Men's Basketball

 
Postgame Notes: La Salle 80, UMass 74




Jan. 10, 2010

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Record Book Notes

  • Freshman Freddie Riley made six 3-point field goals. The UMass record is eight, which has been done six times. Most recently by Monty Mack vs. St. Bonaventure in 2001.

  • Ricky Harris continues to stand seventh in career scoring at UMass with 17 in the game. He now has 1,590. Next on the list is No. 6 Tony Barbee (1,643).

  • Harris continues stand to eighth in career made free throws with three in the game. He now has 332. Next on the list is No. 7 Rashaun Freeman (379).

  • Harris continues to stand fourth in career made 3-pointers (236) and 3-pointers attempted (662). Next on the list in both is Carmelo Travieso, who had 245 makes on 666 attempts from 1993-97.

    Individual Player Notes

  • In his second game back from minor knee surgery, Freddie Riley had a career-high 22 points. It was his fifth game in double-figures this season.

  • Ricky Harris scored in double-figures for the 14th time this season in as many games with 17. Harris now has 25 games in a row in double-figures and 78 in his 112 career games. Dating to his sophomore year, Harris has 75 of his last 80 games with 10 or more points.

  • Harris is the A-10's second-leading active career scorer (1,590) behind only La Salle's Rodney Green (1,641).

  • Terrell Vinson had his seventh game this season in double-figures with 13. His last game with more than 10 also came in the throwback jerseys, worn in Boston against Memphis on Dec. 19.

  • Terrell Vinson had a career-high four assists, passing his former best of two.

  • Sampson Carter drew his second charge of the season, in the first half.

  • Gary Correia drew his fourth-career start and third this season. He had played his first 74 game off the bench.

  • Freshman Javorn Farrell didn't dress for the second game in a row as he was hampered by a groin/hip injury.

    Series, Facility Notes

  • UMass leads the series with La Salle, 13-10. The loss continues a streak of three wins in a row by La Salle. Prior to that UMass had won three in a row in the series.

  • UMass is now 39-24 all-time at the MassMutual Center.

  • The Minutemen are 13-4 at the building since the 1990 season.

  • Springfield native Derek Kellogg is 1-1 as a coach in his hometown arena. He went 8-1 as a player at UMass in what was called the Springfield Civic Center at the time.

    Also Of Note

  • Former UMass players and current members of the D-League's Springfield Armor Dante Milligan and Maurice Maxwell were at the game.

  • Hashim "Big City" Bailey wore protective goggles after suffering a scratched eye, for the second game in a row.

  • The attendance of 4,012 was the highest in Western Mass this season.
     

     

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