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AEC Ranking
 1. Vermont 16-0(27-5) 
 2. Stony Brook 12-4(18-12) 
 3. Albany 10-6(20-12) 
 4. New Hampshire 10-6(20-11) 
 5. UMBC 9-7(18-12) 
 6. Mass.-Lowell 5-11(11-0) 
 7. Hartford 4-12(9-23) 
 8. Binghamton 3-13(12-20) 
 9. Maine 3-13(7-25) 

AEC Women 2016-2017
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Player of the Year: Trae Bell-Haynes (Photo: Vermont)

Points Per Game
 Jalen ROSS
  Avg: 19.9
 1. Ross, Hartford19.9 
 2. Lyles, UMBC18.9 
 3. Thomas, Mass.-Lo.18.3 
 4. Nichols, Albany18.1 
 5. Leissner, New H.17.1 
 6. Myers, Maine16.9 
 7. Cremo, Albany16.2 
 8. Darley, UMBC15.9 
 9. Smith, New H.15.8 
 10. Woodhouse, Stony B.15.1 
Rebounds Per Game
  New H.
  Avg: 9.2
 1. Camara, New H.9.2 
 2. Thomas, Mass.-Lo.9.0 
 3. Leissner, New H.6.9 
 4. Attia, Hartford6.6 
 5. Fleming, Maine6.5 
 6. Smith, New H.6.4 
 7. Lyles, UMBC6.4 
 8. Stire, Albany6.2 
 9. Sturdivant, Stony B.5.5 
 10. Rodriguez, Bingh.5.5 
Assists Per Game
  Stony B.
  Avg: 5.1
 1. Woodhouse, Stony B.5.1 
 2. Thomas, Mass.-Lo.4.6 
 3. Smith, New H.4.3 
 4. Maura, UMBC4.1 
 5. Bell-Haynes, Vermo.3.8 
 6. Cremo, Albany3.8 
 7. Rose, Binghamton3.6 
 8. Nichols, Albany3.2 
 9. Jones, Mass.-Lo.3.0 
 10. Bernstein, Maine2.9 
Steals Per Game
 Kevin MAURA
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Maura, UMBC1.9 
 2. Lyles, UMBC1.7 
 3. Thomas, Mass.-Lo.1.6 
 4. Dunne, Hartford1.3 
 5. Nichols, Albany1.3 
 6. Ross, Hartford1.3 
 7. Beck, Binghamton1.2 
 8. Bell-Haynes, Vermo.1.2 
 9. Cremo, Albany1.1 
 10. Myers, Maine1.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Hassan ATTIA
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Attia, Hartford2.2 
 2. Lamb, Vermont1.2 
 3. Bruce, Binghamton1.0 
 4. Schwietz, UMBC0.9 
 5. Payen, Vermont0.8 
 6. Gerrity, UMBC0.8 
 7. Fleming, Maine0.7 
 8. Urquhart, Vermont0.7 
 9. Nyama, Stony Brook0.6 
 10. Myers, Maine0.6 

Vermont Tops Albany to Complete Perfect Season, Wins 6th AEHoops Title (Photo: AEC)

University of Vermont 2016-17
John Becker John Becker Becker
Payton Henson
Kurt Steidl
Trae Bell-Haynes
Ernie Duncan
Anthony Lamb
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
35  Henson Payton 203 (6'8'') F 94 USA
34  Steidl Kurt 198 (6'6'') G/F 0 USA
2  Bell-Haynes Trae 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
20  Duncan Ernie 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
3  Lamb Anthony 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
25  Urquhart Drew 203 (6'8'') F 96 Canada
24  Wills Dre 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
12  Payen Darren 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
14  Ward Cam 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
21  Duncan Everett 198 (6'6'') G 0 USA
44  Rohrer Nate 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
0  Shungu Ben 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
15  Dalyrimple Kian 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
32  Speidel Josh 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
1  Hearlihy Josh 203 (6'8'') G/F 93 USA
5  Dingba Sam 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
4  Urso David 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: John Becker
Coach Assistant: Ryan Schneider
Coach Assistant: Hamlet Tibbs

Vermont Tops Albany to Complete Perfect Season, Wins 6th AEHoops Title - Mar 12, 2017

Vermont's perfect America East basketball season is complete. Payton Henson (6'8''-F-94)'s three-point play with just 39 seconds remaining lifted the top-seeded Catamounts over third-seeded Albany, 56-53, in the America East men's basketball championship game Saturday in front of a sold out crowd on their home court to finish their season 19-0 against conference foes and win their sixth America East championship in school history.
Vermont (29-5), which has won its six titles since 2006, overcame a nine-point second half deficit to post its 21st-straight victory, the longest win streak in the country.
Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) became the first freshman to ever earn Reggie Lewis Most Outstanding Player honors after posting a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds. He averaged 19.7 points and 7.0 rebounds over the three games.
Lamb was joined on the All-Championship team by Henson, who scored a game-high 17 points Saturday, and teammate Dre Wills (6'1''-G), the league's Defensive Player of the Year, who contributed 10.7 points and 4.3 rebounds, in the tournament. Albany's David Nichols, who averaged 24.3 points per game in the playoffs, and Joe Cremo (6'4''-G-96) rounded out the selections.
Vermont, winner of two NCAA tournament games all-time, will learn its NCAA draw during the selection show Sunday at 5:30 p.m. on CBS.
Albany (21-13) is one of five America East teams that could play in the postseason next week.

