Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

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Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby bcbc55 » Sat Mar 09, 2019 8:47 pm

Anthony Lambs 34 points lead the Vermont Catamounts by the Maine BlackBears in Burlington in the quarter-final round oif the America East Mens Basketball Conference Tournament.

Vermont jumped out to quick 12-2 lead and were never challenged as they lead at the half 40-21.

Maine missed Andrew Fleming who missed his 4th game because of a wrist injury.

This was the third loss to Vermont this season losing at home 79-43 and on the road 86-63.

Maine shot the ball well today shooting 46.5% from the floor on 20-43 to VT's 28-45 for 52.0%.
Maine out shot VT for threes on 7 for 16 for 43.8% to VT's 8 for 20 for 40%.
Maine went 10-13 from the line for 76.9% and VT was 15-19 for 78.9%
Maine took 37.2% of there FGA's as 3's on 16 of 43, VT took 44.4% on 20 of 45.
Turnovers Maine 13 VT 10
Assists Maine 10 VT 11
Rebounds Maine 21 Vt 30
Fouls Maine 18 VT 14
Points in Paint Maine 22 VT 30
Points of Turnovers Maine 11 VT 18

Lamb with 34 lead VT and the only other player in double figures was E. Duncan with 14
White lead Maine with 18 and Eze added 12.

Maine ends season 4-27 against D-1 competition and 3-14 in AE PLay
Vermont is now 34-6 overall and 15-2 in conference play and move onto the AEC semi-finals to play Tuesday at home as Hartford who beat UMass-Lowell tonight in the same bracket semi-finals 78-70.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby MattyB » Sat Mar 09, 2019 10:15 pm

bcbc55 wrote:Anthony Lambs 34 points lead the Vermont Catamounts by the Maine BlackBears in Burlington in the quarter-final round oif the America East Mens Basketball Conference Tournament.

Vermont jumped out to quick 12-2 lead and were never challenged as they lead at the half 40-21.

Maine missed Andrew Fleming who missed his 4th game because of a wrist injury.

This was the third loss to Vermont this season losing at home 79-43 and on the road 86-63.

Maine shot the ball well today shooting 46.5% from the floor on 20-43 to VT's 28-45 for 52.0%.
Maine out shot VT for threes on 7 for 16 for 43.8% to VT's 8 for 20 for 40%.
Maine went 10-13 from the line for 76.9% and VT was 15-19 for 78.9%
Maine took 37.2% of there FGA's as 3's on 16 of 43, VT took 44.4% on 20 of 45.
Turnovers Maine 13 VT 10
Assists Maine 10 VT 11
Rebounds Maine 21 Vt 30
Fouls Maine 18 VT 14
Points in Paint Maine 22 VT 30
Points of Turnovers Maine 11 VT 18

Lamb with 34 lead VT and the only other player in double figures was E. Duncan with 14
White lead Maine with 18 and Eze added 12.

Maine ends season 4-27 against D-1 competition and 3-14 in AE PLay
Vermont is now 34-6 overall and 15-2 in conference play and move onto the AEC semi-finals to play Tuesday.


The University of Vermont men’s basketball team rolled the University of Maine on Saturday night in the America East quarterfinals, 73-57, at Patrick Gym.

America East Player of the Year Anthony Lamb led the way with 34 points in the blowout win while Ernie Duncan had 12 points.

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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby mainejeff » Sat Mar 09, 2019 10:47 pm

It's a wrap for 2018-2019.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby bcbc55 » Sun Mar 10, 2019 9:53 pm

mainejeff wrote:It's a wrap for 2018-2019.


