Framingham took on both Bridgewater and Fitchburg St. in MASCAC games during the past week.
Against Bridgewater State, the Rams put up a good fight at the end of the first half as the score was within two points with the Bears up 34-32.
The Bears took control of the game with a quick 10-0 run to start the second half. Ryan Carney scored eight of the 10 points.
The Rams did their best impression of a comeback when they pulled back within six points, following a layup by Jared Gordon-Anderson.
The six-point difference was the closest the Rams would come as the Bears pulled away with an 11-4 run over the next couple of minutes.
Bridgewater State never surrendered the double-digit lead, which led to the Rams losing by a score of 75-52.
The Rams then played the Fitchburg State Falcons right here in our very own Athletic Center.
Framingham seemed to be playing their best basketball of the season as they started hot with a 7-0 run early in the first quarter.
The offense started to fall flat as the Falcons not only stopped the Rams from scoring, but went on a hot streak of their own with a 13-0 run.
The two teams headed into halftime with the Falcons leading by a score of 34-22.
The Rams appeared to have a beacon of hope when Cameren McCloud-Thomas hit a layup to cut the deficit to 10 points.
Shortly after, the beacon of hope turned into harsh reality as the Falcons scored eight straight points and all but ended the Rams chances at a miracle comeback.
With another two losses added to the record, the Rams currently sit at 0-6 in the MASCAC and 1-18 overall.