Postgame Notes: UMass defeats GSU
Dec. 11, 2009
UMass is now 5-0 vs. teams from Louisiana, 3-0 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1-0 vs. New Orleans and 1-0 vs. Grambling State.
Gary Correia drew his first-career start at point guard. It comes in his 75th career game.
Correia scored in double-figures for the second time in his career with 11. His high of 12 came at Rhode Island last season.
Correia tied his career-high in assists with six. He did it in his second-career game vs. Northern Illinois back in 2007.
Freshman Terrell Vinson had a career-high 20 points, his fifth-career game in double-figures.
It's the most points by a UMass freshman since Jeff Salovski had 21 vs. Xavier on Jan. 8, 2005.
Vinson also had a career-high in rebounds with 11.
It's the most rebounds by a UMass freshman since Rashaun Freeman had 18 vs. St. Bonaventure on Feb. 28, 2004.
Freshman Javorn Farrell had a career-high 10 rebounds, his first-career game with a double-figure rebounds. His 10 rebounds came in 11 minutes.
Hashim Bailey had a career-high nine points. His previous high was 6 while he was at Memphis, vs. Tulane.
Anthony Gurley did not score in double-figures for the first time this season, as he netted 9.
David Gibbs tied his career-high with six assists and his career-high in steals with three.
Sean Carter had a career-high with four blocks.
UMass had its most rebounds (55) since posting 55 vs. La Salle in 2008.
Ricky Harris (ankle) missed the first game of his 107 game career.
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