0  38
00 Thomas, Brandon.....    0-5    0-3    0-0    0  4  4   0   0  1  1  0  0  17
20 Milligan, Dante.....    0-1    0-0    2-4    2  1  3   2   2  0  2  0  0   5
23 Carrier, Lawrence...    2-7    2-5    0-0    0  3  3   2   6  0  2  0  0  20
   TEAM................                         2  1  3             1
   Totals..............   18-48   6-22   5-11   9 23 32  19  47 12 17  5  2 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half:  4-18 22.2%   2nd Half: 14-30 46.7%   Game: 37.5%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  0-8   0.0%   2nd Half:  6-14 42.9%   Game: 27.3%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  1-2  50.0%   2nd Half:  4-9  44.4%   Game: 45.5%    0

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HOME TEAM: Temple (12-7, 5-3 A10)
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
24 ROBINSON, Antywane.. f  8-15   3-7    0-0    6  3  9   3  19  2  0  2  3  37
50 MARSHALL, Wayne..... c  1-4    0-0    2-2    2  2  4   2   4  0  1  0  0  23
03 SALISBERY, Dustin... g  5-9    3-5    0-2    1  5  6   2  13  0  3  0  3  30
13 TYNDALE, Mark....... g  1-5    1-2    3-6    1  9 10   1   6  7  0  0  1  40
25 COLLINS, Mardy...... g 10-17   1-2    1-5    1  0  1   4  22  5  2  1  3  38
04 DACONS, Dion........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  0  0  0  0   7
11 CLARK, Chris........    0-1    0-1    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  1  0  0  0   2
14 OLMOS, Sergio.......    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0   1
15 INGE, Semaj.........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0+
22 CHRISTMAS, Dionte...    2-5    1-3    2-2    0  3  3   2   7  0  1  1  1  12
32 KIRKENDOLL, DaShone.    1-1    1-1    0-0    0  1  1   0   3  0  0  0  0   1
33 INGRAM, Nehemiah....    1-2    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   3   2  0  0  0  0   9
   TEAM................                         2  3  5
   Totals..............   29-59  10-21   8-17  13 26 39  18  76 15  7  4 11 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-33 39.4%   2nd Half: 16-26 61.5%   Game: 49.2%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  5-12 41.7%   2nd Half:  5-9  55.6%   Game: 47.6%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  3-8  37.5%   2nd Half:  5-9  55.6%   Game: 47.1%   3,1

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Officials: Paul Faia, Ray Perone, Kevin Ferguson
Technical fouls: UMass-CARRIER, Lawrence. Temple-COLLINS, Mardy.
Attendance: 4039
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
UMass.........................    9   38  -   47
Temple........................   34   42  -   76
ID-391587

Points in the paint-UMASS 18,TEMPLE 32. Points off turnovers-UMASS 5,TEMPLE 19.
2nd chance points-UMASS 5,TEMPLE 18. Fast break points-UMASS 6,TEMPLE 5.
Bench points-UMASS 8,TEMPLE 12. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times.
Last FG-UMASS 2nd-01:02, TEMPLE 2nd-00:35.
Largest lead-UMASS None, TEMPLE by 31 2nd-17:19.


Play by Play

Play-by-Play
UMass vs Temple
2/1/06 7:05 p.m. at Philadelphia, PA - Liacouras Center

