|Ryan Cook leads the conference in scoring.|
Canisius 75, at Stony Brook 82: Box/Recap
Central Conn. St. 77, at Hartford 80: Box/Recap/Highlights
New Hampshire 50, at Holy Cross 60: Box/Recap
Boston U. 45, at George Mason 48: Box/Recap/Highlights
Marywood 51, at Binghamton 76: Box/Recap
Sunday, Nov. 25
Siena 66, at Maine 72: Box/Recap
Stony Brook 62, at Connecticut 73: Box/Recap/Highlights
Mike Black and Jacob Lati are responsible for 48.5 percent of Albany's total scoring output through six games.
Binghamton's Jordan Reed has racked up a double-double in three of his four games this year, including 21 and 11 against Marywood.
Dom Morris recorded his third career double-double in Boston U.'s loss to George Mason.
Hartford scored 80 points in its win over CCSU, shooting 55 percent from the floor. It was the Hawks highest scoring total in
Xavier Pollard of Maine set an America East high for 2012-13 with 12 assists in the Black Bears' win over Siena.
UMBC is set to play Marquette tonight behind the America East's leading scorer, Ryan Cook (18.5 ppg).
New Hampshire is leading the conference with five blocked shots per game, thanks in part to Chris Pelcher (2.2 bpg).
Tommy Brenton had a steal and a dunk with 13:04 left in the game versus Connecticut to put Stony Brook up 39-35. Though the Seawolves would succumb to the Huskies, Brenton now has 13 steals on the year (2.2 per game).
Vermont's offense has been a balanced attack thus far, as no player is averaging double figures, but three are averaging more than nine points per contest. The Catamounts have had three leading scorers in four games.
Saturday, Nov. 24
|Ashleigh Roberts leads Maine in points per game.|
Vermont 61, at North Florida 64: Box/Recap
Dartmouth 49, at Albany 62: Box/Recap/Highlights
Siena 62, at Binghamton 44: Box/Recap
Boston U. 58, at Michigan 67: Box/Recap/Highlights
Sunday, Nov. 25
Cornell 56, at New Hampshire 59: Box/Recap
Stony Brook 59, at NJIT 34: Box/Recap
St. John's 66, at Hartford 54: Box/Recap/Highlights
Eastern 40, at UMBC 78: Box/Recap/Highlights
Megan Craig had a career-best 27 points in Albany's win over Dartmouth.
Jasbriell Swain continued her excellent rebounding from the guard position, hauling in eight boards as Binghamton fell to Siena.
Boston U. made 11 three-pointers in its loss to Michigan, the second-highest total in the conference this season. The Terriers lead the conference in three-point makes and percentage.
Hartford got within four points of No. 18/16 St. John's with just over five minutes to play before the Red Storm pulled away. The Hawks are 5-1 on the season.
Ashleigh Roberts of Maine has scored in double-figures four of the last five times out, including two 20-plus showings. Roberts is the conference's third leading scorer at 14 per game.
UMBC's 38-point margin of victory over Eastern was the largest in the America East this season. The Retrievers are scoring just over 65 points per contest.
After its victory over Cornell, New Hampshire is 4-0 all-time versus the Big Red. The Wildcats are also 11-2 in their last 13 home openers.
Stony Brook's Jessica Previlon has notched two straight double-doubles, including a 15 point, 10 rebound showing in a win over NJIT.
Tierra Shumpert scored a career-high 21 points as Vermont lost to North Florida and is now the Catamounts' leader scorer (11.2 ppg).
The Hartford men's basketball team paid a visit to a local children's hospital before Thanksgiving.
Stony Brook gave Connecticut a good game yesterday, but that's not enough for the Seawolves.
Before the Seawolves tangled with the Huskies on Sunday, the Hartford Courant took a look at the work Coach Pikiell is doing on Long Island.
Binghamton will face No. 1 Penn St. in the NCAA volleyball tournament.
Check out the newest episode of Vermont's Catamount Weekly.
Wagner at Albany, 7 p.m.
UMBC at Marquette, 8 p.m.