St. Joe's Vs. UMass Final Score: Hawks Lose 71-62

The St. Joe's Hawks continue Atlantic 10 conference play on Saturday afternoon, when they visit Amherst to meet Massachusetts at 4 p.m.

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St. Joe's Vs. UMass Final Score: Hawks Lose 71-62

With today's loss against the Massachusetts Minutemen the St. Joe's Hawks fall to 12-6 on the season and 2-2 in the Atlantic 10 Conference. The Hawks have now lost three of their last five after reeling off five consecutive wins in December. The loss also drops the Hawks record on the road to 2-4.

Although the Hawks held the Minutemen to 38 percent shooting, the Hawks turned the ball over 17 times and made only six free throws. The Minutemen, on the other hand, despite shooting 38 percent, were able to convert 14 free throws, 11 three pointers, and only turned the ball over 10 times.

UMass' Chaz Williams led the game in scoring with 22. Ronald Roberts Jr. paced the Hawks with 16 points.

The Hawks next game is scheduled for January 18 on the road against the Xavier Musketeers.

For more St. Joe's basketball coverage, visit our team page.

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St. Joe's Vs UMass Halftime Score: Hawks Trail 33-32

In an Atlantic 10 showdown the St. Joe's Hawks trail the UMass Minutemen by a point at halftime. The Hawks are 12-5 on the season and 2-1 in conference play, while the Minutemen are 13-4 overall and also 2-1 in conference play. Today's game is being played at the William D. Mullins Center, where the Minutemen are 9-0 this season.

Both teams are shooting under 40 percent thus far, but each team has been able to convert on three point attempts – four for St. Joe's and seven for UMass – to keep the scoring relatively high. The Hawks have seven turnovers, while the Minutemen have six.

The leading scorer for the game is UMass forward, Raphiael Putney, who has 13 points on six shots, including three three pointers. Putney also has four rebounds, three steals and two blocks. The Hawks already have four players who have scored at least six points.

For more St. Joe's basketball coverage, visit our team page.

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