|Albany's Jacob Iati.|
Saturday, Dec. 8
Binghamton 56, at Bryant 78
Yale 56, at New Hampshire 64
Albany 67, at Colgate 61
Vermont 53, at Quinnipiac 46
Sunday, Dec. 9
Maine 59, at Florida St. 91
Hartford 69, at Fairleigh Dickinson 59
UMBC 66, at Norfolk St. 83
Albany has now won five-straight games, averaging 72.4 points per game over that span. The Great Danes have not scored fewer than 60 points in any game this season.
Jimmy Gray and Jordan Reed are being relied upon heavily by Binghamton, as the two average 34.5 and 34 minutes per game, respectively.
Boston U. continues to be effective from downtown this season, as the Terriers lead the conference with 8.9 made three's per game.
Yolonzo Moore II made 13 free throws yesterday as a part of his 27-point showing in Hartford's win over Fairleigh Dickinson.
Justin Edwards led Maine in scoring for the sixth time this season over the weekend. He is averaging 16.3 points per game.
Brett Roseboro has been consistent for UMBC lately, averaging 14 points over his last five games.
New Hampshire's Ferg Myrick turned in his second 20 plus point performance in his last four games in a win over Yale. Myrick went for 24 and 11 to notch his second double-double of the year.
Defense continues to be a strong point for Stony Brook this year, as it is giving up just 59.6 points per game on the year. Not coincidentally, the Seawolves are 5-0 when giving up fewer than 60 points.
Brian Voelkel scored in double-figures for the first time this season as Vermont beat Quinnipiac on the road. His 14 points and 10 rebounds were good for his sixth career double-double.
Friday, Dec. 7
|Maine's Liz Wood|
Hampton 81, at UMBC 36
Saturday, Dec. 8
Rhode Island 51, at Maine 38
Stony Brook 58, at Fordham 46
Albany 65, at Canisius 43
Binghamton 65, at Buffalo 60
Boston U. 62, at Marist 56
Sunday Dec. 9
Hartford 67, at Dartmouth 50
Central Connecticut St. 43, at New Hampshire 32
Lindsay Lowrie had seven three-pointers in Albany's win over Canisius this weekend, a single-game high for the America East this year.
Four Binghamton scorers reached double-digits as the Bearcats notched their first win of the season.
Boston U. beat a Marist squad in Poughkeepsie on Saturday that is 105-14 at home since the 2003-04 season. Needless to say, a very impressive victory.
After its win versus Dartmouth yesterday, Hartford is now 7-0 when holding its opponent under 45 percent shooting from the field.
Liz Wood led Maine in rebounding for the third straight game as the Black Bears fell to Rhode Island.
UMBC's three wins this season have all come when the Retrievers score 70 or more points.
Kaylee Kilpatrick notched a career-high 11 boards for New Hampshire yesterday.
After winning just four games all of last season, Stony Brook is now 5-3 on the year after winning four of its last five contests.
Vermont leads the conference in offensive rebounding, grabbing 16.1 per game.
The Albany Times Union took a look at the superb shooting of guard Jacob Iati after the Great Danes most recent victory.
BU Today has a great feature on women's basketball senior Chantell Alford, and ESPN's Graham Hays talks about the Terriers' impressive road win over Marist.
Scotland native Alasdair Fraser is, as the Maine Campus tells it, fulfilling a dream by playing for the Black Bears.
The latest episode of Catamount Weekly includes a recap of the reunion for the '91-'92 and '92-'93 women's basketball teams from Vermont.
Seven America East men's soccer standouts were named to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region team.
Three women's games on tap tonight, as Binghamton hosts Niagara, Boston U. hosts Harvard and Maine visits Bryant. All three games will start at 7 p.m. Scroll to the bottom of the Graham Hays article we linked up above for a preview of tonight's big matchup between the Terriers and the Crimson.