The Daniel Webster College men’s basketball team received 29 points from sophomore Ryan Gauthier of Nashua, N.H. to propel the Eagles to an 88-75 victory over Framingham State University Thursday evening in non-conference action at the Athletic Recreation Center.
The Eagles improve to 6-0 on the season, their best start in program history, and snap a 10 game losing streak against the Rams dating back to 1998.
The Rams are now 4-3 on the year.
The Rams were led by 13 points off the bench from freshman Steve Murphy.
Murphy connected on 3-of-6 from behind the arc and filled the stat sheet with five boards and two steals. Junior Jamie Henderson picked up 12 points and six boards, while senior Elijah Chisholm added 11 off the bench.
Daniel Webster shot out the lead in the first half as they converted on 17-of-30 from the floor (57 percent).
The Rams were led in the opening frame by seven points off the bench from junior George Jordan.
The Eagles shot 60 percent from the floor in the second half and finished the game shooting 58 percent from the floor and 46% from three point range. The Rams shot just 41 percent from the field in the game and only converted on 5-of-16 from behind the arc.
The Rams return to action next Tuesday evening when they host Fisher College at 6.