With its national ranking seemingly at stake, No.19 Massachusetts will look to put a frustrating loss behind it Saturday when the team plays at Saint Joseph's. The Minutemen lost their second straight road game Wednesday at St. Bonaventure, the type of a game they should win if they have aspirations of doing anything meaningful in March. "I think everybody can see we're not playing as well as we could be, but we're going to right the ship," head coach Derek Kellogg told the media after his team got outrebounded 45-35 and committed 17 turnovers in the loss. "We're going to play well. I don't know what that is going to lead to, but we're going to play well and play tough."The Hawks have won five of six since losing at Massachusetts on Jan.8, and the winner of this game will remain two games behind unbeaten Saint Louis in the Atlantic 10 standings. Langston Galloway, who leads the team in scoring at 17.2 points per game, hit a 3-pointer off the glass with 1.6 seconds left to carry the Hawks to a victory over Dayton on Wednesday. "Everybody knew they wanted me to have the ball, so they ran the play for me," Galloway told the media. "I came off of that second screen, I saw my man backing up and I knew I had an inch. That's all I needed to get a shot off."TV: 6 p.m. ET, CBS Sports NetworkABOUT MASSACHUSETTS (17-3, 4-2 Atlantic 10): Senior point guard Chaz Williams, who struggled with foul trouble against St. Bonaventure, was the difference in the first meeting, scoring eight points in the final six minutes as the Minutemen erased a nine-point deficit. In the most recent game, Williams went 3-of-10 from the field and had 11 points and six assists, but was clearly agitated by St. Bonaventure's aggressive defense. "They did a good job on him," Kellogg said. "He did get a little frustrated. We just have to play through those bumps and grinds when we get in there. When you knock his headband off, though, I think he gets a little frazzled."ABOUT SAINT JOSEPH'S (14-6, 4-2): Halil Kanacevic had eight points and 11 rebounds against Dayton to surpass 1,000 points and 900 rebounds in his career, which included his freshman season at Hofstra. The victory was the second on the road in conference play for the Hawks, who have won five of their last six games overall. "We worked hard for 40 minutes and we worked hard for two days prior to those 40 minutes getting ready for Dayton," head coach Phil Martelli said. "Certainly, we've had them go the other way against us. Road wins are a really big deal."TIP-INS1. The 2003-04 Saint Joseph's squad, which went 27-0 in the regular season and advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament, will be honored prior to the game.2. The Hawks will host No.21 Saint Louis on Tuesday in their only meeting of the season.3. The Minutemen have won four of the last five meetings and lead the series 34-29.PREDICTION: Massachusetts 67, Saint Joseph's 64