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Brower healthy, uncertain vs. BC
By Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 12/1/2006

AMHERST - Etienne Brower is finally healthy enough to play, but University of Massachusetts coach Travis Ford is hesitant to commit to using him Saturday when the Minutemen host Boston College at 7:30 p.m. at the Mullins Center.

"He had his first full practice (Thursday). Whether he gets in or not I don't know," Ford said. "But I would say he's probably available to play now."

If Brower does play, it would likely be at power forward. Ford has always said that Brower, who missed five weeks of practice with a badly sprained ankle, would see time at several positions and originally projected him as a wing player first.

But strong starts by starters Gary Forbes and James Life and improved bench play from Brandon Thomas and Ricky Harris in recent games has given UMass more perimeter depth.

Inside starters Rashaun Freeman and Stephane Lasme have played well, but Dante Milligan and Luke Bonner have both struggled off the bench.

"Right now we're probably going to have (Brower) at the four spot which is a little different than we probably envisioned earlier," Ford said. "But that's probably where he can get more minutes and be more valuable."

Brower said he doesn't care what position he plays.

"The four or the three? I don't care. I'd play point guard or center as long as he lets me out there," said the 6-foot-7 Brower, who thinks he'll be quicker than most opponents inside. "It's more of a mismatch thing when I'm at the four. Coach knows there are guys that are 6-foot-9, 6-foot-10 that can't guard me because I'm faster than them."

Brower, who transferred to UMass from Boston University, played well on the team's August trip to the Bahamas and was a candidate to earn a starting spot heading into preseason. But shortly after winning the dunk contest at Midnight Madness, he sprained his ankle and has been out of action since.

"It's been mentally rough," Brower said. "Last year I sat out and I understood it, but now to sit out again has been rough. I'm not 100 percent healthy, but I'm feeling a lot better than I have recently. Coach Ford has been letting me practice."

TICKETS DWINDLING - According to UMass spokesman Jason Yellin, there were fewer than 500 non-student tickets remaining for Saturday's game as of Thursday evening. The Mullins Center hasn't sold out for basketball since Feb. 17, 2001, when the Minutemen lost to Temple 84-52.

LEAMAN LEGACY GAME - The game is the first annual Leaman Legacy Game. For each ticket sold, $5 goes to the Leaman Legacy Foundation which is named for legendary UMass coach and radio broadcaster Jack Leaman. Proceeds are used for athletic scholarships at UMass. Boston College coach Al Skinner is a UMass alumnus and played for Leaman.

MISCELLANEOUS - One game after passing one UMass legend on the UMass career scoring chart, Rashaun Freeman is poised to pass another. His 14 points against Savannah State pushed him past Julius Erving and gave Freeman 1,378 in his career. Next up is No. 11 Marcus Camby, who scored 1,387 between 1993-96. Freeman needs 16 to pass Edwin Green (1,393) and move into the top 10.


Different season, different story for UM and BC
By Rob Greenfield, The Daily Collegian Columnist, 12/1/2006

The Boston College Eagles are coming to town on Saturday for a 7:30 showdown with UMass at the Mullins Center.

Besides Connecticut, BC was the most high-profile team on the Minutemen's schedule last season, and the Eagles drubbed a hapless and shorthanded UMass squad, 91-62, on Jan. 3.

This year is a different story. The Eagles aren't a vaunted Top 25 team anymore. They are a weak, inconsistent group that will show up on occasion. And with the loss of Craig Smith, the hard-working big man who dominated the interior, the Eagles have taken on the personality of their shot-blocker extraordinaire, Sean Williams.

BC rises and falls with Williams. Their fate rests solely on his shoulders. Captain and swingman Jared Dudley can score as many points as he wants, but without a consistent effort from Williams in the paint, BC should kiss the national stage goodbye.

And Williams won't always be there for his team. BC head coach Al Skinner suspended him for the first two games of the season for a "team rules violation" and then inserted him right back into the starting lineup for the third game of the season.

At the UMass-BC game last season, I saw Williams dancing outside the huddle during a BC timeout. He was shaking his arms and twirling around without a care in the world - during a Division I basketball game.

And while Dudley is the true leader of the team, their success rests on an unreliable Williams, who coasts at his own discretion. It says a lot about Skinner's recruiting style - personality doesn't matter as long as you have the talent.

So where does that leave UMass this weekend? The Minutemen are 6-1 and have defeated the likes of Northeastern, Oakland, Savannah State and Jacksonville State. Their one loss came on the road at No. 4 Pittsburgh, and the Minutemen fought the Panthers to a tie ballgame with four minutes left in the first half before they were overrun by a deeper team.

UMass and BC - the talent levels between the two teams weren't comparable a few years ago. Now, the Minutemen can stand on the same stage as the Eagles. Williams will match up with the UMass front court, and UMass coach Travis Ford might bring Stephane Lasme from the weak side instead of putting him directly on Williams.

UMass will have trouble containing Tyrese Rice, who is averaging 13.8 points and five assists per game. Sophomore Chris Lowe and freshman Tiki Mayben will pair up with the duo of Rice and Marquez Haynes.

Lowe and Mayben are not that solid defensively and have had trouble staying with opposing guards for the first seven games. Both Pittsburgh and Northeastern lit the twosome up from the outside, and Rice - who isn't shooting that well this season but has decent range - can hurt UMass if he's uncontested.

Dudley is averaging over 20 points this season and will not be stopped by anyone on the UMass side, so expect him to get his usual 20-plus output.

So again, it comes back to Williams. The outcome of tomorrow's game is directly correlated to how Williams is feeling before the game, and - for the record - it's ridiculous that we have to talk about an NBA prospect's effort like it's the Dow Jones.

One thing is certain: the bigger the spotlight, the harder Williams will play. So if the Mullins Center is packed tomorrow night, expect a big game from the BC big man, and expect a big loss for the Minutemen.

Ford scheduled (as you know by now) Pittsburgh, BC, Louisville and Kentucky for the out-of-conference part of the schedule. There are a couple of things that Ford is trying to accomplish by playing the better teams.

One: the better competition that a team plays, the better that team is going to get. Two: if the Minutemen come away with just one victory from any one of these games (0-for-1 so far) then the NCAA selection committee - Ford is hoping - will take notice and consider the Minutemen as a selection for the NCAA Tournament.

Ford may have lucked out this year. BC is down after Smith's graduation, and both Kentucky and Louisville are shells of their former selves. The Cardinals lost to the Atlantic 10's Dayton Flyers earlier this season, so obviously they aren't the powerhouse they have been in years past.

BC is in the same boat as Louisville. It still has some ridiculous talent on the team, but with losses to Vermont and Providence already this year, there is much room for improvement.