Inside the Game
Vermont jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead on three-pointers by Anthony Lamb and Payton Henson, but Albany scored nine of the game's next 12 points to tie the game 9-9.
Albany took its first lead at 17-15 on a three-pointer by David Nichols with 10:23 left but Vermont went on a 7-0 run to take a 22-17 advantage.
The game was tied 27-27 at halftime.
Albany scored nine of the second half's first 11 points and took a 36-29 on Joe Cremo's three with 16:15 left in the half.
Nichols' layup with 8:46 gave Albany its largest lead, 47-38
Vermont countered with a 10-1 run capped by a Kurt Steidl three with 4:37 left that tied the game.
The game was still tied when Henson converted his three-point play with 39 seconds left that gave Vermont a lead it would not relinquish.

By the Numbers
Albany shot 39.6 percent from the floor while Vermont shot 33.3 percent, 16.7 percent below its season average.
Vermont committed just five turnovers, tied for the fourth fewest in an America East playoff game.
Vermont blocked nine shots, a championship game record.
Henson's 17 points came on 5-of-8 shooting.
Travis Charles led Albany with 16 points off the bench on 6-of-7 shooting.

Historical Perspective
Vermont's sixth conference championship ties Boston University for the second-most in conference history.
John Becker improved to 12-4 all-time in championship play and won his second title.
Albany's loss was its first-ever championship game defeat in its sixth game.

Courtesy of America East

AEC Tournament Final: Vermont - Albany 56-53
AEC Tournament Semifinals:
Albany - Stony Brook 63-56
Vermont - New Hampshire 74-41

All-AEC Awards 2017 - Mar 12, 2017

All-AEC 1st Team 2017
David Nichols
Jahad Thomas
Tanner Leissner
Lucas Woodhouse
Trae Bell-Haynes

All-Tournament MVP: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
Player of the Year: Trae Bell-Haynes (6'2''-G) of Vermont
Defensive Player of the Year: Dre Wills (6'1''-G) of Vermont
Rookie of the Year: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
Sixth Man of the Year: Darren Payen (6'8''-F) of Vermont
Coach of the Year: John Becker of Vermont

1st Team
PG: David Nichols (6'0''-PG-96) of Albany
G/F: Jahad Thomas (6'2''-G/F) of Mass.-Lowell
F: Tanner Leissner (6'7''-F-95) of New Hampshire
G: Lucas Woodhouse (6'3''-G) of Stony Brook
G: Trae Bell-Haynes (6'2''-G) of Vermont

2nd Team
G: Joe Cremo (6'4''-G-96) of Albany
G: Will Darley (6'8''-G-94) of UMBC
G: Jairus Lyles (6'2''-G-95) of UMBC
G: Jaleen Smith (6'4''-G-94) of New Hampshire
F: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont

3rd Team
PG: Jalen Ross (6'0''-PG-93) of Hartford
PG: Daniel Dion (6'0''-PG-95) of New Hampshire
F: Tyrell Sturdivant (6'7''-F-95) of Stony Brook
G: Ernie Duncan (6'3''-G) of Vermont
F: Payton Henson (6'8''-F-94) of Vermont

All-Defensive Team
F: Devonte Campbell (6'6''-F) of Albany
F: Thomas Bruce (6'9''-F) of Binghamton
PG: Kevin Maura (5'8''-PG) of UMBC
G/F: Roland Nyama (6'6''-G/F-93) of Stony Brook
G: Dre Wills (6'1''-G) of Vermont

All-Tournament Team
F: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
F: Payton Henson (6'8''-F-94) of Vermont
G: Dre Wills (6'1''-G) of Vermont
G: Joe Cremo (6'4''-G-96) of Albany
PG: David Nichols (6'0''-PG-96) of Albany

All-Rookie Team
F: Andrew Fleming (6'7''-F) of Maine
G/F: Arkel Lamar (6'5''-G/F) of UMBC
G: Rinardo Perry (6'4''-G) of Mass.-Lowell
G/F: Akwasi Yeboah (6'6''-G/F-97) of Stony Brook
F: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont

All-Academic Team
G: Joe Cremo (6'4''-G-96) of Albany
PG: David Nichols (6'0''-PG-96) of Albany
F: Mike Rowley (6'8''-F-94) of Albany
G: John Rinaldi (6'2''-G-94) of Binghamton
PG: Ryan Bernstein (6'0''-PG-96) of Maine
G: Joe Sherburne (6'6''-G) of UMBC
G/F: Bryan Sekunda (6'6''-G/F-95) of Stony Brook


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