UMass Lowell Edged by Hartford 84-73


UMass Lowell continues to search for answers after an 84-73 setback against Hartford on  Wednesday.

The River Hawks were outshot 58.1 to 53.8 percent in the first half and trailed 41-38 at the break.


1 2 T
UML (6-9, 0-2 America East) 38 35 73
HART (9-0, 2-1) 41 43 84

In the second half, Harford continued to shot lights out, connecting on 55.6 percent of its shots while UML only connected on 39.1 percent of its attempts, as the Hawks pulled away.

Josh Gantz netted 19 points and Jahad Thomas added 16 in the defeat.

UML returns to action on Saturday at 12 p.m. against UMBC (11-7, 2-1).


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