UMass Lowell Suffers 90-72 Setback Against Wagner


The road woes continued for UMass Lowell on Tuesday.

The River Hawks allowed a season-high in points and fell to Wagner, 90-72.


1 2 T
UML (5-4) 36 36 72
WAG (6-1) 45 45 90

The Seahawks’ Elijah Davis was a thorn in UML’s side all contest as the junior drilled four 3-pointers and tallied 20 points.

Two of his points came at the 12:07 mark of the second half on a layup, pushing Wagner in front, 61-48, and ending a 7-0 River Hawks’ run.

Chase Freeman’s trey concluded the Seahawks offensive onslaught with 30 seconds remaining.

Jahad Thomas, in his return from a one-game absence due to an ankle injury, led UML with 19 points and seven rebounds.

UML, which dropped to 0-3 on the road, visits Brown (4-5) on Saturday at 2 p.m.


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