UMass-Lowell Hands GW Men's Their Fourth Straight Loss


UMass-Lowell sophomore forward Max Brooks soars in for two of his game and career high 23 points in the Riverhawks win over GW


GW junior point guard James Bishop and freshman point guard Brayon Freeman combined for 31 points, however, it wasn't enough as UMass-Lowell (4-1) led by sophomore forward Max Brooks game and career high 23 points, handed the Colonials (1-4) their fourth straight loss.


GW sophomore guard Joe Bamisile added a double with 11 points and 14 rebounds to pace the Colonials.

Ayinde Hikim finished with 18 points and 4 rebounds while Grad student Everette Hammond posted a near triple double with 11 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists in a winning effort for the Riverhawks.


GW Men's will next face Wright State (1-2) Monday at 2:30 pm in the Naples Invitational


George Washington sophomore guard Joe Bamisile drives on UMass-Lowell guard Everette Hammond

GW point guard James Bishop surveys the floor. Bishop posted a team high 18 points in the loss

Colonials freshman point guard Brayon freeman knocks down a 3-pointer over the Riverhawks defender.

UMass-Lowell Ayinde Hikim hits a jumper over George Washington guards Brendan Adams and James Bishop

Umass-Lowell guard Everette Hammond gets a step on GW forward Ricky Lindo Jr and scores inside



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