Vermont Catamounts, led by Shamir Bogues, secured a hard-fought 68-57 victory on the road against Maine, clinching a top-four spot in the America East Playoffs. Associate head coach Ryan Schneider filled in for the ailing head coach John Becker, commending the team's defensive resilience. The game saw Vermont's early lead, a brief Maine resurgence, and ultimately Vermont's control in the second half to secure the win.

By the Numbers
  • Vermont shot 44.7% from the field, while holding Maine to 36.8% shooting
  • Shamir Bogues led Vermont with 21 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists
  • Vermont Mutual Insurance Group will donate $100 to Vermont Children's Trust Foundation for the win
State of Play
  • Vermont secures a top-four spot in the America East Playoffs with the victory
  • The team showcased defensive resilience and offensive prowess, leading to a hard-fought road win
What's Next

Vermont will visit conference foe UAlbany on February 22 for their next game at Broadview Center.

Bottom Line

Vermont's hard-fought road win and Bogues' standout performance have secured their spot in the playoffs, demonstrating resilience and skill in the face of adversity.