Wednesday, November 13th
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Anthony Lamb scored 15 points and grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds and Vermont beat Boston University 62-47 on Wednesday night.
It was Lamb’s second double-double in three games.
Vermont (3-0) led 30-27 at intermission and extended the margin to 40-31 on Robin Duncan’s jump shot with 14:52 left. Both teams bogged down on their respective offensive end and each failed to score in a four-minute span. Stef Smith buried a 3-pointer and Aaron Deloney quickly followed with a layup and the Catamounts led by 14.
The Terriers (1-2) never got closer than 10. Walter Whyte’s layup with 3:39 left made it 54-44.
Deloney and Robin Duncan each scored 10 points for Vermont.
Whyte led the Terriers with nine points Max Mahoney grabbed 12 rebounds.
Vermont is 3-0 for the first time in seventeen years. The Catamounts visit St. John's on Saturday.