NCAA Basketball

Stony Brook Seawolves (17-12)


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@ Hart 
W 66-54
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vs. Bing 
W 76-55
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@ UMBC 
L 52-65
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@ Ver 
L 51-66
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Vermont beats Stony Brook 66-51, goes 16-0 in America East

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) Freshman Anthony Lamb scored 19 points as Vermont completed an undefeated America East Conference season by thumping second-place Stony Brook, 66-51 on Saturday afternoon's Senior Day.

The Catamounts won their 18th consecutive game to extend the second-longest win streak in Division I, behind only No. 1 Gonzaga, and became the first team in conference history to complete a 16-0 season.

Vermont clinched the No. 1 seed into the conference tournament with Wednesday's victory over Albany.

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Leaders
Points: L. Woodhouse14.5
Rebounds: T. Sturdivant5.7
Assists: L. Woodhouse5.3
FG%: No qualifiers
FT%: L. Woodhouse90.3%
3P%: L. Woodhouse43.9%
Steals: L. Woodhouse1.2
Blocks: R. Nyama0.6
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kansas27-3
2 Villanova27-3
3 UCLA26-3
4 Gonzaga29-1
5 North Carolina25-6
6 Oregon26-4
7 Arizona26-4
8 Louisville23-6
9 Kentucky24-5
10 West Virginia23-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kansas27-3
2 Villanova27-3
2 UCLA26-3
4 Gonzaga29-1
5 North Carolina25-6
6 Oregon26-4
7 Louisville23-6
8 Arizona26-4
9 Kentucky24-5
10 West Virginia23-7
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America East Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Vermont 16-0 26-5
Stony Brook 12-4 17-12
New Hampshire 10-6 19-11
Albany 10-6 19-12
UMBC 9-7 18-11
Massachusetts-Lowell 5-11 11-20
Hartford 4-12 9-22
Binghamton 3-13 12-19
Maine 3-13 7-24
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 69.7 (262)
Rebounds: 10.9 (148)
Assists: 12.4 (259)
FG%: 40.7% (324)
FT%: 72.5% (105)
3P%: 33.6% (252)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 69.3 (102)
Rebounds: 23.4 (305)
Assists: 11.3 (41)
FG%: 44.5% (218)
FT%: 69.5% (140)
3P%: 38.0% (317)
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