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Stony Brook Seawolves vs Vermont Catamounts Betting Matchup Report

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March 10, 11:00 AM | Stony Brook Sports Complex

Vermont Catamounts vs Stony Brook Seawolves Odds

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The Seawolves hope to be lousy hosts on Saturday as the Vermont Catamounts pay a visit to Stony Brook Sports Complex on the college basketball betting menu.

It's a game in the America East Tournament, which will decide the conference title, not to mention deciding which teams make the Field of 68.

The Seawolves bring a 22-8 record (2-2 ATS) to this tilt against the 22-11 Catamounts, who are 2-1 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have witnessed Stony Brook go 3-1 so far and the Catamounts go 2-1.

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Betting Line:
The visitors opened as 3.5-point underdogs in this one at most sportsbooks tracked at Odds Shark.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
It's a betting matchup between the No. 125-rated Seawolves and the No. 88-ranked Catamounts, according to the latest pro hoops power rankings here at Odds Shark. Prediction formulas run on this game indicate a possible 72-71 result in favor of the Seawolves.


How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up Stony Brook's No. 190 nationally ranked offense (67.4 points per game) against a Catamounts defense that sits as the No. 32 at 61 PPG. The Seawolves have been averaging 43.3% from the field, less than the Catamounts have managed so far this season (44.4% on average).

Defensively, Vermont features the nation's No. 18-rated defense on the road, allowing 61.3 points per game. Stony Brook, meanwhile, comes in at No. 190 nationally in scoring at home.

Vermont was a 77-73 winner in their most recent outing at home against Hartford. They failed to cover the 9.5-point spread as favorites. The Hawks got 18 points from Andres Torres, but it was Vermont that prevailed in a 77-73 final on Sunday at Reich Family Pavilion.

In their last action, Stony Brook was a 57-55 winner at home against Albany. They failed to cover the 4-point spread as favorites. Stony Brook got 15 points from Bryan Dougher en route to a 57-55 victory over Albany on Sunday at Reich Family Pavilion.