On Thursday, Feb. 8, the Framingham State Rams hosted the Westfield State Owls in a MASCAC matchup.
The Rams kept the score close in the first 10 minutes, taking the lead three times and staying within range of the Owls, but eventually Westfield began to pull away from Framingham.
With five seconds left in the first, Westfield’s Allister Williams made a 3-pointer to put the Owls up 39-23.
The Owls continued to distance themselves throughout the second half and ended up beating the Rams 81-50.
This win for Westfield boosts their overall record to 10-12 and 4-5 in the conference.
Three Owls players reached double digits. Moody Bey led in scoring with 17 points. Marcus Collins and Williams followed, both scoring 16 points.
Collins led in rebounds for the Owls, grabbing 11 for the team.
Benjamin Roache and Manny Payton led in scoring for the Rams with 13 and 11, respectively.
Cameren McCloud-Thomas and Lorenzo Fernandes led in rebounds for the Rams, both earning five.
This loss for the Rams drops their overall record to 6-17 and 2-8 in the MASCAC.