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AEC Ranking
 1 Vermont 14-2(24-6) 
 2 Stony Brook 12-4(24-7) 
 3 UMBC 11-5(19-12) 
 4 Hartford 10-6(17-14) 
 5 Mass.-Lowell 7-9(15-16) 
 6 Albany 7-9(12-19) 
 7 Binghamton 5-11(9-22) 
 8 New Hampshire 3-13(5-24) 
 9 Maine 3-13(5-26) 

AEC Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Anthony LAMB
  Avg: 21.1
 1. Lamb, Vermont21.1 
 2. Lutete, Mass.-Lo.18.7 
 3. Sessoms, Bingh.17.8 
 4. Yeboah, Stony Brook16.6 
 5. Lynch, Hartford16.6 
 6. Healy, Albany16.0 
 7. Clark, Albany15.7 
 8. Carroll, Hartford14.6 
 9. Noel, Mass.-Lowell14.6 
 10. Blagojevic, Hartf.14.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Anthony LAMB
  Avg: 7.8
 1. Lamb, Vermont7.8 
 2. Yeboah, Stony Brook7.8 
 3. Lutete, Mass.-Lo.7.6 
 4. Blagojevic, Hartf.7.5 
 5. Stewart, Bingh.7.0 
 6. Fleming, Maine7.0 
 7. Carroll, Hartford6.8 
 8. Barnard, Bingh.6.4 
 9. Lulka, Albany6.4 
 10. Olaniyi, Stony Brook5.9 
Assists Per Game
 Ahmad CLARK
  Avg: 4.3
 1. Clark, Albany4.3 
 2. Lynch, Hartford3.8 
 3. Cornish, Stony B.3.5 
 4. Dunne, Hartford3.5 
 5. Sessoms, Bingh.3.5 
 6. K.J. Jackson UM.3.1 
 7. Fleming, Maine3.1 
 8. El-Darwich, Maine3.0 
 9. Sherburne, UMBC3.0 
 10. Gantz, Mass.-Lo.3.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.3
 1. K.J. Jackson UM.2.3 
 2. Lynch, Hartford2.1 
 3. Clark, Albany2.0 
 4. Lamar, UMBC1.5 
 5. White, Maine1.4 
 6. Moss, Maine1.3 
 7. El-Darwich, Maine1.3 
 8. Noel, Mass.-Lowell1.3 
 9. Dunne, Hartford1.2 
 10. Fleming, Maine1.2 
Blocks Per Game
  Stony B.
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Otchere, Stony B.2.3 
 2. Lamb, Vermont2.0 
 3. Stewart, Bingh.1.7 
 4. Barnard, Bingh.1.5 
 5. Blagojevic, Hartf.0.9 
 6. Gantz, Mass.-Lo.0.8 
 7. Martinez, New H.0.8 
 8. Fleming, Maine0.8 
 9. Dingba, Vermont0.8 
 10. De-Sousa, Albany0.7 

Lamb's Dominance Leads Vermont to 7th #AEHoops Title (Photo: AEC)

University of Vermont 2018-19
John Becker John Becker Becker
Stefan Smith
Ernie Duncan
Anthony Lamb
Ra Kpedi
Davis Ryan
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
0  Smith Stefan 185 (6'1'') G 99 Canada
20  Duncan Ernie 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
3  Lamb Anthony 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
15  Kpedi Ra 206 (6'9'') F 0 USA
35  Ryan Davis 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
21  Duncan Everett 198 (6'6'') G 0 USA
24  Shungu Ben 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
5  Dingba Samuel 196 (6'5'') F 0 Cameroon
32  Speidel Josh 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
12  Patella Bailey 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
14  Moll Isaiah 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
1  Nash Skyler 198 (6'6'') G 0 USA
44  Lorenzo Jake 213 (7'0'') C 0 USA
4  Duncan Robin 196 (6'5'') G 0 USA
25  Kevin Garrison 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
Head Coach: John Becker
Coach Assistant: Ryan Schneider
Coach Assistant: Hamlet Tibbs

Lamb's Dominance Leads Vermont to 7th #AEHoops Title - Mar 17, 2019

BURLINGTON, Vt. - For the second time in three years and the seventh time in program history, Vermont is the America East men's basketball champion. Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) scored a game-high 28 points to lift the top-seeded Catamounts to a 66-49 win over third-seeded UMBC in the league title game Saturday at Vermont's Patrick Gym.
Vermont (27-6) used an 11-0 second-half run and held UMBC (21-13) to just 49 points, its second-lowest output of the season. The win gives the Catamounts its seventh title in the last 17 seasons.
Lamb, who added nine rebounds to his 28 points, was named the tournament's Reggie Lewis Most Outstanding Player. He averaged 26.7 points 6.0 rebounds over the three tournament games. He was joined on the All-Championship team by teammate Stefan Smith (6'1''-G-99), UMBC's K.J. Jackson (6'2''-G-98) and Joe Sherburne (6'6''-F) and Hartford's J.R. Lynch (5'10''-PG). Sherburne, a graduate student with a perfect 4.00 GPA, was the men's basketball Elite 18 honoree.
The Catamounts will learn their NCAA draw during the selection show, which will be televised nationally on CBS Sunday at 6 p.m.