This is the team that UMass is facing tomorrow night. The Eagles are 3-2 and coming off of a convincing win over Michigan State, but they are vulnerable and extremely beatable - if Sean Williams doesn't come to play.


UMass, BC share mutual respect
By Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 12/2/2006

AMHERST - Jared Dudley of Boston College watches a lot of college basketball in addition to playing the game.

When ESPN offered Dudley the chance to make a list of the nation's most underrated players, he included University of Massachusetts big man Rashaun Freeman. They will face each other at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Mullins Center in the annual Leaman Legacy Game.

"It seems like he's been there forever, like a six-year senior guy," Dudley wrote on ESPN.com. "But he's a lock for 16 points and eight or nine rebounds a game. UMass will be good this year and I wouldn't be surprised if they win the A-10. That's always a hard game for us."

For his part, Freeman said, "I'm worrying about beating him. After the game I'll talk about him. We're real good friends, but I'm sure he wants to win and I know I want to win."

There's a lot of good friends on both sides of this matchup. Boston College coach Al Skinner and athletic director Gene DiFilippo went to UMass, while Minuteman athletic director John McCutcheon worked for 12 years in the Eagles' athletic department.

Despite the pleasant relationships off the floor, the game figures to be a grinder.

"It's not going to come down to plays, it's going to come down to who wants it more and who's going to play 40 minutes - that's what we have to do," Freeman said. "If I have to dive on the floor 100 times, I'll do it. But the key is me and Stephane (Lasme). If we start out strong, everyone will follow."

UMass coach Travis Ford said the game is an indicator of where his 6-1 team is now, but not necessarily where it's going.

"It's a measuring-stick game to see where we're at," Ford said. "It's too early to have a make-or-break game, where if you don't win the game, you're not very good."

The Eagles, who had a rocky start to their season with double-digit losses to Vermont and Providence, are 3-2 coming off a solid 65-58 win over Michigan State at home Wednesday. Dudley, who had 25 points against the Spartans, leads BC at 20.6 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

"Boston College is a top-25 type basketball team. They're not in the polls right now, but they will be at the end of the season, I can guarantee you that right now," Ford said. "When you have weapons like Dudley on offense and Sean Williams on defense you're going to win a lot of basketball games. Williams is an absolute intimidator on defense. He changes the game in a lot of ways."

Williams' presence creates a meeting of two of the nation's best shot-blockers with Lasme. Williams leads the nation averaging eight blocks in three games, while Lasme has averaged 4.9 in the Minutemen's seven games.

The Eagles lead the all-time series 22-17 and UMass last won on Dec. 4, 1999, completing a streak of six straight victories by the Minutemen.

Lasme believes that this is the game that UMass can resume winning.

"I really feel confident that we can win this game," Lasme said. "It's a big game, but I'm not as worried as I was going against Pittsburgh. I feel we have a better chance to win this game. It's not the biggest game of the season, but it's the type of game that will show us where we are."

TICKETS: As of 7 p.m. Friday, there were just a few hundred tickets remaining for the game, said UMass spokesman Jason Yellin. The Mullins Center ticket office opens at 9 a.m.

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.


Skinner expects a classic
BC coach praises latest UMass squad
By Michael Vega, The Boston Globe Staff, 12/3/2006

No one is certain if Deval Patrick will be on hand to present the Governor's Cup to the winner of tonight's Commonwealth Classic between Boston College and Massachusetts in Amherst.

"I'm sure people in Amherst would be excited to see him, no question about it," said BC coach Al Skinner. "Any time he shows up these days, it's going to be exciting."

But Skinner, a 1974 UMass graduate, wasn't being presumptuous about the outcome, even though his Eagles (3-2) have won the last six Commonwealth Classics. This time, however, BC will encounter a Minuteman squad off to its best start (6-1) since the 1995-96 Final Four season when UMass won its first 26 games.

"I think it's clearly one of the most talented teams that they've had in a while, because they have some depth," Skinner said of UMass, which is led by 6-foot-9-inch senior center Rashaun Freeman (17.1 points, 7.4 rebounds per game) and has been bolstered by the presence of Virginia transfer Gary Forbes (14 ppg, 4.7 rpg), a 6-7 junior forward. "It might not have been the case in years past, but now when they go to their bench there is no big falloff."

The Eagles will not expect any when they set foot on the Mullins Center hardwood for what UMass is billing the inaugural Leaman Legacy Game in honor of Skinner's late UMass coach, Jack Leaman, who died two years ago while traveling with the team as the radio commentator. UMass will donate $5 from each ticket to the Leaman Legacy Fund.

"Hopefully, they get the kind of turnout where they can get the kind of funds that can benefit the university," Skinner said.

The Eagles, though, look to be a huge draw after coming off a pair of impressive nonconference home victories over Rhode Island Nov. 25 (86-68) and Michigan State Wednesday (65-58), a game in which senior forward Jared Dudley tallied 30 points and 10 rebounds, and senior guard Sean Marshall was lauded by Skinner for the defensive job he did against the Spartans' leading scorer, Drew Neitzel, who scored 12 second-half points after being held scoreless in the first.

"I just thought that, for Michigan State, [Neitzel] was such a tremendous scorer for them that we needed to neutralize him," Skinner said. "But I think UMass's scoring is spread around where you can't focus on any one individual. This game we're going to have to play improved team defense."

In addition to Freeman and Forbes, the Minutemen have had double-figure scoring from junior guard James Life (13.4) and 6-8 senior forward Stephane Lasme (10.7), a shot-blocker extraordinaire (34 in seven games) who will be opposed by BC's 6-10 junior forward/center Sean Williams, who has 24 blocked shots in his first three games back from a two-game suspension.

"That will make for an interesting game," Skinner said of the expected swatfest between Williams and Lasme. "I think he has helped solidify their interior defense -- just like Sean has ours -- but we need to be able to play well as a team and not focus on one individual."


Eagles Prove Too Much For Minutemen, 84-73, In Leaman Legacy Classic
Freeman moves ahead of Marcus Camby on career scoring list into 10th place
From UMass Athletics, 12/2/2006

AMHERST, Mass. - Five Eagles scored in double-figures led by Sean Marshall's 19 points as Boston College defeated the University of Massachusetts (6-2), 84-73, in the sold-out Leaman Legacy Classic. The Minutemen were led by senior Stephane Lasme's (Libreville, Gabon) 24 points and Rashaun Freeman's (Schenectady, N.Y.) 16 points, but a tough shooting night from behind the three-point line (4-for-22) hurt UMass' efforts. The Eagles (4-2) shot 52 percent for the night and went 29-for-38 from the free throw line in the win.

Saturday's match-up was the first sellout (9,493) in the Mullins Center since Feb. 17, 2001 against Temple.