1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: Temple                               TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: UMass
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REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  19:43              MISSED JUMPER by Life, James
MISSED JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                 19:25              REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)
REBOUND (DEF) by MARSHALL, Wayne                19:06              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                18:46              FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun
MISSED 3 PTR by SALISBERY, Dustin               18:38
REBOUND (OFF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             18:38
GOOD! 3 PTR by SALISBERY, Dustin                18:34   3-0   H 3
BLOCK by ROBINSON, Antywane                     18:09              MISSED JUMPER by Lowe, Chris
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  18:06
                                                17:57              FOUL by Life, James
                                                17:43              FOUL by Viggiano, Jeff
MISSED JUMPER by MARSHALL, Wayne                17:35
REBOUND (OFF) by COLLINS, Mardy                 17:35
GOOD! LAYUP by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]             17:30   5-0   H 5
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         17:17              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        17:15
SUB OUT: Viggiano, Jeff                         17:15
MISSED JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                 16:45              REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris
                                                16:28   5-2   H 3  GOOD! JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]
                                                16:28              ASSIST by Thomas, Brandon
                                                16:14              FOUL by Lowe, Chris
MISSED JUMPER by MARSHALL, Wayne                16:00              BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane
REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)                         16:00
GOOD! 3 PTR by TYNDALE, Mark                    15:52   8-2   H 6
ASSIST by COLLINS, Mardy                        15:52
REBOUND (DEF) by SALISBERY, Dustin              15:31              MISSED 3 PTR by Thomas, Brandon
SUB IN : Carrier, Lawrence                      15:31
SUB OUT: Lowe, Chris                            15:31
                                                15:30              FOUL by Lasme, Stephane
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   15:30
MISSED JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                 15:13
REBOUND (OFF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  15:13
MISSED JUMPER by SALISBERY, Dustin              14:57
REBOUND (OFF) by MARSHALL, Wayne                14:57
MISSED LAYUP by MARSHALL, Wayne                 14:53              REBOUND (DEF) by Carrier, Lawrence
BLOCK by COLLINS, Mardy                         14:17              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                14:16              REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)
                                                14:15              TURNOVR by (TEAM)
GOOD! FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Wayne                13:52   9-2   H 7  FOUL by Lasme, Stephane
GOOD! FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Wayne                13:52  10-2   H 8
SUB IN : Milligan, Dante                        13:52
SUB IN : Lowe, Chris                            13:52
SUB OUT: Lasme, Stephane                        13:52
SUB OUT: Thomas, Brandon                        13:52
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  13:32              MISSED 3 PTR by Carrier, Lawrence
GOOD! DUNK by ROBINSON, Antywane [FB/PNT]       13:23  12-2   H 10
ASSIST by COLLINS, Mardy                        13:23
FOUL by MARSHALL, Wayne                         13:06
SUB IN : Viggiano, Jeff                         13:06
SUB OUT: Life, James                            13:06
                                                13:01              TURNOVR by Milligan, Dante
STEAL by COLLINS, Mardy                         12:59
MISSED FT SHOT by SALISBERY, Dustin             12:59              FOUL by Milligan, Dante
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     12:59
MISSED FT SHOT by SALISBERY, Dustin             12:59
REBOUND (OFF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             12:59
                                                12:59              SUB IN : INGRAM, Nehemiah
                                                12:59              SUB OUT: MARSHALL, Wayne
GOOD! LAYUP by INGRAM, Nehemiah [PNT]           12:40  14-2   H 12
                                                12:38              TIMEOUT 30sec
SUB IN : Life, James                            12:38
SUB OUT: Milligan, Dante                        12:38
FOUL by INGRAM, Nehemiah                        12:15  14-3   H 11 GOOD! FT SHOT by Viggiano, Jeff
                                                12:15              MISSED FT SHOT by Viggiano, Jeff
                                                12:15              REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                12:12              TURNOVR by Freeman, Rashaun
MISSED JUMPER by ROBINSON, Antywane             11:59              REBOUND (DEF) by Carrier, Lawrence
                                                11:50              TURNOVR by Carrier, Lawrence
STEAL by ROBINSON, Antywane                     11:48
GOOD! JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                  11:30  16-3   H 13
ASSIST by ROBINSON, Antywane                    11:30
REBOUND (DEF) by SALISBERY, Dustin              11:16              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
MISSED JUMPER by INGRAM, Nehemiah               10:52              BLOCK by Freeman, Rashaun
REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)                         10:52
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   10:52
GOOD! JUMPER by ROBINSON, Antywane              10:43  18-3   H 15
ASSIST by COLLINS, Mardy                        10:43
REBOUND (DEF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             10:26              MISSED LAYUP by Viggiano, Jeff