The Nitty Gritty
Lamb scored 12 of Vermont's first 16 points as they jumped out to a 16-7 advantage midway through the first half.
While Vermont went nearly six minutes without a field goal, UMBC trimmed the deficit to four at 18-14 on Brandon Horvath (6'10''-F)'s layup with 7:02 left in the first half.
Vermont scored eight of the next 11 points and took a 28-20 lead into the locker room at halftime.
After UMBC scored the first three points of the second half and held Vermont off the scoreboard for the first 2:36 of the stanza, Lamb hit one of his three three-pointers to kick start an 11-0 Catamount run, which was key to the victory.
The Catamounts grew their lead to as many as 19 and never trailed by fewer than 11.

The Numbers
Vermont held UMBC to just 49 points, its second-lowest output of the season, and just 34 percent shooting.
The Catamounts were plus-11 on the glass and had 11 second-chance points.
Lamb had 26 points on 8-of-16 shooting and added nine rebounds.
Smith scored 15 points and added eight boards.
Lamb and Smith combined for 45 of Vermont's 66 points.
Jackson led UMBC with 15 points.
Arkel Lamar (6'5''-F) had eight points and 11 rebounds.

The History
With the win, Vermont has matched Northeastern for the most championships in conference history with seven.
The seven titles have all come since 2003.
The Catamounts are the 23rd top seed to win the #AEHoops title and it's their third crown as the top seed (2005, '17).
Vermont improved to 7-6 in title games while UMBC fell to 2-2.

AEC Tournament Final:
Vermont - UMBC 66-49
AEC Tournament Semifinals:
Vermont - Binghamton 84-51
UBMC - Hartford 90-85, 2OT

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All-AEC Awards 2019 - Mar 17, 2019

All-AEC 1st Team 2019
Ernie Duncan
Anthony Lamb
JR Lynch
Joe Sherburne
Akwasi Yeboah

All-Tournament MVP: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
Player of the Year: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
Defensive Player of the Year: Jeff Otchere (6'11''-C) of Stony Brook
Rookie of the Year: Sam Sessoms (5'11''-PG-99) of Binghamton
Sixth Man of the Year: Andrew Garcia (6'5''-G/F) of Stony Brook
Coach of the Year: John Becker of Vermont

1st Team
G: Ernie Duncan (6'3''-G) of Vermont
F: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
PG: JR Lynch (5'10''-PG) of Hartford
F: Joe Sherburne (6'6''-F) of UMBC
G/F: Akwasi Yeboah (6'6''-G/F-97) of Stony Brook

2nd Team
F: George Blagojevic (6'8''-F-96) of Hartford
F: John Carroll (6'8''-F-95) of Hartford
F: Andrew Fleming (6'7''-F) of Maine
G: KJ Jackson (6'2''-G-98) of UMBC
G: Christian Lutete (6'5''-G) of Mass.-Lowell

3rd Team
G: Ahmad Clark (6'1''-G) of Albany
G: Jason Dunne (6'4''-G) of Hartford
G: Cameron Healy (6'3''-G) of Albany
G/F: Elijah Olaniyi (6'5''-G/F) of Stony Brook
PG: Sam Sessoms (5'11''-PG-99) of Binghamton

All-Defensive Team
F: Devonte Campbell (6'6''-F) of Albany
F: Samuel Dingba (6'5''-F) of Vermont
G: KJ Jackson (6'2''-G-98) of UMBC
F: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
C: Jeff Otchere (6'11''-C) of Stony Brook

All-Rookie Team
G: Robin Duncan (6'5''-G) of Vermont
G: RJ Eytle-Rock (6'3''-G) of UMBC
G: Cameron Healy (6'3''-G) of Albany
G: Miles Latimer (6'3''-G) of Stony Brook
PG: Sam Sessoms (5'11''-PG-99) of Binghamton

All-Tournament Team
F: Anthony Lamb (6'6''-F) of Vermont
G: Stefan Smith (6'1''-G-99) of Vermont
G: KJ Jackson (6'2''-G-98) of UMBC
F: Joe Sherburne (6'6''-F) of UMBC
PG: JR Lynch (5'10''-PG) of Hartford

All-Academic Team
F: George Blagojevic (6'8''-F-96) of Hartford
G: Christian Lutete (6'5''-G) of Mass.-Lowell
F: Joe Sherburne (6'6''-F) of UMBC
G: JC Show (6'3''-G-95) of Binghamton
F: Ilija Stojiljkovic (6'7''-F-95) of Maine


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