Category: Men’s Basketball

UNH secures No. 3 seed in America East Tournament

LOWELL, MA – University of New Hampshire (UNH) men’s basketball (10-8, 9-6) locked up the No. 3 seed in the America East Tournament with a win over UMass Lowell (8-11, 7-8) in their regular season finale. UNH was able to squeak out a two-point win in the final seconds against the same team that stole home court advantage from the Wildcats a season ago in the final game. The team has now secured a first-round bye and will host a playoff pod in Durham with No. 6 UMass Lowell and No. 7 Stony Brook (9-13, 7-9).

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Martinez becoming a star for the Wildcats

DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire men’s basketball (9-8, 8-6) played in their seventh consecutive weekend and split their third straight series after going 1-1 against the UMass Lowell Riverhawks (7-9, 6-6). Fatigue has appeared to set in for the Wildcats as they let game one slip away by a final of 74-69. The team was able to salvage the weekend, however, by pulling ahead late on Saturday afternoon to win 74-63.

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Martinez notches fifth double-double in OT win

VESTAL, N.Y. – Much of the standing within the America East Conference remains up in the air as the season is about to hit its final stretch before the conference tournament. University of New Hampshire (UNH) men’s basketball (8-7, 7-5) had yet another opportunity to take a leap and solidify themselves in the top half of the America East. The Wildcats, however, failed to take care of business on a trip to the last place Binghamton Bearcats (2-13, 2-10).

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Wildcats split with UAlbany, squanders opportunity to jump in standings

DURHAM, N.H. – After sweeping Stony Brook (7-7, 4-2 America East) last weekend in a series that was going to begin to dictate the direction of the Wildcats’ (7-6, 6-4 AE) season, University of New Hampshire men’s basketball had an opportunity to jump into the top-three of the America East standings. UNH welcomed UAlbany (4-6, 4-4 AE) into Lundholm Gymnasium for a date with the Great Danes as the conference standings remain in flux.

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