Vermont leads 29-27 over the Wildcats after one quarter, with the potential to bump their record up to 20-6, while New Hamp. might have to settle for a 14-10 record unless they turn things around. Both teams will face off in an America East battle at 7:00 p.m. ET at Roy L Patrick Gymnasium.

By the Numbers
  • Vermont is 9-1 against the Wildcats since January 2018.
  • Vermont has won ten of their last 11 games this season.
State of Play
  • Vermont is a big 9-point favorite against New Hamp.
  • The Catamounts have made nailing deep shots look easy this season, averaging 8.8 threes per game.
  • New Hamp. has been averaging 9.2 threes per game.
Bottom Line

Vermont leads the match 29-27 at halftime and has a chance to extend their successful record against the Wildcats, who will need to turn things around to avoid a loss.