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.