A new season and a new era for Boston College men's basketball gets underway tonight at Conte Forum.
UMass basketball is almost back baby! As the season opener draws near we will look at the most important players for the Minutemen squad this year.
After not appearing in the NCAA tournament since 1998, the Minutemen’s 2013-2014 campaign can’t be described as anything but a success.
Jarnell Stokes dominated the paint and had a double-double as he led the Vols over Chaz Williams and the Minutemen.
Maxie Esho's 22 points weren't enough to propel the Minutemen pass the Colonials, as Isaiah Armwood proved too much inside scoring 15 points of his own.
Chaz Williams and the Minutemen take on a very talented George Washington Colonials team led by Maurice Creek in this late night match-up as the A-10 tournament presses on.
The UMass Minutemen came back from a 10 point deficit in the second half to move past the URI Rams as they advance to the A-10 Quarterfinals.
Chaz Williams did all he could scoring 20 points for the Minutemen, but he couldn't stop Saint Louis' Jordair Jett from scoring the game winning layup with 3 seconds left.
Trey Davis came off the bench to lead the way with 20 points as UMass got a much needed win against the Dukes.