UMass trailed by as many as 22 points in the second half but rallied back in the final 5:26 to cut the lead to eight, 81-73, with 45 seconds on a Chris Lowe (Mount Vernon, N.Y.) three pointer.

Rashaun Freeman looks for help before going down to the floor
Rashaun Freeman looks for help before going down to the floor.
Freeman's 16 points moved him ahead of Marcus Camby and Edwin Green on the UMass career scoring list into 10th place. Freeman now has 1,394 career points.

For Boston College, Sean Williams scored 16 points, Jared Dudley added 11, and Tyrese Rice chipped in 17, and Shamari Spears tallied 12 points to round out the Eagles scoring. BC shot 26-for-50 from the field and received 19 points from its bench compared to just four for UMass.

Lasme shot 8-for-11 from the field and 8-for-10 from the free throw line scoring his career-high mark of 24 points. He also hauled in 11 rebounds, giving him the only double-double of the night, and blocked three shots.

The Minutemen struggled from the floor in the first half shooting just 35 percent to 50 percent for the Eagles. Included in that, UMass went 1-for-12 from behind the arc.

Lasme and Freeman were the highlights of the Minutemen offense scoring 10 and 12 points, respectively. Boston College countered with 13 points from Marshall and 10 points from Williams.

Senior James Life (Fort Myers, Fla.) scored his only two points of the first half to give UMass an 11-8 lead before the Eagles took control of the first half. Boston College went on a 22-to-8 run to open a 30-19 lead. BC went into the intermission with a 39-27 lead.

UMass stormed out of the gates to open the second half pulling within five, 46-41, on a Life three-pointer with 15:48 remaining in the game. Life finished the game with eight points.

The Minutemen again went cold from the floor as Boston College went on a 20-to-3 run taking a 66-44 lead with 9:41 to go. The Eagles held UMass without a basket for almost five minutes until Lasme flushed a reverse dunk at the 10:49 mark.

The Minutemen return to action on Wednesday night when UMass heads to Boston University for an 8 p.m. tip in Agganis Arena.


Post-game notes & quotes
From UMass Athletics, 12/2/2006

UMass had its first sellout crowd of 9,493 since Feb. 17, 2001 when the Minutemen hosted Temple.

* Stephane Lasme scored in double-figures for the fifth time this season and 25th in his career with career-high 24 points. He scored 21 against St. Peter's on Dec. 27, 2005.

* Lasme had his third career game with 20 or more points as he finished with 24. It was his first 20-point effort this season.

* Lasme had his 12th career double-double and fourth this season with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

* Lasme also tied his career-high for field goals made with eight.

* Rashaun Freeman scored in double-figures with 16 for the eighth time in eight games this season. He has 72 career games in double-figures in 93 games.

* Freeman moved to 10th all-time in career scoring at UMass. He moved past Marcus Camby on UMass' career scoring list with his 16 points. He now has 1394. He passed Camby (1,387) and Edwin Green (1,393).

* Tiki Mayben scored in double-figures for the first time since the season-opener against Dartmouth with 10 points. He also added nine assists.

* Gary Forbes continued to score in double-figures every game this season with 11 points.


Boston College Head Coach Al Skinner on returning to UMass:
Obviously, being an alum, I'm really happy for the University of Massachusetts, and the manner in which they represented themselves. I'm glad we could be a part of the mixture and overjoyed that we could pull out a win. I truly appreciate the environment that occurs here, and when we see it, I think we respond very well.

Skinner on Jack Leaman's influence:
A lot of things we do are from his teachings. When I'm asked about our offense, I tell people it comes from what I was taught here at UMass. I bring a lot of his education to my game. He was always a resource for me, especially early on in my career. One of his strongest points, and what I hope is a strong point for us, was that he was an excellent teacher. I hope I have the potential to do that. He brought a lot to who I am today, and what I am teaching my guys.

UMass Forward Stephane Lasme on how UMass can improve:
Defense is something we really need to work on. I think everybody on the team knows it. Everybody is trying hard to play defense, but we need to work harder in practice and pick it up as a team. We have to invest in the team, because we are not going to win by outscoring everyone.

UMass Head Coach Travis Ford on the game:
I have to give Boston College all of the credit. They came in here, into a difficult environment, and played tremendous basketball from the tip of the game.

Ford on playing a big game:
I don't know if any of our players have played any big games in college. There have not been any big games where we have been expected to beat a good team in front of a sold out crowd. We need more of these experiences, and we have a lot more coming. This was a learning experience for us, and I thought our crowd was tremendous. I was disappointed that we couldn't give them a win.

Ford on learning from the game:
It was a good learning experience, and I told them, "You have been knocked down, and your back is against the wall, and now you have to respond." It's good for this to happen early in the season. We'd rather win and learn than lose in and learn, but there are some things that came out of this game, that will make us a better team.


Not classic finish for UMass
Seven straight for BC in series
By Michael Vega, The Boston Globe Staff, 12/3/2006

AMHERST -- Deval Patrick couldn't be present for the presentation of the Governor's Cup at the end of Boston College's 84-73 victory over Massachusetts in last night's Commonwealth Classic. So the job fell upon UMass athletic director John McCutcheon, who had hoped to hand the hardware to his basketball coach, Travis Ford.

Sean Marshall was talking back to the crowd all night
Sean Marshall was talking back to the crowd all night.
Instead, McCutcheon was resigned to make an impromptu presentation to the Eagles, who claimed the Governor's Cup for the seventh year in a row.

Al Skinner's Eagles were pelted with derisive chants of "Overrated!" before the game, and allowed a 22-point second-half lead to wither to 8 (81-73) with 45 seconds left, yet still improved to 4-2.

"We didn't finish it out the way we needed to," said Skinner. "But I would say for 33 minutes of the ballgame we did the things we had to do."

One game after he was lauded for his defense, BC senior guard Sean Marshall switched roles and took the offensive lead, tallying a team-high 19 points on 7-for-12 shooting. Sophomore guard Tyrese Rice had 17 points, hitting 9 of 14 from the foul line in the second half, and foul-plagued junior center Sean Williams tied a career high with 16 points on 6-for-8 shooting to go along with 3 blocks, 2 rebounds, and 2 steals before fouling out with 59 seconds left.

BC freshman forward Shamari Spears and senior forward Jared Dudley added 12 and 11 points, respectively.

"We're going to continue to get better as guys get more experienced," said Skinner. "But the last seven minutes, we've got to make sure we handle ourselves better than that, because we're going to be in close ballgames and we've got to learn to control those situations."

Ford, too, had hoped his team would have had a better handle on playing a big game dedicated to late UMass coach Jack Leaman, which was played before the first Mullins Center sellout (9,493) in five years.

