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UMass-Richmond, A-10 Notes




March 12, 2010

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- Atlantic 10 Tournament Notes

  • UMass is now 30-27 all-time in A-10 Tournament games, the second-most wins of any program behind Temple (44-19).

  • UMass is playing as the 11th seed, its lowest seed of all-time.

  • The Minutemen last won in Atlantic City in 1995, beating La Salle in a homecoming game for Lou Roe. Record Book Notes

    Ricky Harris finished third in career scoring at UMass with 19 in the game and had 1,960 in his career. • Harris moved to third in career field goal attempts at UMass with 1,534, after he took 20 shots in the game. He passed Lorenzo Sutton (1,518).

    • Harris also finished seventh in career made field goals list with seven today. He had 643 in his career. He stands behind No. 6 Lou Roe (661).

    • Harris finished second on the career 3-pointers attempted list with nine in the game, giving him 795 in his career. The all-time leader is Monty Mack with 910.

    • Harris moved into sole possession for second in career made 3-pointers (276) with one in the game. He passed Anthony Anderson (275).

    • Harris made four free throws and now has 398 and finished sixth in career made free throws.

    • Harris had no steals and finished in fourth place in career steals with 147 in his career. No. 3 is Anthony Anderson (150).

    • In playing his 129th career game, Harris finished fifth in career games played.

  • On the single-season lists, Harris has the 10th-best single-season with 613 in his senior season. Next on the list at No. 9 is Jim McCoy (623) in 1990-91 and No. 8 is Monty Mack (632) in 1999-2000.
     

     

  • Harris' single-season scoring average of 19.8 is tied for eighth all-time with Monty Mack (19.8) and Jim McCoy (19.8). No. 7 on the list is Marcus Camby (20.5) in the Final Four year is 1995-96.

  • Also on the single-season list, Ricky Harris moved to eighth place in field goals attempted with 20 in the game, giving him 506. He passed himself with 488 in 2007-08 to move to eighth. No. 7 on the chart is Clarence Hill (527) in 1965-66.

    Individual Player Notes Ricky Harris scored in double-figures for the 30th time in 31 games he has played this season with 19. He has scored in double-figures in 94 in his 129 career games. Dating to his sophomore year, Harris has 91 of his last 97 games with 10 or more points.

    • Harris finished as the A-10's leading active scoring list (1,960).

  • Anthony Gurley scored in double-figures for the 23rd time this season and 49th time in his career with 24.

  • Gurley scored more than 20 for the seventh time this year and 10th time in his career.

  • Gurley has had some of his best scoring days in the Boardwalk Hall, netting 22, 19 and career-high 24 in his previous three games. In his four games in Atlantic City, Gurley is averaging (22.3) in four games.

  • Terrell Vinson scored in double-figures for the 15th time this season with 10.
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