Kyle Havens had his third-career 300-yard passing game with 373.
Havens finishes his UMass career with 4,600 passing yards, sixth all-time at UMass; 365 completions, fifth all-time; 609 passing attempts, sixth all-time; and 29 career touchdowns.
UMass had two 100-yard receivers in the same game: Anthony Nelson with 129, Julian Talley with 129-for the first time since the same duo did it against New Hampshire earlier this season on October 23rd.
Jonathan Hernandez ran for 100-yards for the sixth time in his career and fourth this season as he finished with 124 yards.
Anthony Nelson had his sixth career 100-yard receiving game in his career, and third this season with 129 yards.
Anthony Nelson hauled in his third touchdown of the season on a 30-yard TD catch.
Nelson had his longest catch of the season on a 58-yard bomb early in he third quarter.
Julian Talley had a career high nine catches for 109 yards, his second career 100-yard receiving game.
Dan Sheeran had a career high seven catches for a career high 85 yards.
On fourth downs vs. URI, UMass was 1-of-4. The Minutemen came into the game seventh in the NCAA in 4th down conversions at 21-of-29.
UMass finishes the regular season 22-of-33 (67 %).
UMass gained 506 yards of total offense, its most since 525 against Holy Cross on September 11, 2010.
UMass did not receive the game's opening kickoff for the first time this season.