Anthony Gurley scored in double-figures for the 23rd time in 25 games this season with 16. He had done it in the first 22 games of the season.
Gurley moved to 18th in career scoring as he now has 1,240 to pass No. 19 Donta Bright (1,229) and Al Skinner (1,235). Next on the list at No. 17 is Doug Grutchfield (1,257).
Gurley had the first double-double this season by a UMass player, he had 10 rebounds. It was also his second-career game with 10 rebounds, the other came at Boston College in 2009.
Raphiael Putney scored in double-figures for the second game in a row and third game this season with 11.
Sampson Carter had his best scoring game since Dec. 31 with 11 points. It was his seventh game of the season in double-figures and 11 time in his career.
Gary Correia scored in double-figures for the second time in three games, third time this season and fifth time in his career with 11 points. His previous career-high before 15 vs. George Washington last Sunday, came at Rhode Island in 2009, when he had 12.
UMass held its sixth opponent in an A-10 win to below 40 percent from the floor, as URI shot just 29. 3 pecent.
The Rams 1-of-19 from the 3-point range was the lowest by an opponent this season.