MISSED 3 PTR by SALISBERY, Dustin               09:57              REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun
FOUL by INGRAM, Nehemiah                        09:55
SUB IN : Lasme, Stephane                        09:55
SUB OUT: Freeman, Rashaun                       09:55
                                                09:30              TURNOVR by Viggiano, Jeff
STEAL by ROBINSON, Antywane                     09:28
MISSED 3 PTR by TYNDALE, Mark                   09:16              REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  09:09              MISSED JUMPER by Carrier, Lawrence
GOOD! JUMPER by ROBINSON, Antywane              08:56  20-3   H 17
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         08:56
                                                08:31  20-5   H 15 GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]
                                                08:31              ASSIST by Viggiano, Jeff
GOOD! 3 PTR by COLLINS, Mardy                   08:00  23-5   H 18
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  07:38              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
GOOD! 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane               07:29  26-5   H 21
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         07:29
                                                07:26              TIMEOUT 30sec
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        07:26              SUB IN : DACONS, Dion
SUB IN : Milligan, Dante                        07:26              SUB OUT: INGRAM, Nehemiah
SUB OUT: Life, James                            07:26
SUB OUT: Viggiano, Jeff                         07:26
                                                07:09              TURNOVR by Lowe, Chris
STEAL by SALISBERY, Dustin                      07:06
MISSED 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane              06:52              REBOUND (DEF) by Milligan, Dante
                                                06:42              TURNOVR by Milligan, Dante
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   06:42
MISSED JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                 06:10              REBOUND (DEF) by Thomas, Brandon
BLOCK by ROBINSON, Antywane                     06:03              MISSED JUMPER by Thomas, Brandon
REBOUND (DEF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             06:00
MISSED FT SHOT by COLLINS, Mardy                05:59              FOUL by Lowe, Chris
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     05:59
MISSED FT SHOT by COLLINS, Mardy                05:59              REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun
SUB IN : Freeman, Rashaun                       05:59
SUB OUT: Milligan, Dante                        05:59
REBOUND (DEF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             05:44              MISSED 3 PTR by Carrier, Lawrence
FOUL by SALISBERY, Dustin                       05:18
TURNOVR by SALISBERY, Dustin                    05:18
SUB IN : Life, James                            05:18
SUB IN : Viggiano, Jeff                         05:18
SUB OUT: Thomas, Brandon                        05:18
SUB OUT: Carrier, Lawrence                      05:18
                                                05:00              SUB IN : CHRISTMAS, Dionte
                                                05:00              SUB OUT: SALISBERY, Dustin
                                                04:56              TURNOVR by Lowe, Chris
STEAL by ROBINSON, Antywane                     04:54
GOOD! JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]            04:35  28-5   H 23
                                                04:09              TURNOVR by Life, James
STEAL by COLLINS, Mardy                         04:07
MISSED LAYUP by TYNDALE, Mark                   03:48              BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane
                                                03:45              REBOUND (DEF) by Life, James
                                                03:39  28-7   H 21 GOOD! JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                03:39              ASSIST by Life, James
                                                03:15              FOUL by Life, James
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   03:15
GOOD! FT SHOT by TYNDALE, Mark                  03:15  29-7   H 22
MISSED FT SHOT by TYNDALE, Mark                 03:15
REBOUND (OFF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             03:15
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        03:15
SUB OUT: Life, James                            03:15
GOOD! JUMPER by ROBINSON, Antywane [PNT]        03:11  31-7   H 24
                                                02:56              TURNOVR by Lowe, Chris
MISSED 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane              02:33              REBOUND (DEF) by Thomas, Brandon
FOUL by COLLINS, Mardy                          02:27
                                                02:18              TURNOVR by Lasme, Stephane
STEAL by CHRISTMAS, Dionte                      02:16
MISSED JUMPER by ROBINSON, Antywane             02:03
REBOUND (OFF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             02:03
MISSED JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                 01:52
REBOUND (OFF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             01:52
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   01:43
                                                01:43              SUB IN : CLARK, Chris
                                                01:43              SUB OUT: COLLINS, Mardy
MISSED 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane              01:31              REBOUND (DEF) by Thomas, Brandon
                                                01:20  31-9   H 22 GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]
                                                01:20              ASSIST by Lowe, Chris
GOOD! 3 PTR by CHRISTMAS, Dionte                00:53  34-9   H 25
ASSIST by CLARK, Chris                          00:53
SUB IN : Life, James                            00:40
SUB OUT: Viggiano, Jeff                         00:40
REBOUND (DEF) by CHRISTMAS, Dionte              00:37              MISSED JUMPER by Life, James
MISSED 3 PTR by CLARK, Chris                    00:03              REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun


                                       Temple 34, UMass 9

          1st period-only      InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties  Leads
          UMass                   6       0       0       0       0      0     0
          Temple                 10       8      14       5       5      0     0


2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: Temple                               TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: UMass
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GOOD! 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane               19:28  37-9   H 28
ASSIST by COLLINS, Mardy                        19:28
                                                19:13              TURNOVR by Lowe, Chris
STEAL by SALISBERY, Dustin                      19:11
GOOD! JUMPER by SALISBERY, Dustin [PNT]         18:55  39-9   H 30
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         18:55
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  18:40              MISSED 3 PTR by Viggiano, Jeff
TURNOVR by MARSHALL, Wayne                      18:15
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        18:15
SUB OUT: Viggiano, Jeff                         18:15
                                                17:57  39-11  H 28 GOOD! JUMPER by Life, James
                                                17:38              FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun
GOOD! 3 PTR by SALISBERY, Dustin                17:19  42-11  H 31
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         17:19
                                                17:02  42-14  H 28 GOOD! 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                17:02              ASSIST by Lowe, Chris
MISSED JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy                 16:40              REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris
FOUL by COLLINS, Mardy                          16:30
                                                16:30              SUB IN : CHRISTMAS, Dionte
                                                16:30              SUB OUT: SALISBERY, Dustin
REBOUND (DEF) by CHRISTMAS, Dionte              16:21              MISSED JUMPER by Lowe, Chris
TURNOVR by CHRISTMAS, Dionte                    16:20
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         16:16              MISSED 3 PTR by Thomas, Brandon
MISSED JUMPER by TYNDALE, Mark                  15:52
REBOUND (OFF) by MARSHALL, Wayne                15:52
GOOD! TIP-IN by MARSHALL, Wayne [PNT]           15:45  44-14  H 30
FOUL by MARSHALL, Wayne                         15:41
                                                15:41              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                                15:41              SUB IN : INGRAM, Nehemiah
                                                15:41              SUB OUT: MARSHALL, Wayne
                                                15:08              MISSED JUMPER by Thomas, Brandon
                                                15:08              REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane
                                                15:02  44-16  H 28 GOOD! DUNK by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]
GOOD! JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]            14:33  46-16  H 30
REBOUND (DEF) by CHRISTMAS, Dionte              14:20              MISSED 3 PTR by Thomas, Brandon
                                                14:10              FOUL by Lowe, Chris
SUB IN : Carrier, Lawrence                      14:10
SUB OUT: Thomas, Brandon                        14:10
                                                14:02              FOUL by Life, James
MISSED 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane              13:53              REBOUND (DEF) by Life, James
FOUL by CHRISTMAS, Dionte                       13:46
                                                13:36  46-18  H 28 GOOD! JUMPER by Life, James
MISSED 3 PTR by CHRISTMAS, Dionte               13:13
REBOUND (OFF) by ROBINSON, Antywane             13:13
GOOD! LAYUP by ROBINSON, Antywane [PNT]         13:09  48-18  H 30
FOUL by ROBINSON, Antywane                      13:03
FOUL by INGRAM, Nehemiah                        12:54
                                                12:54              SUB IN : DACONS, Dion
                                                12:54              SUB OUT: INGRAM, Nehemiah
                                                12:49              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                12:49              REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                12:46  48-20  H 28 GOOD! DUNK by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]
FOUL by DACONS, Dion                            12:46              MISSED FT SHOT by Freeman, Rashaun
REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL)                     12:46
                                                12:46              SUB IN : MARSHALL, Wayne
                                                12:46              SUB OUT: DACONS, Dion
MISSED 3 PTR by CHRISTMAS, Dionte               12:39              REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris
FOUL by ROBINSON, Antywane                      12:33  48-21  H 27 GOOD! FT SHOT by Lowe, Chris
REBOUND (DEF) by MARSHALL, Wayne                12:33              MISSED FT SHOT by Lowe, Chris
SUB IN : Milligan, Dante                        12:33              SUB IN : SALISBERY, Dustin
