Vermont 71 New Hampshire 58

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    Vermont 71 New Hampshire 58

    All locked up at the half, the Catamounts went on a 14-1 run and never looked back as they win their 33rd straight American East game. Leading Vermont(22-5, 12-0 Conf) was,Cam Ward(Marshall, WI) with 14 points and 7 rebounds.Drew Urquhart(Vancouver B.C.) had 13 points and 8 rebounds. For New Hampshire(10-17, 6-7 Conf) high scorers with 12 apiece were,Tanner Leissner(Converse, TX) and John Ogwuche(Makurdi, Nigeria) Iba Camara(Dakar, Senegal) had 10 boards and 8 points.
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    33 straight conference wins is impressive. Vermont looks like a dangerous 12/13 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

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    They deserve at least a 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newarkcatholicfan View Post
    They deserve at least a 10.
    Lets not get ahead of ourselves. Kenpom has them at 58, Massey at 64, and Sagarin at 73. They've had a great year (or two or three in truth) but the America East Conference is a bottom-third league. Vermont is a terrific team and could cause trouble in the first round of the tournament, but this team isn't anything higher than a 12 and most likely a 13.

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    Meanwhile at D2 Ky Wesleyan, Branden Hatton has started 13 of 25 games and is averaging 12.1 PPG.

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