Vermont's Shamir Bogues led a stunning 20-point comeback against UMBC with a season-high of 23 points, securing a 72-70 victory on the road at Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena.

By the Numbers
  • The 20-point comeback marks UVM's fourth double-digit comeback of the season.
  • Coach Becker secured his 299th victory at Vermont.
  • Bogues outscored UMBC 10-9 in the final four minutes, contributing 12 of his 23 points in the second half.
  • Bogues made 10-of-14 field goals, including 2-of-3 from long range, and added two assists, one steal, and one block.
  • TJ Hurley also scored 11 points and secured five rebounds, while TJ Long registered a career-high 11 rebounds, nine of which were on the defensive end.
State of Play
  • Vermont's victory places them at 19-6, 9-1 in the AE, while UMBC stands at 7-18, 2-8 in the AE.
  • Vermont led for only 1 minute and 17 seconds, with UMBC in front for 37 minutes and 24 seconds.
  • UVM will donate $100 to the Vermont Children's Trust Foundation after the win, part of the Cats Win, Community Wins initiative.
What's Next

Vermont will host New Hampshire on Thursday at Patrick Gym, with the game broadcasting live on ESPN+ and an international stream available on AmericaEast.TV.

Bottom Line

Shamir Bogues' performance, leading a remarkable 20-point comeback, secured Vermont's 72-70 victory against UMBC, showcasing the team's resilience and continuing their strong run in the season.