SUB OUT: Freeman, Rashaun                       12:33              SUB OUT: CHRISTMAS, Dionte
MISSED FT SHOT by TYNDALE, Mark                 12:17              FOUL by Lasme, Stephane
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     12:17
GOOD! FT SHOT by TYNDALE, Mark                  12:17  49-21  H 28
                                                12:03  49-24  H 25 GOOD! 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                12:03              ASSIST by Lowe, Chris
TURNOVR by SALISBERY, Dustin                    11:47
                                                11:46              STEAL by Life, James
                                                11:42              MISSED LAYUP by Lowe, Chris
                                                11:42              REBOUND (OFF) by Milligan, Dante
FOUL by ROBINSON, Antywane                      11:40
                                                11:40              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                                11:40  49-25  H 24 GOOD! FT SHOT by Milligan, Dante
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         11:40              MISSED FT SHOT by Milligan, Dante
                                                11:40              FOUL by Carrier, Lawrence
                                                11:40              SUB IN : CHRISTMAS, Dionte
                                                11:40              SUB OUT: ROBINSON, Antywane
GOOD! LAYUP by SALISBERY, Dustin [PNT]          11:14  51-25  H 26
                                                11:08  51-28  H 23 GOOD! 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                11:08              ASSIST by Lowe, Chris
GOOD! FT SHOT by CHRISTMAS, Dionte              10:48  52-28  H 24 FOUL by Milligan, Dante
GOOD! FT SHOT by CHRISTMAS, Dionte              10:48  53-28  H 25
BLOCK by CHRISTMAS, Dionte                      10:33              MISSED JUMPER by Carrier, Lawrence
REBOUND (DEF) by SALISBERY, Dustin              10:32
MISSED 3 PTR by COLLINS, Mardy                  10:28              REBOUND (DEF) by Carrier, Lawrence
FOUL by CHRISTMAS, Dionte                       10:19  53-29  H 24 GOOD! FT SHOT by Life, James
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  10:19              MISSED FT SHOT by Life, James
SUB IN : Freeman, Rashaun                       10:19
SUB OUT: Milligan, Dante                        10:19
GOOD! LAYUP by CHRISTMAS, Dionte [PNT]          10:06  55-29  H 26
ASSIST by COLLINS, Mardy                        10:06
REBOUND (DEF) by SALISBERY, Dustin              09:51              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
MISSED JUMPER by CHRISTMAS, Dionte              09:26              BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane
                                                09:24              REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris
                                                09:19  55-32  H 23 GOOD! 3 PTR by Carrier, Lawrence
                                                09:19              ASSIST by Life, James
GOOD! 3 PTR by SALISBERY, Dustin                09:02  58-32  H 26
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         08:55
                                                08:49              MISSED JUMPER by Lasme, Stephane
                                                08:49              REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                08:45              TURNOVR by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                08:45              SUB IN : ROBINSON, Antywane
                                                08:45              SUB OUT: CHRISTMAS, Dionte
GOOD! 3 PTR by ROBINSON, Antywane               08:28  61-32  H 29
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         08:28
                                                08:12  61-35  H 26 GOOD! 3 PTR by Carrier, Lawrence
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   07:52
GOOD! LAYUP by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]             07:50  63-35  H 28
ASSIST by TYNDALE, Mark                         07:50
                                                07:32  63-37  H 26 GOOD! DUNK by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]
                                                07:32              ASSIST by Lowe, Chris
MISSED JUMPER by ROBINSON, Antywane             07:00              REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane
                                                06:52  63-39  H 24 GOOD! JUMPER by Life, James [PNT]
                                                06:52              ASSIST by Lowe, Chris
FOUL by COLLINS, Mardy                          06:42
TURNOVR by COLLINS, Mardy                       06:42
FOUL TECHNCL by COLLINS, Mardy                  06:42
                                                06:42              FOUL TECHNCL by Carrier, Lawrence
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   06:42
FOUL by COLLINS, Mardy                          06:42
                                                06:42              FOUL by Carrier, Lawrence
REBOUND (DEF) by SALISBERY, Dustin              06:31              MISSED 3 PTR by Carrier, Lawrence
GOOD! LAYUP by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]             06:15  65-39  H 26
MISSED FT SHOT by COLLINS, Mardy                06:15              FOUL by Life, James
                                                06:15              REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  05:52              MISSED LAYUP by Lowe, Chris
