The New Haven Chargers are set to host the American International Yellow Jackets in a penultimate home game at Hazell Athletic Center in West Haven, Conn. The game will also feature a ceremony honoring three members of the program who will complete their eligibility at the end of the season. The Chargers will rely on the leadership of Davontrey Thomas and the contributions of newcomers Jah'Likai King and Ethan Simmon, while the Yellow Jackets will look to Justice Ellison to lead them to a potential surge in the standings. New Haven holds a slight historical advantage in the series between the two teams, with the Chargers winning 35 of the previous 65 games.

By the Numbers
  • New Haven averages 14.8 points per game, with 54 of 124 field goals from long range for Davontrey Thomas.
  • Jah'Likai King leads the team with an average of 16.1 points per game, 65 assists, and 31 steals.
  • Ethan Simmon is third on the team, averaging 10.5 points per game and 3.8 rebounds per game.
  • American International averages 71.6 points per game and allows 75.2 points per game.
  • Justice Ellison leads the Yellow Jackets with an average of 20.8 points per game, 6.1 rebounds per game, and 28 steals.
State of Play
  • New Haven prepares for a crucial home game against American International, honoring departing players before the matchup.
  • American International aims to secure a higher position in the standings with a potential late surge as the regular season nears its end.
  • The series between New Haven and American International has been closely contested, with New Haven holding a 35-30 historical advantage.
What's Next

New Haven will travel to New Hampshire and New York for its next two games after hosting American International.