"I think tonight our guys thought we were going to jump out on BC just because we had been doing that in games before," said Ford, whose team got a career-high 24 points, 11 rebounds, and 3 blocks from Stephane Lasme. Rashaun Freeman had 16 points and eight rebounds before he fouled out with 2:14 to go.

The Minutemen (6-2) were unable to turn the trifecta on this Super Saturday in Amherst in which the women's basketball team defeated Northeastern, 58-50, and the football team advanced to the semifinals of the Division 1-AA playoffs with a 24-17 victory over New Hampshire.

"I'm not here for football or women's basketball," said Dudley. "I came here to do what we had to do and to accomplish what this team had to accomplish."

BC converted 50 percent (16 of 32) of its shots in the first half and 55.6 percent (10 of 18) in the second half, while forcing 13 turnovers overall that led to 18 points.

After Marshall scored 13 first-half points to help BC to a 39-27 halftime lead, UMass came out and outscored BC, 14-7, in the first 4:11 to pull within 46-41.

UMass, however, went into a five-minute lapse, enabling BC to mount a decisive 20-3 run that pushed its lead to 66-44 on Rice's pretty lefthanded floater off the glass with 9:44 to go.


Not quite Classic, but BC tops UMass
By Mark Murphy, The Boston Herald Sports Reporter, 12/3/2006

AMHERST - The Pioneer Valley was awash in anticipation yesterday. The UMass football team was living large, and the menís basketball team, hoping to skim a little of the cream off that success, was greeted last night by the largest Mullins Center crowd since the 2001 season.

A pumped student section delivered a verbal smack to Boston College, on hand to defend a six-game win streak in the Commonwealth Classic. Itís also called the (Jack) Leaman Legacy by UMass types as an honor to the beloved late coach.

But as the Eagles walked away with an 84-73 victory that was their seventh straight Classic win, the equation remained the same. UMass energy and emotion is still no match for Boston College precision, even if the Eagles stumbled when confronted with Minutemen pressure and the foul line in the last four minutes.

Headed by Sean Marshallís 19-point performance, the Eagles had four players in double figures, and unfortunately for UMass, a 24-point game from Stephane Lasme, when countered by 35 percent team shooting, wasnít enough.

The Minutemen had one brief moment of hope in the form of a 6-0 run that James Life capped with a 3-pointer, cutting the BC lead to 46-41 with 15:49 left. The Eagles responded with a withering, game-consuming 20-3 run. The burst, which included six points from Tyrese Rice and 10 points from the line, coincided with a brutal 1-for-7 performance from the Minutemen, including a five-minute stretch without a field goal.

A Marshall free throw gave the Eagles their first 20-point lead at 64-44 of the game with 10:02 left, and one possession later a Rice hoop capped the run, giving Boston College a 66-44 lead with 9:44 left.

It was also at approximately this stage that the Eagles softened, in part, due to the Minutemenís trapping. With point guard Tiki Mayben and Lasme carrying most of the load, UMass cut the BC edge to 13 points with four minutes left.

Rice and Jared Dudley didnít help the cause when each missed the second of two free throws, and Lasme immediately wheeled into the lane with a hook that kept the deficit at 13 points, 74-61.

Though the Eagles continued their only half-good ways at the line, and Life tossed a dagger in the mix with a 3-pointer that cut the margin to 10 with 1:30 left, they closed this one out on free throws.

Beyond the usual feeling out period, when UMassí wildness actually paid a dividend in the offensive end, it didnít take long for BCís more polished play to start making a dent.

Starting with three straight layups from Sean Williams, Dudley and Marshall off some textbook halfcourt ball movement, the Eagles took the Minutemen into the lab for some painful dissection.

That 6-0 run produced a 14-11 BC lead with 13:50 left in the first half, and after a brief interruption from a Lasme drive, the Eagles followed with four more points for a 10-2 run and an 18-13 lead.

Before long, UMass was swinging on the offense of two players, Lasme and Rashaud Freeman, and losing ground. Dudley, Marquez Haynes and Marshall all buried treys over the last 10 minutes of the half.

The Minutemen, who shot 35 percent (13-for-37) in the half, left it to Freeman to score the teamís last eight points of the half. His late flurry, the bulk of his 12-point half, cut the BC lead to 39-27 by halftime.


Dante Milligan, Gary Forbes, and Rashaun Freeman can't get position for the loose ball in front of Jared Dudley
Dante Milligan, Gary Forbes, and Rashaun Freeman can't get position for the loose ball in front of Jared Dudley.

Point guard Tiki Mayben ends up in a rebound battle with power forward Sean Williams
Point guard Tiki Mayben ends up in a rebound battle with power forward Sean Williams.

Stephane Lasme cuts off Sean Marshall's path to the basket
Stephane Lasme cuts off Sean Marshall's path to the basket.


Boston College Eagles 84
Massachusetts Minutemen 73
The Commonwealth Classic
at the Mullins Center

Official Basketball Box Score
Boston College vs Massachusetts
12/02/06 7:36 p.m. at Amherst, Mass. - Mullins Center

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VISITORS: Boston College 4-2
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
03 DUDLEY, Jared....... f  2-6    1-1    6-8    1  7  8   2  11  7  2  0  0  40
32 OATES, John......... f  1-4    0-3    0-0    0  0  0   4   2  0  2  1  1  16
51 WILLIAMS, Sean...... c  6-8    0-0    4-4    1  1  2   5  16  1  2  3  2  26
04 RICE, TYRESE........ g  4-11   0-3    9-14   0  5  5   0  17  3  2  0  0  35
23 MARSHALL, Sean...... g  7-12   1-3    4-6    2  4  6   1  19  1  1  1  1  35
00 HAYNES, Marquez.....    2-2    1-1    0-0    0  0  0   3   5  0  1  0  1  17
34 SPEARS, Shamari.....    4-7    0-0    4-4    2  3  5   4  12  2  3  0  1  24
44 BLAIR, Tyrelle......    0-0    0-0    2-2    0  2  2   0   2  0  0  0  0   7
   TEAM................                         2  2  4
   Totals..............   26-50   3-11  29-38   8 24 32  19  84 14 13  5  6 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-32 50.0%   2nd Half: 10-18 55.6%   Game: 52.0%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  3-9  33.3%   2nd Half:  0-2   0.0%   Game: 27.3%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  4-4  100 %   2nd Half: 25-34 73.5%   Game: 76.3%   2,1


