George Washington Vs. UMass: Colonials Fall To 3-6 In Atlantic 10 After 86-75 Losss

George Washington fell to 3-6 in the Atlantic 10 with an 11-point loss to UMass.

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UMass Vs. George Washington Final Score: Colonials Fall, 86-75

Given a second chance to come up with a home upset in Atlantic 10 play, George Washington came up short once again, falling, 86-75, to Massachusetts in Foggy Bottom. The Colonials fall to 3-6 in Atlantic 10 play and 8-15 overall after the defeat.

George Washington was far less competitive in this one than on Wednesday, when the Colonials pushed Xavier to the wire before falling in the final seconds. In this game, the Minutemen slowly pulled away, keeping the Colonials at arm's length throughout the contest.

Terrell Vinson had 21 points to lead UMass. Tony Tayler scored 26 points in a losing effort for the Colonials, playing all but one minute in the contest.

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George Washington Vs. UMass: Colonials Look To Hand Minutemen Second Straight Loss

The Colonials will look to spoil UMass' bid to finish high in the Atlantic 10 standings.

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