Tags » UMass Minutemen

UMass gets commitment from transfer guard

UMass received a commitment from a volume-shooting transfer guard on Tuesday as Canisius sophomore Zach Lewis pledged to the Minutemen. The transfer was first reported by Adam Finklestein of  139 more words

Zach Lewis transferring to UMass

By Nick Veronica

Zach Lewis wanted to leave Canisius for a higher level of play. He’ll get that in the Atlantic 10.

After announcing his… 185 more words

Basketball

NEC Rookie of the Year expects to announce new school Monday

After a successful freshman season at Robert Morris in which he averaged 15.1 points, 2.5 redbounds and 2.1 assists assists per game and was a unanimous choice for NEC Rookie of the Year, Marcquise Reed… 369 more words

Former Texas A&M forward to complete eligibility at UMass

With Cady Lalanne and Maxie Esho out of eligibility, adding an experienced body to the front court is something that would benefit UMass as head coach Derek Kellogg looks to put the finishing touches on the 2015-16 roster. 208 more words

Report: First openly gay Division I player Derrick Gordon to transfer

Derrick Gordon is leaving UMass, according to a report from ESPN.com.

Gordon began his career at Western Kentucky before sitting out the 2012-2013 season due to NCAA transfer rules. 70 more words

UMass names Georgia Tech's Ryan Bamford as its new AD

UMass – remember them? – announced Ryan Bamford as its new athletics director on Monday. He’ll be introduced at a Tuesday news conference.

Bamford spent the past four years at Georgia Tech serving as the Jackets’ senior AD for internal and external relations, essentially working as a COO while overseeing scheduling, administration, facilities, sports medicine, donor relations and the like for football, men’s basketball and baseball. 271 more words

Rumor Mill

JORDAN BURGESS DOES 20, HIS WAY

RICHMOND, Va. – It was only appropriate that perhaps the biggest plays of VCU’s win over UMass Saturday were made by a Burgess.

After his jersey was retired in a pregame ceremony, former VCU star Bradford Burgess looked on as younger brother Jordan helped turn the tide in a pivotal 78-72 victory. 890 more words

Men's Basketball