11 different UMass players scored in the game for a season-high. The previous best was 10 vs. La Salle on Jan. 10.
Record Book Notes
Ricky Harris moved to sixth in career scoring at UMass with 23 in the game. He now has 1,679. Next on the list at No. 5 is Lorenzo Sutton (1,731).
Harris continues to stand fifth in career field goal attempts at UMass with 1,314, after he took 14 shots in the game. Next on the list at No. 4 is Mike Pyatt (1,318).
Harris continues stand to eighth in career made free throws with eight in the game. He now has 344. Next on the list is No. 7 Rashaun Freeman (379).
Harris continues to be third on the career 3-pointers attempted list with three in the game, giving him 693 in his career. Next on the list is Anthony Anderson (705).
Harris is fourth in career made 3-pointers (243). Carmelo Travieso is third with 245 makes on 666 attempts from 1993-97.
Harris had one steal to move to a tie for 10th in career steals with 133 in his career. He is tied with Anton Brown and Tony Barbee in 10th place. Next on list is No. 9 Will Herndon (137).
Harris also moved on to the career made field goals list with seven. He now has 546 in his career to moved to 10th, passing Donald Russell (541). Next on the list is No. 9 Harper Williams with 554.
Individual Player Notes
Ricky Harris scored in double-figures for the 19th time this season in as many games with 23. Harris now has 30 games in a row in double-figures and 83 in his 117 career games. Dating to his sophomore year, Harris has 80 of his last 85 games with 10 or more points.
Ricky Harris scored 20 or more points for the seventh time this season and 35th in his career. It was his most points since 26 vs. Cornell in the second game of the season.
Harris is the A-10's second-leading active career scorer (1,679) behind only La Salle's Rodney Green (1,715).
Harris set his career-high in rebounds with eight. His previous best was seven, done two times in 2008.
Anthony Gurley returned to the double-figure scoring column for the 16th time this season and 42nd of his career with 10 in the game.
Terrell Vinson scored in double-figures for the ninth time this season with 16.
Javorn Farrell drew his second start of the year. The other was at Davidson (12/30/09).
The all-time series with Saint Joseph's is now led by UMass 29-27.
This was UMass' first game at the newly refurbished Hagan Arena. Last season, St. Joe's played at the hallowed Palestra. In games played in Philadelphia, vs. Saint Joseph's UMass is now 16-10. SJU leads in this facility 12-10.