The start of the America East tournament was defined by a major stunner in Albany as the Hartford Hawks dethroned the three-time tournament champion Great Danes. Continue reading “America East Quarterfinal Recap – Hartford’s Stunner”
It seems adversity has been finding Vermont every step of the way this season. Continue reading “Transformed Vermont Still Leans On Ethan O’Day”
Stony Brook enters a place where they have yet to win a regular season game since 2010 on Saturday at Vermont, but they will be boasting the nation’s longest win streak. Continue reading “Vermont Senior Ethan O’Day Ready For Stony Brook Matchup”
2015 ended so well for Harvard: The Crimson won four of their final six games, with only close losses to the likely #1 and #2 in tomorrow’s national rankings. November’s struggles were a distant memory, and they looked ready to challenge for yet another Ivy League title. Continue reading “Vermont 65, Harvard 62: Setbacks Plague Crimson”
Not even the debut of Gio McLean could lift Quinnipiac to their first win of the young season. Continue reading “Gio McLean’s Debut Not Enough To Get Quinnipiac Past Vermont”
Senior Ethan O’Day has always enjoyed seeing his teammates succeed, whether it be in high school, AAU or prep school. Continue reading “Ethan O’Day Grows Into Senior Leader For Vermont”
Vermont remained perfect on Long Island with an 85-81 victory at Hofstra Wednesday evening in the opening round of the College Basketball Invitational tournament. The Catamounts placed five players in double figures in the balanced attack.
Stony Brook coach Steve Pikiell looked like he was reenacting Kevin Bacon’s role at the end of Animal House midway through the first half of Sunday afternoon’s America East semifinal at Patrick Gym.
Ethan O’Day had just gotten a breakaway dunk of a Brandon Hatton steal to complete a 7-0 run that put the Catamounts up 23-9. One of the best crowds in all of mid-major college basketball was screaming and Pikiell’s team had already used three of its allotted five time outs, so all he could do is wave his hand and say “Go!” to his team, which they likely couldn’t have heard anyway.
The first half of basketball had to be one of the worst displays Vermont head coach John Becker has seen all season, if not in his four year tenure with the Catamounts. Continue reading “Vermont Refuses To Hit A Wall In Comeback Win At Stony Brook”
After starting America East play 3-0 for the second straight season, Vermont will get a rare respite with their final non-conference game against Dartmouth. Continue reading “Vermont Looks To Develop More Options In Final Non-Conference Date”