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HOME TEAM: Massachusetts 6-2
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
03 Forbes, Gary........ f  4-17   1-5    2-6    3  4  7   4  11  1  1  1  1  33
13 Lasme, Stephane..... f  8-11   0-0    8-10   6  5 11   4  24  2  1  3  2  36
01 Freeman, Rashaun.... c  8-11   0-0    0-3    6  2  8   5  16  1  1  0  0  29
10 Mayben, Tiki........ g  5-10   0-3    0-0    2  2  4   2  10  9  4  0  2  30
34 Life, James......... g  3-10   2-8    0-0    1  2  3   3   8  1  2  0  1  28
02 Thomas, Brandon.....    0-1    0-0    1-2    0  1  1   1   1  0  2  0  0   6
05 Harris, Ricky.......    0-3    0-3    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  0  1  0  0   7
14 Lowe, Chris.........    1-4    1-2    0-0    0  1  1   3   3  2  1  0  0  16
20 Milligan, Dante.....    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   0   0  0  0  0  0   6
22 Brower, Etienne.....    0-1    0-1    0-0    1  1  2   1   0  1  1  0  0   4
31 Bonner, Luke........    0-2    0-1    0-0    1  0  1   1   0  0  0  0  0   5
   TEAM................                         2  2  4
   Totals..............   29-70   4-23  11-21  22 21 43  25  73 17 14  4  6 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-37 35.1%   2nd Half: 16-33 48.5%   Game: 41.4%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-12  8.3%   2nd Half:  3-11 27.3%   Game: 17.4%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  0-1   0.0%   2nd Half: 11-20 55.0%   Game: 52.4%   4,2


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Officials: Joe DeMayo, Brian Dorsey, Sean Hull
Technical fouls: Boston College-None. Massachusetts-None.
Attendance: 9493
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
Boston College................   39   45  -   84
Massachusetts.................   27   46  -   73


Play by Play

Play-by-Play
Boston College vs Massachusetts
12/02/06 7:36 p.m. at Amherst, Mass. - Mullins Center

