March 6, 2010
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Record Book Notes
Ricky Harris moved to stand third in career scoring at UMass with 28 in the game and now has 1,917. He passed legend Lou Roe (1,905). No.2 on the list is Monty Mack (2,183).
Harris continues to stand fourth in career field goal attempts at UMass with 1,501, after he took 21 shots in the game. Next on the list at No. 3 is Lorenzo Sutton (1,518).
Harris also is also seventh in career made field goals list with ten today. He now has 631 in his career. He stands behind No. 6 Lou Roe (661).
Harris continues to be second on the career 3-pointers attempted list with 11 in the game, giving him 777 in his career. The all-time leader is Monty Mack with 910.
Harris continues to be third in career made 3-pointers (272) with 2 in the game. Next on the list at No. 2 Anthony Anderson (275).
Harris made six free throws and now has 383 and moved to sixth in career made free throws. He passed Horace Neysmith (379). No. 5 is Harper Williams (424).
Harris had one steal and stands in fourth place in career steals with 147 in his career. No. 3 is Anthony Anderson (150).
In playing his 127th career game, Harris is now alone in fifth in career games played. He broke a tie with Jim McCoy and Tony Barbee with 126, tied for sixth.
Individual Player Notes
Ricky Harris scored in double-figures for the 27th time in 28 games he has played this season. He has scored in double-figures in 92 in his 127 career games. Dating to his sophomore year, Harris has 89 of his last 95 games with 10 or more points.
Harris continues to be second on the A-10's leading active scoring list (1,917).
Freddie Riley scored in double-figures for the 12th time in his career and this season with 11.
Javorn Farrell had his second-career game in double-figures with 12. The other was 12 vs. Xavier.
Rhode Island and UMass have played the most times or any opponents in their school histories with this 134th game. UMass leads the all-time series 77-57.
The 77 wins are the most vs. any opponent in school annals.