GOOD! FT SHOT by TYNDALE, Mark                  05:44  66-39  H 27 FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun
MISSED FT SHOT by TYNDALE, Mark                 05:44              REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                05:25              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                05:25              REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane
                                                05:16              MISSED JUMPER by Life, James
                                                05:16              REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)
                                                04:52              TURNOVR by Freeman, Rashaun
GOOD! LAYUP by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]             04:34  68-39  H 29
                                                04:21              TURNOVR by Carrier, Lawrence
STEAL by SALISBERY, Dustin                      04:20
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        04:02
SUB OUT: Carrier, Lawrence                      04:02
GOOD! JUMPER by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]            03:54  70-39  H 31
                                                03:36  70-41  H 29 GOOD! LAYUP by Lowe, Chris [PNT]
                                                03:36              ASSIST by Life, James
MISSED JUMPER by TYNDALE, Mark                  02:55
REBOUND (OFF) by SALISBERY, Dustin              02:55
MISSED LAYUP by SALISBERY, Dustin               02:51              BLOCK by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                02:49              REBOUND (DEF) by Thomas, Brandon
                                                02:46  70-44  H 26 GOOD! 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                02:46              ASSIST by Freeman, Rashaun
                                                02:13              FOUL by Lowe, Chris
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   02:13
GOOD! FT SHOT by COLLINS, Mardy                 02:13  71-44  H 27
MISSED FT SHOT by COLLINS, Mardy                02:13              REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris
                                                01:57              TURNOVR by Thomas, Brandon
STEAL by COLLINS, Mardy                         01:56
GOOD! LAYUP by COLLINS, Mardy [PNT]             01:54  73-44  H 29
FOUL by TYNDALE, Mark                           01:33  73-45  H 28 GOOD! FT SHOT by Milligan, Dante
REBOUND (DEF) by TYNDALE, Mark                  01:33              MISSED FT SHOT by Milligan, Dante
FOUL by SALISBERY, Dustin                       01:10
TURNOVR by SALISBERY, Dustin                    01:10
                                                01:10              SUB IN : OLMOS, Sergio
                                                01:10              SUB IN : KIRKENDOLL, DaShone
                                                01:10              SUB OUT: MARSHALL, Wayne
                                                01:10              SUB OUT: SALISBERY, Dustin
                                                01:02  73-47  H 26 GOOD! DUNK by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]
TURNOVR by COLLINS, Mardy                       00:52
                                                00:51              STEAL by Life, James
                                                00:47              MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James
                                                00:47              REBOUND (OFF) by Milligan, Dante
REBOUND (DEF) by KIRKENDOLL, DaShone            00:42              MISSED LAYUP by Milligan, Dante
GOOD! 3 PTR by KIRKENDOLL, DaShone              00:35  76-47  H 29
ASSIST by ROBINSON, Antywane                    00:27
                                                00:23              TURNOVR by Lowe, Chris
STEAL by TYNDALE, Mark                          00:22
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   00:12

                                                00:12              SUB IN : INGE, Semaj
                                                00:12              SUB OUT: TYNDALE, Mark

                                      Temple 76, UMass 47

          2nd period-only      InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties  Leads
          UMass                  12       5       5       6       8      0     0
          Temple                 22      11       4       0       7      0     0


POINTS OFF TURNOVERS        1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    0   5 -   5
Temple..................    8  11 -  19

POINTS IN PAINT             1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    6  12 -  18
Temple..................   10  22 -  32

2ND CHANCE POINTS           1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    0   5 -   5
Temple..................   14   4 -  18

FAST BREAK POINTS           1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    0   6 -   6
Temple..................    5   0 -   5

BENCH POINTS                1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    0   8 -   8
Temple..................    5   7 -  12

SCORE TIED BY               1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    0   0 -   0
Temple..................    0   0 -   0

LEAD GAINED BY              1   2 - Tot
UMass...................    0   0 -   0
Temple..................    0   0 -   0

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