UMass Lowell Falls to Brown, 89-75


After starting the season 5-1, UMass Lowell dropped to 5-5, with an 89-75 loss to Brown on Saturday.

River Hawks junior guard Ryan Jones scored a co-game-high 20 points, but it wasn’t enough as UML sent Brown to the free throw line 29 times, and it converted on 25 of its attempts.


1 2 T
UML (5-5) 36 39 75
BRWN (5-5) 42 47 89

12 makes from the charity stripe in the first half helped propel the Bears to a 42-36 lead at the break.

UML sliced its deficit to four on two separate occasions early in the second half, only to have Brandon Anderson counter both runs with a pair of free throw makes.

The Bears led by as much as 19 down the stretch.

UML, which dropped to 0-4 on the road, returns home against Boston University (4-4) on Wednesday at 5 p.m.


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