"mj": Is that clear wrap where you can see directly right thru it?
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby hoopsisme » Sun Mar 10, 2019 11:23 pm

I was in attendance in Burlington for this game. Incredible atmosphere. Everything from the game management, band, etc. Was off the charts. The gym was absolutely packed. Students are on break there and they still filled it. Patrick gym is being replaced with a new multi million $$ arena. Maine should take some notes as to how things are done there. I dont mean that in a negative way but rather finding ways to have better interaction with fans and enhancing the overall experience.After the game players mingled with fans young and old. They were taking photos, autographing items, etc. Many fans with replica jerseys. This has been many years in the making and has been this way for awhile. Hoping sooner than later that the Bears host tourney games. Just bringing back players from injury will help a great deal.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby mainejeff » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:00 am

hoopsisme wrote:I was in attendance in Burlington for this game. Incredible atmosphere. Everything from the game management, band, etc. Was off the charts. The gym was absolutely packed. Students are on break there and they still filled it. Patrick gym is being replaced with a new multi million $$ arena. Maine should take some notes as to how things are done there. I dont mean that in a negative way but rather finding ways to have better interaction with fans and enhancing the overall experience.After the game players mingled with fans young and old. They were taking photos, autographing items, etc. Many fans with replica jerseys. This has been many years in the making and has been this way for awhile. Hoping sooner than later that the Bears host tourney games. Just bringing back players from injury will help a great deal.


The women have interacted with their fans for years.....before and after the game. I'm sure Barron is or will do similar things with the men's program.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby thebam » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:04 am

One of 2 things will need to happen. The first, Maine fans need to not be so blatantly fair weather and actually go support the program, or the more likely option, Barron gets the program turned around ( this will upset a lot of haters but it's coming) and the they start winning a lot and the fair weather fans suddenly do more than just wear tee shirts.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby bcbc55 » Mon Mar 11, 2019 12:00 pm

thebam wrote:One of 2 things will need to happen. The first, Maine fans need to not be so blatantly fair weather and actually go support the program, or the more likely option, Barron gets the program turned around ( this will upset a lot of haters but it's coming) and the they start winning a lot and the fair weather fans suddenly do more than just wear tee shirts.


"thebam": Got 2 more years to at least go 17-15 as he did with the women after 2 win seasons of 4 and 6 3rd year 17-15 the big turn around year and then two consecutive 20 win seasons, but it took Coach Vachon to get them to the big dance. UMaine men and Barron have something in common they have never been to the BIG Dance while at Maine.

She did it in 1 plus seasons and he has been at Maine coaching 6 plus seasons.

I give him until third year and has to be at least 17-15 to make me convinced he was the right man for the ob without having a national search and then if he was the best candidate than so be it.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby parquetfloor » Mon Mar 11, 2019 12:10 pm

bcbc55 wrote:
thebam wrote:One of 2 things will need to happen. The first, Maine fans need to not be so blatantly fair weather and actually go support the program, or the more likely option, Barron gets the program turned around ( this will upset a lot of haters but it's coming) and the they start winning a lot and the fair weather fans suddenly do more than just wear tee shirts.


"thebam": Got 2 more years to at least go 17-15 as he did with the women after 2 win seasons of 4 and 6 3rd year 17-15 the big turn around year and then two consecutive 20 win seasons, but it took Coach Vachon to get them to the big dance. UMaine men and Barron have something in common they have never been to the BIG Dance while at Maine.

She did it in 1 plus seasons and he has been at Maine coaching 6 plus seasons.

I give him until third year and has to be at least 17-15 to make me convinced he was the right man for the ob without having a national search and then if he was the best candidate than so be it.


3 years? That's it? To build a friggin Div I basketball from a pile of dung. SMFH.

And please...giving Vachon all that credit when she got to the tourney with Barron's players? She has done a great job, no doubt, but the "she did it in 1 plus seasons" is crap. However, taking over the women's program for where it was to taking over the men's program where it was are 2 entirely different things.
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Re: Final: Lamb's 34pts leads Vermont by Maine 73-57

Postby hoopsisme » Mon Mar 11, 2019 12:20 pm

Agreed that the Maine women do the player, fan interaction as well. Patrick gym has a buzz to it that is hard to describe. It's like Mardi gras. Fans sit right on top of the court. New arena in 2 gears. Gotta wonder if that will change the noise level and environment.
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