UMass/Siena Post-Game Notes
Dec. 12, 2004
With the win, UMass evens the all-time series with Siena at two apiece.
Tamara Tatham posted her second career double-double Sunday at Siena.
She had a career-high 21 points and tied a career-high with 11 rebounds.
With six, UMass has matched all of last year's win total.
UMass is on a five-game winning streak for the first time since 2002-03. In that season, the Minutewomen reeled off six games in a row from Dec. 1-14, 2002. They defeated Toledo, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Villanova and Northeastern.
The Minutewomen are 4-0 on the road for the first time since the 1979-80 season. They began that season with victories on the road against Harvard, Rhode Island, Central Connecticut and William Patterson. In its fifth road contest, Massachusetts fell at Queens College. The 1977-78 team began the year with six straight road wins. The 1976-77 team was a perfect 8-0 on the road.
The Minutewomen have held the last three opponents to under 30-percent field goal shooting for three straight games. Toledo was .299 (20-67), Hofstra was .286 (18-63) and Siena was .237 (14-59).
With 10 points against the Saints, Pam Rosanio has now reached double-figures in seven of her nine career games.
Rosanio also set a new career-high at Siena with six rebounds.
Kate Mills had a career-high five rebounds at Siena.
Brooke Campbell tied a career-high with five assists against the Saints.