1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: Massachusetts                        TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: Boston College
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                                                19:51              FOUL by OATES, John
TURNOVR by Mayben, Tiki                         19:49
                                                19:47              STEAL by MARSHALL, Sean
REBOUND (DEF) by Life, James                    19:31              MISSED JUMPER by MARSHALL, Sean
GOOD! DUNK by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]             19:17   2-0   H 2
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          19:17
                                                18:53   2-2   T 1  GOOD! JUMPER by WILLIAMS, Sean [PNT]
                                                18:53              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! 3 PTR by Forbes, Gary                     18:37   5-2   H 3
ASSIST by Freeman, Rashaun                      18:37
                                                18:04   5-4   H 1  GOOD! LAYUP by OATES, John [PNT]
                                                18:04              ASSIST by MARSHALL, Sean
MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James                     17:57              REBOUND (DEF) by RICE, TYRESE
REBOUND (DEF) by Life, James                    17:48              MISSED JUMPER by WILLIAMS, Sean
MISSED 3 PTR by Mayben, Tiki                    17:33              REBOUND (DEF) by MARSHALL, Sean
FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun                        17:20   5-5   T 2  GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                17:20   5-6   V 1  GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMS, Sean
MISSED JUMPER by Mayben, Tiki                   17:07
REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun               17:07
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           17:04   7-6   H 1
MISSED FT SHOT by Freeman, Rashaun              17:04              FOUL by DUDLEY, Jared
REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane                17:04
TURNOVR by Mayben, Tiki                         16:53
                                                16:34   7-8   V 1  GOOD! LAYUP by MARSHALL, Sean [PNT]
                                                16:34              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           16:25   9-8   H 1
ASSIST by Forbes, Gary                          16:25
BLOCK by Forbes, Gary                           16:12              MISSED LAYUP by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                16:12              REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         15:51              MISSED JUMPER by MARSHALL, Sean
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   15:46
GOOD! JUMPER by Life, James                     15:34  11-8   H 3
                                                15:25              MISSED 3 PTR by RICE, TYRESE
                                                15:25              REBOUND (OFF) by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                15:21  11-10  H 1  GOOD! TIP-IN by WILLIAMS, Sean [PNT]
MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James                     14:59              REBOUND (DEF) by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                14:50              TURNOVR by RICE, TYRESE
SUB IN : Lowe, Chris                            14:50
SUB OUT: Mayben, Tiki                           14:50
MISSED LAYUP by Lowe, Chris                     14:16              BLOCK by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                14:13              REBOUND (DEF) by RICE, TYRESE
                                                14:09  11-12  V 1  GOOD! LAYUP by DUDLEY, Jared [PNT]
                                                14:09              ASSIST by RICE, TYRESE
TURNOVR by Lowe, Chris                          14:05
                                                13:48  11-14  V 3  GOOD! LAYUP by MARSHALL, Sean [PNT]
                                                13:48              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]            13:22  13-14  V 1
ASSIST by Lowe, Chris                           13:22
                                                12:53              MISSED 3 PTR by OATES, John
                                                12:53              REBOUND (OFF) by MARSHALL, Sean
REBOUND (DEF) by Lowe, Chris                    12:36              MISSED 3 PTR by MARSHALL, Sean
MISSED LAYUP by Life, James                     12:30
REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun               12:30
MISSED LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun                12:26              BLOCK by OATES, John
                                                12:24              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
FOUL by Lasme, Stephane                         12:21  13-15  V 2  GOOD! FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                12:21  13-16  V 3  GOOD! FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Sean
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        12:21              SUB IN : HAYNES, Marquez
SUB IN : Bonner, Luke                           12:21              SUB OUT: MARSHALL, Sean
SUB IN : Milligan, Dante                        12:21
SUB OUT: Freeman, Rashaun                       12:21
SUB OUT: Lasme, Stephane                        12:21
SUB OUT: Life, James                            12:21
TURNOVR by Forbes, Gary                         12:20
                                                12:20              SUB IN : SPEARS, Shamari
                                                12:20              SUB OUT: OATES, John
                                                12:00  13-18  V 5  GOOD! JUMPER by SPEARS, Shamari
TURNOVR by Thomas, Brandon                      11:46
                                                11:45              STEAL by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                11:35              FOUL by HAYNES, Marquez
                                                11:35              TURNOVR by HAYNES, Marquez
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   11:35
SUB IN : Lasme, Stephane                        11:35
SUB IN : Life, James                            11:35
SUB IN : Brower, Etienne                        11:35
SUB IN : Freeman, Rashaun                       11:35
SUB OUT: Thomas, Brandon                        11:35
SUB OUT: Bonner, Luke                           11:35
SUB OUT: Forbes, Gary                           11:35
SUB OUT: Milligan, Dante                        11:35
                                                11:31              SUB IN : BLAIR, Tyrelle
                                                11:31              SUB OUT: WILLIAMS, Sean
GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]            11:16  15-18  V 3
ASSIST by Brower, Etienne                       11:16
BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane                        10:44              MISSED LAYUP by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                10:41              REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)
REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane                10:38              MISSED 3 PTR by RICE, TYRESE
MISSED JUMPER by Lowe, Chris                    10:29
REBOUND (OFF) by Brower, Etienne                10:29
TURNOVR by Brower, Etienne                      10:29              STEAL by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                09:46  15-21  V 6  GOOD! 3 PTR by DUDLEY, Jared
MISSED 3 PTR by Brower, Etienne                 09:19              REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)
SUB IN : Mayben, Tiki                           09:18              SUB IN : WILLIAMS, Sean
SUB IN : Forbes, Gary                           09:18              SUB IN : MARSHALL, Sean
SUB OUT: Brower, Etienne                        09:18              SUB OUT: BLAIR, Tyrelle
SUB OUT: Lowe, Chris                            09:18              SUB OUT: RICE, TYRESE
FOUL by Life, James                             09:02
                                                08:57              TURNOVR by SPEARS, Shamari
STEAL by Lasme, Stephane                        08:55
GOOD! JUMPER by Lasme, Stephane                 08:44  17-21  V 4
                                                08:21  17-24  V 7  GOOD! 3 PTR by HAYNES, Marquez
                                                08:21              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
MISSED 3 PTR by Mayben, Tiki                    08:06              REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)
                                                07:46  17-26  V 9  GOOD! JUMPER by SPEARS, Shamari [PNT]
                                                07:46              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
MISSED LAYUP by Forbes, Gary                    07:34
REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane                07:34
GOOD! DUNK by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]             07:31  19-26  V 7
                                                07:31              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                                07:16  19-28  V 9  GOOD! JUMPER by WILLIAMS, Sean [PNT]
FOUL by Life, James                             07:16
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        07:16
SUB OUT: Life, James                            07:16
REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL)                     07:10              MISSED JUMPER by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                07:10              FOUL by WILLIAMS, Sean
TURNOVR by Thomas, Brandon                      07:01
                                                07:00              STEAL by WILLIAMS, Sean
BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane                        06:50              MISSED LAYUP by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                06:48              REBOUND (OFF) by SPEARS, Shamari
REBOUND (DEF) by Mayben, Tiki                   06:46              MISSED LAYUP by SPEARS, Shamari
MISSED LAYUP by Thomas, Brandon                 06:42              BLOCK by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                06:38              REBOUND (DEF) by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                06:35  19-30  V 11 GOOD! JUMPER by MARSHALL, Sean [FB]
                                                06:22              FOUL by SPEARS, Shamari
SUB IN : Harris, Ricky                          06:22              SUB IN : OATES, John
SUB OUT: Thomas, Brandon                        06:22              SUB OUT: SPEARS, Shamari
MISSED 3 PTR by Harris, Ricky                   06:09              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
REBOUND (DEF) by Forbes, Gary                   05:45              MISSED 3 PTR by OATES, John
MISSED 3 PTR by Harris, Ricky                   05:37
REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)                         05:37
MISSED 3 PTR by Forbes, Gary                    05:20
REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun               05:20
MISSED LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun                05:16
REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane                05:16
MISSED JUMPER by Lasme, Stephane                05:12
REBOUND (OFF) by Forbes, Gary                   05:12
MISSED JUMPER by Forbes, Gary                   05:06              REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL)
FOUL by Lasme, Stephane                         05:06
SUB IN : Milligan, Dante                        05:06              SUB IN : RICE, TYRESE
SUB OUT: Lasme, Stephane                        05:06              SUB OUT: HAYNES, Marquez
FOUL by Forbes, Gary                            04:46
                                                04:40              FOUL by OATES, John
                                                04:39              TURNOVR by OATES, John
MISSED JUMPER by Freeman, Rashaun               04:34              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                04:25  19-32  V 13 GOOD! LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE [PNT]
MISSED LAYUP by Forbes, Gary                    04:17
REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun               04:17
GOOD! TIP-IN by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]          04:14  21-32  V 11
REBOUND (DEF) by Forbes, Gary                   03:56              MISSED JUMPER by DUDLEY, Jared
MISSED DUNK by Forbes, Gary                     03:49              REBOUND (DEF) by RICE, TYRESE
                                                03:42  21-34  V 13 GOOD! DUNK by MARSHALL, Sean [FB/PNT]
                                                03:42              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           03:27  23-34  V 11
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          03:27
REBOUND (DEF) by Milligan, Dante                03:04              MISSED JUMPER by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           02:51  25-34  V 9
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          02:51
                                                02:31              TIMEOUT media
SUB IN : Lasme, Stephane                        02:31              SUB IN : SPEARS, Shamari
SUB IN : Lowe, Chris                            02:31              SUB OUT: OATES, John
SUB OUT: Harris, Ricky                          02:31
SUB OUT: Milligan, Dante                        02:31
                                                02:18  25-36  V 11 GOOD! JUMPER by WILLIAMS, Sean [PNT]
MISSED 3 PTR by Forbes, Gary                    02:07
REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun               02:07
FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun                        02:04
TURNOVR by Freeman, Rashaun                     02:04
                                                01:34  25-39  V 14 GOOD! 3 PTR by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                01:34              ASSIST by WILLIAMS, Sean
MISSED 3 PTR by Lowe, Chris                     01:06
REBOUND (OFF) by Mayben, Tiki                   01:06
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           00:55  27-39  V 12
ASSIST by Lasme, Stephane                       00:55
                                                00:41              TURNOVR by WILLIAMS, Sean
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   00:41
MISSED 3 PTR by Forbes, Gary                    00:21              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
REBOUND (DEF) by Mayben, Tiki                   00:00              MISSED 3 PTR by MARSHALL, Sean


