The sophomore had just recorded 15 points, six assists and six rebounds, but the only number that appeared to matter to him was the final score, Bonnies 70, Hawks 60.
With how hard the loss appeared to hit Bembry on Saturday, it came as no surprise that he emerged looking like a man on a mission Wednesday night against UMass.
Bembry would further his case for being named A-10 Player of the Year in the contest, recording a career-high 33 points to go along with 14 rebounds, as Saint Joseph's topped UMass 82-71.
The Hawks would emerge from the locker room looking strong, using a 15-6 run to start the half - including eight points from Bembry - to help open up the game and take a 51-41 lead.
The Minutemen would respond with a 14-5 run of their own, however, as the Hawks' lead was cut to just 56-55midway through the half.
Saint Joseph's would maintain its composure amid the UMass surge, finishing the game strong to pick up an 82-71 win over the Minutemen.
Bembry would lead the way for the Hawks, notching a career-high 33 points on 10-for-18 shooting from the field and 10-for-11 shooting from the foul line. The sophomore star would tally 14 rebounds and four assists as well, as he continued to make a strong case for A-10 Player of the Year.
By: Kyle Babcock
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