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2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: Massachusetts                        TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: Boston College
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                                                19:57              TURNOVR by OATES, John
STEAL by Mayben, Tiki                           19:55
GOOD! DUNK by Mayben, Tiki [FB/PNT]             19:54  29-39  V 10
                                                19:08  29-41  V 12 GOOD! LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE [PNT]
MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James                     18:55
REBOUND (OFF) by Freeman, Rashaun               18:55
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           18:51  31-41  V 10
                                                18:43              TURNOVR by MARSHALL, Sean
GOOD! LAYUP by Mayben, Tiki [PNT]               18:27  33-41  V 8
                                                18:14              MISSED LAYUP by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                18:14              REBOUND (OFF) by MARSHALL, Sean
FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun                        18:12              MISSED FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                18:12              REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)
                                                18:12  33-42  V 9  GOOD! FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Sean
TURNOVR by Life, James                          18:04
                                                17:38  33-44  V 11 GOOD! LAYUP by WILLIAMS, Sean [PNT]
MISSED LAYUP by Forbes, Gary                    17:25              BLOCK by WILLIAMS, Sean
REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane                17:22
TURNOVR by Lasme, Stephane                      17:19
                                                17:18              STEAL by OATES, John
REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane                17:15              MISSED LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE
GOOD! LAYUP by Forbes, Gary [FB/PNT]            17:08  35-44  V 9
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          17:08
                                                16:48  35-46  V 11 GOOD! LAYUP by MARSHALL, Sean [PNT]
                                                16:48              ASSIST by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! LAYUP by Freeman, Rashaun [PNT]           16:42  37-46  V 9
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          16:42
REBOUND (DEF) by Forbes, Gary                   16:22              MISSED 3 PTR by OATES, John
MISSED FT SHOT by Forbes, Gary                  16:17              FOUL by OATES, John
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     16:17
GOOD! FT SHOT by Forbes, Gary                   16:17  38-46  V 8
SUB IN : Milligan, Dante                        16:17              SUB IN : SPEARS, Shamari
SUB OUT: Lasme, Stephane                        16:17              SUB OUT: OATES, John
REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun               15:54              MISSED JUMPER by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! 3 PTR by Life, James                      15:48  41-46  V 5
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          15:48
FOUL by Forbes, Gary                            15:23
                                                15:23              TIMEOUT media
                                                15:23  41-47  V 6  GOOD! FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                15:23  41-48  V 7  GOOD! FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
SUB IN : Lasme, Stephane                        15:23
SUB OUT: Freeman, Rashaun                       15:23
MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James                     15:05              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                14:34  41-50  V 9  GOOD! JUMPER by WILLIAMS, Sean [PNT]
TURNOVR by Mayben, Tiki                         14:20
SUB IN : Lowe, Chris                            14:20
SUB OUT: Mayben, Tiki                           14:20
BLOCK by Lasme, Stephane                        14:11              MISSED LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE
                                                14:09              REBOUND (OFF) by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                14:06  41-52  V 11 GOOD! DUNK by SPEARS, Shamari [PNT]
MISSED FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane               14:02              FOUL by WILLIAMS, Sean
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     14:02
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                14:02  42-52  V 10
                                                13:34  42-54  V 12 GOOD! JUMPER by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                13:34              ASSIST by RICE, TYRESE
MISSED LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane                 13:01              BLOCK by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                13:01              REBOUND (DEF) by RICE, TYRESE
FOUL by Forbes, Gary                            13:01  42-55  V 13 GOOD! FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                13:01  42-56  V 14 GOOD! FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                13:01  42-57  V 15 GOOD! FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
SUB IN : Thomas, Brandon                        13:01
SUB IN : Freeman, Rashaun                       13:01
SUB OUT: Milligan, Dante                        13:01
SUB OUT: Forbes, Gary                           13:01
                                                12:33              FOUL by WILLIAMS, Sean
SUB IN : Harris, Ricky                          12:33              SUB IN : OATES, John
SUB OUT: Life, James                            12:33              SUB OUT: WILLIAMS, Sean
MISSED FT SHOT by Freeman, Rashaun              12:27              FOUL by OATES, John
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     12:27
MISSED FT SHOT by Freeman, Rashaun              12:27              REBOUND (DEF) by BLAIR, Tyrelle
                                                12:27              SUB IN : BLAIR, Tyrelle
                                                12:27              SUB OUT: OATES, John
                                                12:02  42-59  V 17 GOOD! LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE [PNT]
                                                12:02              ASSIST by SPEARS, Shamari
FOUL by Harris, Ricky                           11:44
TURNOVR by Harris, Ricky                        11:44
                                                11:44              TIMEOUT media
                                                11:18              MISSED LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE
                                                11:18              REBOUND (OFF) by DUDLEY, Jared
FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun                        11:13  42-60  V 18 GOOD! FT SHOT by BLAIR, Tyrelle
                                                11:13  42-61  V 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by BLAIR, Tyrelle
SUB IN : Bonner, Luke                           11:13
SUB OUT: Freeman, Rashaun                       11:13
GOOD! DUNK by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]             10:49  44-61  V 17
ASSIST by Lowe, Chris                           10:49
FOUL by Lasme, Stephane                         10:29  44-62  V 18 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
                                                10:29  44-63  V 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
MISSED 3 PTR by Harris, Ricky                   10:17              REBOUND (DEF) by RICE, TYRESE
FOUL by Lowe, Chris                             10:02  44-64  V 20 GOOD! FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Sean
REBOUND (DEF) by Thomas, Brandon                10:02              MISSED FT SHOT by MARSHALL, Sean
SUB IN : Mayben, Tiki                           10:02
SUB OUT: Harris, Ricky                          10:02
MISSED 3 PTR by Bonner, Luke                    09:53              REBOUND (DEF) by MARSHALL, Sean
                                                09:43  44-66  V 22 GOOD! LAYUP by RICE, TYRESE [PNT]
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   09:41
SUB IN : Forbes, Gary                           09:41
SUB OUT: Lowe, Chris                            09:41
MISSED LAYUP by Forbes, Gary                    09:29
REBOUND (OFF) by Bonner, Luke                   09:29
MISSED TIP-IN by Bonner, Luke                   09:27
REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)                         09:27
                                                09:27              SUB IN : HAYNES, Marquez
                                                09:27              SUB OUT: MARSHALL, Sean
GOOD! FT SHOT by Thomas, Brandon                09:26  45-66  V 21 FOUL by HAYNES, Marquez
MISSED FT SHOT by Thomas, Brandon               09:26              REBOUND (DEF) by BLAIR, Tyrelle
FOUL by Thomas, Brandon                         09:10              MISSED FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         09:10
SUB IN : Life, James                            09:10
SUB OUT: Thomas, Brandon                        09:10
TURNOVR by Mayben, Tiki                         09:02
                                                08:51              FOUL by DUDLEY, Jared
                                                08:51              TURNOVR by DUDLEY, Jared
TURNOVR by Life, James                          08:32
                                                08:31              STEAL by HAYNES, Marquez
REBOUND (DEF) by Forbes, Gary                   08:08              MISSED JUMPER by RICE, TYRESE
GOOD! LAYUP by Mayben, Tiki [FB/PNT]            08:02  47-66  V 19
REBOUND (DEF) by (DEADBALL)                     07:22              MISSED 3 PTR by RICE, TYRESE
                                                07:22              FOUL by SPEARS, Shamari
TIMEOUT media                                   07:22
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                07:22  48-66  V 18
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                07:22  49-66  V 17
                                                07:22              SUB IN : MARSHALL, Sean
                                                07:22              SUB IN : WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                07:22              SUB OUT: BLAIR, Tyrelle
                                                07:22              SUB OUT: RICE, TYRESE
STEAL by Forbes, Gary                           07:20              TURNOVR by WILLIAMS, Sean
MISSED 3 PTR by Forbes, Gary                    07:01              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
FOUL by Bonner, Luke                            06:47  49-67  V 18 GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                06:47  49-68  V 19 GOOD! FT SHOT by WILLIAMS, Sean
SUB IN : Freeman, Rashaun                       06:47
SUB OUT: Bonner, Luke                           06:47
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                06:35  50-68  V 18 FOUL by WILLIAMS, Sean
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                06:35  51-68  V 17
                                                06:35              SUB IN : RICE, TYRESE
                                                06:35              SUB OUT: WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                06:11              TURNOVR by SPEARS, Shamari
STEAL by Lasme, Stephane                        06:09
GOOD! LAYUP by Mayben, Tiki [PNT]               06:04  53-68  V 15
                                                05:35  53-70  V 17 GOOD! JUMPER by HAYNES, Marquez
                                                05:35              ASSIST by SPEARS, Shamari
GOOD! LAYUP by Forbes, Gary [PNT]               05:26  55-70  V 15
                                                04:46  55-72  V 17 GOOD! DUNK by MARSHALL, Sean [PNT]
                                                04:46              ASSIST by RICE, TYRESE
GOOD! LAYUP by Mayben, Tiki [PNT]               04:34  57-72  V 15
                                                04:09              FOUL by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                04:09              TURNOVR by SPEARS, Shamari
SUB IN : Brower, Etienne                        04:09
SUB OUT: Forbes, Gary                           04:09
GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]            03:58  59-72  V 13
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          03:58
                                                03:45              TIMEOUT media
FOUL by Brower, Etienne                         03:36  59-73  V 14 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
REBOUND (DEF) by Freeman, Rashaun               03:36              MISSED FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
MISSED JUMPER by Mayben, Tiki                   03:19              REBOUND (DEF) by MARSHALL, Sean
SUB IN : Forbes, Gary                           02:53
SUB IN : Lowe, Chris                            02:53
SUB OUT: Life, James                            02:53
SUB OUT: Brower, Etienne                        02:53
FOUL by Mayben, Tiki                            02:47  59-74  V 15 GOOD! FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane                02:47              MISSED FT SHOT by DUDLEY, Jared
GOOD! LAYUP by Lasme, Stephane [PNT]            02:28  61-74  V 13
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          02:28
FOUL by Freeman, Rashaun                        02:14  61-75  V 14 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
REBOUND (DEF) by Brower, Etienne                02:14              MISSED FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
SUB IN : Brower, Etienne                        02:14
SUB OUT: Freeman, Rashaun                       02:14
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                01:56  62-75  V 13 FOUL by MARSHALL, Sean
MISSED FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane               01:56              REBOUND (DEF) by DUDLEY, Jared
SUB IN : Life, James                            01:56
SUB OUT: Brower, Etienne                        01:56
                                                01:53              TIMEOUT 30sec
FOUL by Lowe, Chris                             01:52  62-76  V 14 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
                                                01:52  62-77  V 15 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
GOOD! LAYUP by Forbes, Gary [PNT]               01:45  64-77  V 13
ASSIST by Mayben, Tiki                          01:45
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   01:44
FOUL by Forbes, Gary                            01:42              MISSED FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
                                                01:42              REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)
REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane                01:42              MISSED FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James                     01:37
REBOUND (OFF) by Mayben, Tiki                   01:37
GOOD! 3 PTR by Life, James                      01:31  67-77  V 10
ASSIST by Lasme, Stephane                       01:31
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   01:29
                                                01:22              TIMEOUT 30sec
                                                01:17              TURNOVR by DUDLEY, Jared
STEAL by Life, James                            01:16
GOOD! FT SHOT by Forbes, Gary                   01:16  68-77  V 9  FOUL by HAYNES, Marquez
MISSED FT SHOT by Forbes, Gary                  01:16
REBOUND (OFF) by Forbes, Gary                   01:16
MISSED JUMPER by Forbes, Gary                   01:12
REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane                01:12
MISSED JUMPER by Lasme, Stephane                01:09              REBOUND (DEF) by SPEARS, Shamari
FOUL by Mayben, Tiki                            01:06  68-78  V 10 GOOD! FT SHOT by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                01:06  68-79  V 11 GOOD! FT SHOT by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                01:06              SUB IN : WILLIAMS, Sean
                                                01:06              SUB OUT: SPEARS, Shamari
MISSED LAYUP by Forbes, Gary                    00:59
REBOUND (OFF) by Lasme, Stephane                00:59
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                00:59  69-79  V 10 FOUL by WILLIAMS, Sean
GOOD! FT SHOT by Lasme, Stephane                00:59  70-79  V 9
FOUL by Lowe, Chris                             00:59  70-80  V 10 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
                                                00:59  70-81  V 11 GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
                                                00:59              SUB IN : SPEARS, Shamari
                                                00:59              SUB OUT: WILLIAMS, Sean
MISSED FT SHOT by Forbes, Gary                  00:51              FOUL by SPEARS, Shamari
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     00:51
MISSED FT SHOT by Forbes, Gary                  00:51
REBOUND (OFF) by Life, James                    00:51
GOOD! 3 PTR by Lowe, Chris                      00:45  73-81  V 8
ASSIST by Life, James                           00:45
FOUL by Lasme, Stephane                         00:42  73-82  V 9  GOOD! FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
REBOUND (DEF) by Lasme, Stephane                00:42              MISSED FT SHOT by RICE, TYRESE
MISSED 3 PTR by Life, James                     00:32              REBOUND (DEF) by SPEARS, Shamari
FOUL by Life, James                             00:28  73-83  V 10 GOOD! FT SHOT by SPEARS, Shamari
                                                00:28  73-84  V 11 GOOD! FT SHOT by SPEARS, Shamari
MISSED 3 PTR by Mayben, Tiki                    00:19
REBOUND (OFF) by Forbes, Gary                   00:19
MISSED LAYUP by Forbes, Gary                    00:16              REBOUND (DEF) by SPEARS, Shamari
STEAL by Mayben, Tiki                           00:00              TURNOVR by RICE, TYRESE


                              Boston College 84, Massachusetts 73


POINTS OFF TURNOVERS        1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........   12   6 -  18
Massachusetts...........    4   9 -  13

POINTS IN PAINT             1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........   22  16 -  38
Massachusetts...........   20  26 -  46

2ND CHANCE POINTS           1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........    2   5 -   7
Massachusetts...........    8  11 -  19

FAST BREAK POINTS           1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........    4   0 -   4
Massachusetts...........    0   6 -   6

BENCH POINTS                1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........    7  12 -  19
Massachusetts...........    0   4 -   4

SCORE TIED BY               1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........    2   0 -   2
Massachusetts...........    0   0 -   0

LEAD GAINED BY              1   2 - Tot
Boston College..........    3   0 -   3
Massachusetts...........    